Yes it does, thank you.Originally posted by cookmic5
perhaps I should clarify then, I did not notice results from my previous creatine cycles and thus would consider myself a non-responder. I have tried V2 and responded. Hope this helps.
I'm a creatine nonresponder. Regular powdered creatine never did anything for me. Then I tried micronized creatine. That didn't do anything either. Then I tried those creatine/carb combos EAS's Phosphagen HP. Didn't have any luck with that either.
I tried San's V12 and had great success with it. My only complaint was the cost. It's a bit expensive. IMHO. Great results, just to expensive.
I decide to give Swole V2 a go and I must say that this is hands down the most effective supplement I have used with the exception of prohormones. Good strength increases, muscles seem fuller all the time, great pumps, and it's pretty cheap. I'd definitely recommend Swole V2 for nonresponders. I can't guarantee it'll work for everyone but for the cost, it's worth a try.
Creatine never 'did' it for me...I tried V12 a few months back and it was okay...possibly a bit better then creatine mono...I'm currently on Swole V2 and it's better, IMHO, then San v12. Better pumps, vascularity, strength and my final sets feel like my first...In all honesty, you really can't go wrong with it *crossing fingers for YOUR sake*
Thank you for your responses.
Has anyone ever used a creatine titrate product? if so how did it work, especially if you are a nonresponder.
its the glycocyamine that helps it work for non responders right.
which of these new creatines contains the most glycocyamine and also the most AAK.
also ive tried V12 twice and it worked very well the first time.second time it did not work too well but i think my training had been platueing and i kept with the same routine for too long.im gonna use it again tho in about 2 months and see how it goes.
I know this is kinda an old thread but I have a question- some of the posts mentioned using V12 (and I assume Swole would work too) as part of M1T PCT. Is there a reason you would not use this during the M1T cycle as well? I had planned to continue with my creatine or one of the alternate products like V12 while taking M1T but now am wondering if there is a reason I shouldn't.
After all the positive reviews, I decided I would try one of these products. I triedand noticed nothing significant.
tried V12, did ****
Out of curiosity, do you think any of these products (v12 etc.) would perform better for people who respond to just plain old creatine monohydrate or would the results be about the same?
most likley the same maybe a bit better.not sure
I didn't notice anything either, and I've used 3 or 4 differant kinds. I didn't really notice anything from any of them.Originally Posted by BigVrunga
I am a creatine responder and it totally rocks for me but maybe buffered creatine will help non-responders also.
I never really noticed any benefits from straight mono., I tried V12 and enjoyed the product very much after I increased my pre-workout dose to 2 scoops instead of 1. Does anyone who has used V12 cycle it like the directions say, or do you take it continualy like reg. mono.????
I have just bought my sans v12 and will be starting on monday. I have not in the past seen acceptable results from creatine. At present I am 154 so I will post preliminary results in two weeks. That should be enough time to see results. nice thread