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"Doing more exercise with less intensity,"
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of weight training. Something
must be done . . . and quickly."
The New Bodybuilding for
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MUCH of that "something."

 

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Drew Baye

Florida, USA

Orange Accelerade and strawberry-flavored protein powder mixed together in warm water tastes like vomit. I want to puke, and I haven't even worked out yet.
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Robert Francis

New York, USA

Tastes like the last 2 reps of a Dr. Ken workout.

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Drew, next time you should make a deluxe edition with ground sausage.
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Tougher

Alberta, CAN

Plain vanilla powder in warm water - I've had to force it down a couple of times - it is not user friendly.
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ZEZ

As far as the taste of protein powders go, this is my favorite. Feel free to put in a couple of drops of mint extract to give it alittle kick.

http://www.prosource.net/...d/6477-1/17264/

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HamsFitness

you use protein powder?

Wow - just send me the money instead and I will give you my "magic formula" :)
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medici

Spain

Costco used to carry Wellements mix of whey isolate, albumin, and casein - six pounds for twenty-five dollars. Some corporate buyer unfamiliar with proteins switched them over to EAS's whey concentrate and soy formula last year. Yuk and yikes. Local stores sell the Wellements at two pounds for thirty-five dollars, a steep increase.

Good news is that Wellements (www.wellements.com) has preserved the Costco mix and cost, albeit it now five dollars additional due to the recent increase in wholesale cost of whey. Comes as a chocolate or a vanilla flavor, readily dissolves, very good tasting - 27 grams per scoop.

Hope this is of assistance to someone!
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mentzerfan

When I'm training I use something called water. It's an easy drinker,doesn't taste of much and hits that thirst problem like nothing else! I'm thinking of marketing it so look out for that new muscle supplement. Drink water, it's great!
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Yes

Tacitus wrote:
When I'm training I use something called water. It's an easy drinker,doesn't taste of much and hits that thirst problem like nothing else! I'm thinking of marketing it so look out for that new muscle supplement. Drink water, it's great!



Just don't call it water, that won't sell. You should name it something like Ionized Anabolic Surge. Put a pinch of salt in it and you can claim it gives superior hydration of the muscles, then just add a bit of lemon to give it a good taste.

Don't forget to thank me when you get rich. :-D
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medici

Spain

Tacitus wrote:
When I'm training I use something called water. It's an easy drinker,doesn't taste of much and hits that thirst problem like nothing else! I'm thinking of marketing it so look out for that new muscle supplement. Drink water, it's great!


I used water for decades. Upon doing a lengthy interview for Iron Man Magazine (July 2005), I learned of his nearly thirty years research in Nutrient Timing. A switch was in order, one I've never regretted since that method does much for staving off the catabolic wolves while training and catalyzes recovering post-workout.
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robinn3403

ZEZ wrote:
As far as the taste of protein powders go, this is my favorite. Feel free to put in a couple of drops of mint extract to give it alittle kick.

http://www.prosource.net/...d/6477-1/17264/



Have you guy's tried BSN'S Syntha-6? Chocolate or Vanilla.
It's as if you went to your local Baskin-Robbins for a 'real' shake!
I have found a better tasting protein product at all.
Gitsome!
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robinn3403

robinn3403 wrote:
ZEZ wrote:
As far as the taste of protein powders go, this is my favorite. Feel free to put in a couple of drops of mint extract to give it alittle kick.

http://www.prosource.net/...d/6477-1/17264/



Have you guy's tried BSN'S Syntha-6? Chocolate or Vanilla.
It's as if you went to your local Baskin-Robbins for a 'real' shake!
I have found a better tasting protein product at all.
Gitsome!


That's 'I have NOT found a better tasting protein product at all'
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HamsFitness

kayo wrote:

I used water for decades. Upon doing a lengthy interview for Iron Man Magazine (July 2005), I learned of his nearly thirty years research in Nutrient Timing. A switch was in order, one I've never regretted since that method does much for staving off the catabolic wolves while training and catalyzes recovering post-workout.


?? Expand?

Timing of my food has never had any different effect on my physique.
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barrage

Hawaii, USA

Tacitus wrote:
When I'm training I use something called water. It's an easy drinker,doesn't taste of much and hits that thirst problem like nothing else! I'm thinking of marketing it so look out for that new muscle supplement. Drink water, it's great!


no - it should be dehydrated water - "just add water" and mix



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