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    First post. I been using Dymatize ISO 100 whey per suggestion of GMC. I’m about 6’3 but about 155. I attribute that to being a long distance runner for many years. I’ve been trying to get stronger for my golf tour events. I’ve especially put a lot of emphasis on arms, shoulders, back and core as those take the most beating during multiple day tour events. I picked that whey as my stomach can be a bit sensitive which is why I used very easy energy gels during races. So far I been slowly getting stronger and the powder hasn’t messed with me. I formerly used ON Gold Standard years ago. I was wondering if I should keep with ISO or if anyone thought there was another option I should look into for mass gain when I run out of powder soon?

    Sorry if I’m being a noob with my questions.
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    Originally Posted by RVAGuy View Post
    Hey Everyone,

    First post. I been using Dymatize ISO 100 whey per suggestion of GMC. I’m about 6’3 but about 155. I attribute that to being a long distance runner for many years. I’ve been trying to get stronger for my golf tour events. I’ve especially put a lot of emphasis on arms, shoulders, back and core as those take the most beating during multiple day tour events. I picked that whey as my stomach can be a bit sensitive which is why I used very easy energy gels during races. So far I been slowly getting stronger and the powder hasn’t messed with me. I formerly used ON Gold Standard years ago. I was wondering if I should keep with ISO or if anyone thought there was another option I should look into for mass gain when I run out of powder soon?

    Sorry if I’m being a noob with my questions.
    Protein powder is just that - a form of protein. It’s not anabolic muscle fertiliser.
    You’ll gain weight/add size by consuming an overall caloric surplus for the day (I.e. more calories in than you burn off).
    With this in mind, your choice of protein powder should be one you can stomach well, is in your price range and from a trusted brand.
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    Originally Posted by RVAGuy View Post
    Hey Everyone,

    First post. I been using Dymatize ISO 100 whey per suggestion of GMC. I’m about 6’3 but about 155. I attribute that to being a long distance runner for many years. I’ve been trying to get stronger for my golf tour events. I’ve especially put a lot of emphasis on arms, shoulders, back and core as those take the most beating during multiple day tour events. I picked that whey as my stomach can be a bit sensitive which is why I used very easy energy gels during races. So far I been slowly getting stronger and the powder hasn’t messed with me. I formerly used ON Gold Standard years ago. I was wondering if I should keep with ISO or if anyone thought there was another option I should look into for mass gain when I run out of powder soon?

    Sorry if I’m being a noob with my questions.
    Since you have stomach issues which may include lactose intolerance or SIBO or something of that nature the ISO isn't a bad choice. Dynamitize ISO 100 is hydrolized so is more filtered than concentrate or isolate. Now, if you aren't lactose intolerant and don't have a reaction to lactose due to SIBO or something similar it probably doesn't matter if you use concentrate, isolate or hydrolysate. So as faipeooiad said, protein powder in that essence is what it is, just get a reputable band since some can have high levels of heavy metals or aren't meeting their dietary claims. So to circle back, if you like your dynamitize iso100 and it works in your budget stick with it.
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    just eat more high protein foods
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    Originally Posted by nickg4 View Post
    just eat more high protein foods
    4 meals a day + 2 snacks!
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    Isolate is generally more expensive because it is goes through additional manufacturing steps. It's also lower in calories. So if you're stomach can tolerate concentrate and because you are not trying to lose weight I'd move to concentrate to save some $$$.
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    Originally Posted by JustinP72 View Post
    Isolate is generally more expensive because it is goes through additional manufacturing steps. It's also lower in calories. So if you're stomach can tolerate concentrate and because you are not trying to lose weight I'd move to concentrate to save some $$$.
    I avoid concentrate because stomach bloating would occur 30 mins after drinking the protein with skim milk!
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    In my opinion, before you start bodybuilding.. get your bloodwork done, get your body fully checked out to make sure that you dont have any underlying issues. It can be a bit expensive but if you're going to take this seriously it's information that can help you in the long run. You will need exactly what to supplement for and no guesswork involved.

    At one point, I was plowing away at the gym for months not gaining any muscle, then I got my bloodwork done... found out my T levels were low. Fixed that, and then the gains started coming.

    Another story... my friend was trying to lose weight but couldn't so he got his stool tested, found out he had a leaky gut and tons of inflammation. Fixed those issues, he dropped 10lbs.
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