cell tech

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  1. mmaguru

    mmaguru Orange Belt

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    has anyone taken cell tech creatine.How good does it work and do you cycle.
     
  2. Chad Hamilton

    Chad Hamilton Amateur Fighter

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    Search your thread topic.

    Cut and paste it if you need to.
     
  3. mmaguru

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    search function is down
     
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    fat_wilhelm Black Belt

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    celltech = poop

    cellmass = the shiz nizzle
     
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    Rumblefish146 White Belt

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    If you training for muscle gaines to look good cell tech will work. If your goal is explosiveness for MMA you need Gakic
     
  6. Chad Hamilton

    Chad Hamilton Amateur Fighter

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    Gakic is shit.
     
  7. Chad Hamilton

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    Then keep trying.
     
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    seriously? or hyperbole?....because i've been wondering...
     
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    I think "seriously" or else he would have said "the shit". I've heard a few people say they saw minor strength improvements on Gakic, but most call it another MuscleTech hype job.

    If you're interested, you can get the same exact thing (minus the sugar and the massive cost) online at Custom Nutrition Warehouse under the trade name G-Force. 100 g for $14.99 as opposed to 163 g (active ingredient) of Gakic for about $50. You can also register on the Gakic website for a free single dose sample.

    I've never tried it, but I'm curious. I just can't justify the cost for what sounds like minimal effect.
     
  10. Madmick

    Madmick Cerebrage Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Gakic is just another hemodilator like NO-Xplode, only it's made by Muscletech. If I could think of a reason to buy anything from Muscletech when it's available from BSN, well, when that day comes, I'll let you know. Don't stop eating waiting for it, God I hope.
     
  11. Anonymous Hate

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    I would avoid buying anything from Muscletech. They have the best ads in magazines, thats it.
     
  12. i used cell tech and gained ALOT of muscle. i would recommend it and it worked for me, you wont be lean though with any creatine
     
  13. KOU In3

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    You need to learn what creatine is and how it works before you make off-the-wall statements like that. Creatine does not promote or really affect fat storage. It can cause a gain in water weight as it can act as a cell-volumizer. Technically though, water weight is still lean (fat-free) mass though so your statement is still off base.
     
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    And then there's the fact that some types of creatine don't cause water retention at all, so now you can't even blame the water for making you fat.
     
  15. Sinister

    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Cell Tech is just simple monohydrate, which does come with the waterbloating. Plus with the 76 grams of sugar per serving it wouldn't surprise me if some body types stored some of that as fat.

    However the most off-base thing said is that Cell Tech added muscle mass. No creatine directly does this, it facilitates better workouts, better workouts = better muscle growth, which is an indirect result of proper creatine use.

    All that being said Cell Tech = garbage. You could do just as good with 5g of monohydtrate creatine in some apple juice.

    GAKIC - Supplements like these I never recommend unless someone is competing Professionally and thus, their supplement purchases are tax write-offs and with their prize money they make back what they spend. GAKIC for vanity is about one of the dumbest ideas I've ever heard...no wait...now there's LEUKIC.
     
  16. Madmick

    Madmick Cerebrage Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Leukic?

    Oh, do tell, K.
     
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    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Here ya go brudda:

    http://www.supplementjudge.com/supplements/MuscleTech/Leukic.html

    Another wonderful advancement in the world of isolating aminos. There is something to the Leucine idea, I've been reading a lot about how it is a valid agonist but something smells fishy about MuscleTech's formulation of it, and this sort of pricing. I mean I figured out MRI's deal. They charge A LOT of money for simple time-releasing. They time-release things no one else thought of time-releasing first. Apparently MuscleTech is trying to follow-suit with these IC formulas.

    By the way when I said wonderful I was totally being sarcastic. Of course MuscleTech recommends that you stack GAG-KIC and LEUKIC together for best results. Yeah, $140 worth of supplements per month, great.

    Hmm, I also just noticed this site lists it for $47. That's the wholesale cost so everyone knows. That shit retails for $69.99
     
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    Hence, my original claim, "celltech = poop"
     
  19. Madmick

    Madmick Cerebrage Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Yeah, I knew you were being sarcastic. I was like, "OHHH!!!! Leukic!! Finally I can have the body I always wanted. It wasn't possible before, but now I have LEUKIC!!!!"
     
  20. Madmick

    Madmick Cerebrage Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    OMG. Not only does Muscltech advertise that it's the first "100% anabolic compound ever", but they actually write:
    Have they no fucking shame?
     

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