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  1. #1
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    What is the best Pre-workout supplement?

    I have been using N.O.-Explode since September of 2006. When I first started using it, it worked great. After taking it for 12 weeks I stopped for 4 weeks then went back on it. I have been repeating this cycle. I just started a new cycle of N.O. yesdterday and it doesnt seem to be having an effect at all on me. I need something that will give me energy and focus before my workouts. If any one has any suggestions, I would appreciate it.

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    Hi seansb455,

    take a look here:
    Muscle Milk Genuine Protein Powder

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    what is the best pre-workout supplement that will not be hash on your stomach?

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    um, the best pre work supp is like a Bagel or something like that

  7. #5
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    Food. Water. Mental Focus.

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    while we're talking about that... what is an optimal pre-workout meal with just regular food?

    I have always thought it to be like brown rice and a protein shake..? eat the brown rice an hour before and slam the shake right before you go in... that's what I think... is that good?

    I usually have go lean cereal and the protein shake.

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    Food ,sleep, and mental satisfaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayli View Post
    Food ,sleep, and mental satisfaction.
    almost what i was going to say,

    rest, motivation and a banana.

  11. #9
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    NO-Xplode is garbage. Want to piss away some money, I'll give you my PayPal addy.

  12. #10
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    hey, i like to use kre alkylyne. Its a ph correct form of creatine, which prevents water retention and bloating, and is safe for everybody.

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    I had never used a pre-workout supplement until last week. I always just worried about the meal I ate.
    I used a supplement called Jacked (Its well named). It worked extremely well for me, but then I don't
    have a lot of experience with this category of supplements and I have only used it for a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyzao View Post
    I had never used a pre-workout supplement until last week. I always just worried about the meal I ate.
    I used a supplement called Jacked (Its well named). It worked extremely well for me, but then I don't
    have a lot of experience with this category of supplements and I have only used it for a week.
    Provides ultra-intense muscle gorging strength, energy, power and endurance
    For a stimulating effect to the body and mind

    HAHAHAHAHA

    The only thing that got jacked was your wallet.

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    musashi creatine
    this stuff really pumps you up in the gym
    stimulates muscle growth
    extra energy to smash weights

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    Anthony,
    first off, it looks like your musashi creatine is only sold in Australia...so most members here have no access to it.

    second, it contains: Glucose, Dextrose, Micronised Creatine Monohydrate, L-Glutamine, L-Leucine, HMB, Taurine, L-Valine, L-Isoleucine, flavors/colors

    so its MORE than creatine. Not everyone wants 50g of pure sugar in their creatine supplement. Plus the glutamine is worthless, Taurine is just a stimulant, and the leucine/valine and isoleucine should be found in all the meat you eat anyways.

    End result: Musashi creatine is just another grossly overpriced supplement that has a few useful items in it, and a lot of useless crap.

    Plus you think it stimulates muscle growth...

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    Malkore I don't agree with you with the ingredients part. Not supporting that product, just some of the ingredients.
    BCAA is one of the best supplements to use. It's true that you need more than a few grams to really benefit.
    And why do you say glutamine is worthless?

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    Hi seansb455,

    take a look here:
    Fast Muscle Building: 15 Bodybuilding Secrets

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