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2008/05/15 12:05:17 (permalink)

new creatine

Im thinking of trying 'size on' a gaspari creatine, just wunderin if anyone has anythin good or bad to say about it, or any other creatines u wud recommend?, thnx
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    RE: new creatine 2008/05/15 12:07:07 (permalink)
    Hi Josh.

    Welcome to MT.

    You could have a look at creatine from the bulk powder sponsors of this site.

    Boditronics also do a CE-XT product which is good, and is cheaper than the Gaspari one.
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    RE: new creatine 2008/05/15 12:13:01 (permalink)
    k cheers mate
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    RE: new creatine 2008/05/15 12:13:37 (permalink)
    To be honest, the Gaspari SizeOn cannot be compared to anything you'd be able to get in bulk, imo.

    For one it's a blend of multiple creatines, other nutrients, and uptake agents, for 2...although I've always been a creatine mono non-responder, the Gaspari stuff blew me away. I first used it after being a big fan of Cellmass, and for me it was a better product.

    If you're not shocked by how good it is - I know this sounds silly cos I sell it so I'm bound to have a bias - but honestly, if you're not blown away by how good a creatine it is, I'd be really surprised.

    They're not well known over here, but check the US boards.....reviews...all that sort of stuff, and you'll see it's a top, top product.

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    RE: new creatine 2008/05/15 12:15:26 (permalink)
    Note:

    If you manage to find 1 bad review of SizeOn - a review that says it's crap, not that just moans about it being pricey - then I'd be shocked. I'm a net addict and I've never seen it rated less than 8/10, and usually much higher.

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    RE: new creatine 2008/05/15 12:16:56 (permalink)
    ye my training partner really liked size on, had good results. Iv tried cellmass and cell-tech both good products but too much sugar in the cell-tech, i think ill give size on a try see how it goes
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    RE: new creatine 2008/05/15 12:20:14 (permalink)
    Cell Tech has loads of dextrose in it - hence the calories...and good uptake. It's a good product, but very expensive for what it is. Pretty old now too. 5yrs or so.

    The Cellmass I had good results with, I even had great results with Cell Tech (when I was a teenager :) ) but the sizeon, especially considering it's a non-carb product (i.e. per portion it's like 100 cals - it doesn't use carbs to boost uptake), is excellent.

    They do trial sizes now in a few of the retailers, if you're unsure you could always split one of those with a mate and see if you like it. Should be able to know after a week.

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