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Old 09-05-2011, 03:41 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by kitarpyar View Post
Nice info ITT. Don't have much experience with supps. Tried creatine quite some time back, and I would say there was may be 5-10% improvement in the lifts, so this probably works.

The only supp I am taking now is Body Fortress whey protein. I get it from Walmart, damn cheap and I use it mostly as a mid-afternoon snack and a post-workout shake. Good way to ingest some protein while at work in the middle of a hectic day.

I am trying to lean out a bit, so a couple of month down the line I might try some fat burners out there, but as of now I dont really have much idea whether they work, or which ones are good.
I use to use bodyfortress and its an ok protien. it is one of the few that actually has creatine already in it. I think like 5 grams per scoop so you are taking creatine now using that brand of protien.
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