Training protocol should outline rest time between sets or intervals. Make sure you're watching that closely as it will impact intensity. If you increase the weight or reps of a lift but lengthen the rest periods, it might not be an increase of intensity. Similarly, if you keep the same weight/rep scheme but decrease rest time, you are increasing the intensity.
As with most things, don't overlook the details, they can be the difference makers!
All, it's hard to believe but when we all wake up, IT IS TIME!! Everyday day has led to this and we won't get another opportunity! Some will talk about it forever, others won't even remember.. It's the only chance we have, let's make it count because we will never get it back.
This depends on 2 things: digestion and goals.
Whey is very pure and digests quickly. This makes it good for when you don't have much time to digest a protein source prior to say an early morning training session. The second factor is your goal. Because whey digest quickly, it is good for those who want to increase their calorie intake as the fast digesting whey will allow them to eat more. However, if you are restricting calorie intake you would want to eat something that