Building a New Body; Suggestions on Supps



Age: 25
Height: 5’8’'
Weight: 215
BF %: 25ish

So had an issue with test awhile ago (was at 29.7 per blood test and doctor) and went off all supplements. And now lurking around and getting back into a work out regiment I was wondering what would be the best for me. I crossfit 5 days a week and my job is a server. I was looking at Plazma and Indigo-3G but also the creatine and Superfoods.

My Goals? Get stronger lose excess weight for joint health. Destroy the old body and rebuild new. If any other info is needed, ask. Thank you ahead of time for the help.


First thing to take care of is workout nutrition. <a href=""target=“new”>Plazma or <a href=""target=“new”>Surge Workout Fuel would fit you needs.

Once that’s taken care of, <a href=""target=“new”>Indigo-3G would be a great addition. That’s a solid foundation right there. Sounds like you’ve done your homework.

If you respond well to creatine, sure, go for it. You can add it right into your workout drink.

Superfood is a good choice for overall health, especially if you don’t eats tons of exotic berries, fruits, and green veggies.

You may find this article helpful too. See the supplement section:


the nutrition aspect i have down for macros just trying to fine tune them at the moment. i just see a lot of good reviews on these supplements and feel overwhelmed when it comes to deciding.

for the Indigo-3G am I to cycle it on and off? Or just take it consistently? I saw earlier in a post you recommend to go for double dosage for 8 weeks then lean back to regular dosage, is this still the most efficient? Also should I wait on any test booster or sorts or just not go with that product?


For Indigo-3G, just follow label directions. No need to cycle. (You can view all the labels at the T Nation store.)

A T booster, such as <a href=""target=“new”>Alpha Male, is great if you need one. For most people though, it’s better to get that solid foundation in place – workout nutrition and, for many, Indigo-3G.

Start with the foundational stuff, then build from there. Don’t add too many things at once, especially ancillary supplements, because then it’s hard to tell which one is working for you.