MyProtein Haul

Lately, I've been trying to get my fitness back on track. I've been seeing a personal trainer and getting back to the gym as much as I can, so receiving a huge parcel off My Protein couldn't have been more perfect.

I was sent the Triometric Leggings (£28), Tie Dye Core Leggings (out of stock at the time of writing), Triometric Printed Sports Bra (£25) and Grey Slouch Hoodie (£27). I've had the chance to wear them all to either the gym or personal trainer now and have to say they are super practical and comfortable. They fit true to size and they don't half make you stand out when you're exercising!

1. Protein Shaker 
I received a protein shaker in a smaller size than I've seen before, which is useful. It's specifically targetted at women, which the feminist in me hates and I was unable to find it on their website, but they do have plenty of other shakers all at decent prices. 

2. Diet Pills
I was sent the Active Woman Diet Capsules but I refuse to use diet pills so I honestly cannot tell you if they work or not, but they're suitable for vegetarians and cost £13.99 for one month's worth. 

3. Protein Cookies
I hate giving products bad reviews but there's no way to sugar coat it. The Cranberry and White Chocolate Skinny Cookies are the worst thing I have ever tasted. Maybe it's because I'm not used to protein powder, but I found them dry, flavourless and chalky and I never want to eat them again. 

If you're looking to jazz up your gym wardrobe, I'd definitely recommend MyProtein, but personally, I wouldn't be buying anything else from them. 

Disclaimer: products featured in this post were sent to me by brands in return for honest reviews but the opinions are entirely my own.


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