N.O Xplode

#1
Has anyone here tried N.O Xplode?

I know it locks you into your work out etc (which is exactly what I'm after), but does it make you mental?! A guy from college suggested it to me, but he's as mad a a box of frogs and I don't wanna end up like that!!

Does anyone have any experiance of this stuff as I'm a complete noob to diet suppliments etc.

Cheers guys
 
#2
Try all the wonder drugs you like, but you're still a fucking biff, you'll never be a gym queen and you'll never be able to touch children as well as I can.

RLC fudge nudger.
 
#3
StabTiffy2B said:
Try all the wonder drugs you like, but you're still a fucking biff, you'll never be a gym queen and you'll never be able to touch children as well as I can.

RLC fudge nudger.
Oh I can't wait to slip you my suppliment fuelled hard on. It'll be so much better than last time. Do you remember that last time? Do you remember how cold you were sleeping on the workshop floor? Do you remember how you skulked accross the drill hall? Do you remember how you nervously knocked on the Radio Troop door, like a naughty boy at school? Do you remember selling your skinny childhood body to the Rad Ops? Do you remember how warm it was in that office and how you wished you could stay there forever? And do you remember how we kicked you out when we were done using you? Back to the cold workshop floor with only your poorly shaped beret and Dustin Diamond VHS's to keep you warm.
 
#4
trombone84 said:
Oh I can't wait to slip you my suppliment fuelled hard on. It'll be so much better than last time. Do you remember that last time? Do you remember how cold you were sleeping on the workshop floor? Do you remember how you skulked accross the drill hall? Do you remember how you nervously knocked on the Radio Troop door, like a naughty boy at school? Do you remember selling your skinny childhood body to the Rad Ops? Do you remember how warm it was in that office and how you wished you could stay there forever? And do you remember how we kicked you out when we were done using you? Back to the cold workshop floor with only your poorly shaped beret and Dustin Diamond VHS's to keep you warm.
I'll have the last laugh though you gopping RLC, non-CFT passing faggot...































I've got aids.
 
#5
StabTiffy2B said:
trombone84 said:
Oh I can't wait to slip you my suppliment fuelled hard on. It'll be so much better than last time. Do you remember that last time? Do you remember how cold you were sleeping on the workshop floor? Do you remember how you skulked accross the drill hall? Do you remember how you nervously knocked on the Radio Troop door, like a naughty boy at school? Do you remember selling your skinny childhood body to the Rad Ops? Do you remember how warm it was in that office and how you wished you could stay there forever? And do you remember how we kicked you out when we were done using you? Back to the cold workshop floor with only your poorly shaped beret and Dustin Diamond VHS's to keep you warm.
I'll have the last laugh though you gopping RLC, non-CFT passing faggot...

I've got aids.
Fail a CFT?! I'll be passing CFTs well after your legs have snapped under the weight of your empty webbing!
 
#6
trombone84 said:
I know it locks you into your work out etc
At risk of sounding thick, what do you mean by 'locks you into your work out'?

Tango
 
#7
Tango said:
trombone84 said:
I know it locks you into your work out etc
At risk of sounding thick, what do you mean by 'locks you into your work out'?

Tango
Mentally and physically I'm done with running after about 15-20 minutes. My body feels shattered, but after a 5 or so minute rest I could go again, but by then i'm cooling down and if i try to go again i cramp up. I've been pushing further into this zone to improve my stamina, but it doesn't seem to be getting me very far.

Also, running's boring me. I'm used to playing rugby as my phys, so there's always something keeping you alert. So something that would help me get past both of those barriers i guess is what I'm after.
 
#8
trombone84 said:
Tango said:
trombone84 said:
I know it locks you into your work out etc
At risk of sounding thick, what do you mean by 'locks you into your work out'?

Tango
Mentally and physically I'm done with running after about 15-20 minutes. My body feels shattered, but after a 5 or so minute rest I could go again, but by then i'm cooling down and if i try to go again i cramp up. I've been pushing further into this zone to improve my stamina, but it doesn't seem to be getting me very far.

Also, running's boring me. I'm used to playing rugby as my phys, so there's always something keeping you alert. So something that would help me get past both of those barriers i guess is what I'm after.

So you're looking for a mental stimulant more then anything?

Caffeine in all honesty is your best bet. Try some taurine with it as well


And keep at it
 
#9
Ian1983 said:
trombone84 said:
Tango said:
trombone84 said:
I know it locks you into your work out etc
At risk of sounding thick, what do you mean by 'locks you into your work out'?

Tango
Mentally and physically I'm done with running after about 15-20 minutes. My body feels shattered, but after a 5 or so minute rest I could go again, but by then i'm cooling down and if i try to go again i cramp up. I've been pushing further into this zone to improve my stamina, but it doesn't seem to be getting me very far.

Also, running's boring me. I'm used to playing rugby as my phys, so there's always something keeping you alert. So something that would help me get past both of those barriers i guess is what I'm after.

So you're looking for a mental stimulant more then anything?

Caffeine in all honesty is your best bet. Try some taurine with it as well


And keep at it
I have a quite a high caffine diet as it is.

The mantal barrier is the lesser of the two. I'm having no trouble getting out there, but like I said it's just dull. I guess what's motivating me to do this will have to motivate me some more!

My main problem is that I don't seem to be getting any results from pushing myself further when I'm tired. And I know I'm not exhausted after 20 minutes (I'm not that unfit!), but somehow I'm holding back some energy which I can't get at. My diet is not bad, mainly veg, a little meat, and not much fried stuff and no more than 4 pints of Guinness a week.
 
#10
I'm sure you're aware of this, but a large intake of caffeine before a workout isn't the best idea. Whilst caffeine isn't the massive diuretic that people claim, however it can cause fluid-electrolyte imbalance, which can impair performance.

If you're finding your training boring, as bone as this sounds, change it. Bring a partner into it, introduce weekly/fortnightly/monthly goals. Personally, I bought one of those Nike+/iPod sets. Online you can find a LOT of training programmes/aims. Very good bit of kit.

Tango

editted for PTI spelling.
 
#11
trombone84 said:
Tango said:
trombone84 said:
I know it locks you into your work out etc
At risk of sounding thick, what do you mean by 'locks you into your work out'?

Tango
Mentally and physically I'm done with running after about 15-20 minutes. My body feels shattered, but after a 5 or so minute rest I could go again, but by then i'm cooling down and if i try to go again i cramp up. I've been pushing further into this zone to improve my stamina, but it doesn't seem to be getting me very far.

Also, running's boring me. I'm used to playing rugby as my phys, so there's always something keeping you alert. So something that would help me get past both of those barriers i guess is what I'm after.
Be ashamed. Im a civvy who has only recently started doing phys again after 18 months without and I can easily run for an hour. You fat cnut.
 
#12
trombone84 said:
but somehow I'm holding back some energy which I can't get at. .
Same boat mate, i can run forever and be fine and have a convo while running but when it comes into tapping into that energy to maybe go alittle faster i cant get to it, i know what you mean though mate.

Cal
 
#13
Bossdog said:
Be ashamed. Im a civvy who has only recently started doing phys again after 18 months without and I can easily run for an hour. You fat cnut.
WHOA! I bet you've got a massive cock and a huge car and a mute wife with big tits too, you lucky bastard!
 
#14
I'm done with running after about 15-20 minutes. My body feels shattered
Have you tired the RAF? more in your line I think!
 

Trans-sane

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#15
Most supplements aren't worth the effort. You go on them and get results but stop taking them and 2 weeks later you are worse off than before. Personaly I find running more boring than car crash TV. 2 mins after I hit the boredom wall I fell KNACKERED. So basically I need to keep myself interested. Hence I usualy play trees or lamp posts when I run, or get a nasty hill program on a treadmill in the gym.
 
#16
Trans-sane said:
Most supplements aren't worth the effort. You go on them and get results but stop taking them and 2 weeks later you are worse off than before. Personaly I find running more boring than car crash TV. 2 mins after I hit the boredom wall I fell KNACKERED. So basically I need to keep myself interested. Hence I usualy play trees or lamp posts when I run, or get a nasty hill program on a treadmill in the gym.
When you get results, you do need to continue training, except slightly harder to compensate for the fact that you're THAT much stronger/fitter.
 
#17
N.O Xplode is Creatine based which is fine for strength/power stuff but absolutely the wrong thing for you if you are running for more than 40secs -
 
#18
trombone84 said:
Ian1983 said:
trombone84 said:
Tango said:
trombone84 said:
I know it locks you into your work out etc
At risk of sounding thick, what do you mean by 'locks you into your work out'?

Tango
Mentally and physically I'm done with running after about 15-20 minutes. My body feels shattered, but after a 5 or so minute rest I could go again, but by then i'm cooling down and if i try to go again i cramp up. I've been pushing further into this zone to improve my stamina, but it doesn't seem to be getting me very far.

Also, running's boring me. I'm used to playing rugby as my phys, so there's always something keeping you alert. So something that would help me get past both of those barriers i guess is what I'm after.

So you're looking for a mental stimulant more then anything?

Caffeine in all honesty is your best bet. Try some taurine with it as well


And keep at it
I have a quite a high caffine diet as it is.

The mantal barrier is the lesser of the two. I'm having no trouble getting out there, but like I said it's just dull. I guess what's motivating me to do this will have to motivate me some more!

My main problem is that I don't seem to be getting any results from pushing myself further when I'm tired. And I know I'm not exhausted after 20 minutes (I'm not that unfit!), but somehow I'm holding back some energy which I can't get at. My diet is not bad, mainly veg, a little meat, and not much fried stuff and no more than 4 pints of Guinness a week.

I'd suggest a change mate

Find a hill and do some hill sprints for a few weeks, keeping one LSD session once a week (trail run maybe on the weekends).

Do some interval work as well (sprint as hard as you can for 20s, jog back to starting position for example for say 20 min). That should help you tap into that unreached energy reserve.

Also, 400m 'sprints' (and I use the term losely by the 2nd) for time are pretty good
 
#19
bulldoze said:
N.O Xplode is Creatine based which is fine for strength/power stuff but absolutely the wrong thing for you if you are running for more than 40secs -
I would say from your particular pov its more like sub 10s (pure power is where you're coming from), however it helps with atp recycling which is always a good thing.

Also to an extent creatine helps with recovery
 
#20
Ian1983 said:
bulldoze said:
N.O Xplode is Creatine based which is fine for strength/power stuff but absolutely the wrong thing for you if you are running for more than 40secs -
it helps with atp recycling which is always a good thing.
i've been waiting for someone to mention atp! i would have, but when people ask me questions about it, they tend to glaze over when i start reeling off the facts.
 
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