Thread: Need energy
2/05/2007 2:11pm, #21
I had this stuff before my last fight
it gave me a lot of energy, both physically and mentally. I think it effected my mood (positively) aswell, though it's hard to say. A lot of the people that go to my gym swear by it as a pre/post workout food. It's pretty tasty too!
2/05/2007 3:21pm, #22
Where do you get it? I love sorbet in general and I can always use more energy.
2/05/2007 3:40pm, #23
They sell it at my gym, but you can get it online http://www.acaixtreme.com/
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2/05/2007 4:34pm, #24
Originally Posted by new2bjj
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2/05/2007 4:45pm, #25
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Senior Macho, I did not say that all Supplements were junk. Actually, the ones you list are the few that seem to do something. My dad takes Glutamine, is what 79 years old, beat cancer, and still bikes for 45 minutes a day. Now, it's not just the Glut, but he says it helps. I use Met Rex and feel better, and I saw my cholesterol plunge from using Beta Setoserol. Still, it might be that if someone is tired, they might need adequate rest etc.
2/05/2007 4:59pm, #26Originally Posted by Kidspatula
2/05/2007 8:53pm, #27
The only thing that sucks is that it's $5 a bowl, so it's too pricey for me to buy one every day. Though I guess a bowl is a fair bit and could be spread out over the course of a day (or two)
2/05/2007 8:54pm, #28
try bee pollen, my whole rugby team used to eat it before matches...at least that's what they told it was.....
2/05/2007 8:55pm, #29
Bee pollen? Bee's don't make pollen...
2/05/2007 9:02pm, #30
they don't make it, they just put it in the jar :)