Dietary supplements tied to a Dianabol cycle will not replace a quality diet, but they will be your allies for attaining excellent results during a treatment.
Extensive mass gains require consumption of Whey, Casein and BCAA*.
Whey is an isolated protein originating from cow milk cheese. Cow milk protein is made of 20% whey and 80% casein.
This supplement is used at the end of your weightlifting session to bring amino acids to your muscles very quickly and stop catabolism.
Casein is consumed in the evening, because it is a slow assimilation protein that facilitates muscle regeneration. Its slow diffusion of amino acids is instrumental for preventing catabolism. Casein makes up 82% of the total proteins from cow milk.
BCAA stands for branched-chain amino acids. The BCAA are among the 9 main amino acids in the human body. The amino acids that are precursors to proteins include 3 BCAA:
They will oxidize during exercise, providing an additional source of energy to your muscles; but they are also very useful afterwards for improving recovery. Many protein supplements already contain amino acids but it is necessary to have an exclusive, complete and sufficiently concentrated supply that you can properly take advantage of. The combination of these three amino acids is anti-catabolizing.
For dry mass gains you can replace casein with Ignix, which is a powerful fat burner strengthened by L-Carnitine.
L-Carnitine increases the lipid destruction for producing energy. The maximum dosage of this product is 2000mg/day. Beyond this dosage you will experience digestive problems. Adding cardio sessions to your workouts will accelerate the fat loss process.
Now we will talk about gainers, which are a mixture of proteins and carbohydrates. They are used for weight gain along with a large supply of calories, but they tend to cause you to gain fat if you don’t watch your diet.
Amino acids will be useless in this case because they are included in your gainer.
Besides its anti-stress properties, magnesium helps muscle relaxation and contributes to regulating heart rhythm and protein production.
Iron helps build up myoglobin in muscles and encourages vascularization.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant and prolongs the lifespan of red blood cells.
*BCAA: The BCAA are anti-catabolic and generally a compound of branches of amino acids (L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L-valine).