bigman808 said:Yeah, I take a whey protein supplement with an occasional protein drink from GNC...those mothers have sometime 50g of protein and they actually taste good! Do you take a protein supplement? If so, how many g of protein are there in one serving?
23g per serving is pretty respectable. GNC's 100% Whey Protein has 20g but SOOOO much cholesterol, its pretty fucked up. I reccomend Myoplex but GNC is good because it also has some AA in it. Plus, it can be inexpensive, 'specially during Gold Card week, which is pretty much the only reason why I go to GNC. Bodybuilding.com is a great site for great products. Check it out, they have some pretty good prices too...wubeats said:I'm currently taking Optimum whey protein. It contains 23g of protein per serving. It's pretty inexpensive I like the results I've been getting from it.
I'm currently taking Optimum whey protein. It contains 23g of protein per serving. It's pretty inexpensive I like the results I've been getting from it.
It's a protein drink, in the little refrigerator's they have in the store . It is also on the shelves by the bars and all that. They have numerous flavors and no carbs as well as only 110 calories, which is pretty darn respectable, and add that to 40-50g of protein and a good taste, and you aren't going to find that very often...TimBo755 said:Same here, I think Optimum's product is the best i've had so far...cheapest, though I will look into this 50g gnc one you guys are ranting about..seems quite sweet as well.
Question is the 50g gnc stuff whey protein? I can't find anything on that...
You people don't seem to be getting me: It's a protein drink!!! Like gatorade!!! One bottle is no more than $3.50!! I usually have the blue rasberry flavor, its pretty good tasting compared to other protein drinks. Also, if you ever want to invest in a MRP, (meal replacement) then GNC is one of the many makers of a good priced on as well. The Mega MRP has 40g of protein per serving, and it is VERY fulfilling when it comes to appetite. I prefer the MRP bars, because they're great if I'm on the run and don't have time to make a shake. Just some friendly advice...AncientChina said:Last time I went the 50g was $31 dollars and I think it was 6 dollar off day, I just went for the 20g stuff that was $20 bucks but I really want to move up to the 50g now, despite the price. I am having a hard time finding a great alternatives whey protein drink at www.bodybuilding.com, that matches the GNC one, if anyone does can they please post the link.
Oh.... My bad bro, sorry bout that. I haven't visited allthewhey.com but I might have to, sooner or later. I just buy the drinks from GNC because I don't really like to wait for shit to ship and all that, when I can just get in the car and drive five miles and not pay for S&H, just tax...AncientChina said:No, I get you. I just wasn't replying to your post.
iwant8inches said:My vote was for NO2 by MRI. You need to do waht Bryd's book says though. If you get it at GNC they will have abook for it telling you everything you need to know about NO2 and other things like nutrition and workout sessions.
You have to stack this with something else like creatine for instance to get it's real benefits. Protein is best in my opinion mainly because I break out from creatine, but really NO2 is about as good as it gets in terms of giving results. You just have to do what the book you get with it says.