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  1. Gyms in Hamilton

    First Place Fitness on Te Rapa straight is good, good amount of free weights and machines. Always doing deals on memberships and its 24hr
  2. Just had Carls Jnr open here in Hamilton so out of curiosity I jumped online to check their nutrition stats cause I had they were bad but holy heck :shock: http://www.carlsjr.co.nz/files/documents/carl-s-jr-nutritional-pamphlet-new/ Anyone fancy a Super Deluxe Breakfast Platter with 112g of fat?
  3. Hey guys any feedback on this periodized plan for rugby training? http://www.centralwest.rugbynet.com.au/verve/_resources/Strength_Training_for_Rugby_Union_-_The_General_Preparation_Phase.pdf I know its a bit to digest but the main aspect im interested in feedback on is the exercise selection, reps/sets and rest periods for each phase; Plan starts on page 11 Hypertrophy Strength Power Have taken this season off due to new baby but wanting to hit next season in good shape
  4. Supplement Advice

    Agree with dropping the glutamine...no real evidence that it improves recovery. Best supps to get are: Whey Creatine Mono Multi Fish Oil Pre Workout
  5. Has anyone used either of the above to 'bulk' up their shakes and get some more carbs/cals in? I have been doing the oats thing for a while but my blender doesn't do the greatest job and thought R Bubbles or C Flakes would mix/blend easier. Both have about 80g of CHO per 100g and about 2-8g of sugar. Thoughts??
  6. 30grams of whey = how much mls?

    US tablespoon: 1 tablespoon of water weighs 14.79 grams 1 tablespoon of table salt weighs 18.25 grams 1 tablespoon of butter weighs 14.19 grams 1 tablespoon of oil (canola or soy) weighs 13.62 grams 1 tablespoon of sugar (granulated) weighs 12.5 grams 1 tablespoon of sugar (brown) weighs 13.8 grams (packed) Going off this I'd say 2 tablespoons will be about 30g.
  7. PES Anabeta

    Anyone used it before?
  8. Mutant Whey

    The Mutant Whey amino acid profile is based on "Per Serving when used as suggested" They suggest to use 2 x 36g scoops as serve - in other words you have to halve the figures to get what is in one 36g scoop. This means there is only 1.3g of isoleucine in each 36g scoop. Whereas the Balance has 1.6g of isoleucine in only a 30g scoop, or 1.9g per 36g if you wanted to compare it to a Mutant Whey scoop.
  9. Mutant Whey

    Agreed, people need to start reading nutrition labels as opposed to what is written across the front. The front might say 50g of protein per serve, but the serve could be like 80g and you only get half a dozen in the tub.
  10. Woah crazy

    Totally agree, the media loves this kind of stuff. They see a BB'er giving someone something before they train and immediately plant the seed that this was what caused it. It is just like the whole DMAA thing earlier in the year.
  11. Woah crazy

    :shock: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/7901652 ... -gym-death
  12. Cellmass and Creatine mono question

    Don't need a break, or to load. Just need 5g daily.
  13. New Zealand made supplements

    I think Horleys, TnT and Balance are NZ made, correct me if im wrong however. Just become a label reader as opposed to paying attention to marketing like you are doing. What products are you looking into...protein, creatine, preworkout?
  14. Scam Site?

    Thanks for the tips mate
  15. Scam Site?

    Hey ppl has anyone purchased shoes through this site before? They seem a bit too cheap. http://www.freerunbox.com/