Depending on which branch you're going into, training will be pretty damn hard, but that's just because it's boot camp. It will just be a matter of adjusting to the new surroundings and diet. If you're going for Navy or Air Force, it will be a decent challenge. The Army's boot camp is harder, and Marine Corps. boot camp is hell.
Best of luck. You're doing something huge by serving your country. I wish you the best.
Why would there be? You're going to miss all that stuff, I'm sure. Yet as far as your body some how malfunctioning after not using all them supplements...ummmm no. Just make sure you some how, start replacing all the easy cals/protein you got with the whey protein with more whole foods. Hell, my buddy in the Marines. Downs dozens of raw eggs like it's his job.
Yeah, with the amount your taking I doubt there would be any problems. If you had a stack a mile high that you were taking daily you might have some drop off in energy levels or something, but you should be ok. Good luck with basic training!
"Sean, will you get angry if you take that?" (looking at my shitty early 90s Canadian protein powder) "No mom, it's just sort of like condensed milk y'know, just the protein. Like having a couple of eggs or something." "Will it give you bigger muscles?" "Well, I hope so, but it's not like that. It's just protein. There's nothing extra in it." "Maybe we should ask the doctor next time we see him. I don't think you should take this." "Grrrr!" "See! it DOES make you angry!"
Oh yeah, that's my dad too. The first post by me was my mom talking.Here's me and my dad on a Saturday when I was in high school.
Dad: Where you going? Me: I'm going to ride my bike to the gym. Dad: Mow the lawn...that's exercise. Me: OK, but I'm still going to the gym after. Dad: Then we need to move those extra concrete paving stones over to some other damned place. Me: OK...then after that I'll go to the gym. Dad: We didn't have gyms in my day! Me: Yes you did. You just didn't use it.