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I'm currently sitting here with a second surgery on my shoulder. First time was labrum tear and second was latarjet. I can say with 100% confidence drinking this will not help heal your rotator cuff. You posted this in 2013 and it is 3 years later, if you haven't seen a specialist and it hasn't given you problems th… see more I'm currently sitting here with a second surgery on my shoulder. First time was labrum tear and second was latarjet. I can say with 100% confidence drinking this will not help heal your rotator cuff. You posted this in 2013 and it is 3 years later, if you haven't seen a specialist and it hasn't given you problems that you are one lucky SOB. If it's still giving you problems, see a specialist or do PT. You probably need surgery depending on the tear. You don't want to live with that un-repaired the rest of your life haha. see less I'm currently sitting here with a second surgery on my shoulder. First time was labrum tear and second was latarjet. I can say with 100% confidence drinking this will not help heal your rotator cuff. You posted this in 2013 and it is 3 years later, if you haven't seen a specialist and it hasn't given you problems that you are one lucky SOB. If it's still giving you problems, see a specialist or do PT. You probably need surgery depending on the tear. You don't want to live with that un-repaired the rest of your life haha.
mdigiorgio35
· September 21, 2016
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2lbs = 29 servings. Roughly, 5 days/week with a 4 week month is about 20 servings (excluding weekends). That leaves you with roughly 9 servings for the month left. I work out everyday but only take a shake after a workout. 2 lbs lasts me about a month. 5 lbs = 75 servings. For me, a 5 lb tub would easily be 2 months ma… see more 2lbs = 29 servings. Roughly, 5 days/week with a 4 week month is about 20 servings (excluding weekends). That leaves you with roughly 9 servings for the month left. I work out everyday but only take a shake after a workout. 2 lbs lasts me about a month. 5 lbs = 75 servings. For me, a 5 lb tub would easily be 2 months maybe 2.5. If you plan on staying with ON, it's more cost-effective to purchase the 5 lb tub depending on the vendor. Hope this helps. see less 2lbs = 29 servings. Roughly, 5 days/week with a 4 week month is about 20 servings (excluding weekends). That leaves you with roughly 9 servings for the month left. I work out everyday but only take a shake after a workout. 2 lbs lasts me about a month. 5 lbs = 75 servings. For me, a 5 lb tub would easily be 2 months maybe 2.5. If you plan on staying with ON, it's more cost-effective to purchase the 5 lb tub depending on the vendor. Hope this helps.
Ted K.
· January 14, 2014
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If you lift weights and are simultaneously cutting weight and trying not to lose too much muscle along with the fat, then absolutely yes. I'd even say substituting out other calories for a couple scoops of this a day is almost mandatory on a weight cut for lifters trying to maintain strength. You can use this to subs… see more If you lift weights and are simultaneously cutting weight and trying not to lose too much muscle along with the fat, then absolutely yes. I'd even say substituting out other calories for a couple scoops of this a day is almost mandatory on a weight cut for lifters trying to maintain strength. You can use this to substantially raise the % of your calories you're getting from protein so that you eat enough protein while eating fewer total calories. One scoop of this stuff is 120 calories and 24 grams of protein. That's 96 calories from protein our of 120 total, a massive 80%. see less If you lift weights and are simultaneously cutting weight and trying not to lose too much muscle along with the fat, then absolutely yes. I'd even say substituting out other calories for a couple scoops of this a day is almost mandatory on a weight cut for lifters trying to maintain strength. You can use this to substantially raise the % of your calories you're getting from protein so that you eat enough protein while eating fewer total calories. One scoop of this stuff is 120 calories and 24 grams of protein. That's 96 calories from protein our of 120 total, a massive 80%.
tqwert1
· August 1, 2019
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After you open it and take out the scoop, close the container an shake it up and down for about 10 seconds, it will fluff back up to about 3/4 full.
Charles
· February 22, 2019
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Yes, you can lose weight and build muscle at the same time as long as you are taking in enough protein and stay in a caloric deficit at the same time. It's almost impossible to do this without taking in protein power as a protein supplement.
Chris95
· December 1, 2019
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Eating more protein will not make you bulk up. Eating, lifting heavy and resting will bulk you up. This is ideal for eating after your run. You should also eat some sugar (like tossing a handful of M&M's into the blender) to replenish your glycogen. Another good idea is to have some of their casein protein right be… see more Eating more protein will not make you bulk up. Eating, lifting heavy and resting will bulk you up. This is ideal for eating after your run. You should also eat some sugar (like tossing a handful of M&M's into the blender) to replenish your glycogen. Another good idea is to have some of their casein protein right before you go to bed. Whey is good first thing in the morning and after a workout (it is fast digesting) and casein is good before bed. see less Eating more protein will not make you bulk up. Eating, lifting heavy and resting will bulk you up. This is ideal for eating after your run. You should also eat some sugar (like tossing a handful of M&M's into the blender) to replenish your glycogen. Another good idea is to have some of their casein protein right before you go to bed. Whey is good first thing in the morning and after a workout (it is fast digesting) and casein is good before bed.
Thomas
· May 26, 2014
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I had a canister from 2 years ago that was put away after knee surgery. I stopped working out but have recently gotten back into it and I'm using the old tub - it says it expired this March but as of 2 months ago, I have gained 8lbs of muscle and lost a considerable amount of fat using this protein with crossfit. I w… see more I had a canister from 2 years ago that was put away after knee surgery. I stopped working out but have recently gotten back into it and I'm using the old tub - it says it expired this March but as of 2 months ago, I have gained 8lbs of muscle and lost a considerable amount of fat using this protein with crossfit. I would wager that the expiration dates are more of an accountability waiver than anything. see less I had a canister from 2 years ago that was put away after knee surgery. I stopped working out but have recently gotten back into it and I'm using the old tub - it says it expired this March but as of 2 months ago, I have gained 8lbs of muscle and lost a considerable amount of fat using this protein with crossfit. I would wager that the expiration dates are more of an accountability waiver than anything.
Toby Garcia
· August 21, 2014
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I started lifting about five months ago. Three weeks in I plateaued, and after tracking my diet I realized I was only getting about 20-40g of protein a day. That's plenty for a sedentary person to stay healthy, but not enough to build muscle quickly. I started taking ON and started seeing linear progression for the nex… see more I started lifting about five months ago. Three weeks in I plateaued, and after tracking my diet I realized I was only getting about 20-40g of protein a day. That's plenty for a sedentary person to stay healthy, but not enough to build muscle quickly. I started taking ON and started seeing linear progression for the next three months, even while on a cut. While I'm no longer seeing linear progression (cuts suck), I'm still gaining strength just more slowly now that I don't have a much of a fat reserve to make up the difference.
I've successfully lost 15 lbs so far. Meanwhile, my lifts have gone from barely being able to move the bar to over 135 for all the major lifts (squats and deadlifts are over 200). While that's not an impressive amount of strength gain over five months, I've been eating at a deficit the entire time so I needed a huge amount of protein to keep my body from cannibalizing muscle to make up the difference. Protein supplements like ON make it much easier to get such a high amount of protein while still eating a restricted calorie diet. see less
I started lifting about five months ago. Three weeks in I plateaued, and after tracking my diet I realized I was only getting about 20-40g of protein a day. That's plenty for a sedentary person to stay healthy, but not enough to build muscle quickly. I started taking ON and started seeing linear progression for the next three months, even while on a cut. While I'm no longer seeing linear progression (cuts suck), I'm still gaining strength just more slowly now that I don't have a much of a fat reserve to make up the difference.
I've successfully lost 15 lbs so far. Meanwhile, my lifts have gone from barely being able to move the bar to over 135 for all the major lifts (squats and deadlifts are over 200). While that's not an impressive amount of strength gain over five months, I've been eating at a deficit the entire time so I needed a huge amount of protein to keep my body from cannibalizing muscle to make up the difference. Protein supplements like ON make it much easier to get such a high amount of protein while still eating a restricted calorie diet.

Dale F. Rice
· April 27, 2016
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Only being in a calorie deficit will help with weight loss. No type of food or supplement can magically help unfortunately. Protein is good for muscle repair
Michaela
· November 26, 2019
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436mg
richard
· January 27, 2016