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BodyBuilding.com Micronized Creatine
Super value for one of the most effective supplements (Article: Most Effective Supplements). Creatine costs less than $0.10 per day for a daily 5 gram serve. Considering it is arguably the best of all legal supplements, at this price it’s barely worth considering whether of not to buy it.
Bodybuilding.com HMB Capsules
At about $1 per day, HMB is far less cheap than Creatine, but considering that HMB is nearly as effective as Creatine and they work cumulatively with each other, if you truly want to maximize your progress, then HMB is a good addition (Article: Most Effective Supplements). HMB in powder form costs about double as much as the capsules, so we recommend the capsules.
Optimum Nutrition BCAA Powder
BCAAs were found to be roughly twice as effective as whey protein for muscle and strength gains (Article: BCAAs versus Protein). Almost everybody buys whey protein, but consider BCAAs instead and get your regular protein intake from food instead. We recommend BCAAs in powder form since it’s a little cheaper than the capsules, and it’s easier to take as a drink. The cost is under $0.50 per day compared to almost $1 per day for whey protein (1 scoop per day), and it’s more effective, so the choice is clear.
Dip belts are really useful for taking your dips and pull-ups to the next level. The difference between weighted dips and pull-ups versus regular body weight dips and pull-ups is great. Your muscles will continue adapting to the higher resistance. The belt is a great way to keep progressing your upper back and triceps.
While you can avoid calluses by holding the bar within the knuckles of your fingers rather than the palm of your hand, lifting gloves do come in handy at times. I use gloves for weighted pull-ups and take them off for other exercises, the gloves help me to push out more reps where grip pain would be stopped me earlier otherwise.