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Optimum Nutrition Serious Mass Protein Powder 2.73KG at Amazon for £19.99
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Optimum Nutrition Serious Mass Protein Powder 2.73KG at Amazon for £19.99

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That’s a whole lot of calories

If anyone is new to lifting (though the gyms are now shut!) I can provide a little insight into how many calories are needed

I got to 97kg on 3500 calories a day and that wasn’t all muscle, I did/have a bit of stomach fat to go with that...not loads but being 97kg of muscle is very hard and not very realistic for most people’s lives

So really what I’m saying is unless you wanted to match the worlds strongest men’s diet, you’re not gonna need this and if you just jumped on this without any natural progression as to actually needing the extra energy then you’re going to end up with a very large waist indeed!

Hope this helps 🏻
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Got it for 17.99? Not sure why!
Oh! Student discount!
I use peanut butter as a mass gainer
8 servings?
1250 calories per 50grams of protien. I would never buy this sorry
That’s a whole lot of calories

If anyone is new to lifting (though the gyms are now shut!) I can provide a little insight into how many calories are needed

I got to 97kg on 3500 calories a day and that wasn’t all muscle, I did/have a bit of stomach fat to go with that...not loads but being 97kg of muscle is very hard and not very realistic for most people’s lives

So really what I’m saying is unless you wanted to match the worlds strongest men’s diet, you’re not gonna need this and if you just jumped on this without any natural progression as to actually needing the extra energy then you’re going to end up with a very large waist indeed!

Hope this helps 🏻
This stuff has awful macros for most people. Get your calories from whole foods.
Phlop022/03/2020 12:22

This stuff has awful macros for most people. Get your calories from whole …This stuff has awful macros for most people. Get your calories from whole foods.


This is for the big muscle people, no good for beginners or hardgainers (skinny people who dont eat enough) unless you want to get fat. I am confused about the 50g of protein? I thought the body can only digest a certain amount and the rest is wasted. I might be completely wrong, but I have read many articles and they all state the same thing.
Edited by: "mastermjr20041" 22nd Mar
mastermjr2004122/03/2020 12:27

This is for the big muscle people, no good for beginners or hardgainers …This is for the big muscle people, no good for beginners or hardgainers (skinny people who dont eat enough) unless you want to get fat. I am confused about the 50g of protein? I thought the body can only digest a certain amount and the rest is waisted. I might be completely wrong, but I have read many articles and they all state the same thing.


Excess protein isn't stored by the body. Excess amino acids convert to carbs and ultimately fat. However it's a long process and requires energy so probably unlikely to get to that final stage too often.
Phlop022/03/2020 15:47

Excess protein isn't stored by the body. Excess amino acids convert to …Excess protein isn't stored by the body. Excess amino acids convert to carbs and ultimately fat. However it's a long process and requires energy so probably unlikely to get to that final stage too often.


Ah, fair enough. Thanks for this info.
SJ14122/03/2020 10:09

That’s a whole lot of caloriesIf anyone is new to lifting (though the gyms …That’s a whole lot of caloriesIf anyone is new to lifting (though the gyms are now shut!) I can provide a little insight into how many calories are needed I got to 97kg on 3500 calories a day and that wasn’t all muscle, I did/have a bit of stomach fat to go with that...not loads but being 97kg of muscle is very hard and not very realistic for most people’s lives So really what I’m saying is unless you wanted to match the worlds strongest men’s diet, you’re not gonna need this and if you just jumped on this without any natural progression as to actually needing the extra energy then you’re going to end up with a very large waist indeed! Hope this helps 🏻


Fully agree.
An average gainer weighing 70kg at present who trains 3-4 x per week with Body fat % of 10-12% will find this disastrous.
Darthpeter22/03/2020 17:55

Fully agree.An average gainer weighing 70kg at present who trains 3-4 x …Fully agree.An average gainer weighing 70kg at present who trains 3-4 x per week with Body fat % of 10-12% will find this disastrous.


There wont be many average gainers about weighing 70kg.. unless they are children
But you are right, this stuff is nearly useless.
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