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Old 06-20-2011, 07:30 AM   #23
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Ok, here's a general question...how much of an advantage do you need for a supplement to provide before it becomes worthwhile for you?

If a supp like Xtend helps a little with DOMS, is it worth it?

If a test booster helps 1% with recovery, is it worth it?

What level of value and usefulness do you require before you make a supplement a staple?
The answer to these questions for me is YES. I mean that %1 can really make a difference in your traing. Recovery and an extra edge in the gym can make a huge impact. This is just a personal preference of course as some will dissagree.
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