NO Xplode

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    Oct 04, 2007 3:31 AM GMT
    Anyone know anything about this supplement? Someone I know wants to start taking it and since he is incredibly irresponsible with things like that (e.g. main interest in the gym for him is the looks part and doesn't really seem to mind if shit will fuck his health) I thought I'd look into it for him.

    So does this work if you've tried it? Is it safe? I read it has caffeine but I can't figure out how much there is per dose as I can't find it listed anywhere. Let me know if it has anything that could possibly be a health risk.
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    Oct 04, 2007 5:15 AM GMT
    It's mainly arginine (and things that will generate arginine when metabolized) and creatine.

    Some people really respond to it and some people don't. I don't think there's anything particularly harmful in it, but greatly exceeding the recommended dose might be hard on the liver and kidneys. If your friend has trouble with overdoing things like that... well, he'll probably get into trouble eventually, with something.

    Most web sites that sell it will have a list of the ingredients, or you can go to the manufacturers site (www.bsnonline.com) and find it, along with a heaping load of bull. There are also alternatives with pretty much the same ingredients, but I've found that gram per gram, most of these things price out about the same.

    Personally, I respond moderately well to it. The arginine acts as a vasodilator. I've always had poor circulation... forget about donating blood... and my arms always fell asleep in bed (and stayed skinny.) Since using this stuff... well, my arms have finally started growing. And last time I gave a blood sample, the phlebotomist actually said, "Wow! Choose a vein..." (Previously, it would take about six pokes and half an hour to get a sample.)
    The creatine has been pretty conclusively shown to contribute to muscle mass increase for most (but not all) people, IF they are lifting weights.
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    Oct 04, 2007 5:32 AM GMT
    For what it's worth, guys - I use it, and like it.

    No jitters, no big side effect problems or anything like that.

    I did find it helpful to STIR rather than SHAKE as the package directs.

    As for pricing - if you'll forgive the plug, you can get it through our website's link for $5-$7 cheaper than the other place mentioned....

    http://www.prime-fit.com/supplements.htm

    And check out the articles on the Prime Fit site while you're at it - they're free.

    Joey
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    Oct 04, 2007 6:03 AM GMT
    QUOTE:Since using this stuff... well, my arms have finally started growing.


    Crap, both of you are making it sound actually good, I might even have to try it for myself since you made that arm comment (my arms are shit compared to everything else), though I'll have to wait until my god damned shoulder is back in business. Thanks for the info, I'll let my bro know. icon_smile.gif

    Sorry Joey but my bro already bought it so he can't use your site but if I do decide to try the supplement route I'll check it out.
  • trebor965

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    Oct 04, 2007 6:33 AM GMT
    i heart it!
  • MYKENVA

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    Oct 04, 2007 2:20 PM GMT
    I must agree trebor...i luv the stuff..

    I've ordered it off of ebay...for alot less through some of the online supplement stores that sell through ebay.
  • imaxim

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    Oct 04, 2007 4:53 PM GMT
    For myself, I've found that continued use (along with a separate creatine supplement) coincided with good results compared to when I went off of it temporarily later on. A couple of things to note, though:

    1) Your body may need to get used to it. I always find that when I've been off of it for a few days in a row, I tend to feel sick my first night back on it.

    2) This is one of the few supplements that will actually go bad on the shelf after a while (you'll be able to tell). Don't stock up on tons of it.

    Good luck!
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    Oct 04, 2007 5:35 PM GMT
    Any of you blokes find a corrolation between arginine use and sleeplessness? I have found that when I take an arginine supp, I develop insomnia as a side effect...
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    Oct 04, 2007 6:34 PM GMT
    Yeah, the first day or two that I used it, I was too pumped to sleep. That only lasted a couple of days, and then I guess I got used to it. Also, I don't use any of those things within a few hours of bedtime, and I don't use near as much as the manufacturers recommend.
    At first, I was a little concerned about blood pressure effects, so I tracked it for a few days, but it seemed OK.
    BTW: Some companies market the same stuff to geriatrics as a "fountain of youth" serum.
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    Oct 04, 2007 8:14 PM GMT
    Warren, I suspect it's another ingredient that is the problem. Ornithane & Arginine was a popular combo for some time to promote GH release during sleep. Turned out to be not all THAT helpful - but it didn't interfere with sleep at all.
    You'll still find Arginine in some sleep aids. I also note the following study:
    ID: 4163.0, MPI für Psychiatrie
    Publikationen MPI für Psychiatrie

    Arginine improves sleep in elderly men
    Authors:
    Steiger, A; Weikel, J; Held, K; Schmid, D; Ziegenbein, M
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    Oct 05, 2007 12:08 AM GMT
    I use this product. For lifting. Its pretty kick ass. I follow it as described. I dont do alot of sweet things, and its got a mellow sweet factor which is good. I wanna try the black powder.

    I highly recomend it, get the big jar too, noone recomended it to me, I just thought it had some good promises that were worth the 70 dollar risk. I love it. I think I might try the whole stacking system. I dunno.

    But just get it, and try it. Read the insturctions on box in full!
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    Oct 05, 2007 2:10 PM GMT
    dunno about sleeplessness but if you suffer from cold sores steer well clear of it
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    Oct 27, 2007 11:18 PM GMT
    I don't know too much about NO Xplode, but I take a similar product from AdvoCare called Arginine Extreme. It has a similar effect of increasing vascularity, along with many of the benefits described about NO Xplode. My results have been significant; if nothing else, I certainly get a lot more compliments at the gym.

    The only word of caution I would provide to users of any product containing significant amounts of arginine: If you have the herpes virus in any form [about 80% of the population has the kind that causes cold sores], arginine has a tendency to "activate" it, even when you do not get cold sores. I hadn't had a cold sore in almost a year, and when I started on Arginine Extreme [and had some big job-related stress at the time], I got one.

    If you find that taking arginine causes you to have cold sores, you might try upping your intake of Omega-3 gelcaps. I take my OmegaPlex twice a day instead of once a day on the days that I work out [which are the days I use Arginine Extreme]. The Lysine in fish oil helps to combat cold sores, and if you currently have one, can shorten its life cycle greatly.
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    Oct 28, 2007 3:38 PM GMT
    Be sure to follow the directions for 12 weeks on and 4 weeks off. Or something close, to give your kidneys and liver a rest, especially if you are taking the maximum dose.
  • DrStorm

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    Oct 28, 2007 4:37 PM GMT
    Like all chemicals, everyone of us responds differently. When I have a bad headache the only thing that will get rid of it is aspirin, and nothing else.

    Likewise with supplements - you're stuffing a whole concoction of chemicals into your system and you and I may or may not respond in the same manner - just think "research drug studies" using placebos etc....even those who get the actual drug don't ALL show the same results.

    That being said, all I can say is that NO XPLODE KICKS MY ASS. I definitely notice the difference when I take it vs not taking it. I am a triathlete and I wouldn't race without it - I know it gives me a huge advantage out there.

    Side-affects:

    I work out around 2pm so I only take this supplement around 1:30pm and have noticed that if taken later, I will have trouble sleeping.

    If I take the full dose it tends to make me feel nauseas, but I think it's because of my rather prissy stomach.

    Regarding abusing it, well, if it can be abused it will be abused just like anything else. Is it safe? Time will tell. But then again, you're probably routinely eating far more harmful substances every day of your life.

    Moderation thrives, excess kills!

    PEACE
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    Oct 28, 2007 5:19 PM GMT
    I love this stuff. However it does contain caffeine "Methylxanthine" Also the big Caution lable says do not us with OTHER caffinated products. I must say though my workouts have become longer and more intense since I started using no-explode. icon_smile.gif
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    Oct 29, 2007 10:21 PM GMT
    It rocks!
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    Oct 31, 2007 6:10 AM GMT
    Because of the Arginine content, it will give you rock hard erections and even after you cum, you'll dick stay hard for a long time. You can do 2-3 rounds of fucking with ease.
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    Nov 10, 2007 12:39 AM GMT
    Has anyone tried No xplode and black powder?

    I just bought no xplode but was also told I should try black powder.

    Anyone have any comparisons??

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    Nov 25, 2007 9:08 PM GMT
    I've been using Hydroxycut Extreme for about a year or so, and I've been really happy with the results. Is NoExplode a similar thing, or is it a different supplement altogether?

    I've seen it on the shelf and thought about trying it, but I've never read the label and figured it was silmilar to what I was already doing.

    I guess it's good to change up every now and then, because I always felt that your body tends to get used to certian things after awhile (kinda like changing up your workout).
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    Nov 25, 2007 9:28 PM GMT
    Assuming you mean Hydroxycut Hardcore, they both contain caffeine, but otherwise they're very different supplements.
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    Apr 06, 2008 3:30 AM GMT
    My experience with No Xplode has been incredible. I am HIV+ ( for 17 years )and was having a big problem with a lack of energy when weightlifting. I eat very healthily and eat to gain weight, so my energy problem did not stem from my diet. After all the years of being poz and taking the meds, I think I was just drained. Normal everyday activities were fine but I could last about 1/2 hour for a workout and I was done. I started No Xplode and actually trained a year to compete in physique at the Gay Games and won a gold medal and I attribute it to this supplement. I could not workout without it. Now I've started playing tennis and it gets me through 3 sets easily. I do bloodwork every 3 months and after 2 years of continuous use of No Xplode my liver function is normal and my health/bloodwork is the best it's ever been. I would have to say even if No Xplode kills me it's been worth the ride because my life has improved immensely. On another point, No Xplode doesn't leave me jittery. After a workout it just wears off and I don't crash. Then if I do another activity later in the day, tennis for example, it kicks in and I'm back in business. I find that amazing. If I take it after about 6pm I have to make sure I really work hard and work it off, otherwise I can't sleep. So there's my 2 cents on No Xplode. Make sure you drink TONS of water, especially while exercising. But you should do that regardless.
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    Jul 28, 2008 12:48 AM GMT
    Just started on No Xplode and wow you can feel it helping you.. I am going to try it for one cycle, and see what happens.. It has already helped on the workouts..
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    Jul 28, 2008 12:50 AM GMT
    I wish I could use it but I can't!grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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    Jul 28, 2008 3:49 AM GMT
    I've been using NO Xplode this summer for the very first time and it has been amazing. Im about to finish the container soon, so it'll be interesting how much my lifting has improved without it (if it has at all). It's a great product, but not something I want to take forever.