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post #76 of 117
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post
NO2 users - do you really feel a difference? if so, how would you quantify it?

I don't know about energy (referring to Eason's comment) but I do feel a difference in the hardness of my muscles throughout the day. My fiancee commented on it as well after seeing my veins and feeling my shoulders she thought I was on steroids (only semi-illegal thing I take is clen right now). It may help with energy but even with no sleep my energy levels never seem to go down so I'm not sure.
post #77 of 117
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post
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post #78 of 117
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Originally Posted by KBW View Post
I don't know about energy (referring to Eason's comment) but I do feel a difference in the hardness of my muscles throughout the day. My fiancee commented on it as well after seeing my veins and feeling my shoulders she thought I was on steroids (only semi-illegal thing I take is clen right now). It may help with energy but even with no sleep my energy levels never seem to go down so I'm not sure.

I love NO2. Its the only supp that I can actually "Feel a difference" with. Superpump by gaspari is my favorite. Its less of a caffeine rush and more of a sustained thing. Definetly helps the focus on the days you dont want to go to the gym. If you have the dedication to make the shake by time you finish it you are itching to throw around some weights .

Dont know about clen though. I looked into it last year for a cutting cycle and decided to stick with OTC shit (lean xtreme, caffeine, thyrotabs, etc.). if I had a reliable, safe source to get clen that might be one thing, but its kinda scary how it works by raising your body temp.
post #79 of 117
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Originally Posted by KBW View Post
I don't know about energy (referring to Eason's comment) but I do feel a difference in the hardness of my muscles throughout the day. My fiancee commented on it as well after seeing my veins and feeling my shoulders she thought I was on steroids (only semi-illegal thing I take is clen right now). It may help with energy but even with no sleep my energy levels never seem to go down so I'm not sure.

cool.

can you tell me how you take it? how much, when, etc
post #80 of 117
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post
cool.

can you tell me how you take it? how much, when, etc

Its a pre workout supplement. Depending on what brand you buy the dosing varies. Usually in powdered form its one scoop, depending on your tolerance for stimulants. Pretty easy stuff. Dont expect a miracle, if your a dough boy you will still be pudgy, you gotta do work son before you see any major effects.
post #81 of 117
I have a can of this stuff called Animal Pump I've never taken. Is that like the NO2?
post #82 of 117
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I have a can of this stuff called Animal Pump I've never taken. Is that like the NO2?

Same stuff. Just stimulants that get you jacked and hyped up. it all contains a variation of NO.

NO stands for nitric oxide. At a very basic level it opens up your veins (vascularity), and allows more blood and oxygen to travel through them. more nutrients can travel and muscles get harder, veins pop out, you get pepped up (tons of caffeine in these mixes, dont take it too late at night), increased focus and other good side effects.

I love the stuff, but its easy to build up a tolerance to it. It doesnt do anything directly do increase muscle growth, strength or size but really helps you get focused and in the zone to throw around some weights after a long day at work or something.
post #83 of 117
Cool. I opened up the can and it's cool that all the stimulants in the Animal Pump are in the red pill making it easy to remove. I might do that and give it a try.
post #84 of 117
I've just started using EAS whey protein again after a long break from using anything. Let me ask you guys - given the regimens some of you are using, I am assuming you're pretty large, fit individuals. Is this actually the case, or are all these supplements doing something else for you? I use the whey protein solely because I don't think I get enough protein in my regular meals (I have a hard time organizing my life enough to eat six small meals per day that are properly balanced). I am trying to gain muscle mass (I'm 5'11" and 170 lbs, with a 33" waist).
post #85 of 117
EAS is okay, but it's a concentrate and bloats me up. ON 100% is over 50% isolate which is much easier on my stomach. As to whether it helps with gains, I don't know. I'd guess and say yes because it's easier for me to chug a shake after a meal than eat something else with the equivalent amount of protein.
post #86 of 117
Anyone with consumerlabs.com subscriptions willing to post up the multivitamins that are safe to take? Seems like alot of multivitamins out there either don't have all that they advertise, don't fully breakdown in the body, have extra stuff that are toxic long term, have toxic levels of certain vitamins like Vitamin A, etc. Its hard to sift thru the BS on the internet to find something good to take. I eat fairly healthy but I'm just looking for a nice multivitamin in case I miss something (something that doesnt have a million IU's of each vitamin).
post #87 of 117
Yeah I will personally vouche for NO-xplode. Definitely helps provide Nitric Oxide and a good mental stimulas. I also take : L- Glutmine BCAA's Multivitamin/multimineral HMB Creatine and Muscle milk
post #88 of 117
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post #89 of 117
I'd like to say that, I tried superpump250 and didn't find it helped much. I get more of a rush from zero cal energy drinks and during high intensity workouts it actually made me nauseous. Imho the only supplements worth your money are creatine monohydrate, and possibly beta alanine, which I will be trying in a few weeks.
post #90 of 117
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Originally Posted by mgoose View Post
I'd like to say that, I tried superpump250 and didn't find it helped much. I get more of a rush from zero cal energy drinks and during high intensity workouts it actually made me nauseous.

Imho the only supplements worth your money are creatine monohydrate, and possibly beta alanine, which I will be trying in a few weeks.

Just make sure you mix the Creatine with something that will deliver it to the muscles! Great stuff!
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