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What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements

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2011/03/16 16:12:33 (permalink)

What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements

Protein wise I think I am gonna stick with ON whey
 
So come guys suggestions for other addons for the rest of the cash :)
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    Tom C
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 16:17:56 (permalink)
    I'd get a pre workout supplement like Jack3d and egg whites for the high protein content.
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 16:25:56 (permalink)
    I'd go for Powdered/Instant oats & Jack3d & Creatine and a Whey of your choice

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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 16:48:14 (permalink)
    i would buy bcaa and glutamine
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 16:53:24 (permalink)
    £200/Month?!
    You guys must be mad!!
     
    I'd buy fresh food!

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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 17:35:48 (permalink)
    Shae

    £200/Month?!
    You guys must be mad!!

    I'd buy fresh food!

    that was not the question was it, food will be bought to LOL
     
    I was thinking more of
     
    whey
    leucine
    glutamine
    creatine
    pre, post, intra stuff
     
    just asking what people think not diet advise :)
    post edited by Danny187 - 2011/03/16 17:38:58
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 17:43:11 (permalink)
    Protein bars
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 17:44:08 (permalink)
    Lot of wedge Danny wouldn't even know where to start.
     
    I spend £28 a month!!
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 17:47:14 (permalink)
    protein bars would be useful alongside the usual stuff, handier than shakes imo and more useful than lots of others you could spend your money on
     
    bulking or cutting danny?

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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 17:47:26 (permalink)
    irdan

    Lot of wedge Danny wouldn't even know where to start.

    I spend £28 a month!!

    I dont have that mate just wondering LOL
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 17:56:18 (permalink)
    Protein Power of some sort: £40
    Scivation Xtend: £40
    Kre-Alkalyn Creatine: £20
     
    That's £100 done and dusted... Uhhh, then just buy a PH cycle and support supps to polish off the other £100 (although I don't think you'd want to do that every month...)
     
     
     
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 19:19:19 (permalink)
    EnfantTerrible

    Protein Power of some sort: £40
    Scivation Xtend: £40
    Kre-Alkalyn Creatine: £20

    That's £100 done and dusted... Uhhh, then just buy a PH cycle and support supps to polish off the other £100 (although I don't think you'd want to do that every month...)

    No need for pro hormones there poison, Mdrol messed me up in 10 days :(
     
    If I had was thinking 
     
    ON whey
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 19:51:06 (permalink)
    if i had a pretty much unlimited budget i would try gaspari plasmajet

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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 19:52:27 (permalink)
    couple of different Whey products so I didn't get bored, Pro Mass in Chocolate flavour(great mixed in porridge and quark), Mass Attack Evo in Toffee Delight...
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 20:11:22 (permalink)
    intra workout with a decent amount of BCAA's and carbs would be my next stop after a decent protein powder and a decent MRP/mass gainer.
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 20:12:37 (permalink)
    and if i had the money, i could sink £100 a month in udos oil easy.  its awesome stuff
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 20:15:52 (permalink)
    Never used that udos oil TBH
    Just got ON whey again, will stick with that I reckon, have bulk leucine, glutamine, creatine, WMS(runout) have dextrose, Nos fusion pre workout.
     
    Xtend expensive as I drink it all time last like 10 days addicted to taste LOL so wont buy that now
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 20:17:41 (permalink)
    To be honest thats a silly way of looking at it (I have £200 to spend, what to buy) - I'd rather do it the other way round, figure out what you really want (won't say need) like multivits, omegas, whey then see if there is anything else you could benefit from - personally I think a dedicated postworkout product is worthwhile, as is a good pre workout. I also then have protein flapjacks on the go all the time because they're delicious, and convenient especially in the morning when I'm too busy to have something like eggs.
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 20:24:06 (permalink)
    Hmm donno what Whey i'd get.
     
    ON 100% Whey Gold Standard  £40
    CNP Pro Peptide £55
    Scivation Xtend £19
    Omega 3 supps £10
    Multi vit £10
     
    Not too sure what else.
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    Re:What would you get with £200 limit a month for supplements 2011/03/16 20:25:19 (permalink)
    1) A great tasting whey protein that you enjoy drinking for between meal snacks
    2) A slower digesting casein / blend that you enjoy for pre-bed
    3) A PWO shake - a couple really good ones on the market...I'd probably swap and change depending on which I felt like month to month
    4) BCAA intra workout blend - so many good reports on BCAA's that it's probably something I'd use before even creatine....honestly feel BCAA's intra workout give you more benefit
    5) Some sort of cool pre-workout you liked using
    6) Possibly a creatine supplements - gluconate or a blend.
     
    That'd be my list :)
     

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