Glycerol Supplements for Workout Energy and gratifaction

 

My Daily Supplement Routine 2020

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Is Your Supplement Still Safe If It Clumps? | Preworkout Rock Candy!

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Why use glycerol POST workout?

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Glycerol and Niacin | Pre workout for INSANE PUMP

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What is Glycerol?

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Glycerol Supplement, Muscle Pump, Muscles Swelling Supplementation (BONUS UNLISTED VIDEO)

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TOP 5 SUPPLEMENTS | SCIENCE EXPLAINED (17 STUDIES) | WHEN AND HOW MUCH TO TAKE

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My Daily Supplement Routine 2020

Video taken from the channel: Joe Delaney


 

Is Your Supplement Still Safe If It Clumps? | Preworkout Rock Candy!

Video taken from the channel: I’ll Pump You Up


 

Why use glycerol POST workout?

Video taken from the channel: bios3training


 

Glycerol and Niacin | Pre workout for INSANE PUMP

Video taken from the channel: Elite Athlete


 

What is Glycerol?

Video taken from the channel: Jim Stoppani, PhD


 

Glycerol Supplement, Muscle Pump, Muscles Swelling Supplementation (BONUS UNLISTED VIDEO)

Video taken from the channel: Ben Pakulski Muscle Intelligence


 

TOP 5 SUPPLEMENTS | SCIENCE EXPLAINED (17 STUDIES) | WHEN AND HOW MUCH TO TAKE

Video taken from the channel: Jeff Nippard


HydroMax glycerol is a cutting-edge supplement ingredient, gaining popularity in pre-workout and intra-workout supplements. It is used to hydrate the body, improve endurance, and increase muscular pumps during physical activity. Glanbia Nutritionals discovered and trademarked HydroMax glycerol, which is the most concentrated and pure powdered glycerol on the market (65% glycerol and 35% silica by weight).

The glycerol supplement was found to have an increasing effect on aerobic and anaerobic performance in GS, E and GE. A similar effect was found for the covered distances and time in the same groups. However, an adverse effect was found on body weight.

Keywords: Glycerol, aerobic capacity, anaerobic power, athletes, sedentary subjects. Glycerol Powder To Improve Workouts. $21.59. Buy 1 Get 1 50% Off NO3 Drive Powder, 30 Servings.

Pro Supps. 7.5 12 Reviews. View Product. Nitric Oxide Amplifier*. $23.99.

Buy 1 Get 1 25% Off Speed Stack Pumped N.O., 12 22 Fl. Oz. Bottles. Glycerol is recommended for athletes who train and compete for long periods. Glycerol is a 3-carbon molecule, which is produced naturally in the body as a result of normal metabolism.

Although classed as an alcohol, glycerol plays a number of important roles in the body. For example, phosphoglycerides, which consist of a glycerol backbone bonded to two fatty acid chains and another alcohol, are an. Endurance athletes can utilize glycerol in conjunction with extra water prior to an event in order to support hydration and therefore enhance performance.

The recommended dosage for accomplishing “super-hydration” range varies and each individual should experiment sufficiently prior to use during competition. The active ingredient in both compounds is glycerol, a sugar alcohol derived from animal fats and oils used to add body to food products. [12] Glycerol hydrates and increases muscle pumps by drawing water and fluid into the blood cells. [13] You can find 1,000mg. Glycerol is an ingredient that has long been used to control hydration levels. Because of its profound effects on bodily fluids, it can significantly. Beta-alanine is an amino acid that helps fight muscle fatigue.

When acid starts to build up in your body during intense exercise, beta-alanine helps combat the acid (13). Taking beta-alanine as a. Glycerol is produced naturally and is an important component of the cell membrane. Glycerol’s hyperhydration effects increase heat tolerance and delay the negative effects of dehydration.

This may lead to significant improvement in endurance, increased power output, and lower perceived exertion. Dosage: 1-1.2 grams per kg bodyweight. Glycerol has been and continues to be a popular ingredient in pre workout supplements.

It’s been shown to offer a slew of benefits, some which you may not have ever heard mentioned: Improves hydration[2,3,4,5,6] Decreases urine output and free-water clearance.

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As such, I have used many excellent nutritional supplements, like coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), carnitine, and magnesium, to boost the metabolic processes in the cells where energy production takes place.

“Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?” by Clinton Ober, Stephen T. Sinatra, Martin Zucker
from Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?
by Clinton Ober, Stephen T. Sinatra, Martin Zucker
Basic Health Publications, 2010

As it is involved with the utilization offatty acids for energy in the muscle cell, it is believed that supplementation of carnitine would be muscle glycogen-sparing and reduce lactic acid production, thereby improving muscle function and endurance.

“Nutraceuticals in Veterinary Medicine” by Ramesh C. Gupta, Ajay Srivastava, Rajiv Lall
from Nutraceuticals in Veterinary Medicine
by Ramesh C. Gupta, Ajay Srivastava, Rajiv Lall
Springer International Publishing, 2019

Because muscle needs fatty acids as the major energy source, and L-carnitine helps fatty acids enter the mitochondria (and works as a detoxifying agent as well), L-carnitine can be recommended as a supplement in almost any myopathy.

“Pet Lover's Guide to Natural Healing for Cats and Dogs” by Barbara Fougere
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by Barbara Fougere
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2005

Of these, glycerol, BCAA, nitrates and citrulline have the greatest potential to improved endurance exercise capacity while phosphatidic acid, GAKIC, nitrates, quercetin, and taurine may affect greater applicability for highȬintensity intermittent exercise performance.

“Essentials of Exercise & Sport Nutrition: Science to Practice” by Richard B. Kreider PhD FACSM FISSN FNAK
from Essentials of Exercise & Sport Nutrition: Science to Practice
by Richard B. Kreider PhD FACSM FISSN FNAK
Lulu Publishing Services, 2019

There is good experimental evidence to support the use of caffeine, and some evidence that the addition of glycerol, protein and amino acids may confer benefits in some situations.

“Functional and Speciality Beverage Technology” by P Paquin
from Functional and Speciality Beverage Technology
by P Paquin
Elsevier Science, 2009

A practical consideration of note includes ensuring combined carnitine-CHO intake, but avoiding carnitine co-ingestion with protein, to maximise carnitine uptake into muscle.

“Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications” by Moritz Schumann, Bent R. Rønnestad
from Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications
by Moritz Schumann, Bent R. Rønnestad
Springer International Publishing, 2018

The majority of these studies show no effect of carnitine on FM and FFM (Table 110.11), whereas one study reported positive effects of carnitine on FM and muscle mass in elderly participants, with rapid onset of fatigue (Pistone et al. 2003).

“Handbook of Anthropometry: Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and Disease” by Victor R. Preedy
from Handbook of Anthropometry: Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and Disease
by Victor R. Preedy
Springer New York, 2012

Carnitine supplementation: effect on muscle carnitine and glycogen content during exercise.

“Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength” by Debasis Bagchi, Sreejayan Nair, Chandan K. Sen
from Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength
by Debasis Bagchi, Sreejayan Nair, Chandan K. Sen
Elsevier Science, 2013

The fact that MCTs are digested immediately to produce energy has led athletes to use them as a means to enhance exercise performance.

“The Coconut Ketogenic Diet: Supercharge Your Metabolism, Revitalize Thyroid Function, and Lose Excess Weight” by Bruce Fife
from The Coconut Ketogenic Diet: Supercharge Your Metabolism, Revitalize Thyroid Function, and Lose Excess Weight
by Bruce Fife
Piccadilly Books, Limited, 2017

These include coenzyme Q10, carnitine, coconut oil, and MCT oil.

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from Advanced Practice in Endocrinology Nursing
by Sofia Llahana, Cecilia Follin, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2019

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  • Well Doctor! most ingredients are listed as MG. And some with Glycerol have it listed as 3000mg (3Grams) Your own formulations are in MG! Beta-alanine 2Grams listed as 2000mg.

  • Hey Jeff! Quick question: why do you recommend taking creatine post workout? If creatine promotes the creation of ATP, wouldn’t it make more sense to take it pre-workout so that you can use that ATP during the workout? Just something that came to mind. Thanks for the info!

  • My list:

    Whey:10/10 so useful and convenient and usually has some nice flavours and can make several different recipes with it

    Creatine:9/10 very safe, proven to have multiple benefits, cheaper than most other supplements and quite easy to take

    Caffeine: 7/10 Helpful whether you are training or not, cheap, easy to take but you have to cycle after 2-3 months and it is not needed

    Beta alanine:7/10 increases endurance which is more useful for cardio based workouts but still helpful, paired with creatine makes it even better but again it is not needed and will also need to be cycled

    Citrulline:8/10 The pump alone is worth it but there is other benefits, like minor strength increase, the only problem is it can be very hard to get down

    Multivitamin: 10/10 not important for muscle building unless you have low iron but it’s cheapish, easy to take and has so many benefits, no reason not to take one every day

    Bcaa: 3/10 not needed whatsoever, quite expensive,unless you are not hitting enough protein or are on a vegan diet you should never take this, waste of time and money, but some do taste nice

  • Great video, my only input would be, for some that have sensitive systems don’t include caffeine, there are enough studies that it causes too many side effects. Trust me I feel like a million bucks without it and not chasing the crash. Try Genius Preworkout. It’s been the best gym days for me EVER!
    Thx again!!!!!
    T.
    Orlando, FL

  • I’ve seen evidence that suggests other sources of protein (pea, brown rice, soy, etc) has the same effectiveness as whey, which would contradict your sentiment stated in the video. Thoughts?

  • Lifting heavier weights from creatine doesn’t mean getting more muscle. It depends how much you stress the muscle. Even Mountaindog1 agrees.
    Also these supplements are in your description, so you are getting paid. That’s why you mentioned them.

  • So I know this is an older video but if I can still get some answers that’d be great. I plan on getting these products. I’m 5’6 140lbs. I build muscle rather quickly and I have a great workout regiment. I was wondering if there is anything else I can/should take along with these products. My diet isn’t the best as far as calorie intake and I seem to have low energy. Like, what about a Testosterone support such as Evlution Nutrition Testosterone Booster?

  • My best advice would to be buy bulk amino acids and experiment what works best for you. For me I use l Argenine ( akg) and it absorbs better than reg argenine, taurine, and glycinewhich is a component of creatine

  • Jim…you’ve not really addressed the question at all here. What is it? what types are there? how effectiver are they? what benefits do they give. the first half of the video was protesting your knowledge but dropped no advice or anything…poor video, take 2?

  • What is the best product or brand to lost tons of fat? I read plenty of superb reviews on the net about how Custokebon Secrets can assist you lost a ton of weight. Has anybody tried this popular fat burn methods?

  • What about people who love working out and have these goals but are allergic or intolerant to milk and dairy. There’s not much talk by anyone about this.

  • if your not natural take viagra? why wouldnt viagra work if you were natural for pre workout use? seems strange, because i personally never liked it years back when i first tried it.

  • First time i took creatine i was shocked when i tried lifting my max load on the bench. It almost flew off the bars as i was expecting it to be heavier.. It was weird.. Everything seems to be lighter

  • testboost.best is the only company that deals with male health. Excellent quality. My health has improved so much over last 3 months. I am over 50 years.

  • This is the only video to date I view critically. I’m a med student, I had 5 weeks of nutrition and another 5 weeks of “sports sciences”. The only thing our profs mentioned (relevant to this vid) was “adequate protein intake”. Everything else, according to them, is either not helpful or actively harmful.

  • One of the best channels in terms of just cutting to the fucking chases and presenting you with concise points backed up by science, great job Jeff!

  • Believe it or not, I had an allergic reaction to creatine the first time I took it. Anyone else had that experience? Would it be that particular batch or all creatine powders?

  • If you’re looking for only clean ingredients and don’t have time to consume or buy multiple herbs, please try testboost.best I don’t usually comment but their product is of excellent quality.

  • You presented no science just reasons why you shouldn’t invest in low dosed supplements (which is applicable to anything purchased that doesn’t contain an efficacious amount). I expected a lot more. Possibly something about cerebral vasolidation at high doses or anything increasing my knowledge on the subject. Please post possibly an advanced video on the topic. I would love to hear from you since your knowledge on the subject is far above par. Thanks.

  • Is it me or is there something wrong here!? The thing I see wrong is that my man, Joe Delaney doesn’t have a million subscribers and that’s so wrong on so many levels for this channel it LIT �� ��and straight to the GOT DAMN POINT!!!

  • I hear lots of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets. But I’m not sure if it is good. Have you ever try this popular lose weight methods?

  • I have 3 containers of 12 year old BSN Volumaize and even older Animal packs, could this shit be harmful? It not only has clumps but some odd colors in it, should I toss it or take it?

  • I hear lots of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets. But I’m not sure if it is good. Have you ever try this popular lose weight methods?

  • Has anyone used the Custokebon Secrets to lost lots of weight? Simply just do a search engine search. On there you will discover an awesome guidelines about how you can lost a lot of fat. Why not give it a chance? maybe it’ll work for you too.

  • My creatine is clumped and mildly moist however i still have that packet(the beads that keep moisture out) inside the jar ima drink it right now

  • Is it best to take creatine in the morning / early after noon? I noticed whenever I took mine later in the day it gave me the same “caffeine side effect” you mentioned

  • Hey Tony, you’re looking great bro. Looks like you’ve been getting some great results lately! Love to see it bro, keep that fire going!

  • Its still surprises me, just how some people do not know about Custokebon Secrets, although many people get good result because of it. Thanks to my cooworker who told me about Custokebon Secrets, I’ve lost plenty of weight by using it without starving myself.

  • 1cod liver oil (is full of omega 3 and 6/2preworkout(has creatine and helps with workout)/3creatine/4 some form of melatonin sleeping pills/5whey protein powder with bcaa’s in the 2:1:1 form in it/6beta alanine/7 multivitamin/8Some form of joint care/turmeric/IN ORDER

  • sick video ideaday of eating iifym with a set calorie and macro goal only u don’t weigh or look at the packets of ur food gotta get as close as possible to the goal. ur gf will track it for u

  • Will glycerol hydromax or creatine monohydrate make you aromatize and look smooth? What if I just use a moderate dosage year round to avoid that “spillover effect” like when you eat too many carbs for instance but still keep muscles hard and full. @MI40 Muscle Intelligence

  • testboost.best is one of the best natural ingredients remedy for male health. People should know what they are eating. Excellent clean ingredients.

  • What it is your opinion about this, I want to take creatine, but I have a genetic hair loss issue, and there are not so many studies about that specific topic. So what if I take Finasteride with creatine?

  • Hi J,
    Respect for you doc.ive completed the shortcut to Muscle program and it was awesome. I had substantial gains sticking to the beginner/intermediate program.
    However, about the glycerol monostearate, I add 2gms of it in my PreGym Preworkout and believe me it’s a game changer. I am yet to figure out/research if its only for pumps or if it actually helps grow muscles.

  • Joe please can you discuss benefit of creatine (and how to take it/ why loading is not required) in a bit more detail as its difficult to know how to use this. Thank you

  • If I’m not mistaken you implied at around 7:24 that the calcium found in milk cannot be found else where. If I am not mistaken Kale, spinach and sardines are super rich in calcium. Please correct me if I am wrong.

  • would actually love a follow up vid on quitting caffeine im kinda feeling i consume too much of it so would love to know more about your experiences since quitting

  • Now you’ve quit caffeine, does that mean we’ll never see the Lexington Steele Monster opening ritual again? Say it ain’t so Joe…

  • Is this a video for you to brag about your self? I’m not impressed about your degrees just tell us about the fucking glycerol dumbass!

  • @CoachTrevor great video! Great info Keep it going. Have a question what if let’s say your not competing, dont want to take viagra, what other things you would recommend for a preworkout pump?

  • My son suggested testboost.best as he’s into natural bodybuilding. I had a talk with their representative who told me about purity tests they do on every batch. Used them for over 6 months now. Excellent quality!

  • Almost no information given about what Glycerol actually is. I ate a protein bar with 14.3 GRAMS of Glycerol then I wasted almost 4 entire minutes if my life watching this pointless video and an additional 1 or 2 writing this comment. Nah but for real hit me up with a link to some actual good information. Peace ✌️

  • I can’t agree more about the importance of this topic for every training person, specially those not able to eat well. Moreover, you cite by showing references. Thanks a lot Jeff.

  • Well Doctor! most ingredients are listed as MG. And some with Glycerol have it listed as 3000mg (3Grams) Your own formulations are in MG! Beta-alanine 2Grams listed as 2000mg.

  • AlphaSize® Alpha-Glyceryl Phosphoryl Choline 300 mg this is what pre jym contains. so with his explanation of this you need 5g… 300mg is far from lol. lies…

  • I read that glycerol dehydration can effect Meniere’s disease and as a possible link to migraines may also be affected as well. Does glycerol exist naturally in the body? How could one be dehydrated of glycerol if it did not exist naturally in the body? What is your take on this?

  • Jim, What is your opinion on Controlled Labs Glycer Grow.  Could you break down that label? A serving (3 scoops) is 8.33grams of product.  It lists: 7500mg Glycerol MonoStearate (GMS from vegetable source) and L-Taurine.  Along with 834mg Sodium Chloride and Potassium Gluconate.   I have vitajym, zma jym and prejym that i use daily because I trust your products and your professional knowledge & opinions.   It just so happens I have this leftover Glycer Grow tub laying around and was curious.   I truly appreciate your time, effort and products you bring to market.

  • This is why I’m on my third training cycle using JYM products and I will never use any other supplement brands. 

    I wish Dr. J would come out with a intraworkout drink.  Still using Sciavation but I would gladly switch.

  • Thanks for the humble video.
    I personally love glutamine. They give it in hospitals for patients after surgery to rebuild the damaged tissue, which is what we do when we break down muscle in the gym.

  • Are you planning to start taking caffeine again anytime (since it’s proven to help in the gym)? Personally I hardly ever drink anything caffeinated and stick to a 200mg pill on my training days. I don’t experience any of the bad effects I hear people talk about so I feel that it does the job.

  • What is the best product or brand to lost tons of fat? I read plenty of superb reviews on the net about how Custokebon Secrets can assist you lost a ton of weight. Has anybody tried this popular fat burn methods?

  • Jerry quick question, if you don’t mind answering my bro. What’s your thoughts on taking bcaa during workouts, and then following it up with perfect post elite after?

  • vegetable glycerine also helps prevent excessive overnight urination when cutting, in my experience. Less times waking up to pee= win.

  • I have 3 containers of 12 year old BSN Volumaize and even older Animal packs, could this shit be harmful? It not only has clumps but some odd colors in it, should I toss it or take it?

  • Maybe this will sound ridiculous but tbh I’d love this scientific, literature-driven approach that Jeff has to be applied to steroids, SARMs, peptides and other hormones like HGH, insulin and IGF-1. Would be a boon… but not advertiser friendly per se. Damn shame.

  • @CoachTrevor great video! Great info Keep it going. Have a question what if let’s say your not competing, dont want to take viagra, what other things you would recommend for a preworkout pump?

  • Why the hell…… “i have zero knowledge and i am not qualified”, but hey, i gonna make a video about this. Holly shit, ok…..better skip to other video

  • joe do u prefer whey protein or vegan protein? i dont knoow if u have tried vegan protein tho so(i havent tried protein supplements at all but my diet need one now as a college stud) THANKS1!!!

  • I would put the essentials as Omega3/6 and MultiVit just for health reasons and every single person should take them.
    I would put Whey as a convenience thing that even bodybuilders don‘t have to take if their diet is on point.

    Furthermore i would place Creatin and Beta Alanin in a performance tier since taking them together is very benefitial. Citrulin might also be benefitial since the pump might give more metabolic stress and thus could lead to more gains.

    With the rest i totally agree ��

  • Question, the daily recommended dose of the multivitamins you linked is 3 capsules yet you stated to take one a day in your video. Did you mean one serving (3 capsules) or one capsule? Theres no way to go over the vitamin limit as your body will simply excrete the excess so taking 3 isn’t harmful but for an average person in a caloric deficit is one capsule simply enough?

  • I read that basically all supplements are useless and most stuff that you take will lead to bad health problems later on in life. They say that if you can’t get it from nature, then anything created in a lab will mess with your body composition. I actually know plenty of guys that just eat clean and get plenty of protein and don’t take anything fancy and are as ripped as dude in the video.

  • Redcon1 big noise has 3g per scoop �� and the BCAAs have a gram per scoop so a regular mix for me of 1+4 scoops gives 7g glycerol…. Safe to say there are some products that have plenty good doses. But yes most coumpanys have very little in them

  • Has anyone used the Custokebon Secrets to lost lots of weight? Simply just do a search engine search. On there you will discover an awesome guidelines about how you can lost a lot of fat. Why not give it a chance? maybe it’ll work for you too.

  • First time i took creatine i was shocked when i tried lifting my max load on the bench. It almost flew off the bars as i was expecting it to be heavier.. It was weird.. Everything seems to be lighter

  • My doctor said glycerol is terrible for a heart, as it increases high blood pressure. But you are actually promoting it. That sounds weird. Now, I don’t do a lot of workout, and surely you do a lot.

  • I can’t agree more about the importance of this topic for every training person, specially those not able to eat well. Moreover, you cite by showing references. Thanks a lot Jeff.

  • You need 1,000iu per 25lbs of body fat of Omega 3s(it’s fat soluble)….also it needs to be in phospholipid form found only in Krill oil..not fish oil. Look up Dr.Ronda Patrick here on YouTube..her channel is called found my fitness…she’s been on Joe Rogan experience 5 or 6 times.

  • This is spot on to be fair.
    Glutamine can be an absolute essential for you digestion though, I never noticed it until I quit taking it. Digestion/gastrointestinal health definitely improves. However if you don’t suffer with it, as mentioned for every other ‘supplement’ it isn’t worth it.

    When the podcasts continuing joe? There’s only so many times I can watch tommy B or elder bro ��

  • Hi there, have you considered Custokebon Secrets yet? Just do a google search. On there you will discover a great suggestions about how exactly you can lost a ton of weight. Why not give it a chance? maybe it’ll work for you too.

  • Redcon1 big noise has 3g per scoop �� and the BCAAs have a gram per scoop so a regular mix for me of 1+4 scoops gives 7g glycerol…. Safe to say there are some products that have plenty good doses. But yes most coumpanys have very little in them

  • What exactly is Custokebon Secrets? How does this thing really work? I see a lot of people keep on speaking about this popular fat burn method.

  • My list:

    Whey:10/10 so useful and convenient and usually has some nice flavours and can make several different recipes with it

    Creatine:9/10 very safe, proven to have multiple benefits, cheaper than most other supplements and quite easy to take

    Caffeine: 7/10 Helpful whether you are training or not, cheap, easy to take but you have to cycle after 2-3 months and it is not needed

    Beta alanine:7/10 increases endurance which is more useful for cardio based workouts but still helpful, paired with creatine makes it even better but again it is not needed and will also need to be cycled

    Citrulline:8/10 The pump alone is worth it but there is other benefits, like minor strength increase, the only problem is it can be very hard to get down

    Multivitamin: 10/10 not important for muscle building unless you have low iron but it’s cheapish, easy to take and has so many benefits, no reason not to take one every day

    Bcaa: 3/10 not needed whatsoever, quite expensive,unless you are not hitting enough protein or are on a vegan diet you should never take this, waste of time and money, but some do taste nice

  • would actually love a follow up vid on quitting caffeine im kinda feeling i consume too much of it so would love to know more about your experiences since quitting

  • Still, it does not tell me what is glycerol…
    what I know is glycerol is one of the main backbones of a cell membrane (stands with phosphate-PO4)

  • Hey Dr Jim. Glycerol monostearate is awesome precontest. 5mg did the trick because I was flat as a pancake until I used it. I also pounded a 50mg generic viagra and 5000mg of l-arg an hour before the pump up. Keep the vids coming.

  • I’ve seen evidence that suggests other sources of protein (pea, brown rice, soy, etc) has the same effectiveness as whey, which would contradict your sentiment stated in the video. Thoughts?

  • Why the hell…… “i have zero knowledge and i am not qualified”, but hey, i gonna make a video about this. Holly shit, ok…..better skip to other video

  • If you’re sleep deprived, caffeine might negate the drop in training intensity, but that isn’t necessarily a good thing. Dr. Matthew Walker found that, in sleep deprived subjects looking to lose weight, they would lose muscle and bodyfat at a rate of 30% fat mass and 70% lean mass, as opposed to the regular rate of about 70% fat mass and 30% lean mass, which is more than a two-fold difference. And, if you’re bulking, I’d be willing to bet you’d see a higher rate of fat gain for sleep deprived subjects, too.

    He talks about it with Peter Attia here: https://podcastnotes.org/the-drive-with-dr-peter-attia/sleep-5/

    “Your body ruthlessly holds onto its fat when you are underslept.”

  • Watched your videos on meal planning and writing down everything you spend. Even as a chef knowing about the benefits of meal planning and prep I never really bothered about it. Started it and have lost weight and saved an absolute fortune this month. Great videos my man keep killin it ��

  • Quality video as always, one of the realist Youtubers out there. Regarding the stimulant free pre-workout, how effective is it compared to the caffeinated pre-workout?

  • Great video bro, I really enjoy all your vids it’s very informative, especially the workout videos, they help give me a better understanding on what type routine I should be getting into to reach my goal. Looking forward to more vids bro ������

  • My best advice would to be buy bulk amino acids and experiment what works best for you. For me I use l Argenine ( akg) and it absorbs better than reg argenine, taurine, and glycinewhich is a component of creatine

  • My son suggested testboost.best as he’s into natural bodybuilding. I had a talk with their representative who told me about purity tests they do on every batch. Used them for over 6 months now. Excellent quality!

  • The best thing about your videos are no cuts/pauses. You do not read off scripted wiki shit. Your work is honest and has much quality. Cheers for the work you put in for us ��

  • Great video, Jeff. Another thing to mention about caffeine: the half life is about 6 hours, and there’s pretty compelling evidence that even a small amount of caffeine can seriously disrupt your sleep. Dr. Matthew Walker, a leading sleep researcher, recommends you stop ingesting caffeine roughly 12-14 hours before bed (or by 10AM) for a good night’s sleep. So another thing you might consider adding to the recommendation is to avoid taking caffeine for night workouts, or you’ll almost definitely hurt recovery.

  • To be honest I feel zinc and magnesium sups are well worth it if you have struggle sleeping. Even on top of a multivitamin zinc and magnesium or zma works wonders for me and how deep my sleep is.

  • I want to quit caffeine but the fear of gaining weight is stopping me, I do Intermittent fasting along with caffeine to control my weight but I can’t fast without the caffeine. Also tried going off for few weeks and my appetite was insane. Any tips?

  • this what you do take your pre workout put that jawn in an ice tray let it freeze take it out put another scoop of preworkout in your shaker and you a have frozen preworkout sludge after the ice cubes start to melt

  • what kind of symptoms of caffeine over consumption were u having? the same things happened to me and i was having heart palpitations and serious panic attacks a lot, so i’ve quit caffeine 100%. i’m not sure how i’m going to cope with that when i go back to uni though.

  • Just a warning with the Beta Alanine, is definitely have it with food, it makes your lips tingle, your arms itch and you will shake from energy.

    It is one of the primary ingredients in pre workout.

    You will feel like a crackhead.

  • You presented no science just reasons why you shouldn’t invest in low dosed supplements (which is applicable to anything purchased that doesn’t contain an efficacious amount). I expected a lot more. Possibly something about cerebral vasolidation at high doses or anything increasing my knowledge on the subject. Please post possibly an advanced video on the topic. I would love to hear from you since your knowledge on the subject is far above par. Thanks.

  • Now you’ve quit caffeine, does that mean we’ll never see the Lexington Steele Monster opening ritual again? Say it ain’t so Joe…

  • Thanks for the humble video.
    I personally love glutamine. They give it in hospitals for patients after surgery to rebuild the damaged tissue, which is what we do when we break down muscle in the gym.

  • Jeff, your code “Jeff” does not give 30% discount!!!
    I’m trying to buy TruMulti Men’s and Prolific and the code only gives around 15% discount… -‘

  • Lifting heavier weights from creatine doesn’t mean getting more muscle. It depends how much you stress the muscle. Even Mountaindog1 agrees.
    Also these supplements are in your description, so you are getting paid. That’s why you mentioned them.

  • I read that basically all supplements are useless and most stuff that you take will lead to bad health problems later on in life. They say that if you can’t get it from nature, then anything created in a lab will mess with your body composition. I actually know plenty of guys that just eat clean and get plenty of protein and don’t take anything fancy and are as ripped as dude in the video.

  • What it is your opinion about this, I want to take creatine, but I have a genetic hair loss issue, and there are not so many studies about that specific topic. So what if I take Finasteride with creatine?

  • vegetable glycerine also helps prevent excessive overnight urination when cutting, in my experience. Less times waking up to pee= win.

  • Believe it or not, I had an allergic reaction to creatine the first time I took it. Anyone else had that experience? Would it be that particular batch or all creatine powders?

  • What exactly is Custokebon Secrets? How does this thing really work? I see a lot of people keep on speaking about this popular fat burn method.

  • Question, the daily recommended dose of the multivitamins you linked is 3 capsules yet you stated to take one a day in your video. Did you mean one serving (3 capsules) or one capsule? Theres no way to go over the vitamin limit as your body will simply excrete the excess so taking 3 isn’t harmful but for an average person in a caloric deficit is one capsule simply enough?

  • Is this a video for you to brag about your self? I’m not impressed about your degrees just tell us about the fucking glycerol dumbass!

  • I like that you are a Ph.D. and you seem confident in your knowledge and that is why I watched the video but it would be nice if you shared your knowledge I want to be educated. I was hoping you would go into the citric acid cycle and lipids and ATP ect.

  • Its still surprises me, just how some people do not know about Custokebon Secrets, although many people get good result because of it. Thanks to my cooworker who told me about Custokebon Secrets, I’ve lost plenty of weight by using it without starving myself.

  • Class video mate!! Your video’s and attitude towards health and well being! Has help me personally so much. Thanks for doing these vid’s mate they are awesome.

  • Hi J,
    Respect for you doc.ive completed the shortcut to Muscle program and it was awesome. I had substantial gains sticking to the beginner/intermediate program.
    However, about the glycerol monostearate, I add 2gms of it in my PreGym Preworkout and believe me it’s a game changer. I am yet to figure out/research if its only for pumps or if it actually helps grow muscles.

  • If you’re looking for only clean ingredients and don’t have time to consume or buy multiple herbs, please try testboost.best I don’t usually comment but their product is of excellent quality.

  • Killing it mate! Imo CBD is good and does have benefits, but in countries like the UK where laws and regulations are stricter for anything derived from weed, the amount of CBD actually found in the products isn’t enough to attain the benefits some of these companies mention. They’re selling people a dream basically ��

  • Great video, my only input would be, for some that have sensitive systems don’t include caffeine, there are enough studies that it causes too many side effects. Trust me I feel like a million bucks without it and not chasing the crash. Try Genius Preworkout. It’s been the best gym days for me EVER!
    Thx again!!!!!
    T.
    Orlando, FL

  • Killing it mate! Imo CBD is good and does have benefits, but in countries like the UK where laws and regulations are stricter for anything derived from weed, the amount of CBD actually found in the products isn’t enough to attain the benefits some of these companies mention. They’re selling people a dream basically ��

  • So I know this is an older video but if I can still get some answers that’d be great. I plan on getting these products. I’m 5’6 140lbs. I build muscle rather quickly and I have a great workout regiment. I was wondering if there is anything else I can/should take along with these products. My diet isn’t the best as far as calorie intake and I seem to have low energy. Like, what about a Testosterone support such as Evlution Nutrition Testosterone Booster?

  • Hey Dr Jim. Glycerol monostearate is awesome precontest. 5mg did the trick because I was flat as a pancake until I used it. I also pounded a 50mg generic viagra and 5000mg of l-arg an hour before the pump up. Keep the vids coming.

  • I would disagree about l glutamine. When i take about 5-7 grams of it, aside what i already get in whey protein my recovery is soo much better. Tomorrow instead of being sore, i just feel normal and can hit the gym gard again. As far as expense its really cheap at least in Europe and having only 5 grams as serving is gonna make it last forever. And a quick disclaimer, it tastes soooo terible that it makes you want to throw up lol.

  • Maybe this will sound ridiculous but tbh I’d love this scientific, literature-driven approach that Jeff has to be applied to steroids, SARMs, peptides and other hormones like HGH, insulin and IGF-1. Would be a boon… but not advertiser friendly per se. Damn shame.

  • well what about moist clumps that stay soft and gushy. i took a drill and my wife cake batter mixer tools to break them up. but now there several small squishy clumps. info on how long it will say good

  • The best thing about your videos are no cuts/pauses. You do not read off scripted wiki shit. Your work is honest and has much quality. Cheers for the work you put in for us ��

  • Hi there, have you considered Custokebon Secrets yet? Just do a google search. On there you will discover a great suggestions about how exactly you can lost a ton of weight. Why not give it a chance? maybe it’ll work for you too.

  • Will glycerol hydromax or creatine monohydrate make you aromatize and look smooth? What if I just use a moderate dosage year round to avoid that “spillover effect” like when you eat too many carbs for instance but still keep muscles hard and full. @MI40 Muscle Intelligence

  • Hey Jeff! Quick question: why do you recommend taking creatine post workout? If creatine promotes the creation of ATP, wouldn’t it make more sense to take it pre-workout so that you can use that ATP during the workout? Just something that came to mind. Thanks for the info!

  • If I’m not mistaken you implied at around 7:24 that the calcium found in milk cannot be found else where. If I am not mistaken Kale, spinach and sardines are super rich in calcium. Please correct me if I am wrong.

  • This is spot on to be fair.
    Glutamine can be an absolute essential for you digestion though, I never noticed it until I quit taking it. Digestion/gastrointestinal health definitely improves. However if you don’t suffer with it, as mentioned for every other ‘supplement’ it isn’t worth it.

    When the podcasts continuing joe? There’s only so many times I can watch tommy B or elder bro ��

  • This is why I’m on my third training cycle using JYM products and I will never use any other supplement brands. 

    I wish Dr. J would come out with a intraworkout drink.  Still using Sciavation but I would gladly switch.

  • My creatine is clumped and mildly moist however i still have that packet(the beads that keep moisture out) inside the jar ima drink it right now

  • Not cool with those vitamins. They have too much B6 in them. I took a vitamin that had similar levels and it almost gave me irreversible severe nerve damage. I’d avoid any vitamin that has any vitamin B6 in it. It’s in everything. It should NOT be supplemented.

  • My doctor said glycerol is terrible for a heart, as it increases high blood pressure. But you are actually promoting it. That sounds weird. Now, I don’t do a lot of workout, and surely you do a lot.

  • I like that you are a Ph.D. and you seem confident in your knowledge and that is why I watched the video but it would be nice if you shared your knowledge I want to be educated. I was hoping you would go into the citric acid cycle and lipids and ATP ect.

  • Just a warning with the Beta Alanine, is definitely have it with food, it makes your lips tingle, your arms itch and you will shake from energy.

    It is one of the primary ingredients in pre workout.

    You will feel like a crackhead.

  • Class video mate!! Your video’s and attitude towards health and well being! Has help me personally so much. Thanks for doing these vid’s mate they are awesome.

  • If you’re sleep deprived, caffeine might negate the drop in training intensity, but that isn’t necessarily a good thing. Dr. Matthew Walker found that, in sleep deprived subjects looking to lose weight, they would lose muscle and bodyfat at a rate of 30% fat mass and 70% lean mass, as opposed to the regular rate of about 70% fat mass and 30% lean mass, which is more than a two-fold difference. And, if you’re bulking, I’d be willing to bet you’d see a higher rate of fat gain for sleep deprived subjects, too.

    He talks about it with Peter Attia here: https://podcastnotes.org/the-drive-with-dr-peter-attia/sleep-5/

    “Your body ruthlessly holds onto its fat when you are underslept.”

  • Great video bro, I really enjoy all your vids it’s very informative, especially the workout videos, they help give me a better understanding on what type routine I should be getting into to reach my goal. Looking forward to more vids bro ������

  • Almost no information given about what Glycerol actually is. I ate a protein bar with 14.3 GRAMS of Glycerol then I wasted almost 4 entire minutes if my life watching this pointless video and an additional 1 or 2 writing this comment. Nah but for real hit me up with a link to some actual good information. Peace ✌️

  • Jim…you’ve not really addressed the question at all here. What is it? what types are there? how effectiver are they? what benefits do they give. the first half of the video was protesting your knowledge but dropped no advice or anything…poor video, take 2?

  • testboost.best is one of the best natural ingredients remedy for male health. People should know what they are eating. Excellent clean ingredients.

  • What about people who love working out and have these goals but are allergic or intolerant to milk and dairy. There’s not much talk by anyone about this.

  • I read that glycerol dehydration can effect Meniere’s disease and as a possible link to migraines may also be affected as well. Does glycerol exist naturally in the body? How could one be dehydrated of glycerol if it did not exist naturally in the body? What is your take on this?

  • Yo people! Hope you enjoy the video, or at least find it useful ��. Drop it a like for me if you wouldn’t mind, and I’ll thanks you with many more sick videos for years to come. ��������

  • I take 5 grams of glycerol with 5G of L-Arginine 5 G of creatine with 4 grams of sea salt drink that pre-workout you will get a pump you will not believe for a lot cheaper than most of these overpriced products like this man sells.. Js

  • if your not natural take viagra? why wouldnt viagra work if you were natural for pre workout use? seems strange, because i personally never liked it years back when i first tried it.

  • I would disagree about l glutamine. When i take about 5-7 grams of it, aside what i already get in whey protein my recovery is soo much better. Tomorrow instead of being sore, i just feel normal and can hit the gym gard again. As far as expense its really cheap at least in Europe and having only 5 grams as serving is gonna make it last forever. And a quick disclaimer, it tastes soooo terible that it makes you want to throw up lol.

  • I take 5 grams of glycerol with 5G of L-Arginine 5 G of creatine with 4 grams of sea salt drink that pre-workout you will get a pump you will not believe for a lot cheaper than most of these overpriced products like this man sells.. Js

  • what kind of symptoms of caffeine over consumption were u having? the same things happened to me and i was having heart palpitations and serious panic attacks a lot, so i’ve quit caffeine 100%. i’m not sure how i’m going to cope with that when i go back to uni though.

  • AlphaSize® Alpha-Glyceryl Phosphoryl Choline 300 mg this is what pre jym contains. so with his explanation of this you need 5g… 300mg is far from lol. lies…

  • Jim, What is your opinion on Controlled Labs Glycer Grow.  Could you break down that label? A serving (3 scoops) is 8.33grams of product.  It lists: 7500mg Glycerol MonoStearate (GMS from vegetable source) and L-Taurine.  Along with 834mg Sodium Chloride and Potassium Gluconate.   I have vitajym, zma jym and prejym that i use daily because I trust your products and your professional knowledge & opinions.   It just so happens I have this leftover Glycer Grow tub laying around and was curious.   I truly appreciate your time, effort and products you bring to market.

  • One of the best channels in terms of just cutting to the fucking chases and presenting you with concise points backed up by science, great job Jeff!

  • your video should have not been labeled what is glycerol should have been..I’m the man I know everything and I’m going to bash all the other preworkouts to sell my garbage to you and NOT tell you WHAT GLYCEROL IS….lmao

  • Is it me or is there something wrong here!? The thing I see wrong is that my man, Joe Delaney doesn’t have a million subscribers and that’s so wrong on so many levels for this channel it LIT �� ��and straight to the GOT DAMN POINT!!!

  • Yo people! Hope you enjoy the video, or at least find it useful ��. Drop it a like for me if you wouldn’t mind, and I’ll thanks you with many more sick videos for years to come. ��������

  • Great video, Jeff. Another thing to mention about caffeine: the half life is about 6 hours, and there’s pretty compelling evidence that even a small amount of caffeine can seriously disrupt your sleep. Dr. Matthew Walker, a leading sleep researcher, recommends you stop ingesting caffeine roughly 12-14 hours before bed (or by 10AM) for a good night’s sleep. So another thing you might consider adding to the recommendation is to avoid taking caffeine for night workouts, or you’ll almost definitely hurt recovery.

  • Still, it does not tell me what is glycerol…
    what I know is glycerol is one of the main backbones of a cell membrane (stands with phosphate-PO4)

  • Watched your videos on meal planning and writing down everything you spend. Even as a chef knowing about the benefits of meal planning and prep I never really bothered about it. Started it and have lost weight and saved an absolute fortune this month. Great videos my man keep killin it ��

  • After 12 years of working out, creatine is just making me piss 93x a day (and night) with almost no power/gains improvement ��lately I’am using HMB with very good results, like noticeably increase in power (5-10% improvement which is huge if you train for 12 years as a natty ��) and regeneration…recommend this one for ya����

  • Hey Tony, you’re looking great bro. Looks like you’ve been getting some great results lately! Love to see it bro, keep that fire going!

  • I want to quit caffeine but the fear of gaining weight is stopping me, I do Intermittent fasting along with caffeine to control my weight but I can’t fast without the caffeine. Also tried going off for few weeks and my appetite was insane. Any tips?

  • Joe please can you discuss benefit of creatine (and how to take it/ why loading is not required) in a bit more detail as its difficult to know how to use this. Thank you

  • After 12 years of working out, creatine is just making me piss 93x a day (and night) with almost no power/gains improvement ��lately I’am using HMB with very good results, like noticeably increase in power (5-10% improvement which is huge if you train for 12 years as a natty ��) and regeneration…recommend this one for ya����

  • Sick vid as usual but I think you should do like challenge videos now and then like try being a vegan for a week and see if you look any better or worse. Just a thought but continue with the sicks vids m8

  • Jeff, your code “Jeff” does not give 30% discount!!!
    I’m trying to buy TruMulti Men’s and Prolific and the code only gives around 15% discount… -‘

  • Sick vid as usual but I think you should do like challenge videos now and then like try being a vegan for a week and see if you look any better or worse. Just a thought but continue with the sicks vids m8

  • your video should have not been labeled what is glycerol should have been..I’m the man I know everything and I’m going to bash all the other preworkouts to sell my garbage to you and NOT tell you WHAT GLYCEROL IS….lmao

  • Not cool with those vitamins. They have too much B6 in them. I took a vitamin that had similar levels and it almost gave me irreversible severe nerve damage. I’d avoid any vitamin that has any vitamin B6 in it. It’s in everything. It should NOT be supplemented.

  • what about L-arginine? do you have any experience with that? I’ve been taking on and off for about 2 weeks now. Would love to hear your take on it

  • To be honest I feel zinc and magnesium sups are well worth it if you have struggle sleeping. Even on top of a multivitamin zinc and magnesium or zma works wonders for me and how deep my sleep is.

  • No vitamin D or Eaa during work out mentioned, very important one there, especially for leaner/lower calorie dieters not wishing to lose muscle mass

  • You need 1,000iu per 25lbs of body fat of Omega 3s(it’s fat soluble)….also it needs to be in phospholipid form found only in Krill oil..not fish oil. Look up Dr.Ronda Patrick here on YouTube..her channel is called found my fitness…she’s been on Joe Rogan experience 5 or 6 times.

  • well what about moist clumps that stay soft and gushy. i took a drill and my wife cake batter mixer tools to break them up. but now there several small squishy clumps. info on how long it will say good

  • Jerry quick question, if you don’t mind answering my bro. What’s your thoughts on taking bcaa during workouts, and then following it up with perfect post elite after?

  • 1cod liver oil (is full of omega 3 and 6/2preworkout(has creatine and helps with workout)/3creatine/4 some form of melatonin sleeping pills/5whey protein powder with bcaa’s in the 2:1:1 form in it/6beta alanine/7 multivitamin/8Some form of joint care/turmeric/IN ORDER

  • what about L-arginine? do you have any experience with that? I’ve been taking on and off for about 2 weeks now. Would love to hear your take on it

  • this what you do take your pre workout put that jawn in an ice tray let it freeze take it out put another scoop of preworkout in your shaker and you a have frozen preworkout sludge after the ice cubes start to melt

  • Quality video as always, one of the realist Youtubers out there. Regarding the stimulant free pre-workout, how effective is it compared to the caffeinated pre-workout?

  • No vitamin D or Eaa during work out mentioned, very important one there, especially for leaner/lower calorie dieters not wishing to lose muscle mass

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  • Is it best to take creatine in the morning / early after noon? I noticed whenever I took mine later in the day it gave me the same “caffeine side effect” you mentioned

  • I would put the essentials as Omega3/6 and MultiVit just for health reasons and every single person should take them.
    I would put Whey as a convenience thing that even bodybuilders don‘t have to take if their diet is on point.

    Furthermore i would place Creatin and Beta Alanin in a performance tier since taking them together is very benefitial. Citrulin might also be benefitial since the pump might give more metabolic stress and thus could lead to more gains.

    With the rest i totally agree ��

  • This is the only video to date I view critically. I’m a med student, I had 5 weeks of nutrition and another 5 weeks of “sports sciences”. The only thing our profs mentioned (relevant to this vid) was “adequate protein intake”. Everything else, according to them, is either not helpful or actively harmful.

  • joe do u prefer whey protein or vegan protein? i dont knoow if u have tried vegan protein tho so(i havent tried protein supplements at all but my diet need one now as a college stud) THANKS1!!!

  • sick video ideaday of eating iifym with a set calorie and macro goal only u don’t weigh or look at the packets of ur food gotta get as close as possible to the goal. ur gf will track it for u

  • Are you planning to start taking caffeine again anytime (since it’s proven to help in the gym)? Personally I hardly ever drink anything caffeinated and stick to a 200mg pill on my training days. I don’t experience any of the bad effects I hear people talk about so I feel that it does the job.