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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Phil_L, Nov 23, 2005.
They sell this stuff at my gym and it's gotten alot of attention. Wondering if it is worth my money.
I have never tried it frankly I am now going to have trouble eating my thanksgiving meal tomorrw as I will not be able to get the thought of "Sylvester Stallones protein pudding" out of my head.......
Yakko Warner: MWAH! Goodnight, everybody! Sincerely, John Kilduff... ICK.
Sounds like something you'd find at a sperm bank.
I'd never heard of it until you asked, so, out of curiosity I went Googling and found these (among many other hits): http://www.instonenutrition.com/products/pudding.htm http://www.instonenutrition.com/prod...dding_faqs.htm
ROTFLMAO! Sorry to say that's where my mind went!
That has to be the nastiest sounding celebrity endorsed product to come down the pike in a long while.
Just be happy he isn't handing out fresh samples in person!
Phil are you taking any protein now? Doing some quick searches on Google & Men's Health forums shows some overall positive results for Stallon's pudding. Sounds like it tastes great. Personally I like throwing in a scoop full of whey protein into a glass of milk after a workout. (100% Whey Protein from Optimum Nutrition). Probably doesn't taste as good as the pudding but it's no frills and does what it's supposed to do; make me look like a meathead.
I highly doubt this stuff works. Appollo Creed was getting some of that protein pudding behind Adrian's back (remember that beach hug scene), yet he was still killed with ease by Drago.
It taste good (best cold). My wife likes it to. Remember the protien in this is soy protein and not whey. If you can get a good deal on it, try it. For those that are into weightlifting, etc... we've learned to eat/drink almost anything, and everyone's taste is a little different. Some like it, some don't.
Sounds like something Ron Jeremy would sell.
Soy protein eh? Does that mean it reduces the chance of feeling bloated after a protein binge? But I'm probably confused - maybe its the carbs that cause the bloated feeling.
Ask Brigette Nileson.
If it's available at your gym, why not just buy some & try it?
Sly should have consulted with a few more focus groups before naming this product.
Asking Bridgette would be more fun! (Seeing the creative ways of misspelling her name is fun too!)
Ah, I was too lazy to look it up for such a stupid joke.
Don't worry - I didn't look it up either and i am sure I didn't spell her name right anyways! I should look around the stores here - I hope it isn't only sold at gyms - they tend to inflate their prices more than the bloat after eating whey powder!
Actually, it's spelled "Brigitte". Sincerely, John Kilduff... I watch "Beverly Hills Cop 2" whenever I can.