Jack3d and Creatine?

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    Jack3d and Creatine?


    I just started using Jack3d and love the feel and pump my first day out.

    Just curious if I should stay on a second Creatine supplement or does Jack3d have enough in it?
    Sorry for the newbie question but I am just getting into supplements and want to do it right.
    My goal is to bulk up some muscle and then go for a cutting cycle.
    I'm willing to do the work just need some direction.

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    you could add a couple of grams of creatine monohydrate
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    carpee, thanks, I will add some creatine into my supplement.
    Any one you would recommend?
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    any basic creatine monohydrate.

    Nothing expensive, don't waste hard earned money...use that for quality food
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    Quote Originally Posted by carpee View Post
    any basic creatine monohydrate.

    Nothing expensive, don't waste hard earned money...use that for quality food
    Either basic creatine mono as carpee recommended or something like MST's Cre-02. Cre-02 is very non-intrusive, very easy to dose.

    I would save the additional creatine for post-training if you feel it necessary.
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    Borobulker,Thanks I will add some post-training creatine as you suggest.
    I'll try the Cre-02 as I want to avoid stomach issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hookset View Post
    Borobulker,Thanks I will add some post-training creatine as you suggest.
    I'll try the Cre-02 as I want to avoid stomach issues.
    Obviously, the amount in Jack3d will not cause any stomach issues...

    The Cre-02 is a good option for additional creatine intake though...
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    The Jack3d is working incredibly well for my short time on it, no issues or side effects of any kind.
    Very good product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hookset View Post
    The Jack3d is working incredibly well for my short time on it, no issues or side effects of any kind.
    Very good product.
    Thanks for your input!
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    I like the addition of a really basic creatine product like MST's to Jack3d. I actually use MST's and have great results with it.
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    additional creatine


    bLacKjAck, Thanks for the second on this. I'll be picking up some CRE-02 today, looks like good stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by borobulker View Post
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    I would save the additional creatine for post-training if you feel it necessary.
    I like that style!
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    just add a cheap post work out and quality protein.
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    would adding neovar postworkout not be too much? seems like an effective, low dose postwo creatine.
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    Sounds like it worth a try
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlargecalves View Post
    would adding neovar postworkout not be too much? seems like an effective, low dose postwo creatine.
    Should be fine.
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