How A New Kind of Post-Workout Cocktail Can Stimulate 300% More Muscle Growth in Just 30 Minutes...
How would you like to literally TRIPLE your muscle size and strength gains without changing a thing you're doing in the gym?
Sound too good to be true? Well it is true, and we have the scientific research and real-life success stories to prove it if you'll give us just 10 minutes of your time.
Here's the deal ... with the help of some of the world's leading sports nutrition scientists and bodybuilders, we decided to come up with the most potently effective post-workout muscle-building cocktail on the market. The science in this area is rapidly moving forward ... unfortunately, however, the sports supplements you find in GNC and online are still stuck in the past. We're talking the dinosaur age of sports science.
Instead of following the same path as other post-workout powders that offer hundreds and sometimes even thousands of unnecessary calories that eventually lead to unwanted increases in bodyfat, we wanted to come up with something completely different. Something that reflected the science of the day rather than the suppositions of yesteryear.
And after thorough research and development, what we arrived at is a complete solution called Monster Mix ... the ultimate post-workout muscle shake that's constantly being upgraded to elicit MAXIMUM gains. No shortcuts. No skimping on ingredients, dosages and quality. Just simply the best of the best when it comes to post-workout nutrition.
You see, conventional bodybuilding powders offer little more than gut-busting amounts of calories, moderate protein intakes, and insignificant quantities of metabolic intermediaries. Shovel-size scoops of powder, with thousands of calories, do not mean more lean body mass — but it can mean more bodyfat.
Serious weight-training athletes don't want to gain fat weight. They want to gain lean body mass — muscular and strong weight. That's why top bodybuilders and pro athletes are switching to Monster Mix to achieve significant gains in lean, ripped muscle mass.