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Old 06-04-2008, 11:57 AM
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Can't beat that! Thanks for the heads up! Do you usually mix yours up with your post workout protein shake?
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Old 06-04-2008, 12:19 PM
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let me rephrase my question......so right now i'm taking all pill form creatine and amino acids.....if i switch up to creatine and amino powder can I mix it all up along with my whey powder into one post-workout shake?
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Yep. I always mix mine in my PWO shake. Supplementing with amino acids isn't really worth the money IMO...that's what your protein is. Just make sure you taking the creatine with high GI carbs or it won't be absorbed.
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how is it that 99.99999% of the OTIS' threads are in the supplement section? Wolf

I have my training and nutrition figured out for myself, i want to get feedback on supplements and what is the best and the worst because i want to get my money's worth. The way i research creatine is by posting threads like this one.
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how is it that 99.99999% of the OTIS' threads are in the supplement section? Wolf
i see things as they are. most of your posts are in the supplement section, OTIS. i am merely commenting on that. ok, i asked a question too...but:

1.) it was rhetorical
2.) it was filled with sarcasm

i find it funny that most of the stuff you post about is regarding supplements.

if you believe you have training and diet penned down correctly, why don't you share your knowledge in these two fields (i prefer you share knowledge in training and programming) with the rest of us? why don't you post an informative post in one of the training forum threads, please?
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well, i went ahead and looked up every post you've made (yes stalker) and i see that you do have some posts in the training and powerlifting forums...

but, i just found it suspicious that the majority of your posts are in the nutrition and supplements forums. thats all.

i won't say you know everything about training, especially after reading this:

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could you describe how the deadlifts vary? You have stiff legged, conventional, and dimel deadlifts. I know only one version but i dont know which one it is. How do they change the exercise's function?
however you don't seem overly ignorant.

my point is simple: i realize you have posted before in other forums. the fact that you mostly post here makes me curious why but each to his own. like you said: you dont know enough about supps (i dont know shit about anything except a little bit about training and programming) so you ask questions....cool.
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I use Ultimate Nutrition Creatine ( 100mg ) and Taurnin ( the same). Can't remember the price excatly but they were around $20 i think. THe last forever.
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Old 06-05-2008, 04:51 PM
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Damn wolf, do you know my real name and address too? Just kidding man next time just put a little parantheses with sarcasm in it , so i dont go nuts.
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Yep. I always mix mine in my PWO shake. Supplementing with amino acids isn't really worth the money IMO...that's what your protein is. Just make sure you taking the creatine with high GI carbs or it won't be absorbed.
Agreed. I do the same thing as you Ross and it works out very well.
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