Where do I get my bodybuilding supplements?
If you’ve been a long time reader of my blog, you probably already know.
The great thing about this company is that not only do they make the highest QUALITY bodybuilding supplements in the UK, but they’re also the cheapest.
So I’m not recommending these guys just so you can save a few quid, but because I’ve been getting my supplements from them for years and the quality is as good as it gets.
Best Bodybuilding Supplements UK
So where do I get my stuff…
Another good thing is that their delivery times are pretty good. So if you run out of creatine in the middle of the night, fear not my friend! (I’m kidding – who runs out of creatine at 3am?)
Ok, so here’s what I get from MyProtein:
Whey Protein Isolate (sometimes whey concentrate) from £14.50 to £18.50 🙂
Creatine Monohydrate – about £4.50 for 250 grams!
L-Glutamine (I’ve run out at the moment) – about £6.50
AAKG (for making my cheap-ass pre-workout No-X knock off) – £16.90, but it will last you a long time
Caffeine (200mg pills) – 100 pills for £4.99 – a 100-day supply of pre-workout caffeine for a fiver! Actually I only bite half a pill, so it lasts me 200 days or 40 weeks of a 5-day split (almost a year!)
Whey concentrate is fine for the GLAD diet. If you’re on MANS, grab their whey isolate.
Another REALLY good aspect of this site is that you can view the certificate of analysis for each product at the bottom of the page.
So for example, for their Whey Isolate you can see the amino acid profile and that the protein content is actually 92% (dry matter). That kind of thing is important to me. If you buy another isolate that claims 90% protein, you’ve no way to verify that it’s true.
Almost forgot, they also sell their own version of the type of lifting gloves with wrist wraps that I recommend. £12.30 is a great price for these.
So that’s you all clued up about where I get my bodybuilding supplements.
It’s not often that the cheapest gear is also the best, but I think that’s definitely the case here. Plus they sell all the MuscleHack recommended supplements, so you can pick up all your stuff from one site.
P.S. I was NOT paid to write this post. I had been a MyProtein customer for years before writing this article. This is a genuine recommendation from me to you. The links are affiliate links, but I’ve been shopping with these guys from before MuscleHack was born. 🙂
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This is where I get my stuff too! As a matter of fact I ordered all my zma, vitamins, protein, creatine and L-glutamine off them 3 days ago and got it all yesterday. Great company never had a problem with them!
Do you know how their shipping works with U.S. customers? Cost, time, etc.?
I agree, when i was living in the UK I orderd from these guys and its top quality and I got the stuff quickly without any hassles. I’ve moved to Zimbabwe now and the supplements here are all imported crap that costs a fortune. I wish I could order from myprotien here in upper Africa. 🙁
I use them too. Excellent speed of service.
Mark, I’m here in the states with Leo…is there any hope for us?
US readers. I don’t think they deliver over there. They do deliver to all European countries though. You guys should check out this post for stuff you can get over there…
@Jason. I had no idea you’d moved, mate. Hope all is good apart from the availability of good supplements.
Mark, just don’t read this comment lol… I feel bad for all y’all on that side of the pond every time this subject comes up. 🙁
@Leo – Buddy, here in the states, we have a bazillion options. I get everything through the Vitamin Shoppe (vitaminshoppe.com). Their store brands (BodyTech for the supps Mark is talking about) are actually pretty good quality and they’re cheap as all hell, too – like their creatine is $19.99 for 2lbs, and I find it a little better than some of the pricier brands believe it or not. You can also get name brands there on the cheap, Nature’s Best Isopure whey is around $36.70 for the 3lb container online, usually costs me around $44 if I go to a brick and mortar store here in Phoenix. Some of your more common supps (multi’s, omegas, CLA if you use it, glucosamine if you’re like me with crappy joints) are cheap as dirt from Puritan’s Pride (puritan.com), and they’re starting to get into sports supps too – again no quality issues for me, but their standard shipping is a little crappy. And of course, there’s always Amazon! 😀
Here in nortwest Pennsylvania, the U.S. of course, i buy at bodybuilding.com. Their store has great prices and a ton of customer reviews on the products.
What about down under in Australia?
I have found Isopure on a website that would deliver to Aussie, but the costs for delivery is as much as the protein itself.
Like $38 for the protein and $33 to deliver.
Any other cheaper ways then this? Or substitutes?
thank you for your article. I will try their products because they deliver it to Germany directly.
Supplement products on other platform are often very nasty in quality and taste.
For us crazy Canadians … check out … https://www.canadianprotein.com
Quality products, and for a great price (I do believe they even ship to the US). No … I have NO affiliation with this company. I just took a good day to do some homework / compare products / compare prices … and this is what won out ! Try the samples if your gun-shy … you won’t be dissapointed. Oh yeah … I usually get my order within 3 days !
a training partner had some of the same brand of whey powder and i haven’t been able to find it in canada nor do i know where he got. bitter sweet to finally learn where it came from but also that it’s not available in canada.
I’m in Chicago. I get my whey protein isolate (Bio-Fresh Whey) from https://www.proteinfactory.com I like that you can choose your own flavors and sweeteners. I always use Stevia. They have free shipping coupons from time to time through their newsletter. Vitacost ( https:///www.vitacost.com ) and Vitaglo ( https://www.vitaglo.com ) also are great for selection and prices as far as supplements go.