Title says it all. I just received my M Stak today and am curious as to how they are different. Reps for those who help
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M-stak improves muscle hardness, makes you eat alot more, and speeds up protien synthesis.
Not sure about stak- Most people fail in life not because they aim too high and miss, but because they aim too low and hit.
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05-09-2011, 03:31 PM #4
From here - http://www.animalpak.com/html/articl...ils.cfm?ID=213
Cycled supplement. Animal Stak is a specialty pro-testosterone supplement. Stak can help your body improve: (1) existing test levels and (2) overall test function/ratios. This second point is crucial here. Animal Stak can help you utilize the test you already have, emphasizing "free testosterone" ratios. Though you may have high test levels, if it's bound up as “total” test, you can't tap into it. Stak was designed to address this. Suited for lifters over 25 or those who "low" free test levels.
Cycled supplement. Animal M-Stak is a “natural” pro-anabolic designed especially for “hardgainers” (those who have a hard time putting on weight) and those on a "bulk". M-Stak can help increase anabolism via protein synthesis and nitrogen retention. M-Stak can help shuttle more of the calories you eat into lean mass, not body fat (nutrient-partitioning), making this product ideal for those lifters looking for lean gains.
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