Definitely nit glutamine that's fo sho, that's some really intense stuff INTENSE PUMPS really dont know know how its not banned yet!
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Pre-workouts --PEA's, methylxanthines, aminos (maybe), glucose polymers = $45 bucks
"Intra" workout drinks --bcaa's, creatine, glucose polymers, beta ala = $50
Wt gainers --malto,whey concentrate, milk protein, mcts, sunflower oil = $50
NO boosters - arginine (various forms), gplc, citrulline, norvaline = $45
whey isolate -- ion exchange/micro whey isolate, artificial sweetener = $60
Test booser -- tribulus,maca, fenugreek, longjack, more silly herbs that have terrible proof..= $40
--Instead take your $290 dollars and buy--
5 dozen eggs $7
20lbs london broil steak $40
20lb bag of jasmine rice $25
5 lbs of coconut oil $50
OTC hormones AndroMassv3 $150
Illegal AAS 20ml test cyp $150
Total = $272
AND I WILL GUARANTEE YOU -- results from option B will be superior.
I'm still not sold on intras, just don't feel the bcaa doing anything when I take them.
The rest is a waste. I could get by with whey, multi, and a pre
A pre-workout with creatine is absolutely not a bad thing. If you want to just go to straight creatine and beta alanine that is fine, maybe a caffeine pill or you can do what I do and get one that is good. I do think they get way overpriced though, anything that is more than a dollar a serving is a rip off.
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HMB should be on that list.
Whey Isolate, Creatine mono and a daily multi-vitamin is all I use, and all are relatively cheap. Easy to get caught up in buying a lot of expensive supplements. I spend the vast majority of my money on actual food.
For me at least, AM v.2 has proven its potential as a replacement test base (for when I don't want to be looking over my shoulder all the time). I hope to do another v.3 AM and AH cycle (8 weeks w/ HCG this time) during the early summer before doing a "final" AAS cycle late 2012.
PP's products are what got me into hormonal enhancement to begin with and it was all positive for me so I can't pass up an opportunity to share.
Well hello Mister Fancypants. Well, I've got news for you pal, you ain't leadin' but two things, right now: Jack and shit... and Jack left town.
Just companies trying to make a quick buck. If a company actually put forth the effort, and chemists, to figure out a product that gave you the benies of AAS without the sides, they would make a killing.
As it stands it's really just laziness. Creatine and Protein are really the only things to actually be proven to do anything for you. The rest are gimmicks and nothing more.
At the end of the day -- hormones are hormones are hormones.
Just make sure they get into the blood in a high enough influx.