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Old 08-14-2011, 10:43 PM   #1
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Default Pre-workout Approach

Alright guys, this is kind of a weird thread but I have been thinking about a different approach to my pre workout supplements. I have always for the most part looked for pre workout formulas that just gave me a ton of energy, did not really care other than getting energy.

However, now I have been told that it is a better idea for me to really just calm down and focus. So, I am looking for more of a mild pre workout supplement, but here is an idea that I have been thinking. As much as I do not like what Biotest is doing, they have the only product I can find that fits this.

I was thinking of taking Biotest PowerDrive pre workout, which is supposed to just be a mental intensifier. It is pretty cheap, and they have a money back guarantee. Since I have been doing really long workouts, I was thinking of also getting Quake 10.0, which I think it very mild. And taking only 1 scoop after my primary lift.

The time frame for my workouts is basically at least one hour goes to the primary lift and then another hour of assistance.


Is this just a stupid idea?
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