Can someone recommend a couple of BCAA products? I usually usebut would like to try another,would like something with a good taste but not full of sugar or any crap. Thanks.
USPowders Bulk Modern BCAA, AI RecoverPro, Beverly International Mass Aminos.
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Yeah bro I'd say definitely Bulk Modern...can't beat the price and it mixes really well compared to other more pricey brands. I also really like Recover Pro...both flavors are awesome. If you are looking for a little boost from your BCAAs try Formula X from Athletix...contains your BCAAs and DAA (D-Aspartic Acid) which is a natural testosterone booster.Originally Posted by Celorza
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Agree with the bulk modern and recoverpro recommendations. Recoverpro taste better to me but is a little more expensive. I'm also a fan of gaspari's citrus flavored aminolast close to a lemonade flavor
thanks again fellows,i will give recovery pro a try,4.1.1 plus its fairly economical,found the 42 servings for 18.95
Chain'D Reaction is my staple, strawberry banana tastes good.
AI Recoverpro is good. Tastes good and mixes decent, not great, decent and cheap comparatively. Axis Labs N'Gage is my favorite though cause it tastes amazing and mixes perfectly. Little bit pricier though.
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I love Xtend but have been pretty impressed with Gaspari Aminolast. IForce compete is pretty good too, though some would consider it an intra workout rather than a recovery aid.
Idk why,but i have tried aminos before pre and post and intra...I dnt know what to expect.To me there a waste of money.A few protein shakes have plenty of the 3 bcaas,im fine with that. Yes i understand what they do,but lets say as an intra,i dnt feel anything. Maybe best as a postworkout with your protein shake.
1-Impressed how?Originally Posted by chikthatlifts
2-why & whats the differences?
Axis labs en gage. Glacier punch rocks!
2-because it doesn't actually contain bcaa's. It has some phosphates, carnitine and vit c & d, but it acts as a recovery aid in that its supposed to minimize soreness.
I get my BCAA's from Formula-X and Perform(fahrenheit nutrition)
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