I consider all NO products to be a waste of time in the long run to put on mass. Just upping daily calorie intake, 1 gram of protein per pound of weight, and five grams of good ol creatine mono. Mix that with plenty of recovery time between workouts, and of course sleep, you will see the best results.
Yah the best mass stack chicken, eggs, fish and lean beef.
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But when you get the blood in your working muscles flowing this means more of the nutrients from food get to the muscles.
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also take a multi based off whole foods (the whole foods allow for a much quicker absorption)
If you truly have training and dieting down check out X-Factor-Drive-RPM stack. At least check out X-Factor, you could also go with bulk AA from nutraplanet which is a little cheaper. It creates an inflammation response from training so you get gains like when you first started lifting. If you have been training for a while I think this should be the corner stone of your stack. Anabolic Pump is another great product to put on size as long as you are eating right with it.
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To gain "a lot of size" just takes proper diet, dedication to lifting and maybe a couple basic supps - Fish Oil, Multivitamin, maybe one "brand name" supp of your choice, Creatine, protein and your set. Honest - gained 45lbs of muscle in two years right here doing just that.
Hey pmiller with the x-factor, rpm and drive stack what gains did you make and in what sort of timeframe.