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Plazma v. Surge WOF for Crossfit


#1

Just looking for some advice on the best supplement for crossfit. For the past 3 months I have been using Surge WOF in the following fashion:

  • one serving (2 scoops) 30 min. prior to class
  • 3 scoops peri-workout. I usually don’t finish this during the one hour class so, I drink what remains with about .5 L of water and a scoop of creatine malate within 30 min of finishing my work out.

I also typically consume around 4 pulses of MAG-10 through out the day.

I can certainly see that consuming Surge WOF helps me recover not only during the work out but also after, enabling me to increase my work out frequencies to at least 4 times a week.

With this in mind, would I see the same benefits of Surge plus more if I were to consume Plazma in a similiar fashion?

Sorry if this is a bit wordy, and thanks for the help.


#2

Yes, <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/plazma"target=“new”>Plazma is basically a more advanced workout supplement. Think of it as the latest evolution of peri-workout supplementation. SWF no doubt works, but we believe we’ve surpassed it with Plazma. (And by the way, we have tested this with several high-level CrossFitters, who’ve been blown away by Plazma.)

The ideal plan would be to basically following the label directions: pre-load one serving of Plazma about 15 minutes before training. During training, consume one or two more servings, depending on the length and intensity of the workout.

Then, time one of your <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/mag-10"target=“new”>Mag-10 pulses post-workout.

We think you’ll notice the difference.


#3

Thanks for the help. I will certainly give it a shot.