How to Shop Smart for Supplements
March 6, 2017 (No Comments) by Andy Leech

“I never take supplements, like, imagine taking drugs just to be better at sports and stuff.”

How many times have you heard something like this? How many times have you struggled to restrain yourself from lashing out, both verbally and physically, when you hear this nonsense? There seems to be a real ignorance when it comes to the taking of supplements. They are not scary. They are not illegal. Throwing a couple of scoops of protein into water does not make you Lance Armstrong.

how-to-shop-smart-for-supplements

Although there is a certain element of the distribution of sports supplements that can indeed be compared with the world of drugs. The serious amounts of profit being made. Walk into that health shop in your local town, and prepare to be shocked and appalled by the prices you’ll see.

“Surely there’s a cheaper way?”, I hear you cry. We at the Sharpe believe you deserve that little vain on your bicep, and you shouldn’t have to sell a lung to afford it. Here are a few quality supplement product, and how to get them cheap.

Whey Gold Standard Protein – Optimum Nutrition

Want to feel cool in the changing rooms after a gym session? Well, why not leave your towel at home, stand butt-naked on front of a few of your fellow gym-bros, and shake that protein like your life depends on it.

But putting aesthetics aside for just a minute, taking protein supplements soon after a heavy gym session can help repair damaged muscles, and encourage muscle-growth.

whey-gold-standard-protein-optimum-nutrition

Where to buy?

The same may be said for most of the products here, but for the love of God, don’t buy this in the shops. Get yourself online, as this stuff is going very cheap. This protein can be bought on OptimumNutrition.ie for less than 30 quid, for a whopping 908 grams of the stuff.

Protein Bars

Talking about looking cool, check out these bad boys. When you walk into your canteen at work, choose where you want to sit very carefully. Because if you sit beside some lad who’s munching on a Mars bar, you can really establish yourself as a big dog when you whip out a protein bar. Oh who’s a healthy boy? You are! You are!

chef-robert-irvine-fortifx-fit

Where to buy?

The way to get the best value here is to buy in bulk. Sure, you can stroll into Tesco and buy many different kinds of protein bars individually, but you really are mugging yourself off.

Our number one recommendation for a quality source of protein bars are Chef Robert Irvine FortiFx Fit, they offer you the best value with a dozen costing only €31.99. Nice.

Aloe Vera Gel

This might be a contentious one. We all know that guy who was once a regular enough kind of fellow, but overnight became obsessed with Aloe Vera. Where before, you might have had a chat with him about the football or the weather, now he won’t stop showing you his “gut”. Or where it used to be, at least.

These guys usually work for Forever Living and while they claim to have the dream job, from the outside, it looks like they’re most likely caught up in some bizarre pyramid scheme/cult. But even some people who aren’t crazy, swear by this stuff. It’s packed with vitamins, it hydrates your skin, and just makes you feel generally more energetic.

aloe-vera-gel

Where to buy?

Ironically, buying from these Forever Living agents seems to be the cheapest way to get a hold of this stuff. So why not take advantage of your mate’s new “job”. Just don’t let him brainwash you.

Pre-Workout Supplements

The gym can be an intimidating place. What with the huge men screaming at their reflections in the mirror and the tiny women bending themselves in unnatural ways. Where do these people get their energy from? It must be cocaine. Is it cocaine?

Nah, it isn’t cocaine. Well, most the time it isn’t, anyway. It is becoming more and more popular to take some pre-workout supplements. They provide energy and lots of it. You can be that guy screaming, tossing his weights around.

pre-workout-supplements

Where to buy?

Well, you can usually get this stuff down dark alleyways, in nightclub toilets or even off a handy rickshaw driver. Oh wait, are we still talking about pre-workout? Oh. Ahem.

The best place to buy PRE-WORKOUT is on a website called myprotein.ie. They also provide you with the option to buy in bulk, which can really save you money in the long run.

Buying health and sport supplements can be tricky. But if you have a bit of time, I’d love to tell you more about Aloe Vera gel. Here, look at my gut.

Where are you going?

Andy Leech
Writes about sport and the general idiocy of the human race. Once read a George Orwell book and now understands life.

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How to Shop Smart for Supplements
March 6, 2017 (No Comments) by Andy Leech

“I never take supplements, like, imagine taking drugs just to be better at sports and stuff.”

How many times have you heard something like this? How many times have you struggled to restrain yourself from lashing out, both verbally and physically, when you hear this nonsense? There seems to be a real ignorance when it comes to the taking of supplements. They are not scary. They are not illegal. Throwing a couple of scoops of protein into water does not make you Lance Armstrong.

how-to-shop-smart-for-supplements

Although there is a certain element of the distribution of sports supplements that can indeed be compared with the world of drugs. The serious amounts of profit being made. Walk into that health shop in your local town, and prepare to be shocked and appalled by the prices you’ll see.

“Surely there’s a cheaper way?”, I hear you cry. We at the Sharpe believe you deserve that little vain on your bicep, and you shouldn’t have to sell a lung to afford it. Here are a few quality supplement product, and how to get them cheap.

Whey Gold Standard Protein – Optimum Nutrition

Want to feel cool in the changing rooms after a gym session? Well, why not leave your towel at home, stand butt-naked on front of a few of your fellow gym-bros, and shake that protein like your life depends on it.

But putting aesthetics aside for just a minute, taking protein supplements soon after a heavy gym session can help repair damaged muscles, and encourage muscle-growth.

whey-gold-standard-protein-optimum-nutrition

Where to buy?

The same may be said for most of the products here, but for the love of God, don’t buy this in the shops. Get yourself online, as this stuff is going very cheap. This protein can be bought on OptimumNutrition.ie for less than 30 quid, for a whopping 908 grams of the stuff.

Protein Bars

Talking about looking cool, check out these bad boys. When you walk into your canteen at work, choose where you want to sit very carefully. Because if you sit beside some lad who’s munching on a Mars bar, you can really establish yourself as a big dog when you whip out a protein bar. Oh who’s a healthy boy? You are! You are!

chef-robert-irvine-fortifx-fit

Where to buy?

The way to get the best value here is to buy in bulk. Sure, you can stroll into Tesco and buy many different kinds of protein bars individually, but you really are mugging yourself off.

Our number one recommendation for a quality source of protein bars are Chef Robert Irvine FortiFx Fit, they offer you the best value with a dozen costing only €31.99. Nice.

Aloe Vera Gel

This might be a contentious one. We all know that guy who was once a regular enough kind of fellow, but overnight became obsessed with Aloe Vera. Where before, you might have had a chat with him about the football or the weather, now he won’t stop showing you his “gut”. Or where it used to be, at least.

These guys usually work for Forever Living and while they claim to have the dream job, from the outside, it looks like they’re most likely caught up in some bizarre pyramid scheme/cult. But even some people who aren’t crazy, swear by this stuff. It’s packed with vitamins, it hydrates your skin, and just makes you feel generally more energetic.

aloe-vera-gel

Where to buy?

Ironically, buying from these Forever Living agents seems to be the cheapest way to get a hold of this stuff. So why not take advantage of your mate’s new “job”. Just don’t let him brainwash you.

Pre-Workout Supplements

The gym can be an intimidating place. What with the huge men screaming at their reflections in the mirror and the tiny women bending themselves in unnatural ways. Where do these people get their energy from? It must be cocaine. Is it cocaine?

Nah, it isn’t cocaine. Well, most the time it isn’t, anyway. It is becoming more and more popular to take some pre-workout supplements. They provide energy and lots of it. You can be that guy screaming, tossing his weights around.

pre-workout-supplements

Where to buy?

Well, you can usually get this stuff down dark alleyways, in nightclub toilets or even off a handy rickshaw driver. Oh wait, are we still talking about pre-workout? Oh. Ahem.

The best place to buy PRE-WORKOUT is on a website called myprotein.ie. They also provide you with the option to buy in bulk, which can really save you money in the long run.

Buying health and sport supplements can be tricky. But if you have a bit of time, I’d love to tell you more about Aloe Vera gel. Here, look at my gut.

Where are you going?

Andy Leech
Writes about sport and the general idiocy of the human race. Once read a George Orwell book and now understands life.

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