Animal Pack M Stack from Universal Nutrition, 21 paks
What is anabolic? Protein synthesis. Nitrogen retention. Nutrition-partitioning. What is Animal M-Stak? A natural supplement which helps boost anabolism without prohormones. Perfect for "hardgainers" and drug-tested athletes.
“I don't need bullshit supplements out there for those 110 lb. guys... I just need hardcore stuff that works. I'm a hardgainer. Not the strongest man in the gym, but I hold my own. I'm 5'8" at 230 lb. with 18" arms. M-Stak helped me put on more mass and train like an animal in the gym. You guys keep up the good work and I"ll train my balls off in the gym and spread the word of Animal to everyone who asks me."
- K. Ly, San Francisco, CA
You don't talk smack. You don’t bullshit when you’re in the gym. You don’t chase ass. You just lift. Plain and simple. There something so peaceful about it, yet something so violent. To get motivated, you dig deep... Deep into yourself. You imagine a little man looking back at you in the mirror. So you take your anger out on the weights. You punish them. Yeah, this is what you call motivation. This is what drives you. You expect a lot out of yourself and your supplements. That's why you use Animal M-Stak. Animal M-Stak gets the job done.
Without a doubt, some of the best, most potent anabolic underground "supplements" have originated in Eastern Europe, substances used twenty years ago by the likes of East German Olympic athletes to increase strength and performance. Tribulus, for example, was first used by Bulgarian powerlifters to shatter world powerlifting records.
Animal M-Stak was built upon the foundation of those underground traditions. Animal M-Stak has also been thoroughly tested by elite bodybuilders and strength athletes. The results of this marriage were clear. Both competitive and non-competitive lifters agree. Animal M-Stak works. Plain and simple.
So what do you get with the Animal M-Stak? Each convenient, single serve pack contains an active dose of over 8,000 milligrams of muscle-building ingredients. Animal M-Stak's core is made up of a unique flavone and phytoecdysterone complex, including three chemically-active substances: Ecdysterone, Ipriflavone, and Methoxyisoflavone. Methoxyisoflavone and Ipriflavone are potent flavones which have some incredible implications for bodybuilders and strength athletes looking to gain quality muscle weight.
Both Methoxy and Ipriflavone have the ability to shuttle nutrients such as protein, carbs and fat towards lean mass accumulation rather than fat deposition, improve protein synthesis, and increase nitrogen retention. According to its U.S. and German Patents, flavones like methoxy "produce a significant weight gain increase..." and is "an anabolically effective compound for use as a pharmaceutical...."
When combined with Beta-Ecdysterone (ecdysone), Animal M-Stak really performs. Studies in Eastern Europe and Russia have examined the anabolic role of ecdysterones. Researchers there have found that natural Ecdysterone possessed a wide spectrum of anabolic effects on muscle. In addition, like Methoxy and Ipriflavone, Ecdysterone also has the ability to increase total body mass.
You also get GH secretagogues such as Ornithine AKG, Arginine, and BCAA's to boost growth hormone levels and IGF-1, powerful anabolic hormones responsible for fat loss and increased muscle size. We've included "natural" testosterone boosters such as Tribulus Extract, ALC, and special forms of Zinc and Magnesium. Insulin is regulated by our Insulin Potentiators. We help your body preserve higher serum testosterone with our exclusive DHT/estrogen blockers, like the ones found in Animal Stak.
Finally, we deliver a proprietary Metabolic Energy Complex. You get a carefully selected blend of herbs and compounds including caffeine and cordyceptic acid. Cordyceptic acid is a new ingredient and it comes from the herb, Cordyceps. Cordyceps contains nucleotides which can affect energy at the cellular level. All in all, Animal M-Stak is a complete package. So what are you waiting for?
• Natural bodybuilders & powerlifters
• Maximizing muscle gains naturally
• Optimizing Test & GH levels
Take one pak once a day, every day for 3 weeks (21 days). On training days, take the pak 45 minutes prior to exercise. On non-training days, take it between meals. Due to the potent nature of Animal M-Stak, be sure to cycle a week off between every three week "on" cycles.
Selected Ingredient Profile:
Natural Flavone Complex
• Arginine Pyroglutamate
• Ornithine Alpha-Ketoglutarate
• Lysine Hydrochloride
Luteinizing Hormone Boosters
DHT & Estrogen Blockers
• Kudzu (Flavones)
• Saw Palmetto
• Alpha Lipoic Acid (Thioctic Acid)
• Chromium Picolinate
• Milk Thistle
When you want to fully maximize muscle, performance, and strength, and you want to fully optimize your body's anabolic drive, stack Animal M-Stak with Animal Pump.
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