P-slin for MMA and Grappling?

  1. P-slin for MMA and Grappling?


    Just wondering if anyone has used P-slin for MMA or Grappling (while also weight training)? and did it help?


  2. it helps with shuttling carbs to your muscle cells during your workouts and give you an extreme pump then take JACK3D for pre workout

  3. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    Just wondering if anyone has used P-slin for MMA or Grappling (while also weight training)? and did it help?
    i wouldn't think you'd want a crazy big pump in mma. what reason were u looking to use it?
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  4. if you're looking to stay lean and able to compete at the same weight or even lower stacking anabolic pump with LeanFX works great. I have noticed within the last 2 and a half weeks ive leaned down some and gotten rid of some water weight and gotten more vascular

  5. Ya it wasn't really for the pump but more the extra energy and faster recovery But I'm ordering some today to give it a shot.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    Ya it wasn't really for the pump but more the extra energy and faster recovery But I'm ordering some today to give it a shot.
    try something like cordygen that would help too.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by jsp0785 View Post
    try something like cordygen that would help too.
    I completely agree! We've had multiple logs run by MMA competitors on many different products in our cordygen line all with great results. Right now there is one being run on Cre-02/Cordygen 5 stack by a MMA athlete and he is loving it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsp0785 View Post
    i wouldn't think you'd want a crazy big pump in mma. what reason were u looking to use it?
    Since weighlifiting is a blood flow exercise the pump is part of the game.

    Steroids cause tremendous pumps in the weight room but not in the cage.

    PSLIN will allow the athlete to push the pace harder and longer...

    PSLIN-Creatine-Beta Alanine is a grapplers dream.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    Since weighlifiting is a blood flow exercise the pump is part of the game.

    Steroids cause tremendous pumps in the weight room but not in the cage.

    PSLIN will allow the athlete to push the pace harder and longer...

    PSLIN-Creatine-Beta Alanine is a grapplers dream.
    The pump in the cage part is wrong, particularly in the forearms. I've had many, many sessions where my forearms become engorged after just a couple of warm-up rolls.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  10. Ya I was loving the P-slin a lot, Just blew my shoulder tho, so unfortunately I will be out for a bit. Would P-slin have good benefits just for running?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    The pump in the cage part is wrong, particularly in the forearms. I've had many, many sessions where my forearms become engorged after just a couple of warm-up rolls.
    Wrong in your case but to generalize as wrong across the board is silly. Especially with the prevelance of AAS use in the sport.

    Once gripping/forearm strength is improved that subsides but that is common even without the use of AAS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    Ya I was loving the P-slin a lot, Just blew my shoulder tho, so unfortunately I will be out for a bit. Would P-slin have good benefits just for running?
    Anytime you can force glucose into muscle cells endurance will increase.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    Wrong in your case but to generalize as wrong across the board is silly. Especially with the prevelance of AAS use in the sport.

    Once gripping/forearm strength is improved that subsides but that is common even without the use of AAS.
    It's silly to say that there will not be a pump during a fight, especially form the grappling aspect. Generally speaking, the stand-up aspect does not have nearly as much tension placed upon the muscle, but grappling is much different in this respect. Many times, fighters experience major fatigue in the forearms while going for a choke, especially a RNC or guillotine.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    It's silly to say that there will not be a pump during a fight, especially form the grappling aspect. Generally speaking, the stand-up aspect does not have nearly as much tension placed upon the muscle, but grappling is much different in this respect. Many times, fighters experience major fatigue in the forearms while going for a choke, especially a RNC or guillotine.
    Never said there would not be a pump, I said steroids will not cause a pump while grappling fighting as it would in the weight room. People love to get off topic by changing the direction of the subject.

    If applied correctly a choke should be effortless and from my 8 years of grappling it has never been a forearm dominant movement.

    Choke is not a forearm dominated movement....Its a whole body movement so is grappling or ground fighting and you shouldn't be tense on the ground either.

    Steroids will help your training and it will not hamper it and stating the other wise is illogical.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    Never said there would not be a pump, I said steroids will not cause a pump while grappling fighting as it would in the weight room. People love to get off topic by changing the direction of the subject.

    If applied correctly a choke should be effortless and from my 8 years of grappling it has never been a forearm dominant movement.

    Choke is not a forearm dominated movement....Its a whole body movement so is grappling or ground fighting and you shouldn't be tense on the ground either.

    Steroids will help your training and it will not hamper it and stating the other wise is illogical.
    Never said it would hurt and it is ludicrous to say that a choke should be effortless. In a live sparring/fighting situation (especially when a gi is involved), seldom is anything effortless. There are many times when fighters "burn-out" their forarems or legs while applying a Brabo, D'Arce, Guillotine or Triangle choke. In theory, it should be effortless, but no person is going to not try to fight through a submission.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys

  

  
 

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