|09-30-2006, 02:55 AM||#1|
| tedprincejnr |
Rank: New Member
Experience: > 1 Year
What's The Difference?
Hi everyone, my name is teddy and I'm turning 20 on late-dec this year. I'm real skinny and underweight (163cm,45kg) and would like to bulk up a little bit to look better (maybe like a model?).
I have started gym-training for about 3 months and results are seen. however, i dont think I have grown bigger at all. I have never tried supplements before and would like to know more about the following:-
1. what is the differences between Protein Whey, Creatine & Mass Gainer?
2. According to my photos in my signature & profile, which type of supplements should I take?
Frequency & Intensity has no problem to me. Exercises & workout is fine with me but I have total no idea about supplements.
My friend told me that I should take Mass Gainer. So anyone mind enlighten me about my queries?
PS: i have done research over the internet at bodybuilding.com about which age should take which supplements but the link wasnt available now...
|09-30-2006, 05:48 PM||#2|
| Darkhorse |
Rank: Light Heavyweight
Experience: 7-10 Years
Supplements "supplement or compliment" a solid DIET and training program. I could recommend a fist-full of supplements for you, but they won't give you the results you want.
If you could post your diet and training routine, I can put a hundred times more mass on you than telling you which supplements to take.
BTW, I've been to Singapore before.. Beautiful place, very clean.
|12-02-2012, 07:47 PM||#6|
| irondog19 |
Experience: 3-5 Years
Join Date: Jan 2012
make sure you have a solid diet first, then work in your supplements to help aid those goals, give you a boost pre-workout, and to speed up recovery! They're called supplements for a reason, so you need a solid foundation first.
Whey protein is a great supplement to help you achieve your protein requirements and is convenient if you're always on the go. Creatine is also a staple supp with a lot of people. It has lots of positive research behind it and is one of the most concrete supplements to take in helping put on lean mass. If you're a hard gainer, you can look at a weight gainer to help you reach your caloric intake goals, however try to get as much whole foods as possible!!
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