What supplement to take for a 2month beginner?

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sonny0986
Hi, I've been working out for bit more than 2 months, I was just wondering whether a choice of WHEY and Multi-vitamin or Creatine and Multi-vitamin, or all of em together? or which one is better? Creatine or WHEY. Thanks.  

11 Jan 2008 12:04

S.W.A.T.
Diet. Food is your friend.
I learned that from the guys from here.
You can also try WPI (Whey Protein Isolate)
if you have money to try out supps if they work try creatine (plain normal creatine).  

11 Jan 2008 12:27
Big A
yeah buy food and some whey protein those are the two best sups you can get  

11 Jan 2008 17:43
Morgan
creatine and multis are not bad to throw in too... if you want to spend $$  

11 Jan 2008 18:27
tacoma_D
like swat said, your diet is the most important thing. And out of the supps you listed, i think the multivitamins are the most important. then, the whey. and lastly the creatine. If you have the money then get all three, but i'd definately recommend getting a good multi if you're only gonna get 1 or 2 out of the 3 supps.  

11 Jan 2008 20:47
bluntandkronic
what is a good multi vitamin?  

11 Jan 2008 22:03
Big A
cant complain about 1 a days you can buy em just about anywhere and they are pretty good vitamins  

11 Jan 2008 22:07
tacoma_D
I use the GNC Mega Men Sport multivitamins and I think they're pretty good.  

12 Jan 2008 03:35
csyflt
go to walmart and get some centrum. then go to the steak isle and fill the buggy up!  

12 Jan 2008 03:52
sonny0986
i was thinking of getting the universal: animal pak multi-vitamin and Optimum 100% nutrition or ProLab N large 2, which would be the better protein choice boys?  

12 Jan 2008 08:30
tacoma_D
The animal paks are good as long as you dont' mind choking down the whole pack of vitamins. I'd go with the ON whey. Don't know much about Prolab, but I hear a lot of ppl say that the ON is the best. :D  

12 Jan 2008 09:37
S.W.A.T.
[QUOTE=sonny0986;84506]i was thinking of getting the universal: animal pak multi-vitamin and Optimum 100% nutrition or ProLab N large 2, which would be the better protein choice boys?[/QUOTE]

Optimum 100% nutrition.
i think ProLab N large 2 is a weight gainer.  

12 Jan 2008 11:36
richie22
im taking one a day active multi vitamins  

04 Feb 2008 02:06
A.B
i beleive nlarge is loaded with carbs, fats and calories. stick to a protein shake... i dont consider any of those "weight gainers" beneficial.  

04 Feb 2008 03:26
S.W.A.T.
[QUOTE=A.B;85237]i beleive nlarge is loaded with carbs, fats and calories. stick to a protein shake... i dont consider any of those "weight gainers" beneficial.[/QUOTE]

i agree Smile Pro-lab did a good job at making me gain weight Smile  

04 Feb 2008 09:35
SGTDAA
Optimun is one of the best, thats what I take. Animal paks been around since 1985, so you do the math. If I was you look into a pre-workout like UPS Labs Jack3d it is by far one of the best pre-workout supplements I have ever taking.  

13 Mar 2010 19:31
johncline
creatine helps alot..depending on what routine you are doing, others will help too.

just cycle the creatine, 2 months on, 1 month off.

too much of a good thing can be "not so good"  

14 Mar 2010 16:37

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