This stuff is always at my door within 2 days of ordering it. It’s a good company with low prices. The company is based in Victoria, BC, Canada so it’s a short delivery. I don’t know how long it would take to get to the east coast or the US, but the shipping is probably quick & reliable.
They have EVERYTHING. I normally get efa’s, BCAA’s and other aminos from here. They are a very good company. The only problem is the shipping charges are fairly steep and it will normally take about 3 weeks for the stuff to arrive at my door. If you live in the US it says it takes 2-5 days for the stuff to be delivered and obviously shipping would be cheaper. So depending on where you live, your preferences may change.
These companies are ok. They don’t have a big selection and the deals aren’t that great. The shipping is fairly cheap and quick(less than 5 days) so these are viable options for protein powder and other supps.
Like what? The ZMA for ten bucks. It’s a question of quality. They have the BEST STUFF out there. A lot of people order from companies that have no background and are pure marketing hype. Biotest brings results. Surge is the best stuff on the market in my opinion. Anyhow, it’s not my business who anybody here buys supplements from.
Their BCAA and Beta7 formulave have been discussed at t-nation extensively (regarding price). In my opinion, the only people who can produce bcaa’s and beta alanine better are those that specialize in mass production of these supplements. Berardi has some recommendations I like, but I still stick with Biotest for consistency. When I have to recommend supplements to athletes as well, it’s nice to be able to be consistent. Expensive, yes. High quality, absolutely.
The problem I have with biotest is that they routinely hype up and overprice newer stuff like beta-alanine and the bcaa supplement. There are others who have just as high of quality and don’t force feed crap down people’s throats and do it all at a lower price. Their fish oil supp is the exact same way. Look up NOW brand and you can find something of about the same quality for a dramatically lower price since they don’t spend most of their funds advertising the hell out of themselves.
On that note, Biotest is not necessarily bad, just overpriced.
Pretty much get most of my stuff from Biotest over at t-nation.com. The bill can get pretty pricey though. Multi and Fish oil I get from costco (kirkland), you can get a 2 years supply for ~12 dollars.
Only things I have been using on a consistent basis latley has been the whey concentrate powder, ZMA, creatine mono, and surge. There are probably cheaper options out there, but I like the quality of the the supps from them.