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Gakic has been reported as discontinued.

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Gakic Reviews

By: MuscleTech



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Gakic is a Glutamine Supplement manufactured by MuscleTech. It contains glutamine which is the most abundant amino acid found in muscle tissue; It helps support lean muscle gain.

Gakic has been reported as discontinued.

Check out the top-ranked products in Amino Acids > Glutamine

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Overall
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4.0
Effectiveness
Effectiveness
2.0
Value
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3.0
  September 30, 2011

 Pros:
 Cons:
    • Hard To Swallow 8 Pills Daily That Are That Big
    As a disclaimer to my review let me just say I was using Gakic to accompany my off season training for Track and Field. Gakic is a strictly bodybuilding supplement because the large amount of horse pills(8) ruins your stomach if you are doing any cardio, plyometrics, cross-fit, or high-end athletic training.

    If you are looking to put on MASS your better off with an Animal M-Stack or something like that. Gakic did not even have a placebo affect with me. I felt no real pump and felt straight miserable after swallowing 8 pills, going through a full track and field cardio workout, then doing a full olympic lifting weight training practice.

    This product is not legit and its not worth the money. Just being honest. There are better MASS gainers out there.

    -JM


    COMMENTS (3)


    • nofatchix
      Rep: +627
      September 30, 2011

      i know this is gonna sound rude when saying this but did you even look at the ingredients??? caffeine and arginine... thats all. if this is the first time youve taken a muscletech product then id say you just learned about the whole company just by taking that one bottle... 90% hype 10% results (*based on key ingredients)



    • kris65
      Rep: +2,624
      September 30, 2011

      Word on the street is that this supplement is beyond trife. I wouldnt bother spending any more money on MT supplements. Its a shame, they market their products so well, if only they delivered they could seriously be one of the best supp companies out there.



    • nofatchix
      Rep: +627
      September 30, 2011

      What's funny is that by law you cant claim a supplement is going to do something. You can say it may increase strength by 10,000% but you can't it's going to. What MT does is they put in little lettering *based on key ingredients. That's their loop hole. Cleaver huh lol... Your right if they'd put the money in better things they wouldn't be going downhill. Well see how nanostim goes seeing that it's the first NO product I've ever seen without arginine in it.



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