MyProtein 5kg flavoured  Impact whey protein £38.99 - £2.95 del free over £40
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MyProtein 5kg flavoured Impact whey protein £38.99 - £2.95 del free over £40

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Found 29th Jan
Whey protein on offer at MyProtein 5kg for £38.99, works out £7.80 per kg.
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Minimum spend for free delivery is £40
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Fairly standard price
usernameinalid29th Jan

My protein and impact wheyI was just thinking, iv not seen a my protein …My protein and impact wheyI was just thinking, iv not seen a my protein deal then like magic....


I still don't see what's funny. Am I missing something?
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Lol
Fairly standard price
Nad_846 m ago

Fairly standard price


Why I agree it hasn't been below £40 for about 3 weeks.
Smadmad6 m ago

What's funny?


My protein and impact whey

I was just thinking, iv not seen a my protein deal
then like magic....
usernameinalid29th Jan

My protein and impact wheyI was just thinking, iv not seen a my protein …My protein and impact wheyI was just thinking, iv not seen a my protein deal then like magic....


I still don't see what's funny. Am I missing something?
should probably say that its flavoured
Thanks OP
brilly32 m ago

should probably say that its flavoured


Done.
Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you do loads of cardio work daily?
Crazy.Chris9 m ago

Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you …Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you do loads of cardio work daily?


There is no specific whey tailored for people who do alot of cardio
What the hell do you do with this stuff? Snort a line before doing some press-ups?

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Crazy.Chris13 m ago

Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you …Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you do loads of cardio work daily?


There's no "sort of protein". Protein is a macronutrient. If your diet is deficient, consuming whey is cheap and effective to supplement it. Most of the population get plenty through our western diet, but for some reason think they need these whey shakes to lose weight or 'get big'. I guess that's what the mega marketing machines behind the likes of MyProtein do...

If you're on an intense weightlifting program however, sure, I guess 200g per day is a reasonable target. May be hard to achieve through food, hence this comes in useful.
delboyd10 m ago

There's no "sort of protein". Protein is a macronutrient. If your diet is …There's no "sort of protein". Protein is a macronutrient. If your diet is deficient, consuming whey is cheap and effective to supplement it. Most of the population get plenty through our western diet, but for some reason think they need these whey shakes to lose weight or 'get big'. I guess that's what the mega marketing machines behind the likes of MyProtein do...If you're on an intense weightlifting program however, sure, I guess 200g per day is a reasonable target. May be hard to achieve through food, hence this comes in useful.


Also if you're on a diet and in calorie deficit, whey protein can be used to reduce muscle loss and/or as a low calorie meal replacement shake. Protein can keep you full for a while so it helps to stave off the hunger pangs when dieting.

As for the deal, this is the standard price available at least once a month, sometimes more frequently. I only ever get the salted caramel flavour..... one scoop of that with 150ml skimmed milk and a couple of heaped tablespoons of low fat plain yoghurt in the blender for 5 seconds and you've got the most amazingly delicious shake you'll ever taste!!
Edited by: "Franky1971" 29th Jan
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Crazy.Chris2 h, 37 m ago

Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you …Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you do loads of cardio work daily?


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If you are doing intense aerobic training then you need to keep your muscles fueled with enough carbohydrate for aerobic glycolisis.

"Higher intensity results in carbohydrate being the predominate fuel, but low stores of carbohydrate will increase protein utilization."

You don't want your body to be burning your muscle protein to fuel activity, so make sure you are providing your muscles with enough carbohydate. If you're eating a Western diet then you're likely already consuming enough protein to sustain your body alongside regular cardio work.
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Crazy.Chris4 h, 18 m ago

Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you …Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you do loads of cardio work daily?


Crazy.Chris4 h, 18 m ago

Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you …Does anyone knowWhat sort of protein should someone take if any when you do loads of cardio work daily?


Gram per pound for muscle building half that if just doing cardio
PaulMoss11 m ago

Gram per pound for muscle building half that if just doing cardio


Whilst I agree with 1g per pound of lean body mass, I disagree with half of that for cardio. You still tear muscle fibres doing cardio so need protein for recovery on top of the fact cardio is catabolic so the 1g per pound will help maintain muscle
Franky19715 h, 56 m ago

Also if you're on a diet and in calorie deficit, whey protein can be used …Also if you're on a diet and in calorie deficit, whey protein can be used to reduce muscle loss and/or as a low calorie meal replacement shake. Protein can keep you full for a while so it helps to stave off the hunger pangs when dieting.As for the deal, this is the standard price available at least once a month, sometimes more frequently. I only ever get the salted caramel flavour..... one scoop of that with 150ml skimmed milk and a couple of heaped tablespoons of low fat plain yoghurt in the blender for 5 seconds and you've got the most amazingly delicious shake you'll ever taste!!


thanks, im not on a diet or anything like that. I do what most people would call to much cardio (i genuinely enjoy it so do excessive amounts daily). I pretty much burn of any muscle I develop so wondered if this was any good to help prevent the loss.
Crazy.Chris6 h, 50 m ago

thanks, im not on a diet or anything like that. I do what most people …thanks, im not on a diet or anything like that. I do what most people would call to much cardio (i genuinely enjoy it so do excessive amounts daily). I pretty much burn of any muscle I develop so wondered if this was any good to help prevent the loss.


Save your money, just eat a normal diet.
Duelling.Duck1 h, 2 m ago

Save your money, just eat a normal diet.



Isn't a "normal diet" highly subjective?
Thanks. Purchased!
Crazy.Chris19 h, 10 m ago

thanks, im not on a diet or anything like that. I do what most people …thanks, im not on a diet or anything like that. I do what most people would call to much cardio (i genuinely enjoy it so do excessive amounts daily). I pretty much burn of any muscle I develop so wondered if this was any good to help prevent the loss.


Sounds like you're in excessive calorie deficit to the point you are losing lean muscle mass. Two things I would suggest...... firstly, if you can eat more regular/healthy food to make up for the calories you are burning then that's always best. If you struggle to do this then whey protein shakes are a good option to get some extra calories and protein in your diet. Secondly, I'd recommend you get some branch chain amino acid (bcaa) in powder form and take 5 grams pre workout and 5 grams post workout. This will help in reducing the amount of muscle you lose. You can do the research on how effective bcaa's are at reducing muscle loss via google.
Edited by: "Franky1971" 30th Jan
Franky197129th Jan

Also if you're on a diet and in calorie deficit, whey protein can be used …Also if you're on a diet and in calorie deficit, whey protein can be used to reduce muscle loss and/or as a low calorie meal replacement shake. Protein can keep you full for a while so it helps to stave off the hunger pangs when dieting.As for the deal, this is the standard price available at least once a month, sometimes more frequently. I only ever get the salted caramel flavour..... one scoop of that with 150ml skimmed milk and a couple of heaped tablespoons of low fat plain yoghurt in the blender for 5 seconds and you've got the most amazingly delicious shake you'll ever taste!!



Franky197129th Jan

Also if you're on a diet and in calorie deficit, whey protein can be used …Also if you're on a diet and in calorie deficit, whey protein can be used to reduce muscle loss and/or as a low calorie meal replacement shake. Protein can keep you full for a while so it helps to stave off the hunger pangs when dieting.As for the deal, this is the standard price available at least once a month, sometimes more frequently. I only ever get the salted caramel flavour..... one scoop of that with 150ml skimmed milk and a couple of heaped tablespoons of low fat plain yoghurt in the blender for 5 seconds and you've got the most amazingly delicious shake you'll ever taste!!


Thanks for your help, going too look into your suggestions
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