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Jet's the type of guy who buys like 4 jars of whey to place prominently in his kitchen so everyone knows he lifts, bro

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the supplement industry is such a scamfest
my brother and I both stopped using whey. My lifts dropped but from me cutting, my brother still pulls north of 500 on his deads.

Just eat food unless you are competative/hard gainer/juicin.

The fitness industry as a whole is composed primarily of shitheads, thieves, and con-men. I stopped taking protein powders (and dairy) over 2 years ago and saw no adverse effects. Actually, my skin improved and I got leaner.
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The fitness industry as a whole is composed primarily of shitheads, thieves, and con-men. I stopped taking protein powders (and dairy) over 2 years ago and saw no adverse effects. Actually, my skin improved and I got leaner.

 

I used it for awhile when I was lifting..I find it's primary use is recovery and slight improved gain in mass if any (had about 1 after every workout).

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jet lifts?

@rain, the gain in mass could just be a result of the extra calories. You could probably eat the same protein worth of lean steak or chicken and see extra mass and better recovery. Its also a lot of psychology.
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Damn right, BBSLM
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If you lift and are serious about making progress, you basically have a certain amount of calories you have to eat every day with a given percentage of them coming from protein, carbs and fats depending on your goal. The rule is to eat at least 1 g protein per pound of bodyweight. Now, protein shakes def come in handy when you have to consume a lot of food and protein in particular. By a lot I mean like 3-4.5k cals and 200-250 g protein per day. It's also the cheapest form of protein.
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But protein shakes are delicious frown.gif
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OK so, Nandrolone Deca/TRT/HGH or bust.
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

jet lifts?

@rain, the gain in mass could just be a result of the extra calories. You could probably eat the same protein worth of lean steak or chicken and see extra mass and better recovery. Its also a lot of psychology.

I don't completely disagree, but protein powders are a quick and easy way to get those extra calories and/or protein
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black RIT dye. looking to turn the famed red jacket into something dark purple/grey in color.
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agree Hendrix. plus there are plenty of legit supplements to take it's not all garbage. a little science, a lot of nutrition research (most gp doctors basically know next to nothing re nutrition (and genetics!) , and you can tailor pretty good nutrition for yourself using real food and powders and pills...
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still sad I slept on yojee hat this season on sale at lncc frown.gif. I like proper hats so seldom

This.

And the sick thing is that it showed back up for a day after someone must have returned one and I slept on it again.
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still sad I slept on yojee hat this season on sale at lncc frown.gif. I like proper hats so seldom

This.

And the sick thing is that it showed back up for a day after someone must have returned one and I slept on it again.

quite an aggressive hat not sure how it would look outside context of runway ...
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Was this it? I guess it was. I remembered it being 10x cooler, but I still think it's cool.
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yes!
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