I've got $50 bucks...
- 02-07-2010, 04:52 PM
I've got $50 bucks...
to spend on something, but I don't want to do anything hormonal for another few months. It's been ~2 months since I had shoulder surgery, and I'm still recovering. I've lost about 11 lbs since the surgery, which is a lot for me. Was ~170, now 159 (I'm 5'5"). I just recently started easing back into some very light lifting, but I don't think it'll be too much longer before I'll be able to really get back into it (hopefully). Losing the weight has been a b*tch, and not being able to lift heavy is killing me Gotta let nature do its thang, tho...
I'd like to try something non-hormonal, but wanted to get some feedback from the board before making a decision. I know I should be able to bounce back pretty quick with the "newbie" gains and all, but would like something to help out with vascularity and hardness. So tell me - based on experience - if you had $50 to spend on a good natty product, what would you get?
- 02-07-2010, 04:55 PM
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02-07-2010, 05:20 PM
I would look ator for the money on hand. If you had those types of products on hand already, well then my vote would be or Stoked.
Now if you could double that budget..........Well. Swole Stack it is.
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Buy a case of good beer, invite people over, watch TV.
Shredding (3/19/13): OxyElite Pro (Original Formula) + Compound 20
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best product for strength: Prime. 39.99, put the extra 10 in the gas tank or go buy some mono
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To the OP...Seriously...do not waste your money on supplements...stock up on what matters and what gets you the results you want...food. If you want supplements to do their job you have take care of your basics first.
"Never trust a b*tch because b*tches be crazy, now get out there and go crush some P***Y!" - Jerry Stiller.
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