I've tried a bunch of 100% whey brands throughout the years (not your brand though) and finally settled on EAS's brand. 26g / serving. Basically, every brand is going to trump something they have special in their powder vs the others, but in the end it boiled down to taste for me.
For several years in a row the best selling whey protein product has been Optimum Nutrition's 100% Whey Gold Standard. Lots of good flavors to pick from and very reasonably priced. I always bought it online, GNC and other stores charge waaay too much. More recently I've been buying Muscletech's 5lb bag of whey protein from Sam's Club for only $35 and pretty good results so far.
I've used Optimum Gold Standard Whey before & liked it. Now I'm using Complete Nutrition's house brand - Titan. It is a blend of 5 different proteins - isolate, casein, etc., so I can take it throughout the day & tastes awesome. :koolaid:
Another vote for Optimum Nutrition 100% whey. Been using it for 4-5 years and wouldn't buy anything else.
If I had the money, I'd spring for the "Pro Complex" blend, though. Still made by Optimum Nutrition but combines a fast-digesting protein (like Whey) with slow-digesting proteins (casein, egg, among others) for the best possible post-workout combo for the money, IMO. Can't afford it now, being on a college budget.
Recently went with Dymatize Elite whey.... After it came highly recommended from a few people. Best mixing and best tasting protein I have tried. I can mix up a shake in a blender bottle with no residue.
Let's talk water proof bags.
This year it came time to retire our Rage Powersports waterproof rolling duffle bags. After 8 years of use supporting a family of 4 they finally gave up and said no more. From the looks of it, they no longer make water proof bags which is unfortunate as they were...
Got a new bike for Christmas and couldn’t find any good rack options for the Jeep that weren’t super expensive and/or require removing the rack to get the Jeep in the garage. So I decided to build one. Total cost was around $60. Most of the rack was made from scrap metal I had laying around...
My nephew Seth(18 yrs old) bought a bow this summer thinking he was going to be the Great White Hunter this fall during deer season.
Last week he went out at 4:00 in the afternoon and sat for about 45 min when he shot this 11point buck from 15yards away.
It was only his 3rd time out.
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