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Old 11-23-2011, 08:00 AM   #3
Rich Knapp
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I take a lot of supplements but I'm a whole different scenario/case being a wheelchair bodybuilder.

When a new person asks me what to start with I tell them:
Good nutrition plan, protein powder if needed.

At this point research and learn about sups.

Gains slow with honest hard work add Creatine.

Keep researching then when your gains slow, then you will know what you need to know.


NO sup will put on mass without hard work backing it. Not even roids.

Yes a Pre workout like the K-Otic I take will give you the drive to hit a better and harder workout.
YES as a old fart and having M.S. I take Test Charge to naturally raise my test levels like I was 16 -18 again.

For a advanced lifter sups can help but for a beginner make your max gains with out them first.
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