Athletes Resource Calculator

The Athletes Resource Calculator (A.R.C.) is an ‘industry first’ utility, developed in collaboration with our coaches and nutritionists. Our goal is to provide customers with a tool that customizes their supplement intake, and ensure they are using science to their advantage. We are tired of seeing the suggested “take one scoop.” As a company, we strive to be better than that. The Athletes Resource Calculator and the A.R.C Compatible Scoops provided in our products, ensure you get exactly what you need, based upon your fitness goals.


Train Hard. Supplement Well.

-TM Quantified Nutrition

The numbers provided by Quantified Nutrition are Suggested Use only* See below for details of use.

PreWorkout IntraWorkout PostWorkout
BCAA _ _ _
Total Calories _ _ _

*Consume your intraworkout Caloric requirements every 45 Min

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Always consult your Physician or Registered Dietician before implementing any dietary changes.

To better utilize the A.R.C., Quantified Nutrition has provided some definitions below to facilitate use of the calculator. All suggestions are for optimal performance and recovery, and do not take into consideration specialty diets.

Classic strength and power training. Also applies to circuit and low to moderate intensity functional strength training.

Focuses on endurance training greater than 30 minutes and generally steady in state.

Applies to sports competition and practice, where movement is rapid and relatively continuous.

Focused on High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and Metabolic Conditioning where the damage to muscles cells is greater than that of Steady State Endurance training.

When the workout goal is to facilitate a reduction in body fat.

Designed for optimal muscle growth.

To facilitate exercise designed for faster recovery and prepare for your next workout.

How hard you feel your workout was or will be on a scale of 1-10, 10 being extremely difficult.