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    So I’ve used Creatine HCl before but never really noticed much but this was when I first started lifting so idk if I really would have noticed.,

    anyhow. I originally was using Jym Pre and Post workout and drinking a GNC brand whey shake after working out, so I was getting the BCAA’s and Creatine without having to buy multiple products. I couldn’t stand the taste of it and I tried many different flavors, so I switched to Bucked to Woke AF, and was thinking of buying their unflavored BCAA 2:1:1 and creatine monohydrate as well to mix in.

    Would this be advisable and worth it? Or negligible? Any insight would be great because while I’ve researched the supplements, I like to hear from real world users.
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    Pick up some creatine monohydrate. Don't worry about the BCAAs, and just stick to the creatine.
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    All I’ve ever taken is plain old creatine mono. Not sure it even does anything, but it’s pretty cheap lol
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    Originally Posted by mtpaquette View Post
    Pick up some creatine monohydrate. Don't worry about the BCAAs, and just stick to the creatine.
    Alright, thanks for the input!
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    Originally Posted by Shawn226 View Post
    So I’ve used Creatine HCl before but never really noticed much but this was when I first started lifting so idk if I really would have noticed.,

    anyhow. I originally was using Jym Pre and Post workout and drinking a GNC brand whey shake after working out, so I was getting the BCAA’s and Creatine without having to buy multiple products. I couldn’t stand the taste of it and I tried many different flavors, so I switched to Bucked to Woke AF, and was thinking of buying their unflavored BCAA 2:1:1 and creatine monohydrate as well to mix in.

    Would this be advisable and worth it? Or negligible? Any insight would be great because while I’ve researched the supplements, I like to hear from real world users.
    As was said, drop the BCAAs and pick up a decent creatine like Monohydrate 3-5g daily or if you want creatine + some extras look into Green Magnitude.
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    I'm pretty sure your wrong, but care to elaborate...

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