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    Advice on supplement program?

    I am looking at a few different options, just wanted some input. I just hit 51, still work out daily. Looking for I guess a combo of a testosterone boost, with strength and endurance/recovery increase to maintain my regimen. Has anyone tried bdg performance labs, the first thing that came up when I search this seems to fit just want some more input from the gurus before I buy lol. Any other options you guys subscribe to? I want something effective as well as safe of course.

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    Go see a doctor and get your testosterone levels checked. See if you can find one that does a lot of HRT stuff for men. Getting proper testosterone supplementation will hold of the worst effects of getting old(er).

    The other big thing is creatine. If you cycle it correctly it is basically like putting a turbo on your performance.

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    macros > micros > supplements

    I take WPI when my macros permit it, leucine because it boosts the effect of protein as you age without extra calories, and creatine. You don't really notice creatine while you're taking it, but by god you'll notice it once you first start, because your body will probably have next to none of it.
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    >responding to a marketing bot
    >over hyping creatine like 17 year olds with their first gym membership

    You don't need to cycle creatine, the only performance boost you might be able to quantify is slight increase in resilience to fatigue at the brink of muscular failure and better scores on memory tests. It's really good for bumping you up into free shipping when ordering whey powder though.
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    I hit muscular failure all the time, because I'm old and unfit lol
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    loving the bot replying to bot action here

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    All I take is Fish Oil, vitamin D (especially if you aren't getting much sunlight), creatine, and whey protein. I would also say add a multivitamin, but I haven't seen a lot of good science for them. A salad or smoothie with leafy greens and vegetables is 10x better than a multivitamin anyhow. Also it is very satiating. I've found eating more vegetables makes cutting significantly easier for me as well.

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