Extreme Mass by International Protein
What is Extreme Mass by International Protein?
Are you a “hard gainer”?
Do you wish it was easier to put on size and muscle?
Would you like a way to supplement your daily caloric needs?
Extreme Mass by International Protein is the answer to all of your mass gaining dreams. Providing you with over 40 grams of protein and over 400 calories of clean macronutrients, Extreme Mass is going to be the edge you need to support your recovery, pack on lean muscle, and get huge.
What are the benefits of using Extreme Mass by International Protein?
Extreme Mass by International Protein is a unique mass gainer as it relies of high quality ingredients. Its goal isn’t just to give you MORE calories. The goal of Extreme Mass is to give you more HIGH QUALITY calories. Best of all, you get this unique protein blend with every serving.
Whey Protein Concentrate
Whey Protein Isolate
Hydrolysed Whey Protein Isolate
Utilizing these specific protein types ensures you’ll have a steady supply of amino acids delivered throughout the day. This will help to support your goals of muscle building and sports recovery.
So what can you expect by using Extreme Mass?
Muscle mass support
Elite quality calories for size building
Faster recovery from the additional nutrients
Easy access to a higher caloric intake (1-6)
Who should be using Extreme Mass by International Protein?
Extreme Mass isn’t for the average gym goer who is already happy with their size. Extreme Mass is for the hard gainer who has been struggling for months or years to put on real size. Used as a part of well regimented workout and diet program, Extreme Mass will be the key to achieving your dreams of muscle and mass.
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