My friend came across this supplement called Muscle Mass Fury. On the tub it says its a weight gainer but by reading the information at the back i've never come across a weight gainer with these stats combined:
Per Serving: 380 calories, 42g protein, 45g carbohydrates, 3.6g fat
That's nearly a 1:1 ratio of protein:carbs and that amount of calories seems way too low compared to other weight gainers ive seen on the market. To be honest this product has really intrigued me as at the moment I am trying to develop my abdominal quickly before July for my holiday. I am currently on Nutrisport 90+ protein but with the strict diet I am on at the moment i feel my body size has shrunk so i am thinking of maybe jumping on to this shake as from the reviews many people have written that they have gained good mass size yet very little fat once consuming this product.
Would you guys call this product a weight gainer? Does anyone else know of any other products on the market with stats similar to this?
05-11-2013, 04:07 PM #1
Muscle Mass Fury, a mix between a weight gainer and protein shake??
05-11-2013, 04:47 PM #2
That sounds like a pretty nice product. Mass gainers are essentially the same as normal whey protein powders, just serving size boosted to the max. Can't think of any similar ratio'd products off the top of my head.Blue Star Nutraceuticals™ ~ Better By Design™
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05-12-2013, 04:46 AM #3
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05-12-2013, 02:28 PM #6
Since no one has addressed this-
The way you're speaking leads me to believe that you're not 100% sure about how exactly calories work. You said you wanted to jump on the product because other people gained good mass off of it. The product itself is not the reason for the mass gain. It is used to add calories to an already well planned diet; to supplement it. Take in more than you burn= weight gain... Take in less= weight loss. The carb to protein ratio is a little different and may suit your goals, and that would be reason behind why you would buy this product. Good luck"Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good." (Romans 12:21 ESV)
05-13-2013, 07:40 AM #7
Ty for your reply. For the moment I want to develop my abdominals so I am in taking less calories than I burn but I don't want to lose overall size of my body if that makes sense? With this product I feel with the low calorie per serving it contains plus its carb : protein ratio will help me maintain and possibly increase in size yet not put on much weight on my stomach if I continue to work out on my abs twice a week.