Just received my first Biotest shipment and couldn’t be more pumped. After drinking Metabolic Drive I’m not sure how I lived without it for so long. That being said I just bought Metabolic Drive, Creatine, and Grow! and only have about 180 to spend on more supplements for July. I’m currently in a cutting stage and I just don’t know enough to make the best decision between Anaconda, Surge or Indigo-3G.
If this question has already been tackled I apologize for clogging the forms.
p.s. If anyone is feeling in a good mood and wants to answer another question. I’m an endomorph and I feel like I don’t do well with carbs buttt I own a blueberry farm so I’m constantly surrounded by fruit. During my hypertrophy phases I was saving my fruit for post workout, is it still ok to have fruit post workout or am I hurting my potential fat loss[/quote]
A lot to address here, but I’ll do my best
I have experience with the Anaconda protocol, Surge Workout Fuel, and Surge Recovery. haven’t used Indigo.
I’ll address your last question first, because it’s the easiest. The easy answer is that you can eat almost anything in the immediate time frame around a workout and not hurt your potential fat loss. In fact, some sugar directly after a workout can help.
My understanding of Indigo is that it would not be something to be used in conjunction with actual whole blueberries. Indigo’s derived from a particular chemical in blueberries, but there are other chemicals in blueberries that otherwise inhibit the effectiveness of this chemical (general description). So eating blueberries would seem counterproductive. And I’m guessing you eat a lot of these berries since you own a farm. Indigo’s also the most expensive out of the bunch.
I love the Surges. I’m also very carb-tolerant. That’s the least expensive route for workout supplementation, but it may not be effective for you.
The Anaconda protocol seems like a decent compromise of everything. I think it’s a more effective peri-workout drink than surge, more expensive than Surge, less expensive than Indigo (I think, probably depends on number of workouts in a given time period). MAG-10 is also a versatile supplement to have, I’d recommend having it regardless of goals. Anaconda’s good for your carb issues as well.
Hope this helps!