What's the best bang for your buck in the BCAA category in pill form?
IMO your best bet iswhich is powder. No idea about pill forms.
Was also going to say xtend. It's my personal fav. Not sure about pills. More than likely your best bet for pills is going to either be our BCAA powerchews, or just something basic like liver tabs.
I have never bought any BCAAs other then bulk.
Powders are more economical than pills. Personally I'm a fan of VPX Powershock because of the added EAA's or Myogenix Amino2. Xtend is also a really great product
I am a huge fan of Mass Aminos by Beverly International. I take them throughout the day, and really notice a difference in performance as well as the lowering of DOMS
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What is the amino count in recoverpro?
Thanks EasyEJL!Originally Posted by EasyEJL
I say Allmax aminocore ....
Why? Servings of. BCAA are great.
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Taste is amazing
Price wise? Picked up 111 serving jug for 54 dollars on Amazon
Xtend on sale right now at NP for like 13.99
The best is based on preference and opinion. If you want to try samples of both flavors of RecoverpRO, PM EasyE or myself with your shipping information. You'll need a decent shaker due to the leucine content, though.
RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49
umm why pill form man? if the avg pill carries 1g of powder, you need to take 10-20 pills per serving... not my favorite. go with xtend or bulk BCAA powder on a budget
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Load up on the xtend sale that Nutraplanet has on the old version of Xtend. You can mix match small tubs so a "large" would only cost you 42 bucks. All things considered, this is the best deal and it's in the university proven 2:1:1 ratio, not the broscienced 4:1:1.
I have a feeling there is going to be some big things on the horizon in the post/intr workout category.
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What? Taking the same ingredients everyone has seen for years, putting them in a product, claiming them to be novel, but won't run a study to prove it? I mean, that's industry standard. A big thing for this industry would be a company actually running 1 study on a sku they make.