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Plazma vs Surge Workout Fuel and MAG-10


#1

I put something about training in the biger faster leaner forum today but am now wondering. I live in the UK so shipping is an issue and hecne can’t afford masses of w/o nutrition. I’m planning a 20 week gain/ cut and am torn between options

Option A - Plazma at 2 servings a session and nothing else

Option B - 1 or 2 serving Surge Workout Fuel and 2/3 servings MAG-10. This will be mainly the smaller doses but I can afford to buy enough to mean that a fair few sessons get extra nutrition as I want to use it.

I’ve used MAG-10 and Surge before and results were really good at these sort of doses. I apprecaite people are really liking Plazma a lot but given the additional nutrients I’d get which actually is the better option as costs will be basically identical?


#2

Bang for buck, Plazma is amazing,

Short on bucks, I found that SWF and MAG-10 do the job. Not as well, but still… it’s pretty damn good.

Just my .009 cents (im canadian).


#3

Both are good choices given your limitations, but we’d suggest leaning toward option A.

Plazma is the superior peri-workout supplement, and many people find that just two servings of Plazma (one pre-loaded, one during training) is all they need. That’s still a very potent amount, and most people fine it’s superior to Surge Workout Fuel even when using only two servings of Plazma.


#4

I used to use SWF combined with MAG-10, now I use 2 scoops Plazma, and sometimes a FINiBAR before. Even without the FINiBAR, 2 scoops plazma is 80g great carbs and 30g protein, I like it better than the SWF and MAG-10 combo. SWF and MAG-10 are great together, but I definitely feel the difference with Plazma, especially with recovery. Plazma if you can get it!