Pwrtek Define Whey Protein 2kg tub Bargain £17.95 (free del) @ Discount Supplements 10% quidco also - HotUKDeals
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As the title says £17.95 for a 2kg tub of protein is a bargain these days plus its got decent reviews and i can honestly say the strawberry is nice, not the best ive had compared to reflex and phd but times are hard for me at the moment so for the price its a steal! free delivery and fast dispatch also.
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#1
Great company. Always delivered quickly and products great prices.
This is about as cheap as protein gets & has great reviews.
#2
great deal.
now comes all the skinny computers nerds flaming gym heads.
#3
not so sure about the sex tag
#4
The chocolate tastes awful - I bought some from Asda last week and no one in my family will drink it!
#5
djdaface
not so sure about the sex tag


haha lol
#6
Great price for 2kg of protein with decent reviews.

No doubt the Myprotein fan club will arrive shortly to tell everyone that they should buy from there whilst failing to realise that delivery costs do come into play with Myprotein, they wanted to charge me £6.95 to deliver 1kg :x.
#7
Thanks, ordered a couple for my son.
10% Quidco available, brings it down to less than £8 per Kg.
#8
Thanks! Ordered, Heat added! :thumbsup:
#9
OrigamiNinja
Great price for 2kg of protein with decent reviews.

No doubt the Myprotein fan club will arrive shortly to tell everyone that they should buy from there whilst failing to realise that delivery costs do come into play with Myprotein, they wanted to charge me £6.95 to deliver 1kg :x.


£3.95 standard postage via DHL
#10
though i dont like any protein other thn Optimum Gold standard which gives 24g protein / serving yet this one looks good to me as it has got 28g/serving which is perfect for this price. No details available about BCAA profile which can probably be ignored for this price.
#11
Great

H+R
#12
For optimal results we recommend that you take DEFINE 2 – 4 times a day but essentially before and after exercise.

Wowser....no-one needs that much protein.
#13
havnt got a clue about supplements, i do weights four times a week leading up to a evening of judo and after judo ache for two days. would supplements help my recovery? if so what would any knowledgeable hotukdealers recommend?
#14
Judosteffer
havnt got a clue about supplements, i do weights four times a week leading up to a evening of judo and after judo ache for two days. would supplements help my recovery? if so what would any knowledgeable hotukdealers recommend?


Creatine
#15
patience_1
The chocolate tastes awful - I bought some from Asda last week and no one in my family will drink it!


Its not a milkshake for all the family its a protein powder for body bulders!!
#16
Judosteffer
havnt got a clue about supplements, i do weights four times a week leading up to a evening of judo and after judo ache for two days. would supplements help my recovery? if so what would any knowledgeable hotukdealers recommend?


I would also appreciate some advice from anybody who has used protein too, I have read about protein from the suppliers and it mentions that it helps you lose fat as well as build muscle.

Is this true, I have a reasonably well defined upper body but the tummy fat is taking some shifting. It is going slowly but I wondered if taking protein would give bigger upper body muscles and also help shift the tummy fat quicker.

I go the gym on average 4 times per week
#17
Would you have this whey protein before a workout, then one of those recovery drinks after a workout? Or will just whey protein do both before and after?
#18
Judosteffer
havnt got a clue about supplements, i do weights four times a week leading up to a evening of judo and after judo ache for two days. would supplements help my recovery? if so what would any knowledgeable hotukdealers recommend?


I'd recommend less heavy weights and more speed work or high reps, sounds like your body is struggling. Judo will be using a lot of fast twitch muscle convinces your body to repair these, lifting heavy weights is done in a slow steady manner to avoid joint shock, great for looking big but will slow you down.

I'd ditch a weights session and pickup some skipping with a weighted rope or running with weights on your ankles and wrists.

more to topic....depening on your diet yes this may improve recovery time, depends if your getting enough protein in your daily diet
#19
Fantastic deal!
I have been looking for a product to bulk up back to my former size
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#20
If your going to the gym 4 times a week, then u should def do a suipplement but u do need to be a bit careful with diet. Protein will repair and build muscle and help recovery . If u did a shake for say a month and was was pretty careful with your diet, u will notice a difference in terms of definition. Depending on wot type of body u have can determine how many times a day u should do a shake as i have found they can make u look bloated. Im of average build with some upper muscle and i found 3 shakes a day to much so im now doing 1 on normal days abd 2 on training days. Im no expert but have tried a few shakes but i can definetaly say u should do a shake if going to the gym 3 or more times a week.
#21
cralittlewood
I would also appreciate some advice from anybody who has used protein too, I have read about protein from the suppliers and it mentions that it helps you lose fat as well as build muscle.

Is this true, I have a reasonably well defined upper body but the tummy fat is taking some shifting. It is going slowly but I wondered if taking protein would give bigger upper body muscles and also help shift the tummy fat quicker.

I go the gym on average 4 times per week


Protein allows you to manage your diet more effectively, but taking it will not help you tone up. I suggest you research the difference between bulking and cutting, as it is very difficult to tone and add muscle at the same time.

To lose the fat around your tummy you have to reduce your entire bodies fat percentage. Unfortunately that means burning more calories then you consume in most cases, this is where the protein comes in.
#22
Good ol creatine ..It has side effects ....:whistling:
#23
not tried this stuff, but remember 10% tcb!!! got a tenner (in theory) discounted from my order yesterday. On a side note if you are looking for an excellent Protein Blend i would reccomend any flavour of Boditronics Express Whey. All of the Boditronics products taste really good, easily drinkable and mix well in a blender. The Express whey has the added benefit of micellar casein(great while your sleeping) so is a great all rounder! Voted HOT
#24
damn sold out now jus missed it
#25
mat297
Boditronics Express Whey. All of the Boditronics products taste really good, easily drinkable and mix well in a blender.


Agreed. Bodytronics products are first rate. I'm a fitness instructor and they're certainly what a lot of the bodybuilders at my gym use.
#26
cralittlewood
I would also appreciate some advice from anybody who has used protein too, I have read about protein from the suppliers and it mentions that it helps you lose fat as well as build muscle.

Is this true, I have a reasonably well defined upper body but the tummy fat is taking some shifting. It is going slowly but I wondered if taking protein would give bigger upper body muscles and also help shift the tummy fat quicker.

I go the gym on average 4 times per week


You got 2 options
Bulk - increase the calories you take in and keep working untill you increase your lean mass
Cut - Really decrease the calories you take in for a while whilst increasing protein so you decrease the amount of lean mass lost
You need to understand that protein doesn't do it all on it's own though, protein helps protect muscle when you want to burn fat, protein breaks down into amino acids, keeping yourself in the +ve will increase your lean muscle, but if you stick on whatever amount of calories you eat per day then nothing noticable will happen.
#27
on the bodytronics whey, i am yet to try it but hear great things about it.

Can anyone tell me the absolute cheapest place to get hold of it? (im currently on nutrisport 90+ banana from discountsupps which is good)
#28
I am about to start an exercise plan called the p90x.. is this what i need to make the most out of my exercises
#29
cralittlewood
I would also appreciate some advice from anybody who has used protein too, I have read about protein from the suppliers and it mentions that it helps you lose fat as well as build muscle.

Is this true, I have a reasonably well defined upper body but the tummy fat is taking some shifting. It is going slowly but I wondered if taking protein would give bigger upper body muscles and also help shift the tummy fat quicker.

I go the gym on average 4 times per week


protein isnt some magic supplement that will get rid of fat. included in a well structured nutrition plan it will help, many would argue the way in which protein fills you up more, and the fact that it is almost impossible that your body would turn it into fat and store it.
At the end of the day, watch your macronutirents and introduce some cardio, i would recommend HIIT (high intensity interval training) as it burns the most energy in the least amount of time, and along with progressive regular weight training you will build muscle and shift some of the fat. Although it is wise to be focuses on specifically one goal or the other at any given time, i.e. be either more focused on gaining muscle, or losing fat.

stiltsky
on the bodytronics whey, i am yet to try it but hear great things about it.

Can anyone tell me the absolute cheapest place to get hold of it? (im currently on nutrisport 90+ banana from discountsupps which is good)

The nutrisport stuff is rubbish tbh, mate. if you are spending your hard earned money on whey protein supplements you want to consider where the protein is sourced from and what exactly you are getting. the 90+ is mainly denatured whey and casein, i would recommend Optimum nutrition gold standard whey as someone else suggested in this thread, Optimum Nutrition is owned by glanbia, the largest cheese manufacturers in the world, who are in fact the company that supply a lot of the other protein companies with their protein, (including myprotein), except the Optimum Nutrition use the top quality whey with a full amino acid profile. it is consitently named the number one supplement on bodybuilding.com and if i remember correctly you can pick up about 4.5kg for under £70 if you look around.

and i have nothing to do with optimum nutrition i am just trying to give fair advice about buying whey protein, and not get ripped off by the companies who put the cheapest rubbish in a tub and call it protein.
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peteh123

At the end of the day, watch your macronutirents and introduce some cardio, i would recommend HIIT (high intensity interval training) as it burns the most energy in the least amount of time, and along with progressive regular weight training you will build muscle and shift some of the fat.


Spot on. You need to get a good mixed programme of weights though. Sometimes heavy stuff/low reps to build strength, and sometimes lighter/more reps for endurance. Do different excercises so that your body never gets used to one thing.

Circuits for a couple of weeks, then some bodybuilding stuff (Big weights to exhaustion) then some specific muscle groups on other weeks. (Only train smaller muscles like bisceps once per week though)

Always chuck in some abs excercises like leg raises, crunches, reverse crunches, sit ups. You can work your abs every day without a problem.

Crunches combined with losing body fat will get you a six-pack, but you've really got to work at it. No sneaky cakes and choccy.
#31
spenspuma
Creatine


I have no idea, where you got your knowledge from but its all wrong. Creatine is for resistance performance boosting. it helps the recovery rate between each sets.

You need the following recovery after a training, (especially if you train 3 more times a week)

1.) Protein (25 - 30grams for medium size) - Straight after training
2.) Simple carbs eg. Banana (only after training)
3.) Complex carbs with protein (Wholemeal etc with chicken/fish etc)
4.) Sleep at least 8 hours
5.) A lot more water then you normally take (check google for water intake level)
If you training heavily on resistance work out, then you will need 100 grams of protein per day. (based on 4 days a week training)
6.) Don't train same "Primary muscle" within 5 days

its that simple.

btw the best protein shake imo is this one:

http://www.cheapuksupplements.com/shop/product.php/2/elite_whey

I tend to get 8 at once, works out £25 for 2.27kg of protein. And also this is protien Isolate, meaning it has nothing but quality protein. No other garbage.

But if you still want to get the one showen on the listing, you can get it exactly the same price on eBay.

Good Luck
#32
peteh123
Optimum Nutrition is owned by glanbia, the largest cheese manufacturers in the world, who are in fact the company that supply a lot of the other protein companies with their protein, (including myprotein), except the Optimum Nutrition use the top quality whey with a full amino acid profile. it is consitently named the number one supplement on bodybuilding.com and if i remember correctly you can pick up about 4.5kg for under £70 if you look around.


Optimum Nutrition supplies Holland & Barrett and GNC on the High Street with their "own brand" protein. Not sure it is worse than ON's own range as the packaging is almost identical, so it looks like a relabelling exercise.
#33
Would this make me look like this and if so how long would it take? Would I have to do weights?
http://www.millerparkdrunk.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/muscle_building_steroids4.jpg
#34
leedale30
Would this make me look like this and if so how long would it take? Would I have to do weights?
http://www.millerparkdrunk.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/muscle_building_steroids4.jpg


You need to be black to start with.
#35
patience_1:
The chocolate tastes awful - I bought some from Asda last week and no one in my family will drink it!
Its not a milkshake for all the family its a protein powder for body bulders!!
I know what it is. Perhaps I should have said for my family of husband and 2 body-builder sons!
#36
londislagerhound
You need to be black to start with.


racist :?
#37
leedale30
Would this make me look like this and if so how long would it take? Would I have to do weights?
http://www.millerparkdrunk.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/muscle_building_steroids4.jpg


That cannot be a real picture.
#38
can anyone recommend me a cheap shake? I want to cut. My diet is good, my exercise is getting better, just need to vary it a bit more and do this high intensity training thing.

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