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Whey Protein Powder or MRP Shake?

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2006/07/06 19:13:59 (permalink)

Whey Protein Powder or MRP Shake?

I do not consider myself a hard gainer, so I thought I would be ok with just a whey shake. But I also do not have the time to eat 5-7 good healthy meals a day. I guess what I am asking is it worth the extra calories for a MRP shake, or should I just stick with the regular whey. I am starting to bulk again next month and have just shedded about 25 lbs and am really afraid of putting too much back on again. I know you have to put on some fat to gain mass, but I never want to have to shed that much weight just to feel good about myself again. Thanks in advance.
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    Slyblackdragon
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    RE: Whey Protein Powder or MRP Shake? 2006/07/06 23:48:54 (permalink)
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    RE: Whey Protein Powder or MRP Shake? 2006/07/07 10:44:31 (permalink)
    MRP does it for me, I bought a large tub of Sci-Mentor advanced MRP with biotics and was very impressed. I'm a fairly hard gainer too (but don't put on fat), so the MRP did the trick. I added half a scoop of whey to up the protein content.
    I'm now trying some weight gain power (Sci-Mentor too) with an extra scoop of whey, and am gaining about a pound a day right now!!! Of course, it may have something to do with the Methyl Drol I started at the same time ;-)
    I'd recommend MRP as it's got most of the extra vitamins and minerals you need, and only a trace of fat. If it's got pre and probiotics in it, all the better.

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    RE: Whey Protein Powder or MRP Shake? 2006/07/07 16:12:32 (permalink)
    I would not worry too much mate. Depending on your level of physical activity and how many you plan on using you should be fine.

    I have been as heavy as 18 stone before and cut down to 14 stone 2 but I am now on my first official bulk so back upto 15 stone 6lb using 2 homemade MRP shakes a day.

    Although my body fat has increased I still have a good shape and my strength is increasing along with my muscle size so when the time comes to cut again I will find it easier than last time as I will be able to burn more calories due to the quality mass I have gained.

    Just monitor yourself closely and set yourself a limit .i.e my limit is 20% body fat, I don’t really wana go over this as I feel I will start loosing my shape.
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