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Better / cheaper cyclone?

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2005/08/01 18:11:36 (permalink)

Better / cheaper cyclone?

Hiya, I started training about 4 months ago. I'm a very skinny person so i started using maximuscle cyclone as i wanted glutamine and creatine as well as protien. This has worked really well for me (though my acne has got bad) and i'm really bulking up well.

Last month however, i got made redundant, and still havn't found a job. I'm wondering if I could buy my protien, glutamine and creatine seperately to:

a: save money
b: get a more reliable / better mix

Does anyone do this? and can anyone recomend what I should buy? or am i better off sticking with the cyclone?


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    RE: Better / cheaper cyclone? 2005/08/01 18:15:45 (permalink)
    I believe you can get a brand called hurricane, or you could simply buy the ingrediants seperately and mix them together, i believe this would work ou cheaper..

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    RE: Better / cheaper cyclone? 2005/08/01 18:19:56 (permalink)
    hurricane is only 8.88 per kg
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    RE: Better / cheaper cyclone? 2005/08/01 18:19:58 (permalink)
    If you want a cyclone substitute then look here


    I'd focus on buying and eating as much good food as possible and if money permits, then get supplements.
    May work out cheaper to buy bulk whey powder, some creatine and ditch the glutamine for a while as well if you prefer.

    Also, dextrose can be bought in Superdrug (49p for nearly 500g), its sold as Glucose + Vit C.
    post edited by MrBojangles - 2005/08/01 18:21:50
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