HyperBolic Mass has been scientifically designed to help you achieve your calorie intake and muscle-building goals
HyperBolic Mass has been scientifically designed to help you achieve your calorie intake and muscle-building goals
Average rating based on 12 reviews
"I've had great gains with this product over the past few months, used immediately after workouts or as a meal replacement on rest days, combined with a healthy, balanced diet. I use half-portions (150G, ~600 cals, 25g protein) to make the tub last longer. Wouldn't consider changing to another product."
"Is a good supplement, only a supplement, don't do miracles but helps in gains. The taste "strowberry" is awesome.
"tastes great (vanilla) really easy to drink the full serving, saw great gains, highly recommend it"
"Didn't no what to expect with this product but I was pleasantly suprised. I got great gainers without the bloating stomach or excess fat. I went from 71kg to 78kg while using this product (along with a good diet and training). I had strawberry and it tasted great, word of advice when using a shaker, shake and leave for 5 mins as this will allow it to fully dissolve and make it far easier to drink. overall top product!"
"the serving on this are a bit crazy and i only did 1 shake a day. the next time i use this i will try 2 servings a day.
From two scoops of Hyperbolic Mass you can expect 34grams of protein and 146grams of carbohyrates. Two scoops is fine to take with this product.
They are both pretty much the same product. Hyperbolic mass just simply has more calories and carbs.
No. perfectly fine.
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If you are going to take a seperate creatine product, then you may want to go with the Mutant Mass. If you aren't taking a seperate creatine product, go with the Anabolic. Ensure to take 2 servings per day (one after training on training days). If you find you are gaining too fast (and you're getting too much fat gain) you can drop one of the servings to 2 scoops. However, be aware that depending upon your training, diet, genetics, etc you have to expect to gain some fat when you gain muscle because you have to eat a lot of calories. for best results, just stay on the gaining cycle for 2 to 4 months and then worry about losing the fat later.
You won't find a more effective mass gainer than Mass-Tech. It has the calories, protein and creatine that you need to grow! If you are using 2 full servings of Mass-Tech and you aren't gaining, you must either have a VERY fast metabolism, not be eating too much food or you must be burning a LOT of calories. If it's one of the last two, you need to make some changes. You definitely need to eat more food and possibly do less cardio or whatever activities that are burning so many extra calories.
You have to accept that to gain muscle you will probably gain some fat due to the requirenment for more calories to build muscle. You must build muscle first and then worry about stripping the fat afterwords. Just don't gain too quickly and you shouldn't put on too much fat. Aim for 1 or 2 lbs per week after the first week or two. Hyperbolic Mass is a quality weight gainer and contains creatine and other ingredients. Start off taking a half serving twice daily and adjust based upon your gains.
BOTH - Hyperbolic is a calorie dense shake which will help you meet your daily calorie needs for putting on mass. You can use whey protein with or in-between meals as a protein booster.
If your new to using supplements the an all-in-one would be perfect. Start with this as it has everything you need for gaining mass.
Hyperbolic contains much higher carbs and calories per serving so may be better for gaining mass quicker.
I would strongly advocate that you speak with your GP regarding this; though I cannot see any comprehensible reason why it would be harmful to your health and well-being to take said supplement, to reiterate the above, it is best that you seek confirmation from a medical professional prior to taking any sports nutrition supplements.
If you are not taking any other post work out supplement then take one full ( 3 scoops ) serving directly after your workout. This product can be used any time of the day or night. Best used in between meals but can be used in place of a meal if needed but ideally you should continue eating the same amount of food in addition to this product. please refer to manufactures directions of use on the product.
Hi, It is advisable that you adhere closely to product guidelines for the best results. For Hyperbolic Mass, these are stated as follows: "As a dietary supplement, start off by adding 3 level scoops to 375-450ml of cold water or full cream milk, and then move onto 6 level scoops with 750-900ml water/milk after a week." It is recommended that you consume two-three servings daily, depending on your goal. For example, you could have a serving with breakfast (or mid-morning), then a serving post-workout (with an extra serving mid-afternoon if necessary). Though it is stated that three scoops equate to one serving, you may find that halving this (or splitting the scoops and having smaller servings throughout the day) is easier. After a week, you should be aiming to increase your servings to around double the quantity you had in the initial week. I hope you find the above information helpful.
Hyperbolic Mass can help individuals to gain weight, especially if they find it difficult to do this via their daily meals alone, or struggle to eat all the calories necessary to gain weight. I would begin by taking two servings daily, perhaps mid-morning and post-exercise (if applicable, otherwise, mid-afternoon) in addition to three healthy, balanced meals. If you find you need to add an extra serving to your daily intake, this will become apparent if you are not gaining the weight you desire after a couple of weeks. Please remember that for best results, dietary supplements are designed to be used in conjunction with a sensible eating and exercise regime. I hope this information addresses your query.
This very much depends upon the person but generally - Nothing builds muscle like the “Big Five” - deadlifts, squats, pull ups, bench presses and rows! However, machines like the leg press, lat pull down, leg curl and calf machines are also crucial to augment basic exercises. I would even go as far as to say that these are really the only machines you need unless you are an advanced, competitive bodybuilder or have sport-specific training needs. So a split routine and do 2-3 sets of 2-3 different exercises for each major muscle group - calves, thighs, hamstrings, abs, chest, back, shoulders, traps, biceps, triceps. There are numerous theries and training methodologies but you have to find the one that works best for you.
Each individual will be different as to how many calories to consume before they put on muscle and fat. The general rule of thumb would be 500kcal per day excess, this would equate to 3500kcal a week resulting in 1 lb gain ideally. 3 scoops of Hyperbolics mass would be equivalent of one serving and a bit hit of 1200kcal. If you are lacking calories from your food, which should be your main nutrition then you can supplement more with the Hyperbolic mass in times of convenience etc.
It will be enough if your diet is also good, it depends on training, nutrition and also your genetics as to how easily you will put on mass.
This product contains quality protein, lots of calories, creatine and other muscle-building ingredients, so it will definitely help you get good results. However, your gains depend upon how you train, how good your genetics are, how much food you eat, how fast your metabolism is, etc. The key is to keep eating more food and/or using more of the Gainer until you are gaining about 1 kilo per week.
If you are trying to gain, take it at least once per day. You should start out taking a half serving twice daily and then increase this if you are not gaining weight - it's a simple numbers game, if the numbers on the scale don't go up then the number or size of servings should go up. Take one of your servings right after training.
If this is the only supplement you are taking that contains protein and carbs, then take one serving after training. You can have the other serving first thing in the morning or between meals. Some people adjust the serving size down a bit and use 3 servings daily but it depends upon your diet. One key is that you have to keep eating as much food or more than you did before to be sure of making gains!
This will dependent upon a number of factors, including your body composition, the regularity/intensity of any exercise you are doing, the quality and consistency of your diet, as well as your individual goals. I would begin by taking two servings daily, perhaps mid-morning and one post-training, in addition to three healthy, balanced meals. If you find you need to add an extra serving to your daily intake, this will become apparent if you are not gaining the weight you desire after a couple of weeks. Please remember that for best results, dietary supplements are designed to be used in conjunction with a sensible eating and exercise regime.
Mass gainers are designed to increase your calorie intake via (mostly) a concentrated supply of protein and carbohydrates; they are helpful for those individuals who struggle to get adequate calories from food alone, or perhaps have a fast metabolism/are very active. Weight gainers are intended as supplements (or meal replacements for convenience), and should ideally be utilised in conjunction with sensible eating habits and regular exercise. I would advise gradually incorporating physical activity into your routine, until you cultivate a regime that suits your lifestyle and fitness goals.
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The product is not likely to put stones on your in days or weeks, however it will help put on some good quality muscle mass if used with a good diet and exercise regime, your body will adapt to small increments in weight so you won't lose speed, its rapid weight gain that will slow you down and this won't be too fast as its a natural compound.
best to take muscle fuel anabolic around 60-90 min prior to training.
It is always recommendable that you present a list of ingredients to your superiors, as though it is unlikely that USN supplements will contain any banned substances, legislation can vary from country to country, so it is best to be cautious (there is in fact a statement included in the labelling for Hyperbolic Mass which recommends that you visit the USN website for more information with regards to prohibited substances in sport).
This will depend largely on the suitability and consistency of your training regime; adequate protein intake is indeed, important in supporting muscular development, but core results will occur predominantly through exercise – especially weight lifting. What protein can do (in addition to the above) is aid muscle recovery and repair, and facilitate the growth of new tissue. How quickly you achieve results will also depend upon your current physique and unique fitness goals. There is no definitive answer, I am afraid.
Yes, you can separate your servings if this works better for you.
This all depends on how many calories a day your body needs to gain weight. Try it for a week and if no difference increase the serving.
Take immediately post workout and any time non training days.
For best results take this product daily. One serving should be right after training unless you are also using a specific post-workout supplement.
Either of these products will work similarly but with Hyperbolic you'll have to adjust the serving size depending upon your goals. How much fat you gain when mass building depends upon your genetics, training type, intensity and duration, and especially your diet. the main tip is to not gain too fast as then more gains are likely to be fat. With any gainer, you can taylor the serving size to your requirements. Aim to gain 1 or 2 kilos per week (more early on and less as you increase in weight). Start with 2 half servings daily and if you gain too fast, then cut back the serving size. Increase it if you are gaining too slowly.
Sorry I'm not sure what you are asking. If you want to know whether taking Hyperbolic Mass with 19 Anabol will be helpful for mass gains then the answer is definitely YES.
It is advisable that you take this supplement on training days, inclusive of your cardiovascular workouts, adhering to product guidelines where possible. These are stated as: "As a dietary supplement, start off by adding 3 level scoops to 375-450ml of cold water or full cream milk, and then move onto 6 level scoops with 750-900ml water/milk after a week." Provided you are following a healthy diet, coupled with your aforementioned training regime, you should begin to see results relatively rapidly, depending upon your current physique.
Yes, give it a go and see how you get on. expect to see noticeable differences after the 2nd tub.
To be honest you have nailed it on the head. The formulations are pretty much identical and the only thing that differs is the higher carb and calorie content of Hyperbolic mass which then places it in the category of a weight gainer.
Unfortunately not, it contains Milk protein.
Gaining weight is simply down to consuming more calories on a daily basis than you are burning. A few extra products we would recommend would be Muscletech Anator P70 and Labrada Hica Max to add to your stack.
You should aim to take this supplement as directed, which is three level scoops, added to 375-450ml of cold water or milk daily, for one week. This can then be increased to six scoops daily, added to 750-900ml of water/milk thereafter. Servings can be separated if need be. You could choose to take Hyperbolic Mass after your workout.
It is best to take one 3 scoop serving directly after your workout. Also consume 1-2 servings during the day, best between meals. Please refer to manufactures directions of use.
A weight gainer serves to provide a concentrated source of calories derived from carbohydrates, protein and some fats; they usually serve two purposes: to aid in building lean muscle tissue, or to help individuals gain weight who struggle to do this by diet alone. If your calorie intake is surplus to your body's energy requirements and you do not have a regular exercise routine set in place, then you will gain weight - in the form of body fat (mostly due to the high carbohydrate content of weight gainers). This is advantageous if you are perhaps considered underweight, and are wishing to increase your level of body fat. However, you will not gain lean muscle mass by taking this product alone; in order to do this, a combination of weight training with the correct intake of carbohydrates, proteins and fats is necessary. Used in this way, a supplement such as the above will help to prevent the breakdown of muscle tissue following exercise, aid recovery/repair, and encourage the storage of macronutrients essential for building muscle. I hope the above information assists with your query.
Ordinarily, I would not recommend that any persons under the age of eighteen take dietary supplements, because as an adolescent, your body is still growing and developing. However, if you are an extremely active individual, then depending on your current physique, it may well be that you would benefit from some sort of supplement. It will also depend on how far away you are from your eighteenth Birthday - if you are fifteen, I do not advocate that you take any supplement, but if you are seventeen and nine months, say, then it would be fine to do so. I would perhaps recommend USN Muscle Fuel Mass 2kg, £35.99, instead - this can be utilised as a a post-exercise recovery drink, or taken inbetween meals to maximise nutrient intake.
Hi, Consuming a serving post-training is definitely advisable; the second serving can be taken to bridge any nutritional gaps, and/or with breakfast. Please remember that you can segregate servings if need be, i.e., halve your serving sizes to total four, if wanted. This is often a more effective, easier way of taking the recommended daily quantity of Hyperbolic Mass.
Hi, They are slightly different in terms of which product category they fall into, which is probably why it is difficult to give a definitive answer, as use of either will depend upon individual requirements. Muscle Fuel Anabolic is an all-in-one supplement, which can be taken pre and post-training, and in between meals (if necessary). It is an excellent recovery product, and also contains creatine and a natural test-booster to enhance performance. If you are looking for ease of use, and do not wish to take a plethora of products, I would advise opting for Muscle Fuel Anabolic. Hyperbolic Mass is a weight gainer which contains a high level of carbs. – ideal if you’re someone who struggles to gain/maintain weight without negatively impacting existing muscle mass. So in answer to your question, the latter can increase your calorie/carb. intake significantly (it provides 220g per serving); the former is much lower in carbs. (78g), but is classified as an all-in-one as opposed to a weight gainer, which is why there is often discrepancy between the two; your goals, training regime and individual composition will dictate the more suitable product for you. I hope this helps.
Judging by the ingredients, I would say that more than likely, this is suitable for vegetarians, but as this is not stated on the product’s label, I would say this cannot be guaranteed. Also, please bear in mind that Hyperbolic Mass is likely to be manufactured in an environment which also handles ingredients such as CLA (of which can be of animal origin) and fish oils.
Hi Crys, Hyperbolic Mass is best if you have a really fast metabolism and aren't willing to increase your food intake enough to gain weight. If you need a moderate increase in calories, protein, etc, then go with Muscle Fuel Anabolic. Both have a combination of creatine and other muscle and strength aids.