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post #46 of Old 06-25-2013, 05:59 PM
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NO2 and dr prescribed testosterone wakes me up in the gym for sure.

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post #47 of Old 06-29-2013, 12:41 PM Thread Starter
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Hcl does work, mono is just considered more then enough and most effective. Mp creatine is mono. I take 1 scoop per day as normal, 1 scoop with my preworkout (c4 for example, has creatine in it) and then 2 or 3 scoops after workout.
10-15 grams of creative a day!? I would be so stiff I would be able to walk. I usually load for 5 days and take about 20grams but then drop down to 5 grams a day with my recovery drink. My body would kill me if I took 15 a day for 2 months. How do you do it!?
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post #48 of Old 06-29-2013, 03:32 PM
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creatine is naturally produced anyways. Extra is waste and your body will do that. If you're stiff from creatine you're doing something wrong lol.

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post #49 of Old 06-29-2013, 04:09 PM
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Creatine is found in red meats so stay away from them I start my creatine cycle here soon.
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post #50 of Old 06-30-2013, 09:30 AM Thread Starter
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creatine is naturally produced anyways. Extra is waste and your body will do that. If you're stiff from creatine you're doing something wrong lol.
When you take too much creatine for too long, it has a high chance of breaking down in your stomach and turning into creatinine which is very harmful to your body and causes muscle stiffness. That's what's happening to me. I realize that it's a naturally found substance but adding that much can have reverse effects but everyone's body is different so maybe you can handle more then I can.
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post #51 of Old 06-30-2013, 07:37 PM
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When you take too much creatine for too long, it has a high chance of breaking down in your stomach and turning into creatinine which is very harmful to your body and causes muscle stiffness. That's what's happening to me. I realize that it's a naturally found substance but adding that much can have reverse effects but everyone's body is different so maybe you can handle more then I can.
hey i'll be in annapolis next week. sorry off topic haha. Yes it can, but taking large amounts of anything really can have adverse affects. Such as vitamin C. Usually kidney or liver. Hydration helps cycle out much of what isn't used quickly if you stay ontop of it all day long.

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Just started drinking Case-in Protein between lunch and dinner and usually later at night if I'm up late. I can go to the gym after work and not be starving halfway through my workout and I also don't wake up starving in the morning. The case-in digests so much slower. I'd recommend it for mass building.

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post #53 of Old 07-01-2013, 08:31 PM
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Just started drinking Case-in Protein between lunch and dinner and usually later at night if I'm up late. I can go to the gym after work and not be starving halfway through my workout and I also don't wake up starving in the morning. The case-in digests so much slower. I'd recommend it for mass building.
Yep. I take one almost every night. Mines chocolate brownie too, so it's like I'm having dessert without having dessert

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Anyone take a NO product that had great effects? I took MRIs NO2 Red, Black, and Platinum and loved it except for the price. I've been trying different ones and just can't find anything similar.
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Anyone take a NO product that had great effects? I took MRIs NO2 Red, Black, and Platinum and loved it except for the price. I've been trying different ones and just can't find anything similar.
Most preworkouts how similar chemicals to the no series

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Universal Nutrition Real Gains.

-650cals
-86g carbs
-54g protein

I love it, taste great, mixes easily.

Optimum Creatine

-Basic creatine

Jack3d

- taste pretty good, works, pretty cheap

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post #57 of Old 07-05-2013, 02:44 PM
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Universal Nutrition Real Gains.

-650cals
-86g carbs
-54g protein

I love it, taste great, mixes easily.

Optimum Creatine

-Basic creatine

Jack3d

- taste pretty good, works, pretty cheap
I love how people are like "oh it has 38g of protein" when that doesn't matter. Anything over 20grams per meal (so 3 hr time period of intake/digestion) can't be processed and is waste.

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I love how people are like "oh it has 38g of protein" when that doesn't matter. Anything over 20grams per meal (so 3 hr time period of intake/digestion) can't be processed and is waste.
Any proof of this? Pretty much EVERY protein shake has over 20g.

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Study from boston university (IIRC) presented in this months edition of muscle and fitness. Id take a picture but I threw the magazine away when I got off the plane yesterday.

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post #60 of Old 07-05-2013, 03:22 PM
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Any proof of this? Pretty much EVERY protein shake has over 20g.

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This. If you get a 20g protein shake it'll have nothing for calories or carbs.

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