I dunno how many calories I burn when I workout.
Also I found this:
you're going to add calories to your diet with any high-calorie supplement, make sure you get enough exercise to avoid
putting on fat instead of muscle. This way you can increase lean body
mass while reducing overall fat level, as explained by the President's
Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.
If I work out, it will be muscle. If I do nothing, it will be fat gain. Either way it is a win-win situation, since I am looking skinnier by the minute
I was so used to the somewhat curvier figure I gained with those 4lbs lost and the inch of booty lost.
The only good thing is that my waist is down one inch, to 25"!
The protein shake that I take is Cytogainer
; it has 280 (2 scoops) or 570 (4 scoops) calories, 27g/54g of protein and it is low in saturated fat, with 3.5 grams.
I was thinking in maybe taking cytogainer 2x a day on the days I work out and then take it once a day on the days I don't.
I used to take it only on the days I worked out (back in November I went to the gym 3x a week) and I gained 4lbs - and sometimes I took it only once a day!
Edited by sexyandfamous - Feb 23 2013 at 12:38pm