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  • how many times u take creatine mono a day?

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    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
      Dave and Dr. Joe were two of my idols growing up and a few of the big reasons I stayed natural. Dave guest posed at my first show and watching him changed me. From then on I knew this is what I was going to be about. If what you are saying is true, then that's one of the best compliments I've ever received

      LMAO..Bio....it's true!
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      • Originally posted by muscleman12345 View Post
        how many times u take creatine mono a day?
        5g/day just take it post workout
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        • Layne, what do you feel is the best form of creatine? Imean there is monohydrate, ethyl ester, kre-alkalyn.

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          • hey if im trying to bulk and i have to do cardio to not put on tons of bf, when should i do it? after lifting? and do LI on w/o days and HI on off days

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            • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
              I would just stick with lipoic acid, NAC, or EGCG
              what kind of doses do you recomend?

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              • Originally posted by ChickNwing View Post
                Layne, what do you feel is the best form of creatine? Imean there is monohydrate, ethyl ester, kre-alkalyn.
                Layne advocates monohydrate (as its backed by numerous scientific studies). As to the other forms, let's just say he's not a big fan (to put in lightly).

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                • Originally posted by fast-twitch View Post
                  what kind of doses do you recomend?
                  300mg of one alone or 100mg of each would do the trick
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                  • hey layne i ordered some Scivation Vaso Xplode from bb.com. The label says Vasocharge, was that what it used to be called?
                    Question. What kind of bear is best?

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                    • Originally posted by mikeR34GTR View Post
                      hey layne i ordered some Scivation Vaso Xplode from bb.com. The label says Vasocharge, was that what it used to be called?
                      I believe that's the new name of the product (same thing, different name).

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                      • correct, they changed the name
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                        • hey layne, i put this on the nat board, but not getting any advice, let me know what you think of this situation, really appreciate it

                          i tore the shit out of my tfcc (cartilage complex on the ulnar aspect of the wrist). its taken 4 months to heal, in which time i've dropped about 20lbs, prob 70% fat and 30% muscle, demoralising, lots of cardio, maybe even 60/40

                          so here's the skinny:
                          i presume not having trained in so long i'm primed for some serious re-growth, so here's my question do i go in lightish or full blown, do i get straight on my supps (just bcaa, creatine, and the other basics) or wait a week or two? would be good to hear a few views on this, layne you out there??

                          other info: 22yrs, 6'1, approx 180lbs. training-progressive overload style, 4yrs. diet- the palumbo diet for cutting, will move to bulk type once training

                          cheers

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                          • hey layne when you weigh out your meat (chicken) do you weigh it raw or cooked for cal/pro infor

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                            • I'll answer for Layne regarding the best type of creatine. He has always mentioned that it's best to stick with creatine monohydrate.

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                              • Originally posted by Fizzéire View Post
                                hey layne, i put this on the nat board, but not getting any advice, let me know what you think of this situation, really appreciate it

                                i tore the shit out of my tfcc (cartilage complex on the ulnar aspect of the wrist). its taken 4 months to heal, in which time i've dropped about 20lbs, prob 70% fat and 30% muscle, demoralising, lots of cardio, maybe even 60/40

                                so here's the skinny:
                                i presume not having trained in so long i'm primed for some serious re-growth, so here's my question do i go in lightish or full blown, do i get straight on my supps (just bcaa, creatine, and the other basics) or wait a week or two? would be good to hear a few views on this, layne you out there??

                                other info: 22yrs, 6'1, approx 180lbs. training-progressive overload style, 4yrs. diet- the palumbo diet for cutting, will move to bulk type once training

                                cheers
                                if you are fully healthy & will not reinjure it by lifting heavy I say get back into it. Obviously you won't have the same strength as earlier but you can still lift heavy as allowed. I think there's nothing problem with starting on supps right off unless you want to wait so that when you hit a plateau you can add creatine or bcaas in or both
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