best brand and low in price
I was looking for some advice on what protein powder to get. I have found a 'Lonsdale' 908 g for £13.99 and a 'Hench' 2.25k for £24.95.
Can anyone offer advice on quality, prices etc? Thank you.
I am due to run a 10k in August and looking for something to help with burn more fat and build up stamina.
Hi, I use a site called discountsupplements.co.uk for all my sports nutrition stuff. I have always found them to be excellent. With regards to protein powder the brand I buy is Dymatize, I think it's about £29.99 for a tub containing 70+ servings. Good luck with the 10k - I'm also doing one in August!
The 10k I am doing is 'Race The Train' in Tywyn, N.Wales and I am raising money so I need to have the stamina to complete it! what 10k are you doing in August?
Thanks for the advice btw.
could you send me the link to the product as I am having trouble finding it, thank you again!.
I go on a website called myprotein.co.uk
I'm liking the products and their taste.
I use the lean protein thing. Got a massive bag downstairs and CLA pills.
IMO you could save your money by improving your dietDo you really need protein powder for a 10k?
Here's the link:
I use the Elite Whey Protein (banana flavour).It's got about 25g protein per serving and is virtually sugar free. After longer runs (10 miles +) I also use Waxy Maize powder as it's helps muscle recovery.
I know protein powder etc isn't everyones cup of tea but I do find it helps as I tend to do 30 miles plus per week and 1 - 2 weights sessions.
I'm doing a local (to me) race in August - Reepham Summertime 10k then the City of Norwich half marathon in November
I take Myofusion - I haven't tried any other protein drink, so I can't say for sure, but it tastes really nice (milk chocolate flavour) - it's like a creamy chocolate drink, mixes really well in a shaker bottle and family members have said they've noticed results. Note - I'm taking it for muscle and strength building.
£37.99 will get you a massive 2.2kg tub - you can get a 900lb one for £21 or so, but I think the former's better value.
thank you for all of the advice. The protein isn't just for the 10k as I will be continuing my running after and I do have a balanced diet but maybe could do with eating more bananas!
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