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  1. selfcritical is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/15/2008 1:54pm


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    Milk on workout recovery

    Some quotage that caught my eye

    From Ripptoe (of SS)
    http://strengthmill.net/forum/showthread.php?t=431


    "There is no substitute for milk. Sorry."

    "Milk is quite literally better than steroids for a novice lifter to grow on, and no supplement produces the same effect."

    "It is because over thirty years of direct observation has demonstrated to me that when trainees drink one gallon of milk added to their regular diet and train in a progressive linear fashion, they gain significant muscular bodyweight, and those that do not drink their milk, even in the presence of progressive linear training, fail to do this. They also fail to continue progressive linear training for the same length of time, because this is facilitated by the steady weight gain. I understand that you're asking me if I have controlled for other factors such as failure to do the program correctly, and the answer is yes, of course I have, because I am not a complete idiot. Those that will not do the program are not being considered when I make these remarks, because that would be too <edit> obvious a hole in my analysis. The difference in the milk drinkers is that THEY GET BIGGER THAN THE ONES WHO WON'T DRINK THE <edit> MILK. Please tell me that you understand this now."

    Most of my search-fu revealed debate over milk making you dead or not, didn't see much about performance-related claims my first pass over(i'm at work, so I didn't use a fine-tooth comb)
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    Posted On:
    3/15/2008 3:14pm

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    I've seen whole milk in many wieght-gain programs, form its high fat and protein level. I for one have always used it because I'm a real sucker for milk, and it is always readily available. I've also used it in various protein mixes.
  3. Yohan is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/15/2008 3:39pm


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    I think it's definitely valid. Let's face it though . . . milk is just a source of protein and good fats, and a calorie dense food if you are drinking whole milk. You can get that protein and fat from another source just as easily. If you like milk and enjoy drinking it, I highly recommend drinking it. Personally, I would rather get that nutrition from somewhere else.

    The only advantage I can REALLY see regarding milk over other sources is that milk has a high level of availability because it's a liquid, so more of it is going to be absorbed by your body and it will get absorbed quicker.
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    Posted On:
    3/15/2008 3:40pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by prezbuluskey
    I've also used it in various protein mixes.
    Which is just damn delicious. 2 scoops of a good chocolate protein powder in whole milk makes a delicious, creamy, chocolatey beverage.

    Love it.
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    Posted On:
    3/16/2008 2:03am


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    A lot of the initial statements seem overinflated to me, but I can understand they're trying to express how awesome milk is. It digests pretty easily I'd guess and you can drink it faster than it takes to chew a steak and stuff. Most people use milk as the base for their whey shakes too.

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