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With the gold rush in full flow since the Rio Olympic Games, help kickstart your muscle growth with Optimum Nutrition’s Gold Standard 100% Whey. Delivering a massive 24 grams of protein per recommended serving, with low levels of fat and only 120 calories, Gold Standard protein is easily digested in the stomach, meaning it provides a fast delivery of protein to help repair and rebuild muscle fibres. It comes in 11 delicious flavours – including cookies and cream, strawberry and birthday cake, oh my! – and is best enjoyed first thing in the morning or immediately following your workout. There’s a reason they’re the gold standard by which all other protein powders are measured…

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New year, new you? In our fitness issue, former TOWIE hunk Charlie King gives his top tips for aligning body and mind, and unlocking your full potential in 2017. Also, in your brand new GT - we talk porn, drugs and why James Franco isn't a 'queer baiter' with King Cobra's movie director, Justin Kelly. GT gets the inspirational story of how Ben Smith battled suicide and depression to run 401 marathons and finally, we sent Chris Jones to lift weights and get fitness advice from rugby ace Chris Robshaw. It's a tough job…