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Old 09-11-2012, 04:25 PM   #16
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you don't NEED anything. A good diet is better then supplements however if your diet is lacking something then supplement it with a supplement but don't plan your diet around sups
cheers for the advice matey.

however i have a good diet, now i think im ready to add the supplements to get the extra inch. if my diet wasnt in check then i wouldnt bother
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Old 09-11-2012, 04:37 PM   #17
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luckily mate when im out of training and in my civillian clothes (hahaha) im an anaytical engineer for a company called leco instruments, we manufacture, service and run instruments that test metal, oils and most importantly for this case food products for governments, manufatures and authoritys to break down the labels and actual ingredients, check the nutrtion fact are true and check the quantities ect

so i can check the label, if i dont get what they say then i can at least get my money back and maybe a good few quid more haha.

cheers for the advice though mate, i've tried most of the big brands that say they'll move heaven and earth (unfortunatly before i started at leco) and all you get is a 2kg tub of dust and talc powder
What I'm saying is not that the ingredient list or the dose of the overall 'blend' is incorrect, I'm saying that the actual dosing of each individual ingredient is insufficient. The product you posted is what, 9000mg per serving?

Already the standard dosages of creatine monohydrate and beta-alanine would take up a bulk of that. It's also filled with pointless ingredients. You can't complain that the doses are wrong, because they don't tell you the actual dosages in the first place

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Old 09-12-2012, 09:07 AM   #18
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Wasting your time with that supplement, save your money.
Yep, a waste for a sport like boxing
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