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Maximuscle Cyclone Whey Protein Powder with Creatine, Strawberry, 1.26 kg £11.99 (Prime) / £16.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Maximuscle Cyclone Whey Protein Powder with Creatine, Strawberry, 1.26 kg £11.99 (Prime) / £16.48 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 3rd Jul

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Good shake. Can be quite expensive. But price dropped to £11.99. Think amazon are price matching Holland and Barrett who have also got it at this price.
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Banana, Chocolate and Strawberry are also this price too, at Holland and Barrett


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heat for the price if its what you want but it doesnt fit in with my macros unfort at only 42% protein. i like my proteins at 80%+ ideally and buy creatine separately to add into the mix
Says in the description you get 7 tubs!
Thanks for posting
A lot of calories for 25g of protein
Thanks for the Heads up that this is price matched to H&B, OP - I remembered that there is that 300 points (£3) rewards for life offer with them that was posted elsewhere on this site, so went through TCB for another 9% "off" and ticked the box asking me to send the reward for life card inside my free click and collect order
cannycoyote03/07/2019 07:55

heat for the price if its what you want but it doesnt fit in with my …heat for the price if its what you want but it doesnt fit in with my macros unfort at only 42% protein. i like my proteins at 80%+ ideally and buy creatine separately to add into the mix


What product do you recommend?
The 1.5 kg extreme mass is £9.49!
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Lucky8803/07/2019 11:15

What product do you recommend?


well that depends on your goal, your activity levels and your diet. theres no simple answer to that question. for me my goal is to maintain lean muscle mass and lower bodyfat % so i need fewer calories and higher protein. hence a 42% protein supplement wouldn't be suitable for my needs. a 90% protein powder would deliver the same protein for less than half the calories
cannycoyote03/07/2019 11:54

well that depends on your goal, your activity levels and your diet. theres …well that depends on your goal, your activity levels and your diet. theres no simple answer to that question. for me my goal is to maintain lean muscle mass and lower bodyfat % so i need fewer calories and higher protein. hence a 42% protein supplement wouldn't be suitable for my needs. a 90% protein powder would deliver the same protein for less than half the calories



OM Gold standard Whey Protein is good but like you said, depends on your needs/goals.
cannycoyote03/07/2019 11:54

well that depends on your goal, your activity levels and your diet. theres …well that depends on your goal, your activity levels and your diet. theres no simple answer to that question. for me my goal is to maintain lean muscle mass and lower bodyfat % so i need fewer calories and higher protein. hence a 42% protein supplement wouldn't be suitable for my needs. a 90% protein powder would deliver the same protein for less than half the calories


Exactly! It all depends on your goal! You just hit the bulls eye there mate!
This must be old stock as they sell them in 908g tubs now as far as I can see.. if you are looking to add some good quality protein to your diet and are not too fussed about the additional carbs this is a decent price.. however if you are conscious of counting macros to the letter and have specific goals that include not having excess calories then it is a bit of bump just to get 25g protein... however it does mix well and taste good so to each their own..
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Protien Spiked rubbish
guy_ledge03/07/2019 11:27

The 1.5 kg extreme mass is £9.49! [Image]


Bought this one instead. Good for bulking!
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