JohnBarleycorn wrote:I don't supplement protein at all. And I am very well muscled. I believe athletes can get enough protein from a normal, healthy, whole food diet. I think Dave Noisy and I are in agreement with this. I am still gaining muscle, as I get back to my old fitness. Whole foods seem to work for me ! :lol:
JP wrote:but for honestys sake it has to be said that Dave Noisy has not produced any other evidence apart from anecdotal and some guru advice to back up his really low protein intake experiment.
Dave Noisy wrote:Read my log, i'm out-sprinting the sprinters at the track. That takes muscle, which i wouldn't have if i weren't getting sufficient amounts of protein.
ninearms wrote:Dave Noisy wrote:Read my log, i'm out-sprinting the sprinters at the track. That takes muscle, which i wouldn't have if i weren't getting sufficient amounts of protein.
Have you not considered the possibility you might have got better at sprinting? You know, those things called technical improvements, CNS efficiency and strength endurance...An increase in power is not dependent on an increase in muscle mass.
Dave Noisy wrote:If i were lifting, i'd be doing PB's regularly. Would that really be occurring if i were deficient in protein?
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