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Old 12-20-2012, 02:32 PM   #61
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makes sense. Probably just as cheap as what I'd be mixing. I have a 5lb tub of ON whey coming that was back ordered from cyber monday that I'll have to use.
Make sure you are getting a 2:1 ratio of carbs/proteins in grams.. so an ON scoop is 24g, you should be putting in roughly 48g of fast carbs (sugar).
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Old 12-20-2012, 02:37 PM   #62
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Make sure you are getting a 2:1 ratio of protein/carbs in grams.. so an ON scoop is 24g, you should be putting in roughly 48g of fast carbs (sugar).
ddi you say that backwards?
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Old 12-20-2012, 02:40 PM   #63
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ddi you say that backwards?
my "ninja" edit was delayed haha
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Old 12-20-2012, 02:51 PM   #64
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my "ninja" edit was delayed haha
figured that's what you meant
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:03 PM   #65
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Since I believe sugar does play a part in helping the break down of proteins I usually add a half cup of sugar to my protein shake just so it is sweet like chocolate milk would be.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:08 AM   #66
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I drink chocolate milk at work. Love it
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:12 AM   #67
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Been on Choc milk for about 2 months now. I still use protein shakes and eat right and lift heavy but I'm up 4lbs. When I wasn't using Choc milk I never saw a change and I was always sore. I'm seeing a change and I'm rarely ever sore anymore, just tight but not sore. I will continue to use it and see if I get further results

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Old 01-04-2013, 09:13 AM   #68
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Been on Choc milk for about 2 months now. I still use protein shakes and eat right and lift heavy but I'm up 4lbs. When I wasn't using Choc milk I never saw a change and I was always sore. I'm seeing a change and I'm rarely ever sore anymore, just tight but not sore. I will continue to use it and see if I get further results

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I'd attribute that to just getting used to it rather than chocolate milk.
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Guy's there is nothing magical about chocolate milk. It is a casein based protein (slow digesting), with sugars. In my opinion, it's inferior to a properly balanced homemade shake made with whey, which is much faster digesting (which means amino acids break down into muscle cells quicker post workout + insulin spike from sugar/whey mix). There is no arguing the benefit of a fast digesting protein shake post workout.

If you find you respond better to chocolate milk, I would suggest you aren't getting enough protein from animal sources (slow digesting, complete amino acid profile).

Lot's of bro science in here
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Guy's there is nothing magical about chocolate milk. It is a casein based protein (slow digesting), with sugars. In my opinion, it's inferior to a properly balanced homemade shake made with whey, which is much faster digesting (which means amino acids break down into muscle cells quicker post workout + insulin spike from sugar/whey mix). There is no arguing the benefit of a fast digesting protein shake post workout.

If you find you respond better to chocolate milk, I would suggest you aren't getting enough protein from animal sources (slow digesting, complete amino acid profile).

Lot's of bro science in here
agreed. Now go get me another dubstep mix. please.
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:21 AM   #71
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agreed. Now go get me another dubstep mix. please.
I just released a trance one, which is one of my favorite mixes to date. Next is I Love House 2012 then you'll get your sh*tty dubstep (really starting to hate the genre )

Try working out with trance... I swear I can push a bit more weight since it builds up so well, if you get lucky with a drop at the beginning of a set you will kill it.
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I just released a trance one, which is one of my favorite mixes to date. Next is I Love House 2012 then you'll get your sh*tty dubstep (really starting to hate the genre )

Try working out with trance... I swear I can push a bit more weight since it builds up so well, if you get lucky with a drop at the beginning of a set you will kill it.
I'll listen tonight while I workout.
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Bacon + PB = excellent


Sounds weird, tastes delicious. Try it on a wheat english muffin or wheat toast, or some such.
THIS! trying this tonight!


I used to work in the dairy department at a grocery store. Strawberry (pink) milk used to be my favorite but I got over it after drinking it every single day. I was on a vanilla milk kick for a long time (if you haven't tried it I HIGHLY reccomend it, it's almost as good as chocolate). Overall chocolate milk is the best. Root Beer flavored was the worst.
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Root beer flavored milk? Ewwwww
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Make sure you are getting a 2:1 ratio of carbs/proteins in grams.. so an ON scoop is 24g, you should be putting in roughly 48g of fast carbs (sugar).
I use to do this and get almost 100g of carbs in the form of either malto or waxy maize. That's a ton of carbs!

I stopped doing this awhile ago and probably get only about 35 grams of carbs while still getting 50g of protein PWO shake. Have not noticed a difference.
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