Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
Is it possible to make fluff out of whey or is it only for casein?
I remember trying to down 20 ounces of lean ground turkey in one sitting on several occasions and being in the bathroom before I was even finished. Took a few cycles of this before I wised up and realized it was just more than my stomach could handle at one time.
Kind of broscience, but I think you should eat protein so you have a steady supply of it all day, not just all at once, for me this means eating every couple of hours.
Inb4 cavemen didn't eat every 2 hours
The best fluff I've made so far has been 50/50 casein/whey mixture:
1 cup frozen strawberries (pop in microwave for 15 seconds to slightly soften)
1 scoop whey gold standard
1 scoop casein gold standard
1/4 cup splenda/stevia/etc, adjust however you like for taste
~2-3 ounces of water
Pop it into the kitchenaid at max speed for a few minutes and bam, the most beautiful fluff ever.
All the dont eat too much protein in one sitting is Totally fucking bro science. Your body still absorbs the nutrients (its not like you dont get the calorues) and protein synthesis is an extended process. I'm at a bar waiting for a friend but I'll find a source when I get home
this has been well established. my point was that if you eat, say, 4 lbs of chicken, you aren't going to absorb every last bit of protein, because you will probably shit it out as you're eating it - or at least i would. the issue is not always if is technically possible - it relies on factors unique to the individual like stomach "strength" for lack of a better word.
The body's response to overstuffing the stomach should be vomiting in short order. You can overwhelm your system with fat, outstretching your body's ability to process it with bile, and I find lactose is similar.
My system can't handle any lactose. My body responds with giving me the worst smelling farts imaginable.
Got my dad to start lifting over the last couple months, he's 47. Previously he only did cardio for an hour a day for years and it didn't really do anything for him, never lost weight from it. Recently he squatted 225lbx3, deadlifted 235lbx6, bench press 170lbx2 and overhead presses 55lb dumbbells, also can do 8 chin ups. Now I just need to get him to sort his diet out, he's started cutting with me. Defo gonna be shredded for the summer.
Isn't he in the service, if you don't mind me asking? most career military I know are in seriously good shape, although I guess there's little opportunity to lift while deployed.
Reading through SS, it says you delay adding power cleans to the routine until the deadlift progresses nicely. Is that what the rest of you SS guys have done? I've never done power cleans in my life so that should be interesting.
Just PC like this guy and you'll be fine
e. note, 1:14 is a muscle clean, not PC
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