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|12/10/2014 5:02:38 PM - Ian S.
Awesome, yeah i was actually looking into trying that. Any recommendations on servings or what the best is?
Also if i can't get my hands on the Plazma, would gasparis "SizeOn" be an equivalent? Because i know its almost the same make up as the plazma with the hydrolyzed protein and carbs i think the only added thing is the Creatine. And i currently actually use a EAA/BCAA mix intra workout that i sip on during. Also...for pre would the biotest pre workout be a good combo of those vitals you mentioned? Thanks!
Yeah, I take Plazma before/during every workout and have for roughly 2 years now. I simply won't train without it.
In terms of servings it depends on my goals and what body part I am training.
At the tail end of my contest diet I was down to 1 serving of Plazma with 2 servings of Mag-10. I did this to lower my carb intake.
I am presently off-season so I consume 3 servings of Plazma with each workout with the only exception being my primary leg workout where I will consume 4 servings. My primary leg workouts sometimes last 2 hours!
I personally have not ever used SizeOn by Gaspari, so I cannot comment on it from personal experience like I can with Plazma. That said, if it contains all the similar ingredients it will likely serve as an alternative if money is an issue.
Biotest recently reformulated Surge Workout Fuel and its another less costly option to Plazma. I liken Plazma to the Porsche 918 and Surge to the Porsche 911 Turbo. Not everyone can afford the 918, but the 911 is still world class!
All the best,
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