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Old 08-30-2011, 07:15 PM
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Hey, just trying to add some life into these forums. There are very few daily posts so I'm trying to wake the community up. Post your favorite supplements and lets get this community active!

Favorite Protein: Optimum 100% Whey
Favorite Creatine: Any plain CEE capsules..I go for the cheap ones lol
Favorite Pre WO: 1MR (Stim), Bodyforge (Non stim)
Favorite Multi: Opti-Men

What is your favorites?
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Old 09-04-2011, 04:51 PM
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Creatin for sure
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Old 09-05-2011, 12:57 PM
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Agreed. Creatine is probably the best supplement available. (whey can be replaced with high protein food, multi can be matched by eating very healthy, etc.)
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1. Creatine monohydrate--buffered creatine formulas are crap.
2. Protein--I like Optimum Whey but any reputable brand would do.

Add a decent multi vitamin and some fish oil and you're set--that's all you'd need.
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1. Creatine monohydrate--buffered creatine formulas are crap.
2. Protein--I like Optimum Whey but any reputable brand would do.

Add a decent multi vitamin and some fish oil and you're set--that's all you'd need.
I get great results with CEE but everybody is different I guess...Maybe a pre WO added to the list but you are right, it definitely isn't necessary.
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As I look back at what I've taken over the years and what has worked, I think for me all I really need is a good protein. Creatine rarely does anything for me, all the bullshit fat burners are garbage-I get the best results from a good diet and maybe a protein drink thrown in the mix. That doesn't mean I've given up trying supplements, I just started a cycle of clenbuterol, and that seems to have been helping (that may technically be a drug, and not a supplement).
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As I look back at what I've taken over the years and what has worked, I think for me all I really need is a good protein. Creatine rarely does anything for me, all the bullshit fat burners are garbage-I get the best results from a good diet and maybe a protein drink thrown in the mix. That doesn't mean I've given up trying supplements, I just started a cycle of clenbuterol, and that seems to have been helping (that may technically be a drug, and not a supplement).
You haven't had good results with creatine?...That's sucks to hear because most people do.
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You haven't had good results with creatine?...That's sucks to hear because most people do.
Nope. It literally does nothing for me. Supposedly there's a small percentage of people that are unaffected by it, and I'm in that percentage. Every once in a while I try it again, but it has never worked for me. I also get get ridiculous side effects from doing EC stacks, most people aren't effected by it like I am.
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Nope. It literally does nothing for me. Supposedly there's a small percentage of people that are unaffected by it, and I'm in that percentage. Every once in a while I try it again, but it has never worked for me. I also get get ridiculous side effects from doing EC stacks, most people aren't effected by it like I am.
That puts you at a slight disadvantage but no worries. Everybody can achieve great results with no supplementation at all. Just takes longer.
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other than my standard gainers and vitamins... creatine monohydrate + lots of leucine (BCAAS)
Try it guys its the main thin in alot of these "new formulas" it seem like the new stuff is just going back to better basics. Expect about 10% greater gains of lean mass more meaning if you gain10 lbs it could be about 11. Thats what the big thing was with the old ANATOR formula like 5yrs ago.
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