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    Bulk supplements for a high school

    My local high school is revamping it's strength/conditioning class and I was wondering if there was any place to buy "bulk" whey protein? Or even better, if there was a place/program/grant where a high school might get it at a reduced cost? I'm just guessing, but across 2-3 classes there's probably like 60-70 kids.
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    Originally Posted by Chevy454 View Post
    My local high school is revamping it's strength/conditioning class and I was wondering if there was any place to buy "bulk" whey protein? Or even better, if there was a place/program/grant where a high school might get it at a reduced cost? I'm just guessing, but across 2-3 classes there's probably like 60-70 kids.
    Brands like MyProtein & Muscletech are great for your wallet.
    We do have bulk protein (8-10lbs) that are discounted to save you $$
    Our Nitrotech Gold is 30% off for a 8lbs and it stacks with other deals (free shaker, shipping, etc...)

    If you happen to be in GA, then I wouldn't mind visiting your school and personally donating
    Coincidentally was reached out by a school for your exact situation last week..
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    Above is good advice, but I'd argue that you're almost doing the kids a disservice pimping powdered food on them. It can create a situation where they believe that powdered food is necessary where it's simply calories and macros like any other form of food.

    It may be better to teach them proper nutrition and to eat their parents' food. I used to bring an Igloo cooler of food to school every day with sandwiches, leftovers from the night before, fruit, chips, etc, etc, etc.
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