Opinions on NO2 wanted!

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  1. Romli

    Romli New Member

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    Alittle bit of background, I'm 17, 5'10" and about 160lbs. I need to get bigger for football... period.

    I've lifted abit in the past but I am not at the moment. Maybe I've gotten to 170 with muscle but that's about it, I've never been very dedicated.

    I'm wondering what you all think about me starting with this supplement, ofcourse with 2 or 3 protein shakes a day. Thanks in advance.

    Cliffs:

    1) 17 yrs old, 5'10", 160lbs
    2) havent been on weight lifting schedule recently
    3) no gym for home
    4) NO2 good for me?
     
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    tryfuhl New Member

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    damn... the search is down again?
     
  3. Romli

    Romli New Member

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    eek, i totally forgot about that... i dont have a subscription, can i still search this forum.. im gonna try now...:hs:
     
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    oh shit... i can... my bad
     
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    :rofl:

    Yeah I found it on accident before I re-subscribed that you can search again :hs:
     
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    NO2 is one of the most worthless supplements on the market...and a complete waste of money
     
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    Food > NO2

    Find christophers' routine. Make sure you're getting your vitamins, EFAs, and EAT EAT EAT.
     
  8. Romli

    Romli New Member

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    What about Creatine?

    Creatine Vs. NO2

    Ill go search for some info a/b creatine, see if anyone has already compared the two.
     
  9. N-Word-Jim

    N-Word-Jim Cure for boredom

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    do it... a lot of people like the creatine ethyl esters
     
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    No.

    In your scenario, you should stick to the basics.
     
  12. cucumber

    cucumber resident fat guy

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    Start lifting hard, learn the basics. Continue to study this forum and get the information you need. By that time, you may be ready to try creatine or NO2. I've used both, and used them at the same time. Using both at the same time, just from experience, allowed me to come back from a broken hand a week and a half after I got the cast off and lift more than I had six weeks before when I first broke it.

    Just food for thought.
     
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