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    Question about Xyience products.

    I'm looking for information on the efficacy of the Xyience brand of supplements. What products do you take and how well do they work? Also looking for details regarding any side effects. Thanks in advance.

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    Pros: Just like the generic version of said "product"

    Cons: Immense loss of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by War Phalange
    Pros: Just like the generic version of said "product"

    Cons: Immense loss of money.

    your paying for EXTREME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Method2Madness
    your paying for EXTREME!
    Because sometimes you have to go PAST THE EDGE!

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    OP - 99.9% of the time, people asking what you are about "suppliments" have a shitty diet and want a quick fix. If that's you, drop and give me 20, then get your diet in order.
    You can't make people smarter. You can expose them to information, but your responsibility stops there.

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    Don't bother with suppliments except for creatine if you do anaerobic training.

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    I don't know if this helps but i hear there is a suppliment called NO Xpload that supposedly does the same thing as Xyience for less money.

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    I recall another Thread here speaking of Xyience sucks and is just riding the coatails of Dana White.

    In brief: the **** is way overpriced and the testimonials come from fighters under contract that friggin swear they "did not get good in MMA until they found XYZ "whatever sucky product they are pitching".

    Bullshit me thinks.

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    As someone who both works into the EXTREME and goes PAST THE EDGE at least thrice a fortnight, I asked a buddy who works in a sports supplement store about what Xyience actually contained. The following is his unexpurgated response:

    “Never ever buy that ****. I guess it might have some value to it, once you get past all the additives, but it’s ridiculously overpriced and there are vastly superior products out there. You know who buys Xyience? 14-year-old UFC fanboys . . . Certainly not anyone who knows what they’re doing.”

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    Creatine only delivers water to the muscles. While usefull anaerobically, combined with glutamine and fast absorbed protein like whey it can be downright kickass. Water=nutrients. Nutrients=protein, water, and glutamine. Immediately during workout. Sweet.

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    What??? I was under the impression that creatine replenished your ATP system. Once you use your ATP in the muscle the creatine (assuming your muscles are saturated) gives ATP back to the muscle, replenishing it.

    That is why creatine works for aneorobic stuff, use up your ATP in the 10 second burst of intense work, wait a few minutes for the creatine to restore ATP, and you can do it again.

    Creatine does bring water into the cell though I beleive, but its main advantage is the ATP replenishing I thought.

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