Im actually using the Surge Workout Fuel right now, but the Metabolic Drive stuff doesn't impress me. Ive read too many studies that say that casein-whey mix is wasteful, as the casein dominates the whey because of its long development. I use whey and casein separately instead
Wow, well I probably have a muscle mass advantage at 255 lbs, but those are correct.
Ya, I understand that, I guess I mis-worded that. I meant that I do have a relatively high body fat percentage (compared to most on this site), and, because I am a football player (need to work on my speed), I dont need to add much weight, but still want to transfer some of that fat weight into lean muscle mass. Does that make more sense?
Brian, I dont have them on hand. I guess its just a preference thing really. I feel like using both the micellar casein and whey isolates separately cant hurt, and if some of what I have read is even partly true, there is no reason not to use both of em.
However, I could be completely wrong. I was interested to see that Biotest sells this mix.
Basically, what I have been told in the past is that when taken together, the casein virtually lumps up due to its slow development, blocking the whey. I, however, am a high schooler and have no supplementation background. If you truly think that the combo is worth a try, who am I to say youre wrong?
Basically, is the idea behind the mix that the whey will be immediately distributed and then the casein will maintain that anabolic state?