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1.1kg maxinutrition max in store only - £3.00 @ Wilko

£3.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Came across this maxi nutrition protein 1.1kg in wilkinsons Castleford today for £3. Think it normal sells for around £15. Use by date is the end of July 2017. Maybe store specific. Bought 2 and left … Read More
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Came across this maxi nutrition protein 1.1kg in wilkinsons Castleford today for £3. Think it normal sells for around £15. Use by date is the end of July 2017. Maybe store specific. Bought 2 and left 5 on the shelf. Not the best protein but a bargain for the price.
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1 Like #1
wow, bargain, heat added
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suspended#3
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.

Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!

If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....
2 Likes #4
this is by no means my favourite but for 3 quid it's a no brainer!!!!! HEAT
1 Like #5
KareemSaid
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.
Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!
If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....
The people I have spoken to have said you don't need to use powders etc but its down to convience; eating chicken for example would be better but would you want to eat chicklen just before a workout? very good price though

Edited By: afroylnt on Apr 17, 2017 17:14
1 Like #6
My thoughts exactly.. I normally buy isolate but at this price i couldn't say no.
#7
afroylnt
KareemSaid
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.
Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!
If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....
The people I have spoken to have said you don't need to use powders etc but its down to convience; eating chicken for example would be better but would you want to eat chicklen just before a workout? very good price though


Obviously you don't lift bro and know about nutrition
#8
nokiafusion
afroylnt
KareemSaid
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.
Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!
If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....
The people I have spoken to have said you don't need to use powders etc but its down to convience; eating chicken for example would be better but would you want to eat chicklen just before a workout? very good price though
Obviously you don't lift bro and know about nutrition
I weight train but don't body build / high strength train but have spoken to a number of people who do, as I was curious about the use of powders.
1 Like #9
KareemSaid
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.
Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!
If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....

I've notice you have posted on quite a few recent weight training related deals,and each time you seem to have to make some sort of negative comment about people who are bodybuilders and their body proportions,why is that,why does it bother you so much that you feel you need to keep banging on about it ?

If these people offend you so much then why don't you go and tell them to their faces,instead of bitching about it on a forum behind their backs.
1 Like #10
Good deal OP

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1 Like #11
Overpriced still, more protein in jar of peanut butter as this is disgusting and has no real benefit.
1 Like #12
afroylnt
nokiafusion
afroylnt
KareemSaid
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.
Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!
If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....
The people I have spoken to have said you don't need to use powders etc but its down to convience; eating chicken for example would be better but would you want to eat chicklen just before a workout? very good price though
Obviously you don't lift bro and know about nutrition
I weight train but don't body build / high strength train but have spoken to a number of people who do, as I was curious about the use of powders.

Powders just allow the nutrition, mainly protein to enter your system quicker as food takes time to break down.
2 Likes #13
Nothing wrong with protein powders. If you can get all the protein your body needs through the food you eat that's great but not everyone can do that and that's where supplements come in. They can be convenient too when you're on the go and you don't have time to prepare and eat a meal.

I'd just stay away from those supplements that are full of additives, I myself have unflavoured whey from Myprotein.
#14
KareemSaid
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.

Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!

If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....


The guy that owns your gym uses steroids.
3 Likes #15
I get all my protein from KFC
#16
nokiafusion
afroylnt
KareemSaid
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.
Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!
If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....
The people I have spoken to have said you don't need to use powders etc but its down to convience; eating chicken for example would be better but would you want to eat chicklen just before a workout? very good price though
Obviously you don't lift bro and know about nutrition
Looking at your pic neither do you bro.....
#17
That's funny from a guy with a body of a woman..
#18
muhi1
Nothing wrong with protein powders. If you can get all the protein your body needs through the food you eat that's great but not everyone can do that and that's where supplements come in. They can be convenient too when you're on the go and you don't have time to prepare and eat a meal.

I'd just stay away from those supplements that are full of additives, I myself have unflavoured whey from Myprotein.


You can only absorb so much at one go, you'll load your kidneys down with too much and excrete it as expensive urine if you're not The Rock!
#19
nokiafusion
afroylnt
KareemSaid
Seems a good price but isn't this stuff just a placebo - serious question? The guy that owns my gym eats super healthy and I know he buys chicken from Musclefood in bulk.
Just says to me, train, rest, eat sensibly, sleep and give up booze. He's never mentioned any shakes or anything else - I probably don't lift enough! And he just is super strong and toned instead of an disproportionate meat head haha!
If I could do 25-35KG + the rest on the dumbbell exercises he does I'd consider myself strong....
The people I have spoken to have said you don't need to use powders etc but its down to convience; eating chicken for example would be better but would you want to eat chicklen just before a workout? very good price though


Obviously you don't lift bro and know about nutrition


Why would one eat protein before working out when you want to absorb it afterwards to repair the muscle cells you've over exerted? oO

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