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Serious Mass review by Preston
8 weeks back I set a goal to put on 15 pounds of lean muscle (building from 190 to 205). I just passed the deadline two days ago and am now sitting 2 lbs above my goal at 207 lbs. And I had to change everything. From my diet to training to supplementing. Serious Mass was a HUGE help for the added calories and protein and stacked perfectly with my cycle of CRUSCH: Ultimate Tri-Phase Creatine. The gains in strength alone were worth it. And the size is real size, no garbage water weight.
MUSCLE JUICE 2600 Review by
I’ve been lifting weights for a number of years, and have made considerable physical progress. However, due to various circumstances, I had not been getting an adequate amount of calories in my daily diet. As a result, I became increasingly stronger with each workout, but my muscles were not growing in size as I had wanted. I could give you a list of the mass-gaining powders and suppliments that I’ve tried, none of which seemed to work for me. One product would make me feel extremely bloated and nauseus for 6 hours after taking it, another product (that will remain unamed) litterally made me sick for a number of months after drinking it regularly. I began to give up hope when I read an ad. for Muscle Juice in a recent issue of Muscle & Fitness magazine.
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