My top bodybuilding supplement picks

1. Protein powder- The staple in every bodybuilders supplement bag. Very versitile can be taken anytime during the day. I reccommed a whey isolate/ hydroslate blend around workout times such as Beverly International’s Muscle Provider. This is a protein powder that is fast acting and tastes great! At other times of the day such as between meals and before bed a protein powder with a mix of whey and casein is best. I use Beverly’s Ultimate Muscle Protein at those times.

2. Glutamine and BCAAs- How can you go wrong, two supplements in one. The combination of amino acids glutamine, leucine, valine and isolucine make a potent cocktail that can be consumed before, durning or after training. Helps speed up the recovery process.

3. Creatine- This supplement speaks for itself. Increase strength, increased muscle force, delay of muscle fatigue, the benefits are endless. Still the most scientifically proven form is creatine monohydrate.

4. Pre workout- Nothing helps you get through a tough workout like a good pre workout supplement. The combination of caffine and N.O stimulating supplements is a perfect pre workout combination. Be carfull of the “fillers” and “propetary blends” that supplement companies use to make there products at a cheper rate.

5. Multivitamin- You can’t lift heavy in the gym if your sick. Cover all of your micronutrient needs with a good sports complete multivitamin.

Honorable mention: Carnitine and Omega 3

About huntfitness

My name is Kyle Hunt, I have a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and I am a Certified Fitness Trainer and Specialist in Fitness Nutrition. I own the fitness website Hunt Fitness.

Posted on May 20, 2010, in Supplementation and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. hey have you ever tried any of the muscle tech products. im no spokesman but when i was working out, those were some of my favorite supplements

  2. Muscle Tech definitly makes quality supplements. There Nitro Tech(protein powder) and Cell Tech(creatine) are two of the most popular protein and creatine supplements available. They are a little pricy but they have to make up for all of the advertising they do lol.

  3. What multivitamin would you recommend? I’m quite prone to any sickness while on working out hard, the standard multivitamins I take are not enough (I know), would like to get some recommendations, thanks.

  4. Hi! Thanks for sharing your post ! I think it really do help ! I found it really informative. Must try it sometimes. .

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