Mass Tech by MuscleTech

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$94.95 RRP: 129.95

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95

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13

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svgfast metabolisms
svghard labour workers
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Potential Benefits

svgcontains nutrients that assist in muscle gain
svgheavily increases weight gain
svghighly filling
svgreplanishes drastic calorie losses

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Mass Tech by MuscleTech

New MASS-TECH® is an advanced muscle mass gainer designed for any individual that has a tough time adding size, is in their bulking phase, and/or wants to break through their strength plateaus. MASS-TECH features 80g of protein when mixed with 2 cups of skim milk, which supplies fast, medium, and slow-digesting proteins. The multi-phase protein system provides critical amino acids to the body at varying speeds for extended delivery of amino acids in the blood. The new, powerful formula now delivers a massive 1170 calories derived from high-quality protein and quickly digested carbohydrates, as well as specialised fats. It is the most versatile weight gainer available, which can be taken once daily or split into two separate half servings. The formula’s protein dose when mixed with 2 cups of skim milk supplies a massive 13 grams of BCAAs and 7g of Leucine, which help fuel your skeletal muscles, preserve muscle glycogen stores, and help to reduce the amount of protein breakdown. The full-spectrum formula contains less saturated fat than other weight gainers and is formulated with 5 grams of omega-rich fats, which provides energy-dense calories.

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