Exactly what the title states, what do you guys (and gals
) think is the best protein shake to drink? I'm looking for what you've heard professionally and what your opinions are, I've heard about Isopure, Mass quantities and a few others.
I'm 18, about 6'1", normally 170 lbs. (175-177 lbs. on creatine right now), I lift 6 days a week (push, pull, legs) and play racquetball 1-2 hours each lifting day.
Right now I'm trying to get more cut (specifically my abs), but I am not willing to go on a diet and lose muscle to do it. Cut the carbs down right, what should I eat with low carbs?
I eat as often as I can but living off campus (go to UT) and my classes are really against me, I have become acustomed to making food ahead of time and towing it around in my backpack. I would say I get in around 5-6 meals/snacks a day (not the most healthy right now but I'm working on it). I ran out of protein shakes a few weeks ago but plan on buying more after I get some recommendations. I know that vegetables are lacking in my diet but I don't get to the store much for fresh greens.
bowl of oatmeal (quaker oats flavored stuff)
dried fruit and raisins (about 1/2 cup)
trail mix (1/2 cup), soon protein shake also
tuna with mustard and pickles, usually mixed with 1/2 cup rice
maybe another bowl of oatmeal or something (usually my bad time of the day to start snacking on bad stuff
soon to be protein shake, right now alternating between PB&J sandwiches and tuna and rice
dried fruit, trail mix, raisins, soon to be dinner, eating tuna or something else high protein.
I should go out and buy some chicken breasts or something but considering I'm on a low budget I can't really afford them every night.
Any help guys would be great
Thanks ahead of time,