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[iHerb.com] Musclepharm - Muscletech Products 30% + 22% + Additonal discount + Free Shipping

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Musclepharm - Muscletech Products 30% + 22% + Additonal discount + Free Shipping

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September 25, 2018
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iHerb.com
iHerb is having a 22% off on Sports Nutrition today only.
They also have 30% off MT and MP products which stacks on top of it. There are also additional discounts when you buy a product in multiple as well.
Also free shipping available for up to 4lbs.

If you are looking at pre workouts, Musclepharm Wreckage is excellent.

MP: https://ca.iherb.com/c/musclepharm?rank=1&sr=1
MT: https://ca.iherb.com/c/muscletech?rank=0
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Jul 10, 2017
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the code for 22% off is 22SPORTS

before anyone asks.
Jr. Member
Feb 8, 2011
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Just bought 5.5 lbs whey, preworkout and protein bars for $64 tax and duties included.

Pretty good deal if you're looking to stock up on preworkout or protein powders.
[OP]
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polarbearx wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 2:50 pm
the code for 22% off is 22SPORTS

before anyone asks.
yes sorry for not mentionning
the code was added automatically for me
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Aug 15, 2013
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Anyone knows how does this isolate compare with Kaizen naturals and Myprotein?
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dundeal wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 3:45 pm
Anyone knows how does this isolate compare with Kaizen naturals and Myprotein?
Protein is protein, doesn't matter what you take.
If talking about taste, MP and MT are usually on point with their flavoring, much better than Kaizen.
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dundeal wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 3:45 pm
Anyone knows how does this isolate compare with Kaizen naturals and Myprotein?
https://labdoor.com/rankings/protein

Musclepharm products are pretty low in the rankings. Myprotein is cheaper and nutritionally better.

For protein bars:
https://labdoor.com/rankings/protein-bars

If you are looking for protein bars, get premier protein. They are available at costco, have a whopping 30 grams per bar (almost every other bar has only 20 grams per bar), and are sold at 15 bars for 18 dollars. Also better nutritional value and safety compared to musclepharm bars.

It should also be mentioned that these products are intended as supplements for people looking to condition their body, along with exercise. If a sedentary person eats a lot of protein, their body likely wont use the protein for muscle growth and the protein will likely instead be converted and stored as fat.
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Oct 17, 2009
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Holy moses this deal is insane. 4 preworkout pacs for 44 bucks? That's 125 servings :|
Thanks OP!

Also, I'd HIGHLY suggest shipping everything one by one, using free shipping if you'd like to not pay duties. Keep the individual items under 20 bucks, and you'll be just fine :)
Last edited by MikoWilson on Sep 24th, 2018 4:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Madevilz wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 3:52 pm
Protein is protein, doesn't matter what you take.
If talking about taste, MP and MT are usually on point with their flavoring, much better than Kaizen.
i find muscle tech to be pretty bad at mixing however, with muscle pharm ive never had a problem.
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killerradar1 wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 3:53 pm
For protein bars:
https://labdoor.com/rankings/protein-bars

If you are looking for protein bars, get premier protein. They are available at costco, have a whopping 30 grams per bar (almost every other bar has only 20 grams per bar), and are sold at 15 bars for 18 dollars. Also better nutritional value and safety compared to musclepharm bars.
Premier protein bars use soy protein isolate as the primary ingredient, so this is debatable
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Madevilz wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 3:52 pm

Protein is protein, doesn't matter what you take.
If talking about taste, MP and MT are usually on point with their flavoring, much better than Kaizen.
Brands differ though, a bunch were tested including muscle tech which didn't rank that great:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Fitness/commen ... t_results/

I personally go with 10lb myprotein bags. Best bang for buck.

Pyro wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 4:48 pm
Premier protein bars use soy protein isolate as the primary ingredient, so this is debatable
What's wrong with soy protein?
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Pyro wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 4:48 pm
Premier protein bars use soy protein isolate as the primary ingredient, so this is debatable
better nutritional value per bar as described on labdoor, the independent company that tests supplements. They may be wrong, but little to no other sources can give us a better detailed breakdown.

I'm not sure where you got soy protein as the primary ingredient, since I couldn't find anything on it (anecdotal). Please provide me the source. Also, nutritional wellness depends on more than just the protein source, but rather the amount, and other impurities and ingredients as well.
Let's ignore all that other stuff and just compare the protein. Worst case, it provides you 30 grams of soy protein vs 20 grams of whey protein everywhere else. The general consensus on the web is that 20 grams of whey protein are likely better 20 grams of soy protein, but trying to prove 20 grams of whey protein are better than 30 grams of soy protein is a task best left for madmen.
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Can anybody recommend a good creatine and preworkout to buy with any additional codes to use? Thanks!
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killerradar1 wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 6:12 pm
better nutritional value per bar as described on labdoor, the independent company that tests supplements. They may be wrong, but little to no other sources can give us a better detailed breakdown.

I'm not sure where you got soy protein as the primary ingredient, since I couldn't find anything on it (anecdotal). Please provide me the source. Also, nutritional wellness depends on more than just the protein source, but rather the amount, and other impurities and ingredients as well.
Let's ignore all that other stuff and just compare the protein. Worst case, it provides you 30 grams of soy protein vs 20 grams of whey protein everywhere else. The general consensus on the web is that 20 grams of whey protein are likely better 20 grams of soy protein, but trying to prove 20 grams of whey protein are better than 30 grams of soy protein is a task best left for madmen.
Its the first item on the ingredients list, which would imply it is in the highest concentration. We can't tell any more than that, but I can almost guarantee there is a small fraction of whey.
There is nothing really wrong with soy protein, and its actually nice it has gelatin as well (improve tendon strength). But the whole reason they use these ingredients is that they are far far cheaper than whey protein.
IMO would be good to mix them up, unless you want the absolute cheapest source.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-29591-4
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10. ... 013.793580
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U guys paying for shipping from the USA or am i on the wrong website

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