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Old 02-22-2008, 02:48 AM
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Hi everyone im 18 years old and new to bodybuilding and just wanted advice on the best supplements would be better than these to go on in order to bulk up as this was just a beginning stack and will be going more serious after these run out.
My stack is as follows:
Vital strength muscle weight gainer
Body science micronised creatine
Body science nitric oxide booster
Body science triandrobol (tribulus)

Me and my friend have heard about the new usplabs Powerfull and AnabolicPump and people say that its really good. Does anyone recommend it? Have people my age experience big changes from these supplements?
Also i was considering a stack of bsn cell mass and noxplode.
Also i wanted to know if biotests alphamale works on 18 year olds?

If anybody could please help me that would be greatly appreciated as i am new to the bodybuilding scene. Thankyou
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Old 02-22-2008, 07:58 AM
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The supplements you're taking won't make any difference if your routine and your diet aren't in order. Why don't you post those first so you can get the best advice there before moving on to supplements?
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Old 02-22-2008, 12:38 PM
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I guess he started 2 threads with the same stuff...

Tank, before you get caught up in the supplementation take it slow and lets work through a few things first. One, what are your goals ie. fatloss, build mass, build strength, a combination? Two, what does your current routine look like? Third, what does your diet look like?

All of the supplements in the world won't do shit if the other aspects mentioned above are not in place. I do not want to discourage you, but lets start at the beginning first. At 18 you do not need a lot of the crap you mentioned. A good creatine, whey protein, waxy maize, etc. will be more than enough to get you going. Let us know where you are and what you want and we will help you get there, but do not be in such a rush that you waste time, effort and money. Good luck.
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Old 02-22-2008, 10:06 PM
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ok guys thanx 4 the help well ill write down my diet which consists of:
One day consisting of bowl of oats for breakfast. Egg, corn and tuna omlettes, tuna rolls plenty of them
Then alternate day (every 2nd day ill have lots of pasta) and i also try to consume 4-5 litres of water a day. Is that any good?
Also my goal is to build mass muscle and strength to gain size. Im currently 183 cm tall and weigh 83 kgs. Maybe hoping to become around 100kgs to be the size i want then work on losing fat and gettig cut up, which myt help me lose the weight and maybe abit of size? is that right?
What do yous guys think of that? As i said im only new and dont really have much of an idea. Thankyou
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Old 02-23-2008, 07:33 AM
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Read the "How to Bulk" sticky in the nutrition forum. Your diet sounds awful...although you didn't tell us when you eat or how much. Could you give that information? In a template like this:
Meal 1 8:00
1 cup oatmeal
Meal 2
etc........................
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
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Old 02-23-2008, 12:17 PM
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Ross is right, read the stickies and then let us know how your diet is. Also, what is your current routine if any? We need to know in order to help.
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Old 03-11-2008, 12:55 AM
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Well heres my diet guys as follows:
Breakfast: 5-6 x Weetbix with 2 metric cups skim milk plus 3 x wholegrain toast with 6tablespoons low fat ricotta

Snack: 1 x boiled egg and 4 x rice or corn thins and1 x medium sized fresh fruit

Lunch: 2 metric cups cooked ricewith 200g tuna (or lean beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, pork, any seafood) and mixed vegetables and salad plus 1 x medium sized fresh fruit

Snack: metric cup raw and unsalted mixed nuts and metric cup mixed dried fruit

Evening Meal: 2 metric cups cooked rice (or pasta/potato/sweet potato/corn) with 400g lean steak (or lamb, chicken, turkey, seafood, tofu or 1.5 metric cup lentils/chickpea/3 bean mix and mixed vegetables and salad

Snack: 1 x 200g tub low fat yoghurt

P.s I will update my workout schedule also
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Old 03-11-2008, 06:05 AM
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You should add in some more protein. Meal 1,2 don't have any and meal 6 is very low. Try mixing some protein powder in with your yogurt.
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