Proteins: “how to use”?
I started weight training in December. I was very dry, 1.77m for 64 / 65kgs, but I have been practicing squash for several years + jogging 4 to 5 times a week.
From the start I have been going to the gym every day, I am very happy with the result, I now weigh 70 / 71kgs. I injured my knee so I can’t do cardio anymore.
I ordered from myprot but I quickly stopped because I quickly swelled my stomach, which I cannot stand at all.
Despite everything, I would like to take a little volume to reach 75 kgs because I think that I am stagnating a little but especially not to the detriment of my abs!
I don’t want to go through the dry / mass gain box (especially as summer is approaching
), and I would like to know how to use these proteins (when, how often, what diet, …) without having the physique of a beer drinker
Thank you in advance for your answers.
Logically protein powder does not give a “beer drinker’s belly” 😉
Is it really whey (the mark of mp = impact whey) or isolate (impact whey isolate )? Have you not confused with a gainer (impact whey gainer)?
How do you take your protein and how much?
Hello Julien, and thank you for your answer
I ordered the Impact Whey Protein (banana flavor lol), so maybe I made a bad choice?
For the catches, from memory, I took them in the morning at breakfast, and in the evening 1 hour before going to bed (so after sport and dinner). I called home for advice, they told me to take between meals, what I did but it has not changed so far …
I see guys in the room that s’ train with their shaker or take it right after their training in the locker room, but it may be something else like creatine …
In the end, I have a doubt about the right method …
To gain muscle you don’t need to binge on protein (morning, evening and between meals I think it’s a lot), whey is a simple food supplement that is not intended to replace the diet. traditional. Considering your weight, you don’t need more than 140gr of animal protein per day.
Whey is better to take after your training because it is quickly assimilated and above all very easy to use (in absolute terms you could do without whey and eat, for example, a chicken fillet after training).
For your swollen belly problem, classic whey contains lactose, which may be the problem for you.
Already limit the intake of whey in post training (+ – 40gr), take your whey with water and if it does not go well on the digestion side you can try to take isolate (the protein is of slightly better quality than whey and does not contain lactose) instead of whey.
In summary, if you consume 35gr of protein in the form of food (fish, lean meat and eggs for example) during your meals (morning noon evening) and 40gr of whey after your workout is enough 😉
Keep in mind too that it’s just protein, nothing magic, if you have trouble gaining muscle the problem may be your diet and you should eat a little more (carbohydrates for example)
http: //proteines-musculation.c om / whey /
A big THANK YOU for your answer, very nice from you
the so-called micellar proteins do not contain lactose, from what I have read, I also had his problems with “belly swelling”, especially with eafit, since I have changed creameries and no more bloating or foul gas, lol.
On the other hand I am a little lost with all its marks, I am looking for a protein without sugars or fat, just to maintain and to take at any time, has any information?
I wanted to know since you take protein powders if you can not tell me if it can be dangerous for your health?
Because my doctor had prescribed it to me to gain weight but when I went to drink it it was already tasty and very heavy, I still forced myself because I wanted to gain weight but a few minutes later I was very vomited and since then I have been sick and vomiting. I wanted to know if that could trigger this.
Uh yes it’s disgusting and maybe sensitive stomachs can’t stand it
Ok thank you for your answer
Then there are several types of proteins I believe (egg, milk …) and different flavors, you can always try others.