Not supervol...it sounds like a prohormone.
You just need food, protein, creatine.
Hello, My name is Dan. I am 20 years old and im in need of some advice. Recently, some of my friends have started to take steroids - regular injectable testosterone. After a lot of research I have concluded that I am way to young and still have not reached my full potential yet, so taking any kind of steroid would simply not be right for me at this time in my life. I am currently a brown belt in bare knuckle karate, and also compete in jiujitsu. Many of the promotions and competitions I participate in have no weight classes so I fight much bigger guys than me, which is why I am seeking something to help me with my performance. As of now, I am 6'2'', 180 lbs. Obviously I would like to gain some weight as I am pretty lean right now. I was just wondering what are some of the products that would be right for me that allow better gains in muscle and strength, but at the same time keep me lean. I AM NOT LOOKING TO GET HUGE. I used a product called Supervol a couple months ago and I loved it. I think it was a pro-test formula. Currently, I am taking creatine, a multivitamin, protein, and a few other supplements like argenine anddaily. I lift in the gym 3 days a week with great intensity, but haven't had the best results. Also, my diet is good and I'm working to get it better everyday. Any knowledgeable help or recommendations that you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
Definitely not a pro-test supplement: 2a, 17a-dimethyl-17b-hydroxy-5a-androstan-3-one 10mg = Supervol.
You may look into a booster after that, especially because I fear you ran no pct.
supervol = PH
I would look at products that capitalize on the natural test you are producing so much of at your age!/Reversitol V2 would be a great combo. You want to free up all that bound testosterone and promote natural production while modulating estrogen. Couple this stack with a high protein diet and good basic supplements like Creatine and BCAAs and you will definetely be able to pack on great size.
iForce Nutrition Sponsored Athlete