Just for some general information about myself.
I have recently started going gym and trying to improve my nutrition aswell.
In my diet I am trying to fit chicken twice a day + a fruit + nuts.
Now my main question, I am drinking Maximuscle Promax for protein after workout. I dont get any aching next day compared to my previous failure attempts at gyming. I feel im not getting any muscle ache because of all the protein in my diet....
Does this mean that the amount of protein I am taking is enough?
I am planning to buy some protein bars each with 50gms of protein... will it be necessary to add to my diet? or good or bad, or not make a difference.
Thread: Right amount of protein
01-24-2013, 03:16 PM #1
Right amount of protein
01-24-2013, 03:22 PM #2
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