Im thinking about placing this order. What do you guys think of the products?
Item: Price: Quantity: Status: Total:
ProMera Sports CON-CRET
Lemon Lime, 48 Servings
Smaller Doses for Superior Results!*
ProMera Sports AMINO-TREN
Blue Raspberry, 150.4 Grams
Concentrated Amino Acids!
Optimum Gold Standard 100% Casein
Chocolate Supreme, 4 Lbs.
Slow Protein Digestion!
BPI Sports BUILD-HD
Fruit Punch, 30 Servings
BPI Sports BLOX
Blue Raspberry, 30 Servings
My goals to build muscle and bulk up. I eat as much as i can.
Body weight: 144
Thread: What do you guys think?
02-23-2013, 03:15 PM #1
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What do you guys think?
02-23-2013, 04:24 PM #2
It looks like a pretty good stack, though I would definitely recommend checking out: CreaCore. It's currently Buy 2 Get 1 Free and is the best deal around for the Creatine HCL, which is what you seem to be interested inBlue Star Nutraceuticals™ ~ Better By Design™
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02-23-2013, 05:09 PM #3
02-23-2013, 05:10 PM #4
Why two creatine supplements? Are you trying to stack two forms of creatine together?
Don't expect much better results from the ProMera CON-CRET - the big difference in price is not enough for the smaller benefits it provides. It is also underdosed in my opinion (one serving a day is far from enough - on the label it does recommend to take 1 serving per 100 pound of bodyweight though). You will probably not notice any significant difference in the first two weeks. In other words, it is very expensive. The two BPI supplements (which are overpriced) are not required. I suggest you to remove the last two, and add something else like a whey protein supplement.
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I personally am not a supporter of many of those products and/or ingredients they feature.
Be sure to do careful research and have you diet, training nailed down before spending any money on dietary supplements.
After you've read up, be sure to check out the deals here at Bodybuilding.com to see which are worthwhile. Check the feedback and profiles of Hemavol and Compete (buy the first, get a full-sized tub of the second free) and go ahead and add it to the cart.
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