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    BCAA's

    What are they? Why or why don't I need them... I've read about them online but still don't fully understand. I was thinking of adding it to my diet, I've heard MP has a good BCAA drink and AminoX by BSN is good too? Will someone enlighten me plz.

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    I don't know much about it but I know you want/need them.

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    BCAAs are a waste of money unless you're training in a fasted state.

    No need.

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    I thought they were good to take right after workout.

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    I take cell mass right after I'm done working out and it says to wait 20-30 minutes before taking your shake or eating, so I take my shake about 25-30 after I take my cell mass. And if I'm correct I think both the cell mass and my 100% whey have amino acids (bacc) in them

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    Cell Mass is just overpriced designer creatine.

    BCAA supplementing wont benefit you in any way.

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    Thanks, Corey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    Cell Mass is just overpriced designer creatine.

    BCAA supplementing wont benefit you in any way.
    What creatine would recommend?

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    I dont see any need to buy anything other than bulk creatine monohydrate. You can get a year supply for like 22 bucks.

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    At bodybuilding.com?

    Also what about glutamine?

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    Allmax Creatine Monohydrate.

    Glutamine supplementation will not benefit you in any way.

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    All the internet does is lie to me

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    Thanks Corey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    Allmax Creatine Monohydrate.

    Glutamine supplementation will not benefit you in any way.
    Just looked it up. Each serving is 5g and they say take right after workout or when you wake up.

    The question I have is, is 5g all you need in one day or should I take one serving in the morning and another one after workout? And should you wait 20-30 minutes after you take it to consume your shake/food? The label didn't give any info on that.
    Last edited by Thumper 88; 09-25-2012 at 11:38 PM.

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    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/bcaa...ino-acids.html

    it says that the BCAA in whey isn't enough, but most of the time it is.
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