The only thing it will hurt is your wallet. Really just high priced nutrient substitute, compared to what you can easily get in a reasonable diet. In that sense, they're just like other supplementsTS2213 said:
Tried it on a few long training rides and then a century. If there was an effect it was not significant. I decided it was not worth my moneyTS2213 said:
Who was this person and what did you do to them?! Milk of magnesia is a laxative. :eek6:TS2213 said:Thanks for the response,I figured that I might be waisting my money, I thought I would 'give it a shot" My legs have been unusally sore after my rides lately, and I haven't been able to train like I would like. Someone told me I should drink 'milk of magneseum' for same effect. Anyone try that??
What us ZMA????kevhogaz said:On a side note, I've been taking ZMA to help me sleep, and notince that the soreness in my legs is gone in the morning. I'm gonna just keep telling myself that the ZMA works, 'cause I sleep a lot better when I'm using it.
I tried them for time trials, and found I did well -- HOWEVER, I realized that for these particular days I was also treating them as important rides, which involved proper tapering, diet, and motivation. So, regardless of the SL, I should have felt strong.TS2213 said: