Ok I have bulk BCAA that says 1/4t.=500mg there for 1t.=2,000mg correct?? I also have an old bottle of Optimum Nutrition BCAA. 1t.=5,000mg. I do not have a scale so.....
Which was is right????
it depends on theof the bcaa that you got , due to the some BCAA powders have larger flakes than others. I would follow what is written in the bulk bcaa so yes 2 gms
1/4 + 1/4 + 1/4 +1/4 = 2000mg
where can i get good quality bulk bcaa. because i thought most bulk supplement are from china aren't most supps from china full of impurities thanks for your help
1/4tsp=500mgOriginally Posted by sogone2day
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Originally Posted by bigstabile
Hey who the hell let the math nerd a$$ in here.....lol jk
Good to see you stil remeber somthing from college algebra
Would Mixing say 3 servings of Scivation X-tend in with a gallon of water and some extra BCAA's, Glutamine, and citurline malate (left over bulk powders) be fine or would it lose its potency?
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You'll be good with that. There have been logs done on mega dosing bcaas, don't know if cost/benefit wise it paid off but may be worth a try.Originally Posted by Distilled Water
Personally I seem to get the best results taking 3 servings about 15 mintues preworkout, 1 serving immediatly post workout and an optional 2 servings during workout. Between meals I just pop a full spectrum amino (optimum nutrition amino 2222) the rest of the day.