take 40 grams of branch chain amino acids.
LOL…do you guys have any idea how much that would cost on a weekly basis? Yes. It’s $3.73 per serving if using Biotest. If you add in all the other stuff that most of us usually take What is all of this “stuff” you are taking? Other than whey, fish oil, and Metabolic Drive (which I consider food), I regularly don’t take anything. What supplements are you taking? What measurable results have you gotten from what you are taking? I don’t think I’d have the time to train because I’d need two or three more jobs. You could always disconnect cable and sell your video game collection.
If I try this for a month (@3 workouts a week), that’s around 50 bucks. If it doesn’t work, oh well. If I see good results, then it’s worth it.
I don’t know how old you are. But when you get older, you tend to realize that $50 and one month are very small in the scheme of things.
Oh, and if you are spending over $100 on supplements a month (again, not counting food like whey, greens, and fish oil), then you are likely just creating really expensive urine. Supplements are supposed to be things you take at specific times and for specific reasons. There is no need to always be “on” something. So I’ll spend just 50 bucks this month for experience’s sake. And I won’t need to pick up a second job.[/quote]
This is the same attitude I have. I just started the protocol yesterday. I already know the BCAAs work, I’ve just never tried them in such high doses and I’m willing to try.
$50 is worth a try to me. If it doesn’t work better than the normal dosage, fuck it. That’s the same amount I would spend taking some broad out to dinner and most of the time that shit doesn’t work out either–who gives a fuck! Life goes on dammit.