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Go From Scrawny to Brawny


A lot of bodybuilders start out skinny—proverbial 90-pound weaklings dreaming of bigger, better bodies as they wipe sand out of their eyes (I was a 119-pound weakling, actually). Those hardgainer types have jack-hammer metabolisms, high cortisol from being overstressed and often forget to eat. All of that makes it extremely difficult to pack on muscle, even with the perfect training strategy.

Isopure has a solution: Isopure Mass. It’s billed as the company’s go-big supplement—and for good reason. It’s loaded with 86 grams of carbs, 600 calories and 53 grams of protein from pure whey isolate per serving. It tastes absolutely delicious too—not too sweet and not too thick—all while being completely lactose-free. Flavors include Dutch chocolate and creamy vanilla. You can even get it in seven-pound buckets. Now, that’s how you go big!

Of course, you can use half or two-thirds of a serving, which would be an ideal postworkout insulin-surging, amino-loaded shake for any bodybuilder.

For more on Isopure Mass and other Isopure products, including low-carb protein powders, smoothies and RTDs, visit www.TheIsopureCompany.com.

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