I'm glad you agree with somebody, go post a deal about 10kg of rice. To be fair I'd vote it up :)
fully agree with you
The benefit would be convenience to the individual (maybe they just prefer drinking their carbs), that's it really. The literature shows that carbohydrates from sports supplements are not superior to food sources in terms of post-exercise glycogen recovery and exercise performance. Also, carbohydrates intra-workout do not benefit resistance training and only benefit those training for endurance for at least 90 minutes. Glycogen replenishment occurs within 24 hours regardless of timing. You are not fully depleting glycogen during a workout (or even half, I believe resistance training on average depletes around 35% depending on the volume). If you prefer to drink your macros, buy it. The price is good. I wouldn't recommend spending more on other carb drinks (HBCD, Karbolyn, etc).
Good shout. To be fair I've never regularly bothered with intra though I can see the benefits and probably should give it a proper try.
I agree plus one sits alot better in the gut and it's not the rice... If you've got a eaa / intra with actigin that'll work well too.
Myprotein were better before they rebranded in their prices and customer service. Product wise they are good. I mostly use their isolate and other supplements that I use to make my own pre workout. I started using them in 2015/16 when I started training again and alongside eating well they have served me well
I should clarify they were 18 protein oat bars, so like halfway between a flapjack and a chocolate bar it looks like? Still, low sugar and 22g of protein per bar, so can't complain! What's your opinion of MyProtein's supplements? Like I said, I've always gone with Bulkpowders as they are a little bit pricier but the quality seems excellent, and I've heard some mixed reviews about other places, including MYP. I've bought some unflavoured Creatine, some Brownies, Protein Bars, and a Pre-workout blend (side note: can't believe their pre-workouts don't contain BCAAs like most other brands). Thanks!
I usually buy my supplements from MyProtein. I'm a big fan of their Carb crusher bars. These Macro Munch bars are better then any of the bars I've had from MyProtein. Possibly my fave bars followed by Barebells. £10 for 18 bars is a bargain
I don't doubt these are nice, and I usually go for BulkPowders for all my supplements, however with the Revolut 38% discount at MyProtein, I couldn't resist. I picked up a box of 18 protein bars for under a tenner! Madness.
That's a good deal
Don't think this works any more.. 2 x 2.5kg comes up as £95.98 minus 30% if you use the tier1 voucher
Switched from myprotein to bulkpowders recently - difference was night and day. Still yet to evolve into 80s Arnie. Pound for pound an expensive habit! Taking up smoking would be far cheaper
£20 for 2 x 1kg is a standard price in the member perks section on MyProtein.
Where exactly? Right now please show us where is selling protein at that price that makes this a bad deal. Probably can’t.
Wait until it hits price, stock up and hold til the next wave.
Keep posting them, ignore the haters! I always look for a code here before I order & 40% off everything is decent - shame it's expired now...
where did you buy that?
They always have sales like this, and send emails. Compare with my protein they are most expensive
Yes this is Bulk Powders whole marketing strategy - constant and subsequently inconsequential sales. I know because, having bought some powder from them a while back, I've been getting a least 1 email a day from them advertising some sale or other. As much as the barrage of 'offers' is enough to put DFS to shame I will say if you're willing to buy in bulk the price is genuinely quite good. I got 5kg of natural whey isolate 90 at £60 so 36p per serving which easily beats any other comparable product I could find.
Nice but rated cold, normally get whey protein for around £13 1kg and it seems they’ve but the price up to £22!!
Yeah, unfortunately, I've seen this practice practice from numerous retailers.
they have put prices up vit c was selling for £7.49 before this 40%offer
The pancakes are great from here. Low in calories and high in protein. If you get the original flavoured one's you can use them as wraps too. (y)
Thanks OP - I personally like them and just saved me a fair amount :)
Their protein power is sickening ngl but good for other products 🤢
I like the gray mark jumper but out of stock good prices, the massive logos are a put off for me though
No longer working
Ordered placed. Cheers OP
yeah it was just slow to let me choose ordered now !
As a comparison MyProtein currently have 5kg of Whey for £51.44. That's actually expensive compared to their other deals they usually run. It's usually £45 when they run their standard offers but I paid £40 last month.
Anywhere else that is cheaper you could recommend
Highly inflated prices. £13.99 for 1kg Whey or £76 for 5kg. Cold from me
I only went for BP over MP this time as I needed more ZMA and MP don't do it (lol)
I've used bulk powders and MyProtein. Both normal whey protein products are similar in terms of protein quality/grade. I would rather go for the current deal MyProtein has got which is £1.68 more but you get 250g more which is slightly a better deal.
£10/kg is about average - they've really inflated the 'usual' price
I don't think it's a good deal at all, it works out as £10 per 1kg of protein which is a fairly standard price, the fact they advertise a 2.5kg at £46.99 is mental.
Bulk Powders ALWAYS have a sale on so normally I'd agree, but I've checked the Black Friday prices against previous "sale" orders and there's definitely a bigger discount this time around. Plus a free shaker. Heat added.
Free delivery when you spend £49.
Bulk Powders sale is always a let down. Their usual prices are way too high and then they seem to have on going sale reductions which brings the prices to average value. So nothing special or money saving. On top of it all they always charge for delivery so even with the avg value sale you always have to add that on. Not much of a saving all in all.
This. Save your pennies up and jump when they have a 40% code.
5kg bag is usually cheaper with discount codes on bulk powders
Yeah, this comes to £48.94 so you might as well add something else to the cart for free delivery, and you can't mix and match flavours.
Isn't delivery another £4 on top unless spending over £49??
I would say it's "just-abit-more" delicious ;) I hope this helps you make your mind up
Hmm, tempted now. I normally buy impact whey from MyProtein. Would you say it's a lot more delicious than the MyProtein whey or just a bit more delicious?
I like this brand, taste abit better than Impact. Fahid -heat added ;) 🔥
This is a good deal. This is grass fed whey too, so good quality protein. Just ordered it and stocked up on citrulline too.
Don't know really, first time ordering this protein from Bulk powders as i normally go for Impact whey from my protein. But reviews on website seem to be good. :)
Yep. I always just buy whey protein. BP Vanilla whey is creamier, better tasting and thicker than MP.
Never tried BP, is it really that much better than MP? Tried MP once and didn't like it
That's not something that I've seen but I'll be sure to keep an eye out. Cheers.
And Bulk Powders is regularly cheaper than Myprotein. You'd be stupid not to always check both.
quality is key. difference is night and day BP>MP
Similar tactics to myprotein.
never used these before always MP, had a quick look and nutrition seems to be abit better in MP Whey, heat added for offer tho.
Thanks! Ordered 7 tubs of peanut butter for £3.89 a kilo. There's also 4% tcb available!
last weekend they had 40% off sitewide. i had stuff in my basket that's still there now - and it's nearly £10 more expensive with this black friday 'deal'
How to make a proper Black Friday promotion. Make sure you drop the price drastically , make sure the website doesn't work :)
Trying to stock up on the Peanut Butter. Website doesn't let you add items to the basket...
The coupon code "SCORE40" is not valid.
May contain nuts.
Read from the top (comment #1 onward)
Any good compared to Meridian? I hear this brand are a lot drier than Meridian and thus not really spreadable? They're cheap, but can be a false economy if no good...
You could've said "it's nut* on the Mondeo ! Lol
How does this compare to "Skippy's" ? Peanut butter on toast is my standard breakfast before workouts but anything other than Skippy's just tastes bland.
Mmmm... still bit of a risk if you don't like the brand. Some I don't like but I love PB. I you do try garribaldi biscuits with spread of it
Just my personal opinion on this particular brand of peanut butter and not aimed at the deal itself - this stuff for me does the job in sandwiches and as a filling, but for actual standalone taste, the MyProtein stuff just seems a lot better (I only purchase smooth though). Think I've read somewhere that MyProtein's PB also include the skins which might explain why theirs tends to be darker. I am working through the 2nd of 3 tubs of Bulk Powders' PB and miss the MyProtein stuff quite a bit, but this price is pretty good.
Brilliant price at today's market rate. Seems there's a craze now for peanut that many places selling above £8 /kg. Cheapest option is to make your own, for those who can, otherwise, this is a brilliant price. Hope its not 1 large 4kg tub XD