Myostatin Blast

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Infinite Labs Myostatin Blast Stack may help to:

Support muscle performance*

Support power and endurance*

Support recovery from exercise*

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Are there any legit supplements to reduce myostatin?  The answer is YES!! Three supplements have clinically been shown to reduce myostatin levels.  Researchers reported in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition that three supplements reduced myostatin:

1.)    Creatine
2.)    Leucine
3.)    HMB

Researchers injected muscle cells fibers with myostatin, but all three supplements, creatine, HMB, and Leucine reduced the effects of myostatin.  Interestingly, while muscle cell fibers treated with myostatin showed a significant decrease in muscle fiber diameter, this effect was reversed in all three treatment groups (Leucine, HMB, and creatine).  

Key Points:  Although many supplements are claiming to reduce myostatin, the only one’s clinically been shown to reduce myostatin are leucine, HMB, and creatine.  If a lifter is looking to maximize gains, one may consider taking all three supplements for maximal gains.


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