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Old 04-16-2008, 03:12 PM   #31
Steven Low
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Originally Posted by Tom Rawls View Post
I take this to mean you too are skeptical of the effectiveness of Poliquin's (and others') supplements.
I can get near the same performance from optimizing my sleep, diet and workouts as opposed to randomly adding in supplements like most people do (although probably not many of the people on here). Supplements are just that.. supplements. They can help but they're not going to be world beaters. I think most people rely on them too much to be as such.

To be fair, I may or may not have the necessary physiology for certain supplements to be effective given I haven't tried any of them... so I can't really criticize or praise specifically. Kind of like how some people are just creatine non-responders or some fine it works very effectively.
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