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    Pre-workout supplements

    Discussion in 'Training' started by suighja, Mar 5, 2012.

    1. suighja

      suighja Well-Known Member

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      Hey guys new here, i was just wondering if i could get some feedback on pre-workout supps like jack3d and C4 extreme, anyone take these?

      Last few times before the gym i took a few cans on redbull... did the trick :L but i'm looking a proper pre-workout, cheers.

       
    2. Raleoxilevz

      Raleoxilevz Well-Known Member

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      Pre-workout supplements

      You're young man, you really shouldn't need any preworkout supplements. I'd honestly suggest against it.
       
    3. herunder88

      herunder88 Well-Known Member

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      Pre-workout supplements

      try muscle marinade. just started using that and love it.

      if you were specifically looking to use C4 or Jack3d, i'd choose jack3d. i liked it much more than the samples of C4 i've used.
       
    4. FLEX

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      Pre-workout supplements

      if he's already drinking multiple cans of redbull, i don't think it's too tall of claim to say he'd be BETTER OFF using a pre-workout.
       
    5. crormaSoila18

      crormaSoila18 Well-Known Member

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      Pre-workout supplements

      I know what you mean like, and i'm usually against supplements, but the other day i took thoose energy drinks, and it was probably the best gym session i've done in 2 years. I upped the weight on my bench press and got 4x10 reps easily..
       
    6. Jawaz

      Jawaz Well-Known Member

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      Pre-workout supplements

      Don't buy a premixed preworkout supplement, they are a waste of cash. I make my own,
      Beta alanine 4g
      Citrulline malate 4g
      L-tyrosine 1.5g
      Acetyl L-carnitine 1.5g
      Caffeine 200mg
      45 minutes preworkout.
       
    7. masoven4u

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      Pre-workout supplements

      Hmm..How would i go about making one? like where do you get all these ingredients, and is it much cheaper?
       
    8. jailynn24hb

      jailynn24hb Well-Known Member

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      Pre-workout supplements

      Buy them separately or make a mix at a site like true protein.com. I just buy them separately off amazon and take them all preworkout. It's a larger initial investment, but it will last you months and months.
       
    9. vijugati8g

      vijugati8g Well-Known Member

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      I've tried jack3d, C4, Muscle Pharm, NO Xplode, Craze, & Neurocore. Currently taking Neurocore; my favorite so far has been Craze followed by Neurocore and Muscle Pharm was pretty good; Jack3d I haven't tried in a while but C4 and NO Xplode did nothing for me had trials of both not too long ago. I would get a short burst of energy and then I wouldn't feel any mental focus. In most pre-workouts ppl are looking for focus mostly focus, pumps, & strength. Focus is the biggie for me pumps will come and strength is a side bar in my opinion but craze definitely gives the best focus really good with pumps too.
       
    10. vijugati8g

      vijugati8g Well-Known Member

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      It is cheaper

      I would add DMAA to that list, personal preference.
       

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