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Pre-Workout Instead of Plazma?


#1

Would it hurt if I took another type of pre-workout supplement instead of Plazma? I am on a budget and have another pre-workout supplement that I have taken before and like. I will be following the diet with the other supplements as suggested. Starting the diet on Sunday, any info on this would be appreciated.


#2

The Plazma, for me is totally different than any preworkout stim focus type product.

It seems it is more a a carb load energy, i think you’ll want the carbs and calories how it is designed to work.

My 2 cents mileage may vary.


#3

For best results, no.

Also, it depends on what you mean by pre-workout. For most people, that means a stimulant, something to jack you up before training. That’s not what Plazma is. It’s pre-workout nutrition. The V-Diet would be greatly hampered without using Plazma. You’ll lose muscle and feel pretty awful.

Now, if you mean another brand of pre-workout NUTRITION, maybe, but keep in mind you’ll need to take at least twice as much to almost equal one serving of Plazma (with the knock-off brands I’ve checked), and the quality won’t be there. So, not any savings.


#4

Ok, thanks guys, that makes sense.


#5

Would it hurt to add pre-workout stimulant based product? I have some cellucor C4 left over or should I only use the Plazma?


#6

[quote]smasick502 wrote:
Would it hurt to add pre-workout stimulant based product? I have some cellucor C4 left over or should I only use the Plazma?[/quote]

Won’t hurt really, but some varieties do have creatine and other ingredients which may affect how much water you’re holding, which may throw off scale readings.