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    RPM, Drive, and X-Lean?


    Is this a doable stack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Bishop;
    Is this a doable stack?
    I would personally leave out the X-Lean, as it is a completely different type of glucocorticoid antagonist than found in RMP and Drive. Combined, RPM and Drive boast a potent combination of lipolytic and thermogenic agents, anabolic and anti-catabolic nutrients, as well as powerful antioxidants. I'll go for an RPM-and-Drive stack.
    I do not imply X-Lean is inferior, by the way. I just meant it would be more appropriate in a different type of stack.
    Good will choosing
    Last edited by strategicmove; 10-21-2007 at 06:31 AM. Reason: Originally meant "anabolic", but wrote "catabolic"!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Bishop View Post
    Is this a doable stack?
    Oh yea, i definitely think so. I am about to start a very similar stack with

    DRIVE / ACTIVATE X / PFULL / INCARNATE

    I have already done a bottle of activate x over a month ago, and was very very impressed. I think the addition of drive & powerfull will make this stack sick. Adding incarnate for the BA & cissus for my bad shoulder. May have to check my ego and drop the weight on my incline db, and do more reps with lighter weight or do straight bb bench....
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    Thanks for the input. You both have been rep'd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strategicmove View Post
    I would personally leave out the X-Lean, as it is a completely different type of glucocorticoid antagonist than found in RMP and Drive. Combined, RPM and Drive boast a potent combination of lipolytic and thermogenic agents, catabolic and anti-catabolic nutrients, as well as powerful antioxidants. I'll go for an RPM-and-Drive stack.
    I do not imply X-Lean is inferior, by the way. I just meant it would be more appropriate in a different type of stack.
    Good will choosing
    I'm sure you meant 'anabolic' nutrients Atleast I hope that's the case
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    Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green;
    I'm sure you meant 'anabolic' nutrients Atleast I hope that's the case
    Absolutely! Thanks for pointing out the error!
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