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post #1681 of 4931 (permalink) Old 08-10-2011, 03:10 PM
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To add to something I said a few pages back about whey protein causing spots.
Having looked into it, I have found that other people on the internet have had similar experiences.
It's as another user on here said, most likely an allergy.
It'll only affect the minority, so if you use whey protein or similar items, and don't break out on spots, ignore what I said.
If you do, well, there's nothing much you can do about it.
That's weird, I'm heavily allergic to cats but being around them doesn't make me want to wank it more..

The other side effects, the spots and whatnot are definitely coming from an allergy, something in the protein. If it's whey protein it could be linked to a cheese allergy, who knows.

Anyway, I really enjoy working out. I wake up every morning, go to the gym for an hour or so, shower there and go from there. I wouldn't say I'm the biggest guy there (quite frankly I'm 5'10 // 150lbs.) but I treat working out as a sort of therapy, as machines like a bench press or a preacher machine are something I can take my anger out on. I also love seeing progress too! Just bought a post-workout recovery called MuscleTech CellTech Hardcore (or something like that) and it's stuffed with creatine monohydrate, something I need to bulk (along with an extensive appetite) and it has a lot of aminos, good for not feeling sore the next day!



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Be careful with creatine, you should cycle that shit. I don't work out in the morning, too lazy. I often work out at night and then go right to bed, whenever I can fall asleep. I find muscle growth is easier for me that way. Sadly, my sleeping is beyond fucked so sometimes that's hard to do. I've always been able to put on muscle very quickly for some reason, I just attribute it to genetics.
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That's weird, I'm heavily allergic to cats but being around them doesn't make me want to wank it more..

The other side effects, the spots and whatnot are definitely coming from an allergy, something in the protein. If it's whey protein it could be linked to a cheese allergy, who knows.

Anyway, I really enjoy working out. I wake up every morning, go to the gym for an hour or so, shower there and go from there. I wouldn't say I'm the biggest guy there (quite frankly I'm 5'10 // 150lbs.) but I treat working out as a sort of therapy, as machines like a bench press or a preacher machine are something I can take my anger out on. I also love seeing progress too! Just bought a post-workout recovery called MuscleTech CellTech Hardcore (or something like that) and it's stuffed with creatine monohydrate, something I need to bulk (along with an extensive appetite) and it has a lot of aminos, good for not feeling sore the next day!
Careful with that Celltech, it has a shit load of sugar. I take optimum Nutrition creatine monohydrate after I work out. And after a meal on non-training days. Less filler too.

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Be careful with creatine, you should cycle that shit. I don't work out in the morning, too lazy. I often work out at night and then go right to bed, whenever I can fall asleep. I find muscle growth is easier for me that way. Sadly, my sleeping is beyond fucked so sometimes that's hard to do. I've always been able to put on muscle very quickly for some reason, I just attribute it to genetics.
Two week cycles dude!

And yeah I guess the time to work out is dependent on how much of a workout you're doing, or else you're gonna be tired for the whole day if you do a really deadly legs workout in the morning, I'm the same way :P

And you're pretty lucky to be able to put on muscle quickly. Do you have an average build? (Not skinny, not fat)? I'm the kid who was 40lbs lighter then everyone else as a kid, so obviously it's stupid tough to gain weight with a metabolism as fast as mine haha. Need the help of weight gainers, creatines and stupidly huge diets.



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Creatine is fine to take without cycling.

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Yeah, you don't have to cycle creatine. Ideally, you should when prepping' for a contest but most are just recreational lifters. And I'd look into an alternative brand. MuscleTech isn't great, kind of a rip off and a lot of artificial fillers in their supplements.


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Creatine is completely safe as long as you take care of your body while taking it, You must drink a load of water.
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Yeah. When I first took it I didn't up my water intake (noob) and I woke up with lips more cracked than the Sahara.

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to get even more specific he said "some kind of weights" Not to argue over semantics though. I wouldn't call you a weight lifter if all you do is push ups, likewise i wouldn't call a lot of people who work out recreationally using machines weight lifters despite the fact that they are technically lifting a weight.
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What does the label "weight lifter" do exactly, and who really cares?
Well somebody who says "I lift weights" and only does pushups everyday than tells somebody there workout routine, I'm sure there going to be disappointed finding out you only do pushups which is completely not a workout schedule. Weight lifters can be categorized to me as somebody who lift consistently four to five days a week different body parts. I don't think there's any problem with using machines, I actually think machines work very well for working certains aspects of the body such as abs but I think everybody should experience both free weights and machines and whichever one they prefer is personal preference. I prefer free weights because they put a little more pressure on you when you are lifting and I think ultimately makes you stronger than using machines but I have no problem using either one.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I should clarify, i have no issues with machines (i use them ;D) but the recreation part of that sentence. Weight lifter to me has a more sporting/competition/serious connotation to it.

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