gainer or whey
Hello to you,
I am asking myself a question which I cannot answer,
Should I take gainer or whey?
After some research, I could see that they were two different products, with different effects and compositions, and especially that these products were more suited to certain types of body types.
I started a diet, (removing the midday meal, and halving the amount of food) in order to dry out as much as possible. I went from 81kg to 74kg in 2 months for 1m80.
Knowing my body, I know that I don’t gain muscle easily, so I want to take supplements, but which ones?
My desire is not to gain too much mass but mainly muscle, but if the two are connected, I want to “pump up” my bodybuilding, and especially my arms and peck, rather than gaining too much weight.
The perfect measurement in my opinion would be 84-85kg but as dry as possible. Weight that I never managed to have.
Which of the two prot is better for me, or will both have the same effect?
Ah and I think I do 4 weight training sessions per week, work requires.
Thank you for your answers See you
ok why not for the use of synthetic proteins …
But there is a stupid thing that I discovered is that as soon as I accepted my imperfect body, thin, small … therefore “ugly, unsatisfactory” what, beh my problems got resolved. I made the “problem” a non-problem and there were no more problems. in addition when you impose a discipline on your body that comes from your head, it lets you know one day or the other: deformation, fatigue … that’s to scare you
Gainer and whey have nothing to do with it.
The gainer is a mixture of proteins and carbohydrates with a high caloric intake in order to make people gain mass who have difficulty in taking it.
I don’t recommend using a gainer as it’s the best way to gain fat fast. Commercial gainers are often loaded with bad carbs.
Whey is the protein most used by bodybuilders. It is a very fast diffusing protein. It is ideal to take just after training to quickly nourish the muscles that have just been traumatized during the session.
On the other hand, whey is not magic and you are not going to build muscle just by taking whey. It is surely obvious but I prefer to remind you that you need a good weight training program and a correct eating plan to have results.
Thank you for your answers.
So in my case it would be more useful to take whey?
The whey allows when mm a gain of weight, with an adapted food and a correct pg of muscu, I will be able to exceed the 81kg (weight which I never managed to exceed, mm with all the efforts in the world)?
Do you have a link to a good weight training program?
Thanks see you soon
Taking whey yes in general it is useful for anyone who is serious about weight training.
It does not allow you to gain weight directly, it is your entire eating plan (including whey) that must be defined for you to gain weight.
Gaining weight in itself is not hard you eat macdo morning noon and night and it’s good.
Gaining muscle there yes it’s a little more complicated!
You are 1m80 so exceed 81kg being dry, it means that you are already very muscular. The more you progress, the harder it is to gain lean mass.
Nah, I weighed 81kg, and I wasn’t necessarily very dry. I am not fine, I have some basis, but good.
Otherwise I came across this site, and this prot in particular:
Any opinion disappointed?
I am a state-certified sports coach with a master’s degree in physiology.
From what I understand, are you more of an ectomorphic morphology?
In this case, actually taking a gainer can be adapted. Here again, you should analyze your general diet. Can you tell us a little more?
In terms of brands and products, I would not recommend Eiyolab, I have a student who had a bad experience with the cited product. I guide my students on safe values today in France such as Jumbo Professional from Scitec Nutrition
see Link. It is a quality gainer in terms of composition, a safe bet for mass gain and a bestseller in France.
While waiting for your answers,