Build muscle mass, enhance recovery and accelerate muscle tissue formation with the vitamins and minerals your body needs to keep going after your mass gain goals.

*Be sure to combine your supplements with a balanced eating plan and regular exercise.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What products should I use if I’m a woman who wants to gain mass?

USN’s Muscle Fuel STS is ideal for female mass gain. It is a four-stage glycomatrix carb system with a five-stage sustained transport system (STS) and an optimum muscle supporting amino acid base. It’s easy to mix and conveniently quick to prepare. The USN Wholefood Gainer is also a great vegan and vegetarian mass gainer that is free from testo boosters and creatine. You can order it from our online store.

Does USN Hyperbolic Mass help increase muscle mass?

Hyperbolic Mass is ideal for extreme muscle and mass gains, improved power and strength output as well as enhanced recovery and protein synthesis. It contains a large amount of calories that will ensure you are in a calorie surplus for mass gaining.

What is the difference between Hyperbolic Mass gH and Fast Grow Anabol gH?

Fast Grow Anabol gH has a lower carbohydrate content per serving than Hyperbolic Mass gH. The rest of the formulation is quite similar.

What is the difference between Creatine HCL and Creatine Monohydrate?

Creatine HCL mixes and absorbs better than Creatine Monohydrate, which means that you do not need a loading phase when using Creatine HCL. Creatine HCL is used for explosive performance boosts and lean muscle mass gains, whereas Creatine Monohydrate is used for bulk muscle mass gains. Creatine Monohydrate also increases muscle volume, of which Creatine HCL does not. Both forms of creatine help with increasing the peak power output of the muscles and help in enhancing energy replenishment. This in turn helps with a faster overall recovery time. Remember to increase your water intake when using any form of creatine.

What is the difference between BCAA Amino + and BCAA 12:1:1?

The branched-chain amino acid ratios of these two products are different. BCAA Amino + has twice the amount of leucine compared to isoleucine and valine, whereas BCAA 12:1:1 has twelve times the amount of leucine compared to isoleucine and valine.