Reach your hardcore training goals with the help of essential supplements that speed up recovery and keep you performing at your best.

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

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I use to gain muscle mass?

To gain muscle and weight, you need to stay in a constant caloric surplus. Using the Whole Food Gainer, Muscle Fuel STS, Anabolic Carb, Fast Grow Anabol gH, or Hyperbolic Mass gH—all of which are taken after training—will help significantly. Refer to individual products on the website for directions of usage. You can also add L-Glutamine powder—which is taken before training—to prevent full muscle breakdown, caused by fatigue during training. Make sure to get enough sleep during your rest hours (7–9 hours of sleep), eat well balanced whole food meals during your awake hours, and train or exercise hard and long.

How can I gain lean muscle without gaining excessive fat?

We recommend using the Fast Grow Anabol gH or Hardcore Whey gH paired with a BCAA and a pre-workout. Note that all our products are only effective when combined with a balanced, energy-restricted eating plan and regular physical activity. Please visit our website for free exercise and meal plans for attaining lean muscle.

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

BlueLab® 100% Whey is a premium quality whey protein matrix, and Hardcore Whey gH is a protein matrix combined with Testo Tribulus and creatine monohydrate. Hardcore Whey gH is not suitable for people under the age of 18.

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.