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performance powders

Eduardo Slabofvic
3:28:01 PM
On 22/12/2009 MisterGribble wrote:
>Andy Pollitt lived on a diet of beer, fags, egg on toast ('you don't even
>need a plate!') and Cherry Ripes and he led 32's.

Where as you live on a diet of brown ale, mince pies, mushy peas, black puddings, and eee-by-goom. What does that make you lead?

3:55:37 PM
On 22/12/2009 Eduardo Slabofvic wrote:
>Where as you live on a diet of brown ale, mince pies, mushy peas, black
>puddings, and eee-by-goom. What does that make you lead?

Are you talking about me or Don Whillans?

BTW - you missed out the Kippers

Eduardo Slabofvic
4:59:38 PM
I'll make sure you get an extra serving of Kippers next time.
1:24:51 PM
Save your cash, for a good protien fix after bouldering climbing etc try this, 250ml of cheapest no fat uht milk you can buy, 30 grams of skim milk powder and add 1 or 2 teaspoons of milo for taste. Can get all of this at aldi very cheap. This will give you similar protein benefits of all those bullshit overpriced protein powders. Good for building and repairing muscles when strength training.

2:45:10 PM
Would crack count as a "performance powder"?

3:01:31 PM
On 13/01/2010 Miguel75 wrote:
>Would crack count as a "performance powder"?

Crack doesn't come as a powder, so the answer is no.

Cocaine, on the other hand....
8:11:29 PM
someone knows there stuff. lol
depends what you call crack because crack is actually crack cocaine which is a smokeable form of cocaine, 100% pure actually.
so yes it could be a performance powder if your that way inclined tho i would advise not to be as it'll drag you down hill very fast.

8:48:06 PM
even though i'm not a lad ;-)
some of this might be useful - you can download factsheets:
12:09:13 PM
Chocolate milk vs 'Surge' post workout drink...

2:31:16 PM
There was a great article in Mountain years ago where Mike Graham is questioned about drugs. His reply from memory was shooting up adrenalin made him jittery and LSD was fun but made it hard to concentrate.

I think the main benefit from dietry supplements is two fold. First it means you are probally ingesting nutrient/energy efficiently and at the right times and following on knowing you are doing everything is very confidence boosting. That said the direct benefit is only going to be achieved if you are doing everything else.

These days I sometimes supplement my diet with food.

6:31:27 PM
So seriously, what is a balanced diet? The protein equation earlier was helpful, what about carbo and all
the other stuff?

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