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  1. thanks this cleared up alot of questions


  2. I have a question for one of the USPS reps...
    Just started AP along with Relentless, take 1 w/ pre workout about 2 hours before w/ 40 ish carbs, 1 before my pwo relentless, and 1 1 hr later with my pwo meal. I have had some stomach discomfort since starting this protocol(could be due to slight increase in carbs and fiber), could it be from the 2 ap doses so close together? If I omit one of the 2 later does should it be the pwo drink one or the pwo meal one?
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Soccer00 View Post
    I have a question for one of the USPS reps...
    Just started AP along with Relentless, take 1 w/ pre workout about 2 hours before w/ 40 ish carbs, 1 before my pwo relentless, and 1 1 hr later with my pwo meal. I have had some stomach discomfort since starting this protocol(could be due to slight increase in carbs and fiber), could it be from the 2 ap doses so close together? If I omit one of the 2 later does should it be the pwo drink one or the pwo meal one?
    Sorry, I'm somewhat confused. Do you wait two hours before dosing AP for your PWO meal?

  4. no, I have 1 dose 15-20 prior to prewo meal (which is 2 hrs before wo), 1 dose prior to my pwo shake (relentless), and then another does an hour later before a meal. Could the last two does proximity be the cause of upset stomach?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soccer00 View Post
    no, I have 1 dose 15-20 prior to prewo meal (which is 2 hrs before wo), 1 dose prior to my pwo shake (relentless), and then another does an hour later before a meal. Could the last two does proximity be the cause of upset stomach?

    Yes, either use it with Relentless or with the Meal. Try both but I would go with relentless.
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  6. AP Manual.


    Hello , just read the manual, a little bit confused, I am about to start taking AP for the first time, (Carbohydrate non-responsive, Carbohydrate responsive, Carbohydrate reactive), How do I know which categorie I am, or belong to.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by dansyerman View Post
    Hello , just read the manual, a little bit confused, I am about to start taking AP for the first time, (Carbohydrate non-responsive, Carbohydrate responsive, Carbohydrate reactive), How do I know which categorie I am, or belong to.
    It lists in the manual, they correspond how you naturally react to carbohydrates.

    Carb Non Responsive: You do not respond to carbs in any manner.

    Cab Responsive: You respond well to carbs.

    Carb Reactive: You react negatively to carbs.

  8. I figure that i am a carb non-responder so i am making 70% of my intake oats and i was wondering what are the best sources of simple carbs to add along with the oats?

  9. Quote Originally Posted by cjbadboy View Post
    I figure that i am a carb non-responder so i am making 70% of my intake oats and i was wondering what are the best sources of simple carbs to add along with the oats?
    Dextrose
    Maltodextrin
    Waxy Maize Starch

    Personally however, I'd forego those and choose some nutritious fruit sources

    Berries (any kind)
    Bananas
    Oranges
    etc

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Dextrose
    Maltodextrin
    Waxy Maize Starch

    Personally however, I'd forego those and choose some nutritious fruit sources

    Berries (any kind)
    Bananas
    Oranges
    etc
    Mullet - any reason why you don't favour WMS? Bananas and blueberries certainly work a treat

  11. Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    Mullet - any reason why you don't favour WMS? Bananas and blueberries certainly work a treat
    I just never caught onto the craze; for me, even if simple and complex carbs react completely similar in an exercise environment, I would rather eat something which has massive free-radical scavenging ability, high levels of vitamins, anticarcinogens, and other compounds for total body health than an empty carb.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    I just never caught onto the craze; for me, even if simple and complex carbs react completely similar in an exercise environment, I would rather eat something which has massive free-radical scavenging ability, high levels of vitamins, anticarcinogens, and other compounds for total body health than an empty carb.

    Word.
    Recent log:http://anabolicminds.com/forum/supplement-reviews-logs/213350-lean-efx-refined.html

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    I just never caught onto the craze; for me, even if simple and complex carbs react completely similar in an exercise environment, I would rather eat something which has massive free-radical scavenging ability, high levels of vitamins, anticarcinogens, and other compounds for total body health than an empty carb.
    Mullet - have you ever used unprocessed honey as a high GI carb source - rather than 'empty', it's loaded full of goodies.

    I think the trick would be having your post-WO carbs at a cetain temp to keep the honey properly liquified

    Comments?

  14. Natural Honey is good-to-go in my books.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier View Post
    Natural Honey is good-to-go in my books.

    You have books, wow, holding out on the knowledge..are you F&cker!

  16. Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    You have books, wow, holding out on the knowledge..are you F&cker!


    Shh...

  17. how did i miss this one...

    this is a great reference... Nice work Mullet (i am going to eventully get tired of saying that, so enjoy it now!)
    \\ USPlabs Alpha Ginger //

  18. Quote Originally Posted by borobulker View Post
    how did i miss this one...

    this is a great reference... Nice work Mullet (i am going to eventully get tired of saying that, so enjoy it now!)
    Thanks bruv, I hope you like it. It's not very technical, but that was the point. People needed to know how to use Anabolic Pump, more than why it worked.

  19. how long can 1 use AP? 1 month? or longer?

  20. Indefinitely, as long as you are seeing results.

  21. Hi Mullet,

    I've just got my AP today, hoping to start using it in the next couple of days...got a couple of queires for you:
    I do fasted cardio, and usually only have whey shake afterward, should I just wait and use AP like at lunch time on those days?
    2. On weight days I train at 7:15am, and have oats before - so I can have AP before breakfast, would it be beneficial to have more oats post workout and have another dose of AP?

    Oh, I'm Type II carb reactive "skinny fat boy"!!

    Sorry to be a pain!

  22. I may try P-Slin, but overall, I was disappointed with this supplement. On Day 25 now and haven't really noticed anything. I'm sure it works for some people due to the logs on this site, but I was probably one of those non-responders, unfortunately. I tried with simple and complex CHO, but none worked.

    Question: is P-Slin used in the same manner as AP, taken 15 minutes before a meal?

  23. Quote Originally Posted by he-man View Post
    Hi Mullet,

    I've just got my AP today, hoping to start using it in the next couple of days...got a couple of queires for you:
    I do fasted cardio, and usually only have whey shake afterward, should I just wait and use AP like at lunch time on those days?
    2. On weight days I train at 7:15am, and have oats before - so I can have AP before breakfast, would it be beneficial to have more oats post workout and have another dose of AP?

    Oh, I'm Type II carb reactive "skinny fat boy"!!

    Sorry to be a pain!
    AP should allow you to utilize carbohydrates after your fasted cardio. May I ask why you are not already? Carbohydrates should be a part of a balanced Post-WO meal, IMO.

    I would dose before.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by AM07 View Post
    I may try P-Slin, but overall, I was disappointed with this supplement. On Day 25 now and haven't really noticed anything. I'm sure it works for some people due to the logs on this site, but I was probably one of those non-responders, unfortunately. I tried with simple and complex CHO, but none worked.

    Question: is P-Slin used in the same manner as AP, taken 15 minutes before a meal?
    What effects you were looking for, primarily? Was it that no 'pump' effect was noticed, or no body composition changes whatsoever?

    Yes, it works in the same manner.

  25. Neither the "pump" effect nor body composition changes. I was eating around maintenance but added a lot of cardio into my routine so I was burning excess calories/day.

    So if P-Slin is used in the same manner, how are they different?
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