The type of protein (animal, plant) shouldn't really matter, performance-wise. There's around 70,000 known protein species, but they are all made of the same 20 amino acids, just in different arrangements. So, when you ingest any protein, being such large molecules, for the most part, they likely just get broken down into their constituent amino acids. The differences between brands would be in the quality and honesty/purity of the preparations, i.e., when you read the label, does the product actually contain the percentages stated on the label?
Hey Alan,Thanks for the info. In my experience, so many people get worked up about the pre- and post-workout routine and need to just do something!!Keep it up, I like your site.
To get maximum results, take any supplement 2 hours before a work out. I've experimented with the timing, and have discovered that a minimum 2 hours will get the job done.
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Alan! Thanks for info! I've spent a lot of time researching pre- and post workout supplements until i realized that was just trying to put off picking up my lazy bottom and going to the gym :) but now that i am actually working out, i find this info very useful. Keep up the good work!
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