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Maxinutrition cyclone £24.99 @ Maxishop

£24.99 @ MaxiNutrition shop (maximuscle,maxitone,MaxiRAW)
maxi muscle cyclone 1.32kg for 24.99 down from £33 off eBay. don't forget top cash back for additional £10 off your purchase and 7 or 10% cash back. I bought £99 worth and paid £89 + £16 coming …
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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
maxi muscle cyclone 1.32kg for 24.99 down from £33 off eBay.

don't forget top cash back for additional £10 off your purchase and 7 or 10% cash back.

I bought £99 worth and paid £89 + £16 coming to me in cash back

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#1
enjoy the deal
#2
higher cash back rates from quidco

18% for 65£ plus of purchases
1 Like #3
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Ashamuk
higher cash back rates from quidco

18% for 65£ plus of purchases


A couple of Maximuscle flapjacks should hit the £65 mark ;)
#4
what does this shake actually do for you? and what can you gain from it?

thanks
#5
STi_prodrive
what does this shake actually do for you? and what can you gain from it?

thanks

It gives you protein for muscle repair after INTENSIVE exercise and kidney damage from inappropriately supplementing with creatine at the wrong time which will make you retain water and make you believe its working real well and you are a professional bodybuilder. If you take this supplement make sure you cycle it 8 weeks on 4 weeks off and do not take if you are a drinker, on strong meds or have kidney or liver problems.

Its really a retarded way to take protein and creatine at the same time with some multivitimins and fats thrown in, in cheap to manufacture and easy (lazy) to consume powder form.

Train Hard, Eat Well, Sleep well (supplement little)

Edited By: TimmyTripping on Dec 28, 2014 02:05
#6
Brrrrrr that's pricey
banned#7
Trained for years on this stuff, last year stopped taking any supplements and have seen no difference save your money
#8
TimmyTripping

Its really a retarded way to take protein and creatine at the same time with some multivitimins and fats thrown in, in cheap to manufacture and easy (lazy) to consume powder form.
Train Hard, Eat Well, Sleep well (supplement little)


^^

This really!

Get a decent whey protein - I use MP at around £9 per kilo & add 5g creatine mono ed if you want creatine too.

Protein shakes are not miracle dust - it's just food (to supplement an already decent diet)
#9
STi_prodrive
what does this shake actually do for you? and what can you gain from it?

thanks


To answer your question it does absolutely nothing. Research after research in labs shows protein shake does absolutely nothing. Research has shown that the top most body builder are totally fine with an egg each day! The ppl marketing these useless stuff uses technical and medical sweet terms to sell these stuff. I've been body building for 4 years and don't consume these things. As long as you eat well, the essential amino acid needed for muscle hypertrophy comes from your food already.
Creatine is the only supplement worth taking.
#10
BritishDragon
TimmyTripping

Its really a retarded way to take protein and creatine at the same time with some multivitimins and fats thrown in, in cheap to manufacture and easy (lazy) to consume powder form.
Train Hard, Eat Well, Sleep well (supplement little)


^^

This really!

Get a decent whey protein - I use MP at around £9 per kilo & add 5g creatine mono ed if you want creatine too.

Protein shakes are not miracle dust - it's just food (to supplement an already decent diet)


As long as you eat descent food you don't need protein shake at all.
1 Like #11
Still expensive at 25 quid... you're paying for a name :(
#12
Oh and at 50% or something daft protein content... XD
#13
Maxi supps are bad only people who does cannot understend nutrition buy them - 30% sugar "lean gains" lol nice joke
#14
each to their own...
every body reacts differently to supplements, so good luck to those who use supplements.
#15
oqey

As long as you eat descent food you don't need protein shake at all.

You don't need it no, but it's convienient as part of your overall diet

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