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    If I just take the normal whey you get in tescos, how much excercise should I do on a daily basis to make good use of it........and if I don't do enough excercise, would I get fat very quickly?.........

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    and yes...I know nothing about fitness so don't scream at me....
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    wtf is whey?
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    (Original post by puma21)
    wtf is whey?
    http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-2412.aspx
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    Whey is a type of protein supplement, for people trying to get big and buff!
    I think it all depends on your metabolism and the calorie content of the protein, it's always a good rule to only use protein when you're using a workout plan so it doesnt go to waste! xx
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    www.myprotein.co.uk is a whole lot cheaper:
    http://www.myprotein.co.uk/bulk-powd...-whey-protein/
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    you don't need whey because your lack of knowledge leads me to believe you are new to lifting.

    Eat and do the routine- STARTING STRENGTH
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    (Original post by Ryota)
    www.myprotein.co.uk is a whole lot cheaper:
    http://www.myprotein.co.uk/bulk-powd...-whey-protein/
    Check out the supplements code thread in the sticky.

    it is only 16.95 for 2.5kg of protein.
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    (Original post by DR_X)
    If I just take the normal whey you get in tescos, how much excercise should I do on a daily basis to make good use of it........and if I don't do enough excercise, would I get fat very quickly?.........

    Thanks...


    and yes...I know nothing about fitness so don't scream at me....
    You get protein from meat.

    Athletes/bodybuilders take whey protein because 1) it's convenient, 2) additional daily intake of protein.

    Since 1) you know nothing about fitness, 2) you've just started exercising. I would 1) learn about how to exercise, 2) what solid foods to eat to keep a healthy lifestyle then finally after you've done those 2 for a few months, look into whey protein.
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    Whey is food.

    Food like meat.

    Not magical muscle powder.
 
 
 
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