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Impact Whey Protein Review

Impact Whey protein from Myprotein is one of the most recognized high quality whey protein concentrate supplement across Europe and now taking the US protein supplement market by storm. The company has become very popular over the years, selling all kinds of supplements and nutritional products. They don’t sell their products in stores, only available […]

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Should I Take Creatine For Building Muscle?

Have you ever asked yourself “should I take creatine?” Apart from protein shakes, Creatine — pronounced cree-ate-een, in case you didn’t know! — is quite probably the world’s most used supplement. But despite it being widely available, there’s still loads of confusion surrounding the stuff. How long should you take it for? WHEN should you […]

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Top Whey Protein Powders For Maintaining and Increasing Lean Muscle Mass

Top-Whey-Protein-Powders-For-Maintaining-and-Increasing-Lean-Muscle-MassWhat are the top whey protein powders for maintaining and increasing lean muscle mass?

It can be difficult to decide which one to choose.

I’ve tried lots of supplements myself, so I have a fair idea which ones gave me the best results and which ones didn’t.

Before I tell you what my favorite protein powders are, I just want to share a funny story about a friend of mine.

Not too long ago a mate of mine went out and bought himself a 10LBS bag of Gold Standard Whey Protein.

His philosophy was only to spend one day lifting weights and for the rest of the week drink protein shakes every day.

He thought he could still gain muscle as long as he drank protein shakes every day.

It was hard not to laugh at him, and when I told him he needs to lift weights more than one day a week in order to build lean muscle, he wouldn’t listen.

It’s funny to think, but there are guys out there that make this mistake.

Protein is an essential building block in the body that will assist you in gaining muscle, but of course, you need to put in the work at the gym.

I try to drink at least 2-3 protein shakes each day along with my meals because I lift weights 4-5 days a week and enough protein to maintain and help promote muscle gains.

In total, I get 50g of protein and 30g carbs per meal. I never bothered counting calories. No need to. I’m not competing in any competitions, but when I do then It makes more sense to count calories to help reach a specific body fat percentage.

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