all i ever got was chololate and then i got the banana from my friend it is good no joke buck up little cowboyOriginally Posted by miniduck
Champion Nutrition whey protein tastes amazing and has decent nutrition facts too. One thing I dislike is the 1.5 g of saturated fat in each scoop and also a higher sodium content than optimum nutrition. CN's vanilla is also the only kind that has 26 g of protein per serving, every other is around 23 (CN also has larger servings). The one benefit CN has over ON is the amount of leucine per serving, but overall Optimum is better IMO.
Is says on the back of the GlycerglowOriginally Posted by CWUTrainer
Serving size 3 scoops
Servings per container 132 (think)
It has alot of warning signs on it too...
But i mix the glycerglow (4 scoops) with a scoop of HPCL creatine (5grams)
in a 33oz jug of purified water, shake it for 10mins
then drink bout 2-3oz before i work out then, sip the rest thru the workout.
Warnings: Consuming this product on a completely empty stomach may cause nausea. Consuming this product while on a liquid diet may cause diarrhea. Consuming this product without a sufficient water intake may cause dehydration. This product has been banned by various sporting organizations, including the NCAA. You should not take this product if you have any prior medical condition, including diabetes or high blood pressure. Consult your doctor before using this product.
Originally Posted by CWUTrainer
Cell Shock is a comprehensive blend of essential post workout nutrients designed to engorge your muscles with critical nutrients during the “window of opportunity.” This proprietary formula utilizes glucose crystals, one of the fastest absorbing carbohydrates on the planet and the only thing your brain can use for fuel, to instantly replenish your muscles’ glycogen levels and cause a powerful surge of insulin! Combine this with 4 grams of Creatine Ethyl Ester Malate HCL, 5 grams of Glutamine, and 1 gram of Di-Arginine Malate and you have the ultimate cell volumizing recovery product for any individual, no matter what their goals.
CWUTrainer: I''ve been training 9 months now, lost a shed load of weight, but I can't seem to get below 225lbs. I currently train on a 3 day split with cardio inbetween. Supps are 4 scoops of whey (post-workout shake with skimmed milk and water and one before bed, same mix), a multivit and 5-6 cups of Green Tea a day.
Diet is very little fat, 80-100g of good carbs a day (sometimes less) and around 200-225g of protein a day through 3 main meals and 3 "in-betweens" (usually just chicken, ham, fish etc). The thing is my weight is kind of stubborn at around the 225lb mark. I know my waist is getting smaller, but I just can't seem to shift b/f from around the side of my pecs. chatting to Tweak on MSN, he recommended that I take in around 50g more of protein a day. If this is true, would I benefit from taking Aminos in pill or liquid form throughout the day? If so, can you recommend anything?