The 5 most important muscle building foods & supplements…

1. High Protein Foods

2. Protein Shakes

Protein shakes are the only supplements that will actually help you build muscle because your muscles are made up of protein so…

The only way your muscles can recover, repair itself and build you much bigger & stronger muscles after you workout is if you get enough protein in your diet by eating these high protein foods and/or by drinking protein shakes so really…

You don't have to waste your money on protein shakes unless you're having a hard time getting all the protein you need from high protein foods alone and this could be case if you don't have time to prepare your meals or if you just don't feel like eating lots of high protein foods and…

There's basically 5 types of protein shakes you can get and…

Neither one is better than the other because PROTEIN is PROTEIN and basically… It's all about getting enough protein in your diet no matter where it comes from to build muscle but if you can afford it…

Try to get many different types (not name brands) of protein shakes to get a wider variety of amino acids and here's the 5 types of protein shakes…

    1. Whey Protein shakes - Whey protein is usually easier to mix and is less thicker than the other kinds of protein shakes.

    2. Casein Protein shakes

    3. Egg Protein shakes

    4. Soy & Hemp Protein Shakes - Best for vegetarians.

    5. Blended Protein shakes - These are just protein shakes that have a combination of whey, casein , egg & other protein sources in them and… Blended protein shakes may be the best for you if you're on a budget so you can get a variety of protein sources & amino acids.

Studies prove You'll get the same muscle building results no matter what kind of protein shake you use - for example…
  • In a study published in Experimental Biology… Researchers found that people who used whey protein, soy protein or a whey/soy protein blend all gained the same amounts of muscle and…
  • A 6 week study a Laurentian University in Canada also found that you can get similar muscle building results no matter what type of protein shake you use and according to a study published in the Nutritional Journal…
  • Even when you Eat a whey or soy protein bar you'll still get the same muscle building results.

3. Water

You should try to drink at least 1 liter of water everyday because…

4. Complex Carbs (carbohydrates) & Healthy Fats

Before you think about going on an ultra-high protein diet - You must know that YOU CAN'T Build Muscle without eating enough Carbs & fats so really…

About 45-to-65% of the total daily calories you eat should be from carbs & healthy fats and the rest protein and here's why carbs & fats are important for building muscle…

5. Meal Replacement Shakes (MRPs)

If you're having a hard time getting all the calories you need along with enough carbs, protein & fat then that's where Meal Replacement Shakes (or MRPs) can help you meet your dietary needs because…

MRPs contain not only protein but also the right amounts of carbs & fats and MRPs come in all different sizes ranging from 200-to-1000 calories so for example…

Labrada Lean Body For Men is a good Meal Replacement Shake that contains 320 calories, 40g of protein, 22g of carbs and 8g of fat but again…

Meal Replacement Shakes are only important to you if you don't have time to prepare some of your meals and here's…

3 Good but not crucial Muscle Building supplements…

1. BCAAs (Branched-chain amino acids)

Muscle is made up of protein and protein is made up of amino acids so…

If you're getting enough protein in your diet from high protein foods along with Protein shakes & Meal Replacements then you'll already be getting enough BCAAs in your diet to help you build muscle but…

2. Creatine

YOU DO NOT NEED Creatine to build muscle and creatine is definitely not as important as the other muscle building supplements & foods on this page but all creatine does is…

3. Multi-Vitamins

Sometimes because of the way you diet & exercise to build muscle… Your body loses some of the essential vitamins and minerals it needs to help you build muscle so as an insurance policy…

It's good idea to take a multi-vitamin but usually… Eating the right foods and Protein shakes & Meal Replacements will already supply your body with the muscle building vitamins & minerals it needs.

More foods that build muscle…

Make sure you also see…



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1-100 of 197 Comments
Andrew

Hi Adrian and thank you in advance for your help!
I am a 31 year old male, 5'11" and at the moment way 165. I am extremely fortunate to have the genetics and body type I have because I stay ripped year round and haven't been in a gym in 2 years +/-. and have a horrible diet. This is going to sound conceded but my physique is near perfect but I want to be the best I can. I recently decided to get in the best shape of my life and want to know the best way to go about doing it. I put on muscle EXTREMELY easy. I literally see results in a matter of days of just doing push ups. In high school I was in epic shape. I was 18, weighed about 180 and lifted casually but heavy (Participate in the BFS program - High weight and low reps). I want to get back to that shape but would like to get to 190-200. I want to keep it simple and supplement taste is a big thing to me. I would like to keep it to 1 type of protein shake (The blended shake you spoke of got my attention) and I would also need help getting enough carbs, fats, etc... as I am looking to put on weight (My metabolism is unreal). I used creatine years ago and it seemed to produce great results but I may wait on that. Thoughts? Bottom line, I don't have time to eat the way I should and will probably be working out 4-5 days a week max for 30 minute sessions. What supplements/methods do you suggest for putting on that extra 25-30 pounds? I really appreciate any help you can give me.
Thank you,
Andrew

October 08, 2014

Adrian bryant

go here

October 09, 2014

Nowsheen

Hi,

I'm a 23 yr old Indian girl and I weigh 75 kgs. I have been following fitnessblender.com workout schedules for a month now and strict on diet, checking my calorie intake and everything.

I want to lose weight, lose flab, gain lean muscle and get a toned body in a month, since am already working out, I expect to reach my goal soon.

However, I am not getting enough protein from my diet. What protein supplements should I take? will soy be great? I have started working out in the morning while doing intermittent fasting. Is it ok?
Will taking protein supplements, help me gain muscle fast and lose fat faster?

Please let me know ASAP 'coz I don't want to let my hard work go to waste, if am not doing it right.

Thank you.

September 29, 2014

Adrian Bryant

A higher protein diet will help you lose faster (not protein supps) If you have a hard time getting protein in your diet then supps. will help

September 29, 2014

Nowsheen

Thank you for your reply. So working out while fasting is fine right? 'coz I've read that taking some food is necessary before working out. Is it?

September 29, 2014

Adrian Bryant

fasted workouts are fine and wheter you eat or not before your workout is your preference but you do burn more fat if fasted working out

September 30, 2014

ahmed

hi , i used to be like 121 kg and now i am ranging between 67 and 70 kg and i don't want to get bigger or bolder i just want to have lean ripped look , i workout 3 to 5 days but i don't eat enough food because i gain weight so fast and i am afraid of gaining all the weight back so i decided to take protein not from food so i want to take supplement , BCAA was recommended to me , but there is a lot of option out there and i don't know if i should take BCAA or another form , i do have under skin fats making me look bad despite the fact that i am 67 kg and 175 cm , so will BCAA help me in losing under skin fats and getting ripped look , and if so what product should i buy , really appreciate ur help

June 28, 2014

petrus

can you pls help me with a more or less eat plan you had and what work outs did you do

December 02, 2014

Adrian Bryant

see this

December 02, 2014

Rahul

Nice post..How many proteins should be take in a day?

April 21, 2014

adrian bryant

maKE IT 25-TO-50% OF YOUR DIET

April 21, 2014

George

Hi adrian,

I got two questions:

1- The gold standard whey protein am using states that their is soy lecithin in it, would that raise the estrogen level?

2- It also states that it should be avoided if individual is trying to lose weight, is that true? or i can consume it as long as i don't exceed the caloric surplus?

February 27, 2014

Adrian Bryant

1 - I cant say whether it does or not (i dont think so) but I use the same brand

2 - correct. calories in vs calories out. you'll lose or gain weight depending on how much you eat

February 27, 2014

raj

suggest me best mass gainer to get some bulk on my muscles

November 01, 2013

Mariya

hi there Adrian! I am female, my height is 172 sm, my weight is 65. How long will it take me to lose 15 kilos on a VLCD 600 calories a day?Thanx!

September 11, 2013

Adrian Bryant

not long but you may gain back all you lose unless you can realistically stick to a 600 calorie diet forever. it's not good to starve to lose weight

September 11, 2013

mariya

thank you for your reply! I counted on one of the caloriescalculators online it would take me 15 weeks. Will it be faster if I eat 1 meal a day and the rest would fast?
Also, could you please tell me-I have read that oat bran calories dont count because they are poure insoluble fiber so there is no need to count them. is it true?
Thank you!

September 13, 2013

Adrian Bryant

the less you eat and the more active you are = the faster you will lose weight but with that crazy 600 calorie plan you're on you will probably gain back all you lose and more

September 14, 2013

Jonny

I'm 177cm (5ft10.5) tall and weigh 60kg so I guess you could say I have a slim/skinny frame. I try to work out for 45 mins most days of the week just lifting weights and using a chin up/pull up bar. However, muscle doesn't seem to be building and if it is, then the process is incredibly slow. I was just wondering which protein shake or exercises should I do which fit my description best? Please recommend something as everywhere I go, everyone suggests everythings the same and I end up not buying as I'm unsure and there has to be a reason for differences in stuff like protein shakes - whey, casien, isolate etc.
It'd be lovely to hear a reply, Thanks mate.

September 05, 2013

Adrian Bryant

it's not the TYPE of protein but HOW much protien are you eating? also, see this

September 06, 2013

jai johnson

Hi I'm jai I'm 20 and just starting to work out I have been keeping a good level protein and carb diet and just wanted to find out what I should take to give myself the xtra boost to get my muscles Bigger and to loose unwanted fat on my stomachs so my abs come threw mine noticeable

July 25, 2013

sayata

I want à BIGGER butt and i dont have money what supplement pills or protein bar would i take with my workout ??? Please help

June 04, 2013

Roldy

I’m 19 years old, 6 foot tall male. I have a skinny frame and I am starting to noticing some fat around my abdominals and other parts of my body. I am an taekwondo instructor and I am not as active as I use to be when I was a student. I am studying 3 different medical degrees, so I don’t have any time to work out or have a proper meal some times, since I spend the majority of the time studying. A lot of my money has gone into my medical degree so I can’t really afford any fancy diet for gaining muscle.

Some weeks I can squeeze in at least 20-40 mins a week of weights session at the university gym. My question is "How do I gain muscle on a budget?” and “What kind of things should I take?

June 04, 2013

Adrian Bryant

use this diet & workout but for the workout just do group A of each workout to save time

June 04, 2013

Sumit sharma

Hey friend i am sumit sharma i am also a student i am 5foot.7inch tall 67kg weight i have a gud shape of body,
I want to tell you all just take hight protien of diyte and lot of water 10to 15glass per day doing excercise 2-4days in a days to gain size that can be gud but keep patent dear you,ll get progress slowly- slowly but remind do excercise according to your fitness trainer

May 18, 2014

Gabriel

i´m 23 years old 1.8 meters tall man, i have lost 7.5 inches in my waist in the last months now i´m 39 inches, i still have some work to do, and i already built some muscle (for example my arm is 15 inches), now reduce my waist is becoming a more slow process, i still see it but is more slow, my concern is about to add carnitine first time in the morning and before workout (usually at 11am), will carnitine make me loss my last 5-7 inches in my waist but at the same time make me lost some of the muscle i already built? or carnitine will give me energy for intense muscle and cardio workouts and lost my last 5-7 inches and to the same time get bigger muscles?. i hope you got a minute to give me your opinion and sorry if my redaction isn't good, i'm mexican and learning english, greetings!!!

May 30, 2013

Adrian Bryant

yes the carnitine may give you more energy to help you lose weight faster to get a smaller waist but your workout and diet plan is the most important

May 31, 2013

Kyle

Hello I'm Kyle. 177cm and 54kg. Really skinny but I want to gain some muscle for soccer (goal keeper). I have never done any gym before. I'm looking at muscletech as my supplement and I have nitro isolate 65, premium whey protein and cell tech hardcore. Which one should I take? Which part my muscle should be working on? Is it true that alcohol will kill the muscle? Thanks

April 16, 2013

ankit mahendru

hi
i.m 5'9" and weigh 63kgs. i.m very lean and skinny and wish to put on some serious muscles so that i can look large and ripped. is it possible to do so without supplements and protein shakes? if yes what diet and workout do i have to follow.?

April 13, 2013

Adrian Bryant

follow this

April 13, 2013

tarun joshi

hey.......
my height is 5.10 and weight is 82... i just want to confirm that without supplements. how could i make my body larger and heavy.... how to gain weight without and supplement..

March 14, 2013

eddieray87@gmail.com

i am 26 years old weighing at 72kg, 5'9". I am lean right now thought i used to be fat(84kgs). I want to put on some lean muscles and all i have are 5kg dumbbells and i cannot go to a gym as there isnt any close by and my work schedule doesnt allow me to travel . Can you suggest me some exercises and a protien shake that will help me gain some lean muscle.

March 09, 2013

swapneel

I use SYNTHA 6 protein, I am thinking about starting to take amino acid supplements too ! Can we club the protein shakes & also take amino acid tablets for muscle gain?

March 03, 2013

Adrian Bryant

you can but you really do not need to waste money on aminos since they are already in most protein supplements

March 03, 2013

gayle

Hi, I was wondering if you had any recommendations for someone with trouble with muscle recovery? I have some unknown muscular issue that causes me to be very weak even when doing small tasks. A few years ago I used to be very active and even was doing p90x but now I can't lift anything very heavy and get very sore when I do even small things like light housework or even wearing shoes that have a chunky heel (it makes my legs very shaky and sore). any suggestions?

February 23, 2013

Adrian Bryant

have you recently just stared back to working out?

February 24, 2013

Joshua DeLong

WOW! I can't believe how off this information is. 1, 2, and 3 are good. 4 is half wrong, well everything that talks about carbs is wrong. You don't need carbs at all to build muscle. Exercise alone will spike insulin levels enough to build muscle. Eating high quality fats is a must!

The following statements "If you don't eat enough carbs - your body will breakdown and burn muscle for energy causing you to lose muscle and along with water…" AND "You need to eat carbs to stay energized so you can workout longer and lift heavier weights to build bigger muscles because your body uses Carbohydrates for energy and more importantly…" - These statements are completely wrong. There is something called ketosis. After 10 days of ultra low carbs, sub 30 grams per day, your body will start burning fat for energy instead of carbs. After 10 days if you continue to stay ultra low carb without a cheat day or 1 or 2 cheat meals then you will begin to start chewing up muscle similarly seen in intermittent fasting.

And 5. Why tell people to eat meal replacement shakes? You should be making time to eat quality snacks like nuts and little amounts of fruit if you have any concern about building muscle. These items have much better properties for building muscle than any meal replacement shake will give you.

I would say a multi-vitamin should replace number 5. Multi-vitamins are key to staying healthy. You could replace number 3 in the in the not crucial section with fish oil. BCAAs are good along with Creatine if your actually pushing yourself hard enough to need Creatine. BCAAs are usually in a quality protein shake anyway.

February 22, 2013

RB

Still scratching my head at this one? Before I go further, are you honestly saying that complex carbs are not an extremely beneficial way to build lean muscle, promote healthy cholesterol, retain healthy insulin levels and provide muscles with prolonged energy as opposed to spikes??? Complex carbohydrate consumption for the production of lean muscle are essential my friend! Show me a serious health professional, athlete or body builder who does not have oats or complex carbs on their shelf for building muscle and will show you a liar.

April 03, 2013

Mary Pat

I am 54 year old female,5'8", 126LBS who has really been working out much more thaN before. 2-3 nights in the gym lifting and 2 nights at home with the p90x. I am actually getting too toned, i have not lost weight but inches. I don't need to. I have a huge metabolism, and drinking whey shakes twice a cay and am cutting down the cardio. I would like to to put some muscle in the skinny legs. HELP!!!

February 12, 2013

Rob

Hello,

My name is Rob. I'm 29 years old, 6' tall and weigh 175 pounds, with a little gut. For the most part, I eat healthy and can prep my own meals. For the past six months, my daily food intake looks like this on most days: for breakfast, I blend blueberries, 2% milk, a banana, and fage total 2% yogurt. In between this and lunch, I eat walnuts and a kashi trail mix bar. Lunch can be a wildcard... 3-4x a week,I make my own ham and turkey sandwich with carrots on the side and an activia yogurt, other times I'll eat out. For dinner, 3-4x a week, I'll make grilled chicken w/ spinach leaves and carrots. I only drink water, no soda or juices... and I'll have about 4-5 shots of whiskey every weekend; I don't drink beer.

I do pushups every other day (diamond/wide/shoulder) and regular wide pullups 3x/week. I also curl a 20lb kettle ball I purchased (they aren't cheap!).

Knowing all that, I have two questions...

1) my goal is to get bigger arms, and make my chest look better; maybe even get rid of my little skinny-man gut. Should I buy protein powder? I'm trying to avoid that if I can incorporate actual food but I don't mind it. I've read I should be taking in as much protein as my body weight, 175g. Is that true?

2) Also, I want to avoid using weights. Is it possible to achieve what I want just doing pushups, pullups/chinups, handstands (saw that on the site), dips, planks?

Thank you!

Rob

January 21, 2013

Rob

Actually, I weigh 165 not 175. I just weighed myself. Looks like I lost some weight in the past few months.

January 21, 2013

Adrian Bryant

1) yes 175g or 1g per pound is true

2) it is but eventually you may need to do weighted dips and etc. to get bigger arms.

see how to get bigger arms and see how to get bigger chest

January 21, 2013

Karen

Hi Adrian
I am a 51 year old woman, I go to the gym on a regular basis, five to six days a week, i do weights, and aerobics, but I am still not seeing the results I am looking for, I look like I am in my late thirty, and want to feel good about my clothes and myself,
I do not eat meat, but I am still overweight, what am I doing wrong, and what exercises should I do in order to get really toned muscles.

January 12, 2013

Adrian Bryant

how much do you weigh now?

January 13, 2013

Christopher

I'm Wiegh 120 ish and trying to find good supliments to gain muscle any tips to help me

January 15, 2013

Denise

Greetings,

I am a 46 year old overweight woman and have been working out to improve my health and appearance. I love lifting weights and my desire is to one day appear in a fitness competition. I take L-Carnitine every morning before hitting the gym. After the gym, I drink whey protein with 8 oz of Almond Milk (non-sweet). I try to have protein with every meal. Is there anything else I should be doing to help build muscle?

January 09, 2013

Adrian Bryant

sounds like you got everything in order. if you run into problems or have any concerns while taking action then I'll be here to help you

January 09, 2013

Nik

Hi, i am skinny and i really want to get bulky/bigger legs/thighs. i do not want my upper body part meaning arms any bigger. can you advise what exercise, how often should i do them and supplements to take? do i have to work my upper body parts in order to get the bulky legs/thighs? thank you so much for your time

January 04, 2013

Rio

I'm taking Udo's Oil Omega DHA 369, CLA, and just purchased Pure Green Coffee Bean Extract. I'm 5'4 & 129 lbs. Looking to lose these last 10 lbs. What about adding L Carnitine and Co Q10... is that necessary? Will I see added results by adding these supplements? How much should my protein intake be per day?

December 27, 2012

Adrian Bryant

they'll help but the main thing is to do a plan like this

December 28, 2012

vidhya

hello sir,
i am october 1987 born and my body weight is 48-49kg with
5 feet 4 inch height.
my body shape is rectangular.what should i eat and which exercises i can do at home to get perfect body.

December 17, 2012

Adrian Bryant

Are you trying to gain weight?

December 18, 2012

shivam saxena

Namaste(hello) Adrian sir
This is shivam 14 years old boy.
I am tired of getting been teased by my friend of my physical personality. My height is 4 ft 5 inch, my weight is 41 kg. Kindly suggest me few exercise or something else to loose fat and become like you.
I shall be highly obliged
Yours sincerely
Shivam Saxena

December 09, 2012

Name*

I am a 5'9, 166 lbs female. I have slimmed down and toned up everywhere, however I still have a little gut. It's very frustrating. What's the best plan for getting rid of it?

November 24, 2012

johnny

I highly doubt that if you are a 166 lb woman at 5'9 you have a "little" gut.

January 08, 2013

yaser

I am 26 years old, weight 70 kg and height 177 cm..i am skinny but too much fat in abdomen. How do i build muscles as well as to get six pack?

November 11, 2012

Pat

As others have said, thanks for the helpful info.

I'm 5'9" 147-153lbs and in training to take the EOD PAST test. I was wondering how many calories I should be trying to intake daily based on my weight and that I workout 5-6 days a week, with the outcome being an increase of 20 more pushups/sit ups, and 3 more pull ups. I try to eat as much protein as possible and use either shakes or bars after work outs. My diet revolves around quinoa, (wild/brown/white) rice, pinto beans and chicken breast. I just have a hard time building muscle fast enough. and I'm guessing it because I'm not getting enough calories.

November 03, 2012

Rituraj sharma

HI.I am 21 years old and 6'5''inches tall.My weight is 65kg.I look very lean and thiN.My metabolism is not good.Also i don't get proper meal.Please advice me some food supliments so that i can gain mass.

October 31, 2012

Adrian Bryant

gain mass here

October 31, 2012

Anand

I am 24 years old and weigh around 70 kg height 5''9 i hit up the gym 5 times a week. My chest is very week even after a intense and heavy weight lifting session it doesnt seem to pump up and looks flat. please advice what shall i do.

October 16, 2012

Ranjan

hey m 21 yrs old nd 5'11 and having 66 kgs of weigh i hit 5 day in a week 2 my gym class i want a ripped figure so i thought to use creatine supplement should i take creatine please guide me for my goal of ripped body

September 21, 2012

Adrian Bryant

just try to get stronger each workout, eat plenty of healthy high quality foods and make sure you get protein and you'll quickly see creatine is not needed to get muscle

September 22, 2012

Gabriellavaselis

THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS SITE ADRIAN!
IM SO HAPPY TO HAVE FOUND IT!
AND I THINK ITS VERY NOBLE OF YOU TO OFFER ALL OF THIS INFORMATION FOR FREE!

With obesity being an epidemic in America, sometimes people that actually NEED to gain weight are overlooked.
I have always been very thin and usually looked at as being FIT OR IN SHAPE, but there is a such thing as being UNDERWEIGHT or MALNOURISHED OR NOT CONSUMING ENOUGH CALORIES.

Your website focuses on proper nutrition and exercise to gain a healthier, sexier & (most importantly) MORE FEMININE body,,, because if I did all of this and ended up looking like a MAN, it would defeat the purpose!

THANKS AGAIN!

September 21, 2012

Michael

I am 15 years old; I lift 5 days a week and I can lift more than most of my school's basketball team. But I still don't have any definition in my arms. What should I do? I have some fat on my stomach, but I condition a lot. How do I get definition in my arm? Please help me.

September 20, 2012

Jasmine

Would you consider the GNC Soy Protein good to use?

September 18, 2012

Adrian Bryant

i don't know all the facts about soy but any protein supplement is good as long as it helps you reach your daily protein requirements

September 18, 2012

marie

I try protein shakes but they made feel nausea. I'm trying to figure out is their others ways to get it? What can I do to get my butt high and little bigger in 2 weeks? I'm 24 150lbs 5'5

September 11, 2012

Adrian Bryant

get your protein from these foods here if you cannot drink shakes and go here for a better butt

September 11, 2012

Lina

Won't protein give me muscle everywhere and make me look bulky??

September 06, 2012

Adrian bryant

not at all, you'll need to eat a whole lot (of calories) to truly bulk up

September 06, 2012

Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding exercises have become an important part of health improvement institutions like the gym. People nowadays are more conscious of how they look than they were ten years ago.

September 04, 2012

angel

Hey im so thankful i came across your website.. Im a skinny girl and have been struggling with getting a butt for almost 5 years now. I have tried squats, bridges, and running but my butt is still so flat its like there's none at all. It kinda takes away my confidence as an African lady not having what the rest have can you please help me. my weight is 50kg. thanks in advance

August 03, 2012

jane

Hello can you run up the stairs and it had the same effect on the butt like hills to make it bigger?

July 22, 2012

Adrian Bryant

not really - read all of this to see why

July 22, 2012

H.Bryans

Hey am 63 kgs and small but with medium height. i have tried but still in vein i cannot grow fat just want to get muscles that is get mugged .
what should i do help me.

July 06, 2012

Sam

the most important is to eat food which is having proteins no need to drink protein shake and who said you cant have musles without proteins shakes ?? i just eat protein foods and i alreayd hav 6 packs and also nice body so better to be nature :)
i see many people just wana haven powder and protein shakes . offocurse u will get bigger body and very soon but no use cause when u stop exercise your body gona get worst but if u do it nature with just foods which have proteins is more nature and even if you stop ecercise for few months you gona still have your nice body :)

July 20, 2012

Johnathans

I weigh 87kg, am 29 years old and i am pretty ripped. I don't use supplements when working out, what i do is lift heavy weights, and keep focused while keeping an intense workout. By the end of the work out, i make myself protein brownies, about 67% protein and 31% sugar. I usually make these brownies after every workout, using whey protein of course. And i have found it to be an amazing muscle gainer. Also drink chocolate milk right before, and right after your workout. It is perfectly fine for you to do, as i do it every day.. Well as long as you have an high intensity workout, it wont be a problem.

July 06, 2012

ToddG

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You can find online - Dr Max Powers The Anabolic Stack - ithas everything you need... EVERYTHING. has amino acids, liver support, and yer standard vitamins all in large quantities. Obviously built for someone serious about performance.

The price is OK. About $60, but for 30 paks its about right. I'd gladly pay more, but I am a college student.

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July 03, 2012

Aamir

Hey Brother
I am male, 33 years old. 6ft 2" Tall, 32 W/34L 86.4 KG.
I am tired of being left behind & I think it is time to push it bit harder. I need A to Z help from you from workout to shakes to supplement to ... to gain big muscles. I workout 4 days a week.I thank you for the time you took to read my cry baby request.Oh yeah I am night owl, I work in night, I workout in night and sleep during the day:)

July 03, 2012

Biswadeep

I m having creatine and work out 4 times a week.Seeking your advice on tjis

June 28, 2012

Adrian bryant

what is your workout like

June 28, 2012

Ajee Wallace

Is a Glucerna Shake a good protein shake to drink ... ?

June 27, 2012

Adrian bryant

yes it's okay

June 27, 2012


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