Cellucor brand supplements

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    Mar 12, 2012 2:53 PM GMT
    Have any of you used them? I have, and I can't tell that they do anything they claim. Also, have any of you tried their version of the pre-workout NO3 compound? It makes me hyper-aggressive and MEAN. Do all NO3 products cause this, or is this a brand specific for Cellucor's formula? I don't want to feel rage, and I'd rather continue using nothing than feel like I'm going to get into multiple fist fights on the way from my apartment driving in traffic to the gym.

    Any advice/observations?
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    Mar 12, 2012 4:19 PM GMT
    I bought it last summer and took it three workouts in a row... My body broke out in hives each time and my heart would beat like the wind. It certainly does something, just not what I wanted it too. I think it was the histadine or the methylhexaneamine. My husband took it and did just fine on it...
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    Mar 12, 2012 4:19 PM GMT
    I took C4 and did not like it.
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    Mar 12, 2012 4:24 PM GMT
    I've used the No-Nzero and C4 and really like both products. I've been a Cellucor fan for a few years now and like the product and especially the service (I go directly through the company to buy the product as they give me great deals and are personable). My partner takes the NZero and that seems to work for him more than the C4 since he's just trying to get lean.
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    Mar 12, 2012 4:29 PM GMT
    Not a fan. It makes me hella agressive as well.

    I'm still working thru a small tub of Jack3D which has less of an aggressive-izing-ness (lol not-a-word) to it.

    I'd like to find pre-workout booster something that isn't packed with as much sucralose, that shit is fuckin' nasty tasting. Even regular sugar or dextrose if I can't find completely non-sweetened products would do.
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    Mar 12, 2012 4:29 PM GMT
    So far my favorite pre-workout is BSN's HyperFX
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    Mar 12, 2012 4:32 PM GMT
    I was using C4, P6, and D4.

    At first, I thought they were too strong as I would get light headed after taking the appropriate dosages, then my body assimilated. I think they did help, but I don't think they helped as much as other products I've used. I will say that the C4 definitely helped my energy level during workouts and the D4 definitely helped me trim down some fat. The P6 is the one product I'm skeptical about.

    Not sure why NO3 would make you aggressive as it's not a stimulant or a testosterone booster.
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    Mar 12, 2012 4:35 PM GMT
    EastCoastNAZ saidI was using C4, P6, and D4.

    At first, I thought they were too strong as I would get light headed after taking the appropriate dosages, then my body assimilated. I think they did help, but I don't think they helped as much as other products I've used. I will say that the C4 definitely helped my energy level during workouts and the D4 definitely helped me trim down some fat. The P6 is the one product I'm skeptical about.

    Not sure why NO3 would make you aggressive as it's not a stimulant or a testosterone booster.


    It might be synergistic in some manner (for me at least) with the test booster I use (T-Bomb II) perhaps?
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    Mar 12, 2012 4:52 PM GMT
    I took P6 a while back. I noticed some minor gains with it. Then again it could have been because with the $100 plus price tag I was more inclined to work hard and eat clean. I don't think any supplement has magical powers - it still comes down almost entirely to diet and workouts but you might get a slight edge from using them.
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    Mar 12, 2012 5:04 PM GMT
    sashaman saidI took P6 a while back. I noticed some minor gains with it. Then again it could have been because with the $100 plus price tag I was more inclined to work hard and eat clean. I don't think any supplement has magical powers - it still comes down almost entirely to diet and workouts but you might get a slight edge from using them.


    My thoughts exactly. Certainly not worth the price. Although I like the M5 creatine blend