I have been using Mutant Plexx stacked with cycle armor and have seen great results. MAKE SURE U GET A LIVER SUPPORT! My muscles feel a lot fuller and I have gotten lots of strength gains in the gym. I started off doing 185 on bench for 6-8 reps before I started the mutant. Now I'm on my 4th week and I'm benching 225 for 3 reps feeling really strong and controlled. I'm benching 225 for the first time in my life and have put on about 10 pounds. I started at about 173-175 now I'm weighing in about 183-185. I take 1st mutant dose at 8 am having it next to my bed with water. I then take the next 2 doses 5 hours apart from each other, 1 at 1pm and 1 at 6pm. I take the 2 liver supports cycle armor with breakfast every morning. Make sure you eat a lot of good calories and drink a lot of water. Have a carb load day once in a while to feed ur muscles. DONT FORGET TO DO CARDIO AT LEAST MO-FRI OR 5 OUT OF 7 DAYS of your workout schedule. Buy a gallon jug and just fill it up everyday and track ur water intake. Also if you are a hard gainer buy a mass gainer( Russian bear, serious mass, etc.) and mix couple scoops in a whole gallon of whole milk. Keep sipping on the milk for extra calories throughout the week. Before going to bed I would do 100 pushups and a couple days a week some forearm work. Don't forget to also take your rest days but remember you only have an x amount of supplement so don't waste days take full advantage of your time cause once 4 weeks goes by ur done. A lot more gym endurance and no side effects.
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