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      01-28-2010, 01:06 PM   #23
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Thanks.

Since I have been using the powder, about two weeks, I seem to getting a little pooch belly. I never have a pooch. I will stop using it and do some serious ab work to get rid of it I guess.

It makes me belch too.
-peanut butter/milk/good carbs (lot of whole wheat/brown rice/oatmeal/etc...)

-eat every 2-3 hours, never allow yourself to get hungry

-Hit weights hard doing compound movements - also do legs, it boosts testosterone/GH levels.
-allow 2-3 min between sets, keep reps 6-8 and heavy, if you wanna gain a lot try and not break a sweat in the gym or your burning too many calories.

-supplement with whey/NOX or some preworkout if you wanna go that route

-just eat like an animal but keep it clean + workout hard.
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      01-28-2010, 02:17 PM   #24
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Try themusclecouple.com. It's my friends website, and he has a ton of great info on everything you need to know about body building.
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I don't recommend these commercially available products as the pasteurization and harsh processing leads to a supplement that is poorly absorbed. These processed "foods" take a toll on the body and can lead to digestive and endocrine disruption.
6 months ago I switched from crappy cheap proteins to high quality (supposedly) expensive proteins with added amino acids, leucine, etc. Specifically the top level GNC brand.

In your experience, are those still poor quality nutrients?
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^ He PM'd me 4 brands of the best/quality ingredients.
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6 months ago I switched from crappy cheap proteins to high quality (supposedly) expensive proteins with added amino acids, leucine, etc. Specifically, the top level GNC brand.

In your experience, are those still poor quality nutrients?
Post the name of the powder (and flavor), and we can take a look at it.
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Eat a lot of cheese! hahahe
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