The Ultimate Mass Building Weight Gainer
Up Your Mass XXXL 1350 is a nutrient dense weight gainer loaded with 1350 muscle building calories. Each serving provides 50 grams of fast acting and sustained release protein to help you build muscle mass, increase strength and boost recovery. This advanced Protein Matrix of (Whey Protein Concentrate, Whey Protein Isolate and Hydrolyzed Whey Protein) plus slow digesting proteins (Micellar Casein and Milk Protein) provides both fast and long-term nitrogen retention benefits. Mass Load Complex Carbs delivers 250 grams of Complex Carbs (Micronparticulated Maltodextrin, Sweet Potato, Oat Fiber and Quinoa) and Functional Fats such as MCTs, EFAs and CLA, Up Your Mass XXXL 1350 creates the perfect metabolic and hormonal environment for maximum results.
– Powerful Gains in Hard, Dense Muscle Mass
– Optimizes Insulin Response for Maximum Muscle Growth
– 50g Protein – Fast & Sustained Release Protein Blend
– 11g of BCAAs
– Informed Choice Certified Certification #LMS-PSRM-03418
Key Product Highlights
Up Your Mass XXXL 1350 is loaded with 50g of a sustained released five protein blend that is packed with all nine essential amino acids that provide some big benefits. Protein sources that may help boost muscle strength and size, and because it can be broken down and absorbed quickly, can help give the body the boost it needs prior to and immediately following your workouts. Protein supplementation can increase the gains you see when you strength train regularly—both in terms of upping your 1-rep max and putting on more lean muscle.
Add Hard, Dense Muscle Mass
The basic equation for muscle mass is: Muscle mass = rate of protein synthesis – rate of protein breakdown. The combination of the high amount of Protein and BCAAs found in Up Your Mass XXXL 1350 delivers the support your muscles need to both increase protein synthesis and reduce protein breakdown. When the rate of synthesis is higher than the rate of breakdown, you get muscle growth.
Up Your Mass XXXL 1350 contains 11g of Branched-chain amino acids (which are the essential amino acids valine, isoleucine, and leucine) stimulate muscle protein synthesis, potentially more than a normal protein on its own. Protein synthesis is the metabolic process when your body makes new muscle protein, also known as gains.