Favorite Non-Stim Pre-WO Product(s)

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  • BCAA (e.g. Xtend)

    8 38.10%
  • Pre-Max by PP

    6 28.57%
  • Ragnorok caffeine free by MST

    1 4.76%
  • Ultima by Omega Sports

    1 4.76%
  • Water

    2 9.52%
  • Other (specifiy in thread)

    3 14.29%
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    Favorite Non-Stim Pre-WO Product(s)

    There aren't a tremendous amount of pre-training products without stimulants, but it is a somewhat common question amongst trainees.

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    other: test suspension and halotestin.
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    All my pre-workouts are stims... sry

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    You need your branch chained amino acids!!!!!!!!!!!!! And Test
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    6 grams of BCAA pre work out and 10 grams post workout. For non stim product but usually add in some type of N.O. product too.

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    I don't like stims, Ultima works well. Pre Max is my choice, no b.s fillers, and ingredients that actually improve performance.
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    So many things.....for maximum blood flow and muscular pumps I would stay away from caffiene/ephedra etc.... I know I get the bets pumps when I have glucose polymers, waxy maize, vitargo or some form of carb in conjunction with PeptoPro, Ibcaa's, Beta alanine, creatine and GPLC. Definitely a "cocktail" of ingredients. The sugar will elicit a direct pulse of the pancreas to release insulin, which then can cause vaso dilation along side insulinogenic aminos, and NO inducing GPLC.......I believe Pre Max fits some those standards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    There aren't a tremendous amount of pre-training products without stimulants, but it is a somewhat common question amongst trainees.
    The products that have worked best for me pre-training that are non-stimulant are not actually specific preworkout products, but they are natural Growth Hormone/Testosterone boosters, namely IGF-2 and Drive, alongside creatine. However, there is a non-stim version of Assault coming soon, and stacked with IGF-2, that would be a perfect stack.

    In terms of specific non-stimulant preworkout products, Pre Max would have to be at the top of the list so far, based on feedback.

    ~Rosie~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Fantastico View Post
    other: test suspension and halotestin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post


    Scivation Xtend has had some great reviews. Premax as well. Water is ok, not really necessary though... it's just one of those supplements companies try to make big bucks off of.

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    Bcaa's of course are key, premax is my fav from the above listed, but I used to love taking poseiden with some l-tyrosine, worked wonders and loved the tingles from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HATEFULone View Post
    Bcaa's of course are key, premax is my fav from the above listed, but I used to love taking poseiden with some l-tyrosine, worked wonders and loved the tingles from it.
    I used Poseidon back in 2008, and then the new version - was a decent product.

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    Nothing can beat premax for me, very well designed supplement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HereToStudy View Post
    Nothing can beat premax for me, very well designed supplement.
    Agreed, and tastes great considering its peptopro based, however a bit expensive, make it 20 servings and then I'd use it religiously, however right now I'm on an every other month kinda thing with it due to price and serving size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HATEFULone View Post
    Agreed, and tastes great considering its peptopro based, however a bit expensive, make it 20 servings and then I'd use it religiously, however right now I'm on an every other month kinda thing with it due to price and serving size.
    I wish we had a way of bringing the price down, but it really comes down to the ingredients we use to make the product that drives up the price.

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