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    Cell-Tech, Nitro-Tech, Hydroxycut

    At the moment I am using Cell-Tech as my creatine source, and Nitro-Tech as one of my protein sources. I am about 5'7, 142 pounds. I am trying to bulk up, but at the same time, do not want to get flabby seeing as how it is close to summer. If I took a thermogenic such as Hydroxycut while on Cell-Tech would this work? Or would I be wasting my time?

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    concentrate on one or other. either cut or bulk. but you can continue taking creatine and nitro during a cut
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    Fair enough

    That sounds about right I guess. Thanks for the info.

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    Keep off the hydroxy. You're 142. When you hit 180+, then you can START to think about cutting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jman
    At the moment I am using Cell-Tech as my creatine source, and Nitro-Tech as one of my protein sources. I am about 5'7, 142 pounds. I am trying to bulk up, but at the same time, do not want to get flabby seeing as how it is close to summer. If I took a thermogenic such as Hydroxycut while on Cell-Tech would this work? Or would I be wasting my time?
    you are getting ripped off paying those super-high prices for MuscleTech products. they are no better than less expensive brands that are of the same quality...
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    I completely agree. MuscleTech products are over-hyped and over-priced.


    you are getting ripped off paying those super-high prices for MuscleTech products. they are no better than less expensive brands that are of the same quality...

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    i would definately reccommend ditching the all of the muscletech products. there are so many better products out there for protein, creatine, etc.

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    muscleteck makes fine proteins and creatines, stay with what u are doing if its working for you

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    if they are working, great. i would imagine though, the effects of the supplements will be been far greater in your wallet than they are on your body

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomas101
    muscleteck makes fine proteins and creatines, stay with what u are doing if its working for you
    and they warrant such a high price tag because of ????
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    To each their own I guess

    I tried several protein suppliments from GNC and none of them really did anything before I picked up the Nitro-Tech. Another problem is that I am lactose intolerant so I cannot have any product that requires me to mix with milk, or is composed entirely of whey, since whey is a deriviative of milk. For some reason when I take the Nitro though, I am fine. I have only tried the cell-tech for creatine, and yes it has worked for me, however, I am clueless as to what else to consider trying. Every time I go into GNC to buy something they try and talk me into buying their "GNC brand name" stuff. I always get the feeling that they are making money off of me or something if I do that, and thus, dont have my best interests in mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jman
    I tried several protein suppliments from GNC and none of them really did anything before I picked up the Nitro-Tech. Another problem is that I am lactose intolerant so I cannot have any product that requires me to mix with milk, or is composed entirely of whey, since whey is a deriviative of milk. For some reason when I take the Nitro though, I am fine. I have only tried the cell-tech for creatine, and yes it has worked for me, however, I am clueless as to what else to consider trying. Every time I go into GNC to buy something they try and talk me into buying their "GNC brand name" stuff. I always get the feeling that they are making money off of me or something if I do that, and thus, dont have my best interests in mind.
    all you need is to find a whey protein isolate or a WPC that is lactose free. there are TONS of them out there that are much less expensive than what Muscle-Tech makes....they are just not worth the money that they charge
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    nitrotech also has some creatine in it. that is why it worked so well compared to the gnc whey protein. screw gnc and hit the internet: best selection and deals. also, muscletech products are decent product and they work for quite a few people, but their prices are very high and their marketing is dishonest (i just love the 8 page "add reports"). search the forum to find info on different supplements and if people like them.

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