I take Animal Multivitamins and some generic Fish Oil pills when I wake up.
Creatine Monohydrate preworkout.
Then Post workout I have a shake of ON 100% Whey and mix some Creatine Monohydrate in there.
Nothing too complicating or expensive.
Hahaha, Flex, I laugh every time I see that.
That's one thing I would definitely look into investing in: fish oil. Bodybuilding's chum, I say. I can't believe I actually forgot about that supplement considering I was taking it regularly 6-7 months ago.
And yes, quite the funny poster/design.
Originally Posted by Rajah
Pity about that pic Flex, Ronnie is endorsed by BSN so whoever did that knows shit!
BSN and MuscleTech seem to be the 2 biggest supp companies out there. Good marketing from the start getting Ronnie, Jay, Dexter etc on board. I post at a few body building forums and can't recall anyone who actually takes BSN or MT. Much better products out there. Plus, anyone actually buy from places like GNC? They used to sell NO-Xplode here for about $110-$120 when you can buy it from eBay direct to your door the next day for about $70.
Yeah, I was wondering the same thing..
$110 for NO-Xplode? Jesus. No wonder why nobody buys it. GNC actually had a black friday 50% off deal on their website so I had to take advantage of that. I myself don't typically ever venture into their stores but I did at one time before I started buying my supplements online - much more cost efficient.
The #1 rule I try to tell people about GNC is that the people their are sales people. It's in their job description. Their job is to sell you the GNC brand at all costs, lure you into the "big buys", and most of all, make sure they make a hard sales pitch. Some have knowledge with supplements but most don't know much besides the ingredients usually.
Case in point, one of my friends went into GNC the other day looking for a creatine monohydrate product. I had suggested him Gaspari's SizeOn. He made mention of it and the young man working at the counter said there's much better alternatives to Gaspari's Size On. He of course recommended the GNC brand first but my friend wasn't nibbling at the bait.
So, shortly after the guy suggested this creatine monohydrate called EAS Phosphagen Elite which actually pales in comparison to SizeOn. 68 total carbs (66 sugar) and many more total calories. I could not stop laughing.
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