I'm not sure if anyone else has heard about this magical stack that has been all over social networking. The idea is to take a muscle building supplement and then stack it with a testosterone/male enhancement supplement and the fat will just "melt" off. It was said that this was the route that the actors took in the movie 300. While researching this, I came across an article on Men's Fitness' website about which I thought was a credible source. It gave a full review of of the stack in which the author took Muscle Factor X and stacked it with Maximizer. The results were roughly 15 pounds of muscle gained and 17 pounds of fat lost. However, the next time I went to the site they had taken out Muscle Factor X and replaced it with a product called Optimal Stack and the article was exactly the same; just everywhere Muscle Factor X was, it was now replaced with Optimal Stack including in the reviews section and testimonies. I also checked again today and the products had changed once again while the article and reviews remained exactly the same. I am very skeptical about potentially using this and also none of the products or brands mentioned are found in the bodybuilding store. I just want to know if anyone has tried this stack or if it's just a giant scam. Please reply to tell me your thoughts, thanks.
09-25-2012, 06:28 PM #1
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02-13-2013, 10:16 AM #4
02-13-2013, 10:39 AM #5
Ignore the social media crap.
Actors are usually "edited" in some way in the movie. Or if its a big name actor like Christian Bale for example they get massive amount of training and personal help.
15 pounds of muscle gain is outside the realm for someone who has been going to the gym for a while and doing everything right (in a normal span of time a product is used for). 17 pounds of fat loss is doable.
Now a person could do fat loss with muscle gain, but that takes a lot of focus on diet and training. More than most people can do without a fair bit of experience and knowledge.Crispy Bacon
02-13-2013, 10:47 AM #6
I need help
I'm 28 6'4 and 195 lbs. when I started I was 175 lbs 8 months a go. I'm trying to get to 215 but I can't eat as much as I need to do to my work. Can anyone help me pleas if there's any supplements that can help me get to my goal. Any help would be greatly apricheated. So pleas help me out get to my goal.
02-13-2013, 10:51 AM #7
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05-02-2013, 04:40 PM #8
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