Good supps for summer

  1. Good supps for summer


    What you guys taking for summer?? Looking to add to my normal stack

    Currently talking
    ON Whey
    Glutamine
    Multi


  2. No creatine in your staples? That should be the very first thing you get. Then drop the glutamine.

    Next would be to make sure you have diet and training on point.

    What type of supplements have you ran before, if any?
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    No creatine in your staples? That should be the very first thing you get. Then drop the glutamine.

    Next would be to make sure you have diet and training on point.

    What type of supplements have you ran before, if any?
    agreed. drop the glutamine. if you are looking for other supplements to stack or whatnot, look for anabeta elite, erase, forskolin, alphamine
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  4. I've tried a few creatines and can't find a good one. I have a sensitive stomach due to my surgery I had. I need to find a good no-flavor brand. Any suggestions???I like to mix the creatine in with my protein shake

  5. BioCor Creatine Mono or any bulk mono.

    http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/b...500-grams.html
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  6. If you have a sensitive stomach, look into SNS MCC or Creignite. The magnesium chelate creatine should help with the stomach issues.

    Edit: just noticed you said non-flavored so the creignite may not be your best option. Are you just wanting non-flavored because you like mixing with your shakes?
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  7. creatine
    beta alanine
    alphamine if looking for a fat burner/pre workout

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Younglifter16 View Post
    creatine
    beta alanine
    alphamine if looking for a fat burner/pre workout
    Agreed, forgot to mention BA.
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  9. Drop the Glutamine, find a better tasting protein, add some Fish Oil, and grab some bulk Creatine (2-3g if larger doses are giving you stomach issues) and Beta Alanine (4-6g daily).

    From there it depends on what you are looking to do as far as goals but a nice addition would be either a stimulant pre-workout (Enhanced, Uncut, Origin) or maybe a fat burner if you are going to look to drop weight, given proper diet (Stimmed burner options: Alphamine, new Decimate; Non-stim options: Reduce XT, DCP).

    That should give you some stuff to kind of research and get started but drop some more specific goals, etc. and better suggestions can be given.
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  10. everything mentioned abooovvvvve and Citrulline Malate, COP,and LCLT
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  11. I always run Eviscerate series with Abliderate Advanced in the summer. Like the other suggestions as well. Alphamine is as good as it gets in the fat burner department, I run E/C stack a lot to prepare for beach season.
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  12. Agree drop the glutamine. Creignite I like a lot. Multi, fish oil, protein, and food! Everything comes in second to food.

  13. A great pre bundled stack right here.

    http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/r...dle-stack.html

    Even has some fancy headphones to jam your favorite beats while killing the weights.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Even has some fancy headphones to your favoritle breasts while killing the weights.
    What's with you Finaflex guys with glutes and breasts huh
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    Drop the Glutamine, find a better tasting protein, add some Fish Oil, and grab some bulk Creatine (2-3g if larger doses are giving you stomach issues) and Beta Alanine (4-6g daily).

    From there it depends on what you are looking to do as far as goals but a nice addition would be either a stimulant pre-workout (Enhanced, Uncut, Origin) or maybe a fat burner if you are going to look to drop weight, given proper diet (Stimmed burner options: Alphamine, new Decimate; Non-stim options: Reduce XT, DCP).

    That should give you some stuff to kind of research and get started but drop some more specific goals, etc. and better suggestions can be given.
    Lots of good suggestions there. I'm enjoying Alphamine again after a nice break feels good to be back on it. I'm also excited to see the new DCP.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    What's with you Finaflex guys with glutes and breasts huh
    Dang auto correct lol.
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  17. I'm just starting my E/C stack for summer

  18. drop the glutamine,

    creatine can definitely be added in, bulk mono is hard to beat for the price and it's the most studied
    DCP or tt-33 for a non-stim fat burner
    PR-XT if you're looking for a natural, leaning anabolic, or Nolvadren XT to help lower estrogen and cortisol, but those are if you are looking for anything more than basics
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    If you have a sensitive stomach, look into SNS MCC or Creignite. The magnesium chelate creatine should help with the stomach issues.

    Edit: just noticed you said non-flavored so the creignite may not be your best option. Are you just wanting non-flavored because you like mixing with your shakes?
    Ya I like the non flavored ones. I rather mix with protein shake.
    All flavored creatines my stomach usually can't handle

  20. Op, just to give you a head up. I will be posting a logging opportunity for BioCor sometime tonight and it will have creatine mono along with a few other goodies. Ill post the link on here for you if you are interested.
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by allnatural923 View Post
    drop the glutamine,

    creatine can definitely be added in, bulk mono is hard to beat for the price and it's the most studied
    DCP or tt-33 for a non-stim fat burner
    PR-XT if you're looking for a natural, leaning anabolic, or Nolvadren XT to help lower estrogen and cortisol, but those are if you are looking for anything more than basics
    I've heard nothing but positive feedback with nolvadren xt, especially from people who use it for cutting
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  22. Great suggestions...I've had great success running XGels, eviserate & pump spray over the last several weeks...getting pumped for summer...literally...keep meaning to add in alphamine..
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    Great suggestions...I've had great success running XGels, eviserate & pump spray over the last several weeks...getting pumped for summer...literally...keep meaning to add in alphamine..
    Add that Alphamine!

    X-gels + Burn24 is treating me very well right now.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post

    Add that Alphamine!

    X-gels + Burn24 is treating me very well right now.
    Workin on it there's a few things on my wish list...I haven't heard much feedback from burn24, so that's cool...
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