Supplement Opinions For Pre/Post Workout
I'm curious as to what you're suggestions and personal opinions are on the following products. It's tough to research online because there are so many products with such great reviews that it's tough to know where to start. I understand that different products work for different people, but simply want you're opinion on potential supplements.
Optimum 100% Whey
I am 5'8", 160pounds. I'm looking to get stronger, while obviously gaining mass, and to be cut, not just bulky. I appreciate any input.
Is there a way to edit a post on these forums?
Anyway to set aside any confusion, here is a more specific list:
Pre-Workout: 30 Minutes before
Post-Workout: Immediately after
Post-Workout: 30 Minutes after
Optimum 100% Whey
I have never used the Pre WO's that you listed but have heard great things about Jack3d. I use 1MR and love it.
As for the post workouts that you listed for immediately after you workout, never tried them. But, the protein is the same protein that I use so that's a good choice lol.
Probably didnt help you as much as you wanted lol but oh well.
Optimum 100% is obviously one of the best in the business. However, I'm not sure it gives that intense energy surge that I want before workout, nor is it an extremely fast working protein which I wanted immediately after workout. But I believe it's good enough that it needs to be incorporated somewhere during the course of a workout day and figured post workout is best.
I've tried both the pre-workouts before, not too bad. Like most pre-workouts my body adapts to them fairly quickly. However, currently right now Im using Nutrabolics Swollen. So far I'm loving it, great pumps and focus. Most importantly it doesnt upset my stomach which is huge for me when choosing a supplement!
Also just added in Geranium into my plan, loving that as well! Unreal focus and intensity.
I take Vitamin World's Nos Blast Concentrate. It is the same formula as Jack3D. ON Whey is great, I love the stuff.
I'm not sure you'd need to take two pre-workout supplements. Choose one or the other. You'd probably do just fine having a protein shake (whey) some time after you train. Don't over-think pre and post workout supplements/nutrition. As long as your overall eating plan is in order then pre/post workout supplements won't make much difference.
I would like to recommend,
I use the PWR good stuff.
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