Taurine time and dose

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    I know of a guy who uses mag and taurine as a means to treat his anxiety. So for some I would say it can have a calming effect.
    I notice this A LOT when i use topical mag. Topical mag for me has a great calming almost euphoric effect on me.
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  2. Try magnesium threonate...really pleasant stuff.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Jawbreaker24 View Post
    So if your using it as a cycle aid, then it's 50mg Pre workout that's it? What about non workout days...


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    I believe he said 50mg/kg

    That is 50mg for every kg of body weight.

    As for me I take 3g about 1 hour before working out and another 3g en route to the gym. That is what I found to help while on cycle for me.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by murk01 View Post
    How is natadrol, u see any gaind
    @ second week went off.6 caps per day this week.

    Strenth is going to damn high .But with gains i dont know cause i didnt make a good effort with my diet.But for the third week i will improve it much again.I will post some fotos from the starting of the cycle and from the end if i found the way to do it too .

  5. I occasionally get calf/quad cramps in the middle middle of the night after a hard leg day. Would dosing pre-bed help with this?

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  6. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    50mg/kg preworkout
    What does this do?

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Quadzilla99 View Post

    What does this do?
    Taurine is helpful preworkout, and especially helpful for those on cycle for limiting back pumps
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by Daycrawler View Post
    Taurine is helpful preworkout, and especially helpful for those on cycle for limiting back pumps
    See I knew that but I thought Coop was recommending it off cycle

  9. So if you're off cycle what does it do I guess is what I'm asking or is it worth taking

  10. What's up with taurine for post work out recovery to aid in nutrient delivery to muscles and counter the effects of excess muscle damage?

    http://www.poliquingroup.com/Tips/ta...kout-Pain.aspx

    Suggests 2g taurine+3.2g bcaa post workout... Would this be immediately like in the locker room after a lift.. Or 20-30 minutes with your post workout meal? Since taurine will help with insulin sensitivity, Im thinking dosing it right before I start eating my post workiut meal would be most beneficial.

    Should this be done 7 days a week or just on training days? Also, could I take the taurine with another meal too? To help with the insulin sensitivity? Thanks

  11. Im always skeptical of poliquin articles. Let me read it and check his references to see
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  12. He can exaggerate at times..or perhaps get overly enthusiastic , but there is new research on taurine that makes it look like a more viable pre/post workout aid than it did years ago.

    http://www.ergo-log.com/taurine-archives.html

  13. Cooper was a big fan of it. Recommended 50 mg/KG of body weight 30-60 mins pre
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Quadzilla99 View Post
    Cooper was a big fan of it. Recommended 50 mg/KG of body weight 30-60 mins pre
    Yea I'm looking for post workout uses for recovery and Insulin sensitivity

  15. Quote Originally Posted by chedapalooza View Post
    Yea I'm looking for post workout uses for recovery and Insulin sensitivity
    Insulin sensitivity is increased post workout anyway. https://www.thieme-connect.com/DOI/D...55/s-2000-8847
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post

    Insulin sensitivity is increased post workout anyway. https://www.thieme-connect.com/DOI/D...55/s-2000-8847
    Correct. Just more so.. I've been a low carber for many years (under 100g daily) sometimes keto... and just recently started really getting carbs up there.. (200-400g daily depending on factors/training) so I know my body isn't the best at utilizing them currently. Just looking to make this bulk as lean as possible!
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