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I bought a tub of protein that is 52 grams with 2 scoops. I want to put on more muscle, but not bulk. I should keep mixing the protein with water right?

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I'm in damn pretty good shape if I do say so my self. I don't believe in the whole setting goals for yourself. Think it's pretty damn stupid as I'm in shape without goals.

Also I'm totally against stuffing yourself to be a fat strong fuck. You're still fat and you're probably gonna die young from all the garbage you eat.
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I bought a tub of protein that is 52 grams with 2 scoops. I want to put on more muscle, but not bulk. I should keep mixing the protein with water right?
Water is the best imo.

You muscles can only take 20-25g of protein per hour anyway, so just take one scoop. You'll save money and an extra scoop. Protein shakes are efficient, instant protein but if you want to pack on muscle you should be eating your protein through meats and whatnot.
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Only 20-25? Is that true? I take in 50+ per protein shake I have everyday and I have two.
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There have been no studies to accurately measure protein absorbtion. As for the amount of protein, it depends on your bodyweight more than anything.


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Water is the best imo.

You muscles can only take 20-25g of protein per hour anyway, so just take one scoop. You'll save money and an extra scoop. Protein shakes are efficient, instant protein but if you want to pack on muscle you should be eating your protein through meats and whatnot.
No, it's actually 60g, or was it 100g, no wait, it was 12.4564333g. yeah that was it. Like Rush said, it depends on your body weight, that's all they really determined. But you should be getting in your protein form mostly food as well. Plus, I'm starting to turn towards the USDA's (US department of Agriculture) opinion of less protein. Basically, it's what I have been doing, and I haven't lost any strength or size, just some fat. Just using my own logic though, so keep reading believers!

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There have been no studies to accurately measure protein absorbtion. As for the amount of protein, it depends on your bodyweight more than anything.
I've heard that you need 1 gram per pound on you but then I've also heard that that's too much and can lead to problems later in life.
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Anywhere from 1.2-1.7 g/kg for athletes is the ACSM guideline which is about .5-.8 g/lb. Average person who isn't training needs even less. The definition of athlete there is pretty loose as well, basically if you're pretty active shoot for 1.2 g/kg

Too much protein can give you problems, and if you have a well rounded diet then you really don't need the protein shakes. I personally don't use them but i eat a fair bit of protein. All i really do is make a small glass of chocolate milk when i get home (like 200-250ml).


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I used to be completely obsessed with all this shit and would drink 3 protein shakes a day, 5 full meals every few hours. I was putting on mass so I didn't have to worry about cardio as much. But it got to the point where I would be forcing myself to eat to keep that mass. And it worked out great, I floated between 200-205 but it was so hard to maintain. I can't force feed myself. So I changed it up and went with lighter weights with higher reps and converted it to lean muscle over time. I weighed myself yesterday, I was 185. Much easier. Lucky you that you can just do what you do and get the results you want.

Plus, with rolling BJJ you get a ton of cardio from that and I actually had my first muay thai session the other day so I plan on using that for cardio too. Just a word of advice: Leg kicks fucking hurt. A lot. Avoid them at all costs. I got dropped 3 times by them. I also have a tiny hole in my shin from kicking shit, you have to build up like a callous on your bones over time to make it so you don't hurt yourself while kicking.

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thats how asian kids practice muay thai and kickboxing. they go out from a young age and kick trees. It stimulates bone growth so their tibia and fibula are ridiculously solid.

Really been getting back into the gym much more regularly now that cricket season is over and my shoulder has healed. Not sure whether i should switch it up and do a more bodyweight/core/endurance centred routine or leave it as it is. Still need to get my goal of a sub 20 on my 1km row, 1km cycle, 1km cross trainer. Row and bike i can do in about 7:30 or so but trying to get through a km on the elliptical in less than 12:30 is so damn hard. Could do it if i dropped off the intensity of it but i don't see the point of doing that.


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