Poll: What should the next product be at Athletix Sports?

What should Athletix Sports' next product be?

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  1. Given the name and track record, an endurance line would be cool. Have Pre and Post workout formulas.

    Pre:
    Citrulline Malate 3g
    Beta Alanine 3g
    LCLT 1.5g
    Vinpcoetine or Sulbutiamine 10mg or 350mg
    AAKG 2-4g
    Taurine 2g
    CEE 3g or some other form of creatine. Maybe something similar to Trinitine?
    Glutamine 5g
    1,3 10-20mg This could be omitted.
    Rasberry Ketones 250-500mg Could work synergisticly with LCLT to help lean out.
    NAT 400mg

    Post:
    Beta Alanine 2g
    LCLT 1g
    Glutamine 5g
    CEE 1-2g or CM 5g
    L-Leucine or a BCAA blend. A good, cost efficient amount.
    ALA 300mg
    Protein 15-20g depending on cost
    Carbs 15-20g Again depending on cost and serving size. i.e. 2 scoops compared to 7.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Knotch View Post
    Given the name and track record, an endurance line would be cool. Have Pre and Post workout formulas.

    Pre:
    Citrulline Malate 3g
    Beta Alanine 3g
    LCLT 1.5g
    Vinpcoetine or Sulbutiamine 10mg or 350mg
    AAKG 2-4g
    Taurine 2g
    CEE 3g or some other form of creatine. Maybe something similar to Trinitine?
    Glutamine 5g
    1,3 10-20mg This could be omitted.
    Rasberry Ketones 250-500mg Could work synergisticly with LCLT to help lean out.
    NAT 400mg

    Post:
    Beta Alanine 2g
    LCLT 1g
    Glutamine 5g
    CEE 1-2g or CM 5g
    L-Leucine or a BCAA blend. A good, cost efficient amount.
    ALA 300mg
    Protein 15-20g depending on cost
    Carbs 15-20g Again depending on cost and serving size. i.e. 2 scoops compared to 7.

    I like the idea of Endurance products for Athletes, Adamantium is great for pre-workout and contains LCLT + Titanium as LCLT so wouldn't want more LCLT a day then that. Division 1 will be great to add in as well.

    Cordyceps would def make a great addition in a pre-endurance product. Would love to see Athletix come up with a post-workout, there isn't too many good ones out right now.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    I'm pretty much feeling the same way as you, I'd love to see many of the ingredients you mentioned, something like this?

    Citruline Malate- 5 grams
    Beta-Alanine- 4g
    MCC-3g
    Taurine-2g
    Acetyl-L-tyrosine- 400mg
    CordyCeps
    Caffeine- 150mg
    Theophylline
    Sulbutiamine
    Bullseye! I want this

    I'm in late into this discussion, but I really like the idea of having cordyceps in products. Really helps with high intensity workouts. 4g BA is crucial - anything less sucks. I had forgotten about taurine, but I think it would definitely have a place. Throw in the B vitamins there, too, and you're set.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    I like the idea of Endurance products for Athletes, Adamantium is great for pre-workout and contains LCLT + Titanium as LCLT so wouldn't want more LCLT a day then that. Division 1 will be great to add in as well.

    Cordyceps would def make a great addition in a pre-endurance product. Would love to see Athletix come up with a post-workout, there isn't too many good ones out right now.
    I personally never saw much of a difference using Cordygen Max or whatever the latest incarnation was called. I just got Adamantium and Rasberry Ketones and I'm waiting on funds to get XFA and for a 'come back' stack if you will. What I listed is similar to what I'll be doing after using mostly bulk powders. Have you guys thought of adding creatine to Adamantium? Could make it more attractive without adding too much cost. Or even AAKG?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Torobestia View Post
    Bullseye! I want this

    I'm in late into this discussion, but I really like the idea of having cordyceps in products. Really helps with high intensity workouts. 4g BA is crucial - anything less sucks. I had forgotten about taurine, but I think it would definitely have a place. Throw in the B vitamins there, too, and you're set.
    Cordyceps do work great pre-workout. Glad you liked my idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by Knotch View Post
    I personally never saw much of a difference using Cordygen Max or whatever the latest incarnation was called. I just got Adamantium and Rasberry Ketones and I'm waiting on funds to get XFA and for a 'come back' stack if you will. What I listed is similar to what I'll be doing after using mostly bulk powders. Have you guys thought of adding creatine to Adamantium? Could make it more attractive without adding too much cost. Or even AAKG?
    AAKG doesn't work very good unless it's through an IV. Adamantium works great on it's on but def like your idea on maybe adding something in.


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  6. How about a straight performance product that can be taken every day consisting around some BCAAs?

    With the pink lemonade flavor
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    How about a straight performance product that can be taken every day consisting around some BCAAs?

    With the pink lemonade flavor
    Agreed, that would be amazing if you could get some BCAA's with the Taste that Adamantium has, that would be sick!
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  8. I want a daily performance product too. None stim.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    Agreed, that would be amazing if you could get some BCAA's with the Taste that Adamantium has, that would be sick!
    Yah, It's good.

  10. There is never enough pre-workouts out there. If you can honestly make a good one then go for it.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    How about a straight performance product that can be taken every day consisting around some BCAAs?

    With the pink lemonade flavor
    It's too bad that the Adamantium already has LCLT. I've been adding LCLT to my (bulk unflavored) BCAA drinks between meals and it totally masks the flavor to the point of almost being good. And believe me, that's at least half of what makes the Adamantium taste so good. Maybe they could still add it in - not everyone wants to take DAA, after all, but everyone likes BCAAs.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Knotch View Post
    Given the name and track record, an endurance line would be cool. Have Pre and Post workout formulas.

    Pre:
    Citrulline Malate 3g
    Beta Alanine 3g
    LCLT 1.5g
    Vinpcoetine or Sulbutiamine 10mg or 350mg
    AAKG 2-4g
    Taurine 2g
    CEE 3g or some other form of creatine. Maybe something similar to Trinitine?
    Glutamine 5g
    1,3 10-20mg This could be omitted.
    Rasberry Ketones 250-500mg Could work synergisticly with LCLT to help lean out.
    NAT 400mg

    Post:
    Beta Alanine 2g
    LCLT 1g
    Glutamine 5g
    CEE 1-2g or CM 5g
    L-Leucine or a BCAA blend. A good, cost efficient amount.
    ALA 300mg
    Protein 15-20g depending on cost
    Carbs 15-20g Again depending on cost and serving size. i.e. 2 scoops compared to 7.
    I am curious why people still think CEE is worth a darn. MCC, mono or creatine nitrate are really all that I would consider. MCC is great, cheap, give no water bloat and did I mention you only need about 3 grams to be effective as opposed to 5 with mono? Either way, swap out the CEE and those formulas have promise less the AAKG which is a waste.
    If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).

  13. I wonder why everyone thinks there are better creatines then mono out there? MCC has yet to be proven better since it was not ever compared to mono in the study done on it. I will not spend extra cash unless I know it is infact, better.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by SweetLou321 View Post
    I wonder why everyone thinks there are better creatines then mono out there? MCC has yet to be proven better since it was not ever compared to mono in the study done on it. I will not spend extra cash unless I know it is infact, better.
    Your choice to do so though I got better results from MCC, Trinitine and Creatine Nitrate than I EVER did from mono and I took less. I don't need a study to tell me what my body will show me in the mirror and the gym. How can you say a creatine that is based off of mono that has an electrolyte on it is not just as good and will help with keeping your electrolyte balance in check. This whole mono is the only creatine argument is old, ignorant and frankly tiring. Believe what you want I just really get sick of the bro logic when comparing mono to anything. You speak of studies, how many have you read and can post about how it is superior? I don't have time for that, I would much rather train, eat, sleep and screw my girlfriend .
    If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).

  15. Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    Your choice to do so though I got better results from MCC, Trinitine and Creatine Nitrate than I EVER did from mono and I took less. I don't need a study to tell me what my body will show me in the mirror and the gym. How can you say a creatine that is based off of mono that has an electrolyte on it is not just as good and will help with keeping your electrolyte balance in check. This whole mono is the only creatine argument is old, ignorant and frankly tiring. Believe what you want I just really get sick of the bro logic when comparing mono to anything. You speak of studies, how many have you read and can post about how it is superior? I don't have time for that, I would much rather train, eat, sleep and screw my girlfriend .
    great post!!!
    WELL DONE IS BETTER THAN WELL SAID

  16. Quote Originally Posted by oufinny View Post
    I am curious why people still think CEE is worth a darn. MCC, mono or creatine nitrate are really all that I would consider. MCC is great, cheap, give no water bloat and did I mention you only need about 3 grams to be effective as opposed to 5 with mono? Either way, swap out the CEE and those formulas have promise less the AAKG which is a waste.
    I went from using CEE to Green Magnitude by Controlled Labs and LOST strength. CEE and Mono are the only creatines that make a difference with me. I wish MCC worked for me because as you said it's cheap, but it doesn't. AAKG increases bloodflow enough to help with endurance but not enough to give you an annoying 'pump'. That's why I said the formula would be geared toward athletes and not bodybuilders.

  17. I would like to see something like..
    5g Creatine Mono (no other forms)
    3g Beta Alanine
    6g Citrulline malate
    Waxy Maize (however much is economically relevant from company standing)

    Very simple but I like this stack. Doesnt over do it and can be marketed fairly cheap i believe.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by DeppJarrod View Post
    I would like to see something like..
    5g Creatine Mono (no other forms)
    3g Beta Alanine
    6g Citrulline malate
    Waxy Maize (however much is economically relevant from company standing)

    Very simple but I like this stack. Doesnt over do it and can be marketed fairly cheap i believe.

    Thanks for your input!
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    Thanks for your input!
    You are welcome. I did not include a stim becuase I believe some people like to alter there dosages according to many factors; such as time of day, schedule, current energy level.

  20. I would like to see some kind of deal where for a few bucks we can get a tub of the product with out an ingredient we ioght not whant for whatever reason.

    This coud make for a real please everybody product.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by DeppJarrod View Post
    You are welcome. I did not include a stim becuase I believe some people like to alter there dosages according to many factors; such as time of day, schedule, current energy level.
    A basic formula could be interesting, some gplc would be nice, just too bad it brings up the price. Non stim could be good, but would still like to see sulbutiamine for some natural energy. Non-Stim is nice because it's cheap to buy caffeine if anyone really wants to add some stim in.


    Quote Originally Posted by kingdong View Post
    I would like to see some kind of deal where for a few bucks we can get a tub of the product with out an ingredient we ioght not whant for whatever reason.

    This coud make for a real please everybody product.
    Sounds kinda like a custom pre-workout, don't think that would be a possibility.
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    A basic formula could be interesting, some gplc would be nice, just too bad it brings up the price. Non stim could be good, but would still like to see sulbutiamine for some natural energy. Non-Stim is nice because it's cheap to buy caffeine if anyone really wants to add some stim in.




    Sounds kinda like a custom pre-workout, don't think that would be a possibility.
    The formula listed that we have talked about a bunch, with sulb as the natural stim in it would be great. I suggest that Athletix makes a CHEAP stim pill that is of the following make up, sell it for under $15 to compliment the pre-workout IF you need a boost that day.
    • Caffeine - 100 mgs
    • Synephrine - 30 mgs
    • OR Theobromine - 150 mgs


    Don't get fancy with it, make a no frills stim that you can take 2 of for a big boost, 1 to get you going on a normal day and not fry your CNS.
    If my direct and cynical approach bothers you, just ignore it. I'm just saying what you need to hear ;).

  23. + Theophylline and it's a great idea
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  24. Lets hear some more ideas!

    Seems like a lot of people want to see a pre-workout, let us know what you want in your dream pre-workout supplement!
    Core Nutritionals Representative

  25. Beta Alanine (4000 mg)
    L-Citruline DL-Malate
    Arginine AKG
    Icariin
    Di-creatine Malate
    Creatine Nitrate
    L-Taurine
    Creatinol-O-Phosphate
    Agmatine Sulfate
    Glucoronolactone
    Thiamizine (Thiamine Disulfide Butyrate Ester)
    200mg Caffeine anhydrous
    Theoephylline
    1,3 dimethylamylamine
    DAA?


    That would be the perfect preworkout!
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  26. Not necessarily a pre-workout....

    ...but I'd love a "pump" product that last ALL day, or at least 12+ hrs.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by FL3X MAGNUM View Post
    Beta Alanine (4000 mg)
    L-Citruline DL-Malate
    Arginine AKG
    Icariin
    Di-creatine Malate
    Creatine Nitrate
    L-Taurine
    Creatinol-O-Phosphate
    Agmatine Sulfate
    Glucoronolactone
    Thiamizine (Thiamine Disulfide Butyrate Ester)
    200mg Caffeine anhydrous
    Theoephylline
    1,3 dimethylamylamine
    DAA?


    That would be the perfect preworkout!
    lol-very nice!!!
    WELL DONE IS BETTER THAN WELL SAID

  28. Quote Originally Posted by FL3X MAGNUM View Post
    Beta Alanine (4000 mg)
    GPLC
    L-Citruline DL-Malate
    Icariin
    Di-Creatine Malate
    L-Taurine
    Glucoronolactone
    Thiamizine (Thiamine Disulfide Butyrate Ester)
    150mg Caffeine anhydrous
    Theoephylline
    Fixed lol

    Now it looks really good
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  29. Quote Originally Posted by Hawk View Post
    Not necessarily a pre-workout....

    ...but I'd love a "pump" product that last ALL day, or at least 12+ hrs.
    I really like the pump product idea as well, maybe something that can be taken 2-3 times a day for a non-stop all day vascularity/pump.
    Core Nutritionals Representative

  30. preworkout with BCAA

    Low stim focus/energy

    Methyl-b12 5mg
    Sulbutiamine 500mg
    Glucuronolactone 500mg
    Picamillion 150 mg
    Huperazine-a 50mcg
    Caffeine 150mg
    DL-Phenylalanine 500mg
    Acetyl L-Carnitine HCl 1500mg


    ATP/pump
    Beta Alanine 2g
    CreapureŽ 5G
    Creatinol-o-phosphate 1.5G
    Arginine Nitrate 1G
    Citrulline 2g
    AstraginŽ 50mg

    Bcaas 4:1:1
    Leucine 2g
    Leucine nitrate 2g
    isolecuine 500mg
    isolecuine nitrate 500mg
    Valine 500mg
    Valine nitrate 500mg

    Astragin looks like a more effective bioperine IMO


    AstraGin™ is a proprietary formulation consisting of ginsenosides extracted from Panax notoginseng and alcohol fraction from Astragalus membranaceous. AstraGin™ has been demonstrated in vitro, in vivo, and in human to significantly promote and improve absorption of amino acids, glucose, and vitamins. AstraGin™ increases the absorption of amino acids, glucose, and vitamins through the regulation and paralleled alteration on both the protein and mRNA expression levels of the Na+/glucose cotransporter 1 (SGLT1) gene.

    Applications

    1. For enhanced absorption of amino acids
    2. For enhanced absorption of glucose (sports and exercise application)
    3. For enhanced absorption of vitamins
    4. For enhanced absorption of other nutrients

    Constituents

    Ginsenosides from Panax notoginseng and alcohol fraction from Astragalus membranaceous.

    In Vitro Study

    In an in vitro study, AstraGin™ was shown to significantly increase the absorption of amino acids, glucose, and vitamins when compared to a control group. The in vitro study on AstraGin™ is similar to the in vitro study published in J. Agric. Food Chem., Vol. 55, No. 5, 2007 by T.C. Chang, etc. that was sponsored and funded by NuLiv Science. The AstraGin™ in vitro study will be available for review after its patent application is finalized.

    In Vivo Study

    In an in vivo study, AstraGin™ demonstrated to significantly decrease the glucose level and improve the plasma insulin concentration in the AstraGin™ treated animals for 1-month as measured by oral glucose tolerance test.

    Human Study

    In a human study, AstraGin™ demonstrated to significantly enhance the post-exercise glycogen storage in a 24 hr period in the treated subjects when compared to the control group as measured by muscle biopsy.
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