In my opinion, quest bars are junk food.
Edited by OccultaVexillum - 7/11/14 at 2:39pm
You're correct on the deadlift, but I didn't deadlift for almost a year when I was doing the rows. That was my 1RM for deads. I stopped doing it because it bothered my back all those years back.
But yeah, what does it matter.
I actually love doing seated rows right now with the handle attachments you use for flyes. I put two handles there and it makes the ROM so much more and I can feel it like woah in my back.
Tell me what "broscience" is then, dickhead.
You asked why I thought it was junk, I told you.
Alright I'm not going to call you names, but seriously. I'm not against supplements or chemical sounding ingredients, I use a bunch myself. But when you say you would take a quest bar over "junk food" it implies that quest bars are a health food. That's probably not what the OP meant though, just that it's a better convenient option than rest stop junk foods, which is true. So I'll leave it there (and hopefully you will too).
1 - Yeah, I called you a name and felt like a dickhead for doing it. So I edited it. I felt like it would have been worse to just take it out completely so I crossed it out. I didn't apologize though, so I will now - Sorry.
As for 2-4. I already said my piece and it all still applies. Anything else we can talk about is just arguing without any point or purpose. We disagree. It doesn't matter. I will say though that saying "health food" is ambiguous would also mean that "junk food" is ambiguous and are both dependent on individual views of what is good/healthy and bad/junk.
broscience/ milk protein isolate - not as pure as other varieties /broscience
I'm not going to pubmed and finding articles to appease you. Erythol and whatever other sugar substitutes and alcohols are present aren't great for your gut health and digestion, even in small amounts (broscience) which is a weird additive when you pack so much fiber in there, especially in the form of what is essentially already a sugar substitute in itself - oligosaccharides - /broscience. Yes, they are infinitely better than other products on the market I just don't see the need for them.
If I had prefaced my comment with "In my opinion...", would you have cared as much? If so, I chose that option.