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Experience the new strength of a legend - experience Advanced Strength N.O.-Xplode 2.0, the extreme pre-training energy and performance igniter. Whatever your endgame, you deserve a complete pre-workout igniter that can keep pace. BSN has answered the call with its most powerful formula yet, equipping athletes everywhere with the tools to achieve real progress and push past previous limitations.
The original muscle-building pre-training formula
BSN's most powerful and effective formula ever
Beta-alanine for hydrogen ion buffering and endurance support
Precision N.O.-Meta Fusion Blend for pump and performance support
Advanced strength BSN NO-Xplode 2.0 is designed to support:
Muscular endurance, strength and resistance to muscular fatigue
Mental alertness and focus
Nitric oxide production, muscle fullness, pumps and vascularity
Unfortunately we do not stock the caffeine-free one anymore.
QHi there, can this be stacked with bsn syntha-6 protein & usn x4?? Can it be taken by anyone just looking to tone up and lose weight at the same time, or is it specifically for weightlifters
Yes it is fine. Anyone can use these products.
QHi, can u tell me which one is better in terms of performance and affordability between NO-Explode and Go by EXT. Also if its better to take Build-HD by BPI than Cell mass by BSN as a post workout stack. Thanks
This will be a matter of personal preference; unfortunately, it is difficult to ascertain which specific products are better in comparison with others, as factors such as flavour preference and value for money will most certainly enter the equation.
The main difference between BSN NO-Xplode 2.0 and EXT Sports GO is that the former contains nitric oxide (NO) precursors - nitric oxide increases vasodilation and thus, blood flow and nutrient delivery to muscles. It also contains caffeine and other stimulants, whereas the latter is stimulant-free. Price-wise, the latter is also cheaper, but it depends on what you are looking for from a pre-workout as to whether you regard the higher price worth paying (for example, if you were looking for a NO supplement, this would be considered good value for money, as you would be having a pre-workout and NO supplement in one, without purchasing these supplements separately).
With regards to BPI Sports Build-HD compared with BPI Cell Mass, there is not a great deal of difference, nutritionally - both are creatine supplements. The former is a favourite with Jay Cutler, but the latter can perhaps be considered better value for money.
It is ultimately down to personal preference.
I hope the above information addresses your query.
QHi, I ordered 2 tubs of BSN NO Explode but the ingredients on the back do not match the original product listed on the BSN site? In fact nowhere else do I find this particular label, which is essentially severely watered down NO Explode. How can you sell this?
This is a UK formulation and we are going to assume you are viewing the US label which is not legal in the UK under the banned ingredients list from the UK government.
Qhi....i have noticed that you stop displaying BSN-NO XPLODE 1.0...will you not be selling the original no-xplode in your site anymore ??
BSN have now replaced 1.0 with 2.0
Qi have took n-o explode 2.0 before and am sure you did not have to take 760ml of water with it? has it changed or am i wrong? if so why do you have to drink so much water?
No you do not have to drink that much in one go but they do recommend you continue to follow up your water intake during training to become most effective.
QI'm in the Royal Navy and could be drug tested at anytime. Does this product have anything illegal In it. Will I be alright to take it?
It certainly doesn't contain any ingredients that could be deemed as illegal, but with regards to military testing, it is advisable that you present a list of said product's ingredients to your superiors, just as a precautionary measure.
Qis this product viable to be used as a creatine product on its own?
It would be best stacked with Cell-Mass as the creatine levels are only a maintenance dosage in the NO-explode, and it is best to load the creatine so your creatine stores can be better utilised.
QWill you have caffein free version any time soon?
Unfortunately, it's been discontinued.
I'm 29, 5'11" and 10 stone so pretty skinny. My metabolism is pretty fast. I quite like my size however I would like to put some muscles on my small frame. I don't want to get massive but just maintain roughly the same size while getting some muscles and nice tonned muscle definition.
Two weeks ago I've started taking USN Pure Protein GF-1. I train every 3 days as that's how long it takes for my muscle to recover. I noticed fair muscle gains over last two weeks and I believe that's thanks to protein shakes as I was strugling to eat enough proteins before.
I can see the progress in the gym however I still can't lift much. Do you recon any pre-workout would help in my case? I know in my case the key would be focusing on heavy weights instead of cardio so I was thinking of BSN No-Xplode 2.0 or USN Anabolic Nitro.
Also I was thinking of taking some all-in-one supplement like USN Muscle Fuel Anabolic however I don't want any fat gains but lean muscle. Do you recon I would benefit from and my muscle would recover any quicker if I replaced one meal with USN Muscle Fuel Anabolic without gaining any extra fat?
Or should I stay on my quite balanced diet and carry on taking USN Pure Protein GF-1 only? Can you also answer my pre-workout question?
With regards to your query about using a pre-workout, I would recommend Cellucor C4, which is an effective product that can bolster performance without the negative effects of too high a caffeine content; it is currently our number one best-selling pre-workout product and has remained this way for quite some time. It contains niacin and β-alanine, which can help to increase 'pump': blood circulation and nutrient delivery. The best thing about C4 is the lack of “crash” that is all too often experienced with other pre-workout formulae, so this might be an option for you. NO Xplode and Anabolic Nitro are still effective products, of course – I am simply offering a recommendation.
Relative to all-in-one products, I would recommend that you purchase a smaller size container, and try supplementing one serving daily (as you mention), in order to gauge how useful you find this (up to an hour prior to your workout, say, assuming that you eat appropriately otherwise). You can continue to use GF-1 in the morning and post-workout (and/or whenever there is a substantial gap between meals).
In simple terms, if you take in more carbohydrates than your body is able to burn, this surplus quantity will be stored as fat, leading to (unwanted) weight gain. The flip side of the coin is that carbohydrates are essential to performance – they are the body’s primary fuel source. If you have a high metabolism (your described build might indicate this), then the appropriate intake is unlikely to lead to fat gain, and may actually be of benefit to your routine, and elevate recovery time.
Please remember that with the appropriate diet and supplementation in place, over time, recovery will hasten; prolonged muscle discomfort is common in the initial stages of commencing a training regime. Taking an all-in-one or protein supplement within thirty minutes after exercise will help to reduce soreness, retain existing muscle mass and aid new muscle fibre synthesis.
I hope the above serves to answer your question.
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