Proteins for muscu
I am 1m74 for 58kg and I just got back to weight training. The problem is that each time, I do 2-3x per week for a minimum of 6 months and I see little difference. That’s why I really want to try proteins like muscle gainer from Inko (gym brand) here is the composition:
# The mix that makes the muscles! Concentrated at 85% of milk, whey and egg proteins.
# With L-Carnitine, vitamins and minerals.
X-Treme MUSCLE GAINER is the super protein concentrate for muscle building.
The 3 high-value proteins – milk, whey and egg proteins – are the basis of this 85% concentrate which also has a high biological value of 135.
# In addition, X-Treme MUSCLE GAINER benefits from the ‘Addition of L-Carnitine as well as B vitamins, especially B6, and vitamins C and E.
# Low in fat.
# Calcium and magnesium help cover increased mineral needs during intensive training.
Preparation: mix 30 g = 3 tablespoons of X-TREME MUSCLE GAINER in 300 ml of water or skimmed milk and mix with a blender or shaker.
Directions for use: take 1 to 3 servings (30 g in 300 ml of water or skimmed milk) per day, in particular: one serving after training.
Milk proteins (with emulsifier: soya lecithin), powdered egg white, highly defatted cocoa powder, whey proteins (lactalbumin, lactoglobulin), flavor (with lactose), thickener: guar flour, sweeteners: aspartame and acesulfame-K, magnesium carbonate, L-Carnitine (200 mg / 100g), vitamin C, sodium chloride, niacin, vitamin E, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, folic acid, vitamin B12.
Tell me what you think…?
You might as well invest in the most upscale.
I recommend Iron Max from First American Nutrition, found on the Net.
pout you do what you want, but real food would be much more effective and nutritionally (in terms of protein / carbohydrate) well it’s the same
Milk – whey and eggs it looks interesting seen like this, you can test without problems.
Arsher -> your American Nutrition thing looks super effective … On the other hand, I see creatine, taurine ect … !!! Wouldn’t that be super dangerous too lol?
For your information, the supplements are strictly useless, in particular the powdered proteins and gainers (which are only powdered sugar …) that you will shit in your toilet a few hours after having ingested them …
the principle of How the fitness industry works is based on the following system:
some guys or women take anabolic steroids to achieve completely unrealistic looks that no one can achieve (unless you too have been using steroids for years!) and then these people promote it in advertisements for protein powders and other gainers when it is not by using them that they have created their own physique, but by taking STEROIDS.
But the general public and the myriad of newbies systematically fall for the trap and water the fitness industry with their money by buying these completely useless and ineffective powders. It really comes down to throwing your money away.
The only dietary supplement that creates a real effect is creatine, but even then it is only 95% water retention and as soon as you stop taking creatine all of your gains gradually disappear. a few weeks while your creatine levels return to normal …
So this too is still an illusion. Some of the sudden never stop taking creatine for fear of becoming small again and by dint of using it develop problems especially in the kidneys in the long term.
BRIEF, to summarize it is distressing to see that the dream powder is still so ubiquitous these days, especially when you know that there is tons of information on the internet that is really useful and realistic.
We build muscle by regularly lifting weights by performing properly mastered exercises and eating real food END POINT and not by consuming mustard powders that are going to shit in the toilet.
only people always want immediate and fast results and therefore think that consuming these magic powders will speed up their results, but this is only an illusion, a lie, in fact they do absolutely nothing, or, in the case creatine, so little that it’s insignificant.
http://serious-muscle.com for more info.