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Which plant-based protein powder do you use?
Orgain Organic Protein. The peanut butter flavor almost made the throw-up, the chocolate fudge isn't too bad
You ever try any types of protein powders?
Muscletech.. ON whey. .. nitrotech
@ComradeCarabao should I take supplements at 15?
Spend your money on lots of high quality food. Especially at your age.
At 15 years old, there are a number of supplements that you might not even be able to purchase legally. I would be extremely cautious of anything you take; always research the legality and safety before putting anything in your body. Creatine isn't recommended for someone your age, but if I'm being honest, I took creatine, HMB, and various protein powders at that age. It was when I was 15 that I started doing regular strength training. I should also note that supplements aren't for replacing a good diet; they're just to supplement what you eat. The supplement industry is really big on overemphasizing protein; carbohydrates are extremely important in gaining muscle. Not only do they have a protein-sparing effect, they also help keep you hydrated. Most overtraining happens because of dehydration.
I’ve been recommended animal pak , should I take that?
You’re 15. Eat lots of lean meat, potatoes and legumes, veggies, yogurt nuts and healthy fats. Supplements are a supplement not a replacement. And you need the calories.
Did they determine how it was doing that? I know creatine is one of those supplements that definitely requires you up your water intake.
It increased my dhtWhen I stopped, it shrunk down to normal.Creatine put almost an inch on to my arm size.
Interesting. I am interested in any sport-legal supplements that really do work and aren't scams. How long were you on Creatine to gain an inch on your arms? I want to gain about 2.5 pounds of muscle per limb on my body in the next 6 months, so I want to build about 10 pounds muscle all together in the next 6 months. Is that possible with Creatine, or some other UFC legal supplements?Are there any UFC legal HGH supplements that really work? I don't want to waste my time with fads or scams. I know from testimonials that HGH really does work, and can even improve eye sight too, so I'm interested in a "legal" way to boost HGH. I'd also be interested in a legal way to boost EPO levels because EPO improves training by boosting endurance and also improves eye sight, which would help tremendously in MMA.
@WadeDanielSmith It was back when you had to load creatine when you first started. about three months, the gain on my arms was water, not muscle.
Whey protein is wildly popular, but it's a very fast acting form of protein; I think it may be alright right after a workout, but you should try egg protein to boost your daily intake of protein.
Yup, I take balanced diet, I'm not into getting big n ripped. So I take shakes as supplement only to support growth.. not planning to get to much protein. Coz it's expensive 😬
Well, there are some supplements that could be really helpful. For example, non-synthetic multiple vitamins are awesome.
I agree. I just usually get mine from my diet. My girl takes multis though lol shitty diet choices
Yeah, N. O. boosters are awesome for that. How much they help in terms of gaining muscle I don't know, but the lasting pump they leave you with is reason enough to take them. They leave you looking a bit more jacked for hours after taking them. haha
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