Does The Amount Of Water You Mix With A Supplement Affect How It Works? MassiveJoes.com MJ Q&A MJQA

Does The Amount Of Water You Mix  With A Supplement Affect How It Works? MassiveJoes.com MJ Q&A MJQA

Does The Amount Of Water You Mix With A Supplement Affect How It Works? MassiveJoes.com MJ Q&A MJQA

By Bryan Wright 21 Comments August 16, 2019


Hey guys, what’s going on? Awesome question, the question is, does the amount of water you consume with a supplement affect how that supplement works? The general answer to this question is, no. The amount of water that you consume, or mix with a powdered form supplement is not going to affect how that supplement will work. It’s going to do exactly the same thing as it would normally do There are a couple of variations, obviously if we’re talking about protein powders in particular. If you’re consuming less water, or mixing less water with a particular powder. It’s going to affect the taste, the taste is going to be stronger. And it’s going to affect the consistency. So it’s going to be a lot thicker. If you’re using more water, it’s going to have a less strong taste and it’s going to have a thinner consistency. Then with non-protein powder supplements The main variation that altering the amount of water that you mix with that supplement is going to affect the taste. The less water, the stronger the taste. The more water, the less stronger the taste. But apart from that you can use as much water, or as less water as you want with any supplement and it’s not going to affect how that supplement works. Guys If you’ve got a question that you want us to answer in the very next edition of MJ Q&A you’ve got to pop it down below as a comment to this video, #MJQA and you may get yours answered in the very next edition of MJ Q&A.

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21 Comments found

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dveldman1

first babbyyyyyy 😀

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SCOTT YOST

second

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Joe T

you need more videos like this one instead of shouting like a mad black woman

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Joe T

what happened to John Cena V2

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Angel

Q&a: how many calories are burned in an icebath?

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Bailey Hawk

Pre workout on an empty stomach or full stomach

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pbfamous07

as much or as little surely!?

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Cjay One

Simple, but great video! Thanks MJ

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Davide Pannone

I'd say that in some cases, more water is actually a better thing. Especially if the supp you're taking contains something that draws more water, like creatine mono or glycerol. Let alone the fact that if you train properly hydrated you'll see way better results than not drinking a good 700ml/20 ounces of water 30 min pre workout.

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Μάνος Καραμάνος

But it's going to affect how your body absorbs it, right ? Why do they give a recommended amount of water on the label anyway if you can put as much or as little water as you want ?

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Do It With Bushido

MJ Q&A: How do you guys cut? (Macro adjust, calorie deficit, keto etc.)

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Cody Nickel

why was this video made lol

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Konscious

So if I take preworkout and the recommendation is 4-6oz but I do some crazy shit and take 2oz. I'm still getting the same affect even though that scoop is more concentrated?

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Muhammad MEDOz

thanks bro

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BAF 1969

I disagree with this Joe, Hydromax glycerol's effects are directly related with how much water you consume. Ideally, you want to drink more water with glycerol so you can enhance the hydration effect of this supplement.

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Tristen Goodwin

I know he gave an answer but he basically told common fucking sense, it's obviously gonna taste weaker with more water, but the question was about the effects not the taste.

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Andrew Hazelton

Hi Joe, heres a question for you….Im about to start a cut and my training is primarily around 7pm. What percentage of my daily carb intake should i reserve for after my workout being that its not a long time before i retire for the night but while not consuming to many that its not fully utilised by my body and stores it instead.
Thanks,
Andrew

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Andrew Jones

Any plans to visit Oxygen Gym Kuwait for a few days? Perhaps on the way back from the USA trip in September 2016, or perhaps more possible on the way back to AUS after BodyPowerUK 2017?

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Discipline Genetics #DG#

hmmmm ok, so if you mix beer and water will you get drunk slower or faster or it doesnt matter? I think the amount of water you use matters bro. How do I know? well Iv tried both, less water with pwo makes me nauseous, more water works for me, aint no different to taking a shot of tequila by itself or pouring in a glass of water. If water never really mattered then why do surgeons recommend you stop drinking water the night before surgery? The effect on taking it with protein doesnt matter, but with pwo it hands down matters on how it performs.

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Carlos 1296

Can you mix 2 or more different pre workouts together that are different brands?
For example: Gamma Ray (Dynamik muscle) and scivation Xtend BCAA. Or Clash pre workout with RCSS Stacked N.O

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Red Long

When using home gym, I do my pre workout from a shot glass. After my warm up then I start drinking more water. I find this works best for a short intensive workout of about an hour. If I'm going to do longer, like a session mixed with some decent cardio, I'll mix it with about 250ml, anything more and I'll start to flush it before I've felt the full effect.

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