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    I read about supplements for about 4 months, from when I started to do exercises. I know there is no magic pill or quick solution but I would like to speed up this process at least for a bit. After months of reading I decided which supplements I want to use.


    I will continue with the exercises. I exercise 1 hour and 10 minutes a day, five days a week. I always rest on Saturdays and Sundays. I need 2 days of rest , if resting less i'm starting to feel pain.



    But before I start I wonder if some of you used these supplements and whether these supplements can really help?




    This is my plan: I will take them 2 months and take the recommended daily dose.



    Arginine (I can buy it in a sports shop)
    L-tyrosine supplement (I can buy it in a sports shop)
    HGH

  • #2
    L-Arginine you can get online for much cheaper.
    L-Tyrosine is found in meat and not necessary or recommended in high doses.
    HGH is an ILLEGAL steroid.

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    • #3
      The general consensus around here is that L-arginine is good for EQ, but not really growth.

      L-tyrosine is a mood enhancer, not a cell builder.

      Stay away from HGH.

      If you want to add to your diet, try the 5G tea
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      • #4
        It must first be made clear that Human Growth Hormone is not an anabolic steroid. Human Growth Hormone is what is known as a protein hormone (or a peptide hormone) that is naturally and endogenously produced by the human body and secreted at the pituitary gland.

        Take these guys advice and stay clear of it, unless your doctor prescribes it.

        As TheGreatDivider mentions go online for supplements like L-arginine, as them sports stores are a rip off

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        • #5
          Actually, In my country, the price of L-arginine is the same as online.

          I will listen to your advice, and I will skip HGH.

          Thank you for your help

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          • #6
            If money is an issue you should replace the L-Arginin with L-Citrulin, if not the just use both.
            IMO L-Tyrosine is useless, I never had any difference while taking this.
            About HGH, I've heard incredible stories about HGH from a bodybuilding friend, so that's not the problem.
            The actual problem is the massive backswing HGH creates and majorly fucks up your body, so stay far away from that.

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            • #7
              all supps are just for blood flow and therefore EQ which helps you gain if it is well.
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              • #8
                What do you guys think of L-glutamine? I used to take it all the time when I powerlifted for faster recovery, would it work for PE? If we’re doing a lot of ligament stretching, shouldn’t it help? Or maybe a more specific supplementation stack, like something athletes would take for ligament injuries?

                Sorry if I hijacked the thread but the OP touched on something I’ve wondered about as well.
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                • #9
                  Whether related or not I do not know, but the the time that I got all of my gains I was taking l-lysine. I'm taking it again now. 1g every morning on an empty stomach.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by DixieCup View Post
                    What do you guys think of L-glutamine? I used to take it all the time when I powerlifted for faster recovery, would it work for PE? If we’re doing a lot of ligament stretching, shouldn’t it help? Or maybe a more specific supplementation stack, like something athletes would take for ligament injuries?

                    Sorry if I hijacked the thread but the OP touched on something I’ve wondered about as well.
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