Okay, as with the majority of us in this world, I am on a budget. My wife already hates the fact that I buy any supplements, yet ironically doesn’t seem to mind the results I’ve been getting. Here’s the deal. Since last October, I’ve been cycling HOT-ROX and been very consistent with Metabolic Drive low carb and Surge recovery. I’ve gotten great results (went from 195 to 170 and single digit bodyfat with some respectable strength and muscle mass) I started taking Indigo last week and will be receiving Anaconda and some finibars tomorrow. Yes, I’ve definitely went over budget. So, what is the best investment for my $250-$300 month budget? Indigo with Plazma, as peri-workout nutrition seems to be more valuable than anything at the moment. If I had to, should I replace by 2-3 MD shakes with solid food so this can be accomplished? I’d love to also try MAG-10, would that be a better investment for my “shake” meals throughout the day. Any and all suggestions welcomed. Thanks!![/quote]
Honestly, i would look at the Super Stack, for $399 you get 3 bottles of Plazma which will last a month or slightly more worth of training sessions(depending on how many times per week you train) a month’s worth of Indigo and enough MAG-10 to pulse twice daily.
Now with that stack, say you trained in the evening you could do…
Meal 1. Solid food Breakfast
Meal 2. Pulse(Serving of MAG-10)
Meal 3. Solid Food Lunch
Traning/finishing up Plazma mix prior to finishing training.
Meal 5. Post-Training MAG-10 Pulse
Meal 6. Solid Food Dinner
With that stack the two bottles of MAG-10 come to about $50 a piece which is like $1.79 a serving. You’re not going to find a cheaper, more effective meal at that price, so it will save you some money on solid food for sure as a between meal pulse, not to mention you have enough for the all important post-training pulse. Not to mention that one serving of MAG-10 will have the effect of probably 2 of those MD shakes put together in that one tiny serving.
However, if the wife is really putting the clamp down, i’d probably just go with the regular Plazma stack that includes a months worth of Indigo along with the 3-bottles of Plazma. The MAG-10 is definitely icing on the cake whereas the workout nutrition, in this case Plazma is the meat and potatoes of the operation.
Lastly, as CS says, you can always try to get your wife hooked on the stuff herself, that way it becomes an issue of her needing to find ways to budget for it to!! Good luck man.