Up Your Mass vs Muscle Juice
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Maximum Human Performance Up Your Mass review by Joe
I’ve been using Up Your Mass for over 3 years now, and I LOVE IT! I use 2 scoops with 8oz whole milk for the creamiest, tastiest, most nutritious blend of quality fat, carbs, and protein you can get. Out of all the weight gainers I’ve tried, Up Your Mass is the all-around best:
1. TASTE: You can’t go wrong with Fudge Brownie. I could drink it just for the taste (and sometimes I do).
2. NUTRITION: You won’t believe this. It doesn’t use lame maltodextrin as an excuse for a carbohydrate. Barley, oats, and oat fiber all the way! And a great balance of protein, carbs, and fat.
3. EFFECTS ON STOMACH: None. I don’t feel bloated, don’t feel like going to the bathroom, and don’t feel like ‘throwing up’, like I do with other weight gainers.
4. EFFECTIVENESS: If you’re a normal guy like me, don’t do the 4 scoops – that seems a bit excessive. 2 scoops and a little milk and you’ll be well on your way to quality muscle mass (with an awesome workout and decent meal plan of course). That stuff about gaining 16 lbs in however many weeks – don’t count on that. But rest assured, this gainer works really well!
If you’re looking for a weight gainer, please buy this one. I want to make sure they keep producing this until I die.
Video – Up Your Mass Review
Maximum Human Performance, Up Your Mass, Vanilla, 5-pound Tub
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.