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jagsfan05 12-28-2008 06:46 PM

Going to go to GNC here at the beginning of the year for Gold Card Specials
 
Any suggestions on what to buy? I only want to spend about $80. I am 6'1", 175 lbs, 21 years old and have tried NO Xplode, NaVapor, Arnge Krush, regular creatine monohydrate, SuperPump 250, SizeOn.

Any ideas for something new that would really help? I was thinking in regards to creatine. I want to gain mass and muscle. Anything would help, thanks!

Ross86 12-28-2008 06:53 PM

If you insist on buying from GNC (you shouldn't), then buy the Mass XXX. Take half servings of that post workout. It's a good ratio of carbs to protein.

jagsfan05 12-28-2008 07:12 PM

Well if I don't go to GNC, where do you think I should go instead and buy what?

If I go to GNC, you think just the Mass XXX will do?

TALO 12-28-2008 07:41 PM

Listen to him . He works there :D

Ross86 12-28-2008 09:53 PM

If you don't go to GNC, then...get some maltodextrin & dextrose or waxy maize starch. Get some whey protein also. Try searching at bulknutrition or nutraplanet. They typically have the best deals. Also, fractional (or full) servings of certain weight gainers make great pre and post workout shakes, so that's another option if you can find a good, affordable gainer. If you haven't read the pre & post workout nutrition thread in the nutrition forum, then you should. (:

jagsfan05 12-29-2008 07:20 AM

Ok, thanks a lot bud. That's nice of you to help.

jagsfan05 12-29-2008 05:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ross86 (Post 74283)
If you don't go to GNC, then...get some maltodextrin & dextrose or waxy maize starch. Get some whey protein also. Try searching at bulknutrition or nutraplanet. They typically have the best deals. Also, fractional (or full) servings of certain weight gainers make great pre and post workout shakes, so that's another option if you can find a good, affordable gainer. If you haven't read the pre & post workout nutrition thread in the nutrition forum, then you should. (:

So, why do you recommend those? I have never heard of those before. What makes them better than creatine/protein and figures that I will see a better gain? Which do you recommend is the best out of the ones you listed?


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