I usually HATE protein bars but I thought i’d give these a try seeing as they’re quite healthy and gluten free.
THEY. ARE. AMAZING!
I got the Banana Nut Muffin and Chocolate Brownie Flavour and both are great. But the Banana Nut was out of this world!
I microwaved it for 20 secs and it was HEAVEN! I have never tasted anything so good! It was like eating warm banana bread but better 0_0 (I didn’t even think THAT was possible ashgsdfdyags)
20g of protein
25g of carbs
5g of fat
Hardly any ingredients….it’s amazing. If you haven’t tried it…TRY IT!!!!!!!!!!
Get ready for April ladies and gents :p
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What ilifthereforeiam said is really the best option to be honest. I bought my entire weightlifting set for under £300. Thats cheaper than a years worth of gym membership O_o
To top that…if you decide to take weightlifting seriously and IF you have the space at home to lift safely…you really have no excuse since buying the equipment is actually cheaper in the long run (unless you have a super awesome gym that has all the equipment you need, is not crowded and doesn’t have creepers lol…you’re lucky…I have yet to find one…hence why I lift at home in my dungeon…i’m a loner)
Equipment list (to get you started…depends on what you can afford really…this is what I have (essential to me) and it was quite cheap)
• Squat rack
• Barbell (Olympic - 20kg)
• 140kg worth of plates (x2 20kg plates…essential for the deadlifts)
Other stuff I have (that I didn’t buy all together with the above but are handy to have)
• Bowflex Dumbbells
• 20kg weighted vest
• Oly shoes/converse
• Chalk + wraps (wrist)
• Rubber mat (as a temporary barrier till I can make my own proper flooring)
If you can get it straight away…get a power rack!
If anyone wants to add anything to this post, message it and i’ll do an edit below.
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