Shill me the protein powder that you use. I'm currently using some stuff I bought at Walmart, wondering if I should switch, or if it really makes any difference.
Anyone here in Ausfailia try bulk nutrients protein? Is it any good?
Nigga, just eat more food. It's not hard. If you really want it. Just get some oatmeal and pour some protein on it. That bulking shit is just protein and sugar anyway.
Yeah I buy from bulknutrients. It's good and they have a lot of other stuff to get it all done in one order. Also if you want more than 1kg, you can mix and match flavours because they're all 1kg bags.
No complaints. Flavours are okay. Quality is good. Delivery is fast.
I get WPI not WPC, but on top of that I use Creatine Monohydrate and L-Glutamine. In my last order I added some Beta Alanine and L-Taurine for a pre-workout, but your Creatine is definitely the most important. Give them all a good Googling though and see if they're right for you.
Cheers for answering. Thinking of getting the stack with 5kg wpi, creatine and that bcaa stuff. I still no nothing about those other amino acids. Also How much creatine do you down a day and when do you take it?
BCAA is fairly redundant if you're taking protein, since protein is already BCAA's and gets broken down into them once you consume it.
I do about 10g of creatine a day, some say do it before workout, some say after, but the fact is it builds up in your body and isn't immediately "spent" per se, so as long as you're consistent with actually taking it, timing's not so important.
Dymatize Iso 100 (chocolate of course, vanillafags gtfo) with 5 mg of generic creatine. Of course I'm on a cut so protein powder is a necessity- eating your protein is ideal.
INB4 wah I hate the taste of tuna/chicken/oats
I would make slightly less right now, and significantly less in ten years compared to if I was in Ausland, and your cost of living is much higher. Stay poor Auscucks.
I used to buy a local brand you wouldn't know (I'm not in USA) and just ordered first time from my protein.
Just buy whatever fills the following criteria:
1) enough BCAAs, especially leucine. All other AAs dont matter so much and can either be made from your body or be found in abundance in other cheap foods like legumes.
2) tastes and mixes good enough
3) is cheap enough. More expensive ≠ better. It's all advertising and maybe the expensive one will be "fortified" with some useless vitamin but that's it.
>unironically implying that there are cheaper lean protein alternatives even counting in low fat dairy and meat
Not my fault you buy overpriced brands just because they have Arnold's tits pasted on the tub
I've been through a bunch but BodyFortress back when I was just starting out was still one of the better tasting ones with pretty good stats on it, and dirt cheap. That's a brand I see at a lot of stores.
A bit too high in carbs for a cut, but good otherwise. Supplement whatever it may be missing.