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Old 06-29-2011, 10:53 AM   #1
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I've been getting back into working out/training heavy for the past few months and have made substantial gains in strength and size...thinking about throwing in Prime (or something of the sort) in a few months to try and maximize my gains, but my question is, should I focus on following a higher protein diet, or eat a diet heavier with complex carbs?
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Also, anyone have any experience with products like these? Any recommendations? Thanks!
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Also, anyone have any experience with products like these? Any recommendations? Thanks!
thats a good stack for gains and strength

pre-workout:
jack3d or n.o.xplode

post-workout:
muscle pharm combat fuel or ON hydro builder

before sleeping:
ZMA & Casein

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Get about a gram of protein per lb of body weight. The rest of your calories should come from carbs and healthy fats. I would stay away from "NO Boosters"--those supplements are worthless pure Bro Science.
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Get about a gram of protein per lb of body weight. The rest of your calories should come from carbs and healthy fats. I would stay away from "NO Boosters"--those supplements are worthless pure Bro Science.
no boosters r not worthless at all, they work and they work great
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no xplode is great and works!!! and also jack3d
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Jack3d isn't a NO booster--it's a combination of stimulants, beta alanine, etc. Jack3d isn't a bad supplement--I'll agree with you there. But the science just does not support nitric oxide boosters--there's no evidence they make you bigger or stronger. Check out the research on my website and you'll see.

I'm not trying to be a jerk--I just want you and everyone else to spend their money wisely.
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Thanks for the info....yeah, I love Jack3d, I add a little creatine to it sometimes, but it's great for energy in the gym
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