Pre-Training Suppliment?

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by Eneishi, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. Eneishi

    Eneishi White Belt

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    I'm looking for something to give me that extra "boost" during my BJJ class, and sparring sessions. I've tried Jacked, but it seems to give me more strength, but it zaps my stamina.

    Does anyone know of something I could take that will give me the best of both worlds? As in, gives me strength, and keeps my endurance going?

    I don't lift much, so I don't really need anything that will make my veins pop out or whatever. I just do cardio, and regular endurance/strength training.

    Also, I'm trying to cut weight, so I'm not looking for anything that will make me gain any weight.

    I'm currently taking M-Drive, and Oxy Elite Pro.

    Any help would be great.
     
  2. dropshot001

    dropshot001 Red Belt

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    some caffeine or geranium extract might work for you
     
  3. Eneishi

    Eneishi White Belt

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    Well Caffeine could work, but it would make me crash during training I'm sure. This is something I'm trying to avoid.
     
  4. Blackice

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    I never crash from caffiene, but that's because I don't have any sugar with it. 4 cups of strong french press coffee with sweetener does alright for me. Sometimes I'll drink a sugar free energy drink on top of that if I feel I need an extra boost. I've never had any bad experiences with stimulants where sugar wasn't involved.
     
  5. WicxOr

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    look into Purple Wraath or Xtend maybe.
     
  6. Eneishi

    Eneishi White Belt

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    Thanks, I'll check those things out.

    I appreciate your help.
     
  7. IronMaidenfan#1

    IronMaidenfan#1 Brown Belt

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    Seriously guys, stop buying overpriced supplements, better ways to spend your money.
    My advice - black coffee and a B Vit.
     

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