Posted On:7/25/2007 10:03pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
You are right. Caffeine, arginine, taurine, maltodrexin... it's a bad-ass chemical cocktail!!
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Posted On:7/25/2007 11:22pm
Style: Proudly Shaolin Do.
well are there cheaper alternatives?
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Posted On:7/26/2007 5:50am
Did you research any other Nitric Oxide products yet? What other supplements are you taking? NO (Nitric Oxide) should not be the first supp you take, whey protein, creatine, and a multi top the list.
I'm guessing you haven't. Read a whole bunch on all these products, chemicals, etc and get back to us maybe? Knowledge is power and all.
I am not a fan of NO products but I do like creatine, beta alanine, taurine, caffeine (sometimes), and some other supps.
Posted On:7/26/2007 1:58pm
Have people used these for martial arts or just gym sessions?
On a saturday i'm going to start doing 3.5 hours of BJJ back to back and will need something to keep me going.
Posted On:7/26/2007 4:22pm
Should help for both I think. I've used Nitrix, which is similar to NOXPLODE. But, as LI said, other supplements should come first. Glutamine and a multi are on the top of my list. NOXPLODE (and similar products) can help you keep going. Glutamine will help you recover.
Posted On:4/19/2011 5:31pm
Style: Jiu Jitsu
what is the take on NO-Xplode before grappling?
I find if I take it too close to class time, i feel bloated a bit, but if I take it say an hour and a half before class, its less bloating but I'm not sure if I'm maximizing the full potential
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