5Kg Impact Whey Protein Flavoured or Unflavoured £29.99 / £31.98 Delivered / Protein muffins on 2 for 1 @ My Protein (Using code / Free del on £50+ Spends)
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5Kg Impact Whey Protein Flavoured or Unflavoured £29.99 / £31.98 Delivered / Protein muffins on 2 for 1 @ My Protein (Using code / Free del on £50+ Spends)

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Found 19th Feb 2016
Update - Back using code IPW5KG (Thanks cubz1)

This is a cracking price for a 5KG bag, works out the same price for flavoured or unflavoured. If you missed out on the last 5KG deal, now's the time to grab some.

The most recent deal close to this was
5kg Impact Unflavoured whey - £34.74 Delivered
5kg Impact flavoured whey - £42.02 Delivered

So this works out much better.

Also there's 2 for 1 on protein muffins at £4.50 (See first comment for link) Doesn't seem to stack with this offer though. Use code - MUFFINS50
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Whats the code?
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Teqnophile

Whats the code?


It in the OP

Code IWP5KG

Bought 2. 1% charge on PayPal transactions.
if you spend £40 you can add a barrel bag myprotein.com/pro…tml for no cost and no code so it won't change your deal. They're available in 4 colours
Edited by: "notos" 19th Feb 2016
NeoTrix

It in the OP :)Code IWP5KG



lol just saw it

thanx
It's about to get very HOT in here!
My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything!

You're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.

* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...

Always had good service from My Protein

robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...



At the end of the day protein is protein, and you need it to build / maintain muscle. Sure you can change your diet a bit, but not everyone wants to eat an extra can or two of tuna every day, and when you consider that it'll be about 60p cheaper per serving of protein with this, it starts to make sense to me.
robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...


Protein shakes should be at least somewhat beneficial and I'm sure there's evidence to suggest this, the more expensive brands aren't any more beneficial though and I tend to use the cheapest I can find (usually Matrix). Enough protein can be obtained from your diet and ill agree with that, it should always be your first priority to obtain your carbs and protein from solid food, however I believe these are good to supplement a little extra after a meal and before/after the gym. I always eat before and after, but I follow it down with a shake when I cant possibly eat more, I could of course be wrong but ill gladly stop if you have any hard evidence.
A friend of mine competes in bodybuilding professionally and swears by them, he also eats 5-6 meals a day and hits his protein and carbs through solid foods. I can see why there's so much debate as its very hard to prove he wouldn't have had results without the shakes.
Anyone tried these? What are they like taste wise? I've had a few brands that are quite powdery, I tend to use vanilla or unflavored anyway and sometimes use it for cooking.
Edit: The usual brand I use, from experience this brand definitely works as well as any of the more expensive options and may even be cheaper than this (not sure on P+P) Whether it actually works is up for debate as Robertoegg mentioned, but for anyone who is going to supplement extra protein I would recommend for taste and value:
Matrix

Edited by: "Meredith2k5" 19th Feb 2016
myprotein whey is not the most pleasant. Good price though
The chocolate brownie one is like ben and jerries brownie ice cream! Strawberry cream is nice but quite foamy and needs to settle
taki100

myprotein whey is not the most pleasant. Good price though



It's for a protein shake, not a gourmet meal!
robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...



For your own sake please just keep quiet, to save yourself from sounding so stupid.
DUNOEboutTENG

For your own sake please just keep quiet, to save yourself from sounding … For your own sake please just keep quiet, to save yourself from sounding so stupid.


Yeah I don't get why there wasn't ever a tub laying around in Renaissance art.
Meredith2k5

Protein shakes should be at least somewhat beneficial and I'm sure … Protein shakes should be at least somewhat beneficial and I'm sure there's evidence to suggest this, the more expensive brands aren't any more beneficial though and I tend to use the cheapest I can find (usually Matrix). Enough protein can be obtained from your diet and ill agree with that, it should always be your first priority to obtain your carbs and protein from solid food, however I believe these are good to supplement a little extra after a meal and before/after the gym. I always eat before and after, but I follow it down with a shake when I cant possibly eat more, I could of course be wrong but ill gladly stop if you have any hard evidence.A friend of mine competes in bodybuilding professionally and swears by them, he also eats 5-6 meals a day and hits his protein and carbs through solid foods. I can see why there's so much debate as its very hard to prove he wouldn't have had results without the shakes.Anyone tried these? What are they like taste wise? I've had a few brands that are quite powdery, I tend to use vanilla or unflavored anyway and sometimes use it for cooking.Edit: The usual brand I use, from experience this brand definitely works as well as any of the more expensive options and may even be cheaper than this (not sure on P+P) Whether it actually works is up for debate as Robertoegg mentioned, but for anyone who is going to supplement extra protein I would recommend for taste and value:Matrix



Mixed with milk they're a bit nicer, but even just water I rate them highly. Compared to the maximuscle I did use I definitely think they mix better plus I prefer the taste, and its cheaper than most brands! Win-win!
Of course its a protein shake so is there ever gonna be one that tastes great? They're for function after all, not taste
deadleg22

Yeah I don't get why there wasn't ever a tub laying around in Renaissance … Yeah I don't get why there wasn't ever a tub laying around in Renaissance art.


I have no idea what that comment even means X)

An industry triumph ! Selling a waste food product

robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...



Correct............. youtube.com/wat…gnk
robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...



£1000 says your massively overweight or 8 stone ringing wet.

Why's it always the not lifters who think you can get huge on 1200 calories who post this dribble.
8% Topcashback on orders under £49.99
matman050988

£1000 says your massively overweight or 8 stone ringing wet.Why's it … £1000 says your massively overweight or 8 stone ringing wet.Why's it always the not lifters who think you can get huge on 1200 calories who post this dribble.



rationalwiki.org/wik…nce
robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...



Maybe I want expensive pee
Good deal been using this myself for £34.99 and recomend it 39.2 grams of protein per serving

supplementcentre.com/buy…054
Edited by: "kaiser051" 19th Feb 2016
matman050988

£1000 says your massively overweight or 8 stone ringing wet.Why's it … £1000 says your massively overweight or 8 stone ringing wet.Why's it always the not lifters who think you can get huge on 1200 calories who post this dribble.



Here ya go, bodybuilding.com/fun…htm
robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...


Tis true, wise words you speak
Cheers OP! Absolute bargain.

I can personally vouch for the Salted Caramel flavour (gone for the same again). Last time I bought 2.5kg for almost the same price, so this is a fantastic deal.

Works out at 16p per scoop, which is extremely cheap.

I have mine each morning. I put a 25g scoop, 120g of oats, and full fat milk into the shaker (without the grille) and it tastes fantastic. Wait for the oats to soak up the milk and the protein powder (any time from an hour later) and it's ideal.
Edited by: "PulseTurbo" 19th Feb 2016
kaiser051

Good deal been using this myself for £34.99 and recomend it 39.2 grams of … Good deal been using this myself for £34.99 and recomend it 39.2 grams of protein per servinghttp://www.supplementcentre.com/buy.cfm/whey-protein/matrix-anabolic-protein-powder-5kg/78/yes/76054



Matrix is nasty, it's just a whole lot of soy protein spiked with aminos and a little bit of whey.
robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...



​Totally agree. Study after study has shown that no one needs this rubbish. Obviously you need proteins to build muscle, but we all consume far to much of it in our diets already. This is just money down the toilet. Now how on earth is that a hot deal??
evostick47

​Totally agree. Study after study has shown that no one needs this r … ​Totally agree. Study after study has shown that no one needs this rubbish. Obviously you need proteins to build muscle, but we all consume far to much of it in our diets already. This is just money down the toilet. Now how on earth is that a hot deal??



Do we? How do you know the diet of everyone buying this?
evostick47

​Totally agree. Study after study has shown that no one needs this r … ​Totally agree. Study after study has shown that no one needs this rubbish. Obviously you need proteins to build muscle, but we all consume far to much of it in our diets already. This is just money down the toilet. Now how on earth is that a hot deal??



Not everyone has too much protein, so this is a good deal for me. Thanks op!
rev6

Do we? How do you know the diet of everyone buying this?



​Obviously in general. Most people do, it's our modern life style. Protein rich foods are easily accessible and cheaper than ever. For the average person going to the gym a few times a week they just don't need this. It's not an opinion it's a proven fact. But hey, waste your money if you like, I really don't care.
evostick47

​Obviously in general. Most people do, it's our modern life style. P … ​Obviously in general. Most people do, it's our modern life style. Protein rich foods are easily accessible and cheaper than ever. For the average person going to the gym a few times a week they just don't need this. It's not an opinion it's a proven fact. But hey, waste your money if you like, I really don't care.



Clearly you do care lol...
hello neotrix, firsr of all thank you so much, and secondly where was this code originally posted? was it sent out in an email? thanks a lot!
robertoegg

My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does … My favourite threads; people buying this stuff and thinking it does anything, and people buying wellman and wellwoman and the like and thinking it does anything! :DYou're being mugged off ladies and gents. It does nothing. You get enough protein from your diet or can make a very small adjustment to do so. Everything else you just **** down the drain, literally*.* - I know, I know, a correct use of the word literally! Literally amazin... oh, doh...



I hear a lot of people saying it don't work but I was genuinely stick thin and a year of training done nothing apart from gain strength......bit the bullet and took a protein weight gainer and I put on 3 stone in 4 months and was the best shape I ever was in.......but having kids and job loss resulted in gym cancellation and I'm back to the drawing board but it does work

its not rocket science that protein builds muscles (as well as keeping hydrated and sleep ) so what's not to get. There have even been tests to find out if maximuscle does contain what it claims and it actually does. sorry to go on lol

Great deal... The fact that all flavours are discounted incuding the stevia ones gets my vote. Only problem for me is I really don't need any for months because of their deals and my HUKD obsession
m1cky691

I hear a lot of people saying it don't work but I was genuinely stick … I hear a lot of people saying it don't work but I was genuinely stick thin and a year of training done nothing apart from gain strength......bit the bullet and took a protein weight gainer and I put on 3 stone in 4 months and was the best shape I ever was in.......but having kids and job loss resulted in gym cancellation and I'm back to the drawing board but it does workits not rocket science that protein builds muscles (as well as keeping hydrated and sleep ) so what's not to get. There have even been tests to find out if maximuscle does contain what it claims and it actually does. sorry to go on lol



Their argument is that we consume enough protein with food. Mass gainer is a bit different, even if does contain some protein. It's to increase calorie intake usually with carbs mainly for bulking. This is also possible with food but some find it difficult to eat 3/4k calories or more a day.

Edited by: "rev6" 19th Feb 2016

DeanSteven

8% Topcashback on orders under £49.99



2.02% when a voucher code is used sadly
rev6

Their argument is that we consume enough protein with food. Mass gainer … Their argument is that we consume enough protein with food. Mass gainer is a bit different, even if does contain some protein. It's to increase calorie intake usually with carbs mainly for bulking. This is also possible with food but some find it difficult to eat 3/4k calories or more a day.



People weigh different amounts, people do different amounts of activity and people eat different things. There are a lot of people in this thread that appear to be unaware of this.
kaiser051

Good deal been using this myself for £34.99 and recomend it 39.2 grams of … Good deal been using this myself for £34.99 and recomend it 39.2 grams of protein per servinghttp://www.supplementcentre.com/buy.cfm/whey-protein/matrix-anabolic-protein-powder-5kg/78/yes/76054


Sorry mate but thats a frankenstein mix of different proteins.
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