BAD ASS® MASS 7 kg

BAD ASS® MASS 7 kg

New generation gainer. Mass gainer powder for preparing a nutritional protein and carbohydrate drink enriched with creatine and L-glutamine. Designed for adults performing high intensity excercise.

Food supplement. BAD ASS MASS gainer is a product enriching the daily diet with a complex of complete proteins and carbohydrates, supplemented with optimally specified servings of creatine monohydrate and L-glutamine. The proposed formula will prove useful as a form of support during mass building and modeling of a muscular body. The product has been prepared in the form of an easily soluble powder, which makes it possible to prepare a delicious and nutritious shake with incredible taste. The supplement is recommended for people seeking a convenient source of valuable calories and essential nutrients – the preparation is recommended for amateur and professional enthusiasts of strength and endurance sports.

What are the benefits of BAD ASS MASS?
  • Over 390 valuable calories in a single serving – ideal for people building mass and shaping a muscular physique
  • As much as 30 g of a high-class protein complex – a well-thought-out composition of as many as 5 different forms of protein with various kinetics of absorption – heterogeneous rate of release of amino acids and nutrients
  • Protein contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass and helps maintain a healthy bone structure[1,2,3,4]
  • Complete protein – rich in up to 8g of BCAA complex – exogenous amino acids can help in protein synthesis process and reduce the consequences of strenuous physical activity[1,5,6,7]
  • Carbohydrates can be valuable for proper muscle function, e.g. by affecting glycogen resynthesis after intensive workouts[1,4,8]
  • Creatine helps to increase physical performance during short-term and intense exercise and may be beneficial in the context of body composition gains[1,4,9,10]
  • L-glutamine is recognized as an amino acid that may prove to be a valuable support for improved performance and endogenous synthesis of L-cytrulline[11,12]
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(EN) BAD ASS® MASS. Food supplement. With sweetener. New generation gainer. Mass gainer powder for preparing a nutritional protein and carbohydrate drink enriched with creatine and L-glutamine. Designed for adults performing high intensity excercise. Protein contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. Creatine increases physical performance in successive bursts of short-term, high intensity exercise, beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 3 g of creatine.

Ingredients: maltodextrin, protein complex [whey protein concentrate (from milk), buttermilk, whey protein isolate (from milk), hydrolysed whey protein concentrate (from milk), micellar casein (from milk)], cocoa1, creatine monohydrate, L-glutamine, thickener (xanthan gum), red beet juice concentrate7,10,12, flavourings1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,14,16, flavouring13,15, colour/s (E150c2,3,9, E160a3,4,11, E16310), cocoa14,15, instant coffee16, sweetener (sucralose).

Recommended use: Mix 2 scoops of powder (100 g) with 200-400 ml of water or skimmed milk. Use 1 serving 45-75 minutes before workout and 1 serving immediately after workout. During non-training days use 1 serving between meals.

Warnings: Do not use if you are allergic to any of the supplement compounds. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used instead of a varied, well-balanced diet. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. May contain cereals (gluten), eggs, soy. After supplement consumption weight increase may be observed. Keep out of reach of young children.

Flavours: Chocolate1, Chocolate-nuts2, Toffee3, Banana4, Vanilla5, Vanilla-almonds6, Strawberry7, White chocolate with coconut8, Cookies with cream9, White chocolate-cranberry10, Strawberry-banana11, Raspberry12, Pistachio13, Bunty14, Snikers15, Cafe frappe16.

BAD ASS® MASS. Food supplement
Serving size: 2 Scoops (100 g) Servings per container: 70
Nutrition Value 100 g 200 g
Energy 1660 kJ / 391 kcal 3320 kJ / 783 kcal
Fat 2,6 g 5,2 g
   of which saturates 1,7 g 3,4 g
Carbohydrate 62 g 124 g
   of which sugars 10 g 20 g
Protein 30 g 60 g
Salt 0,41 g 0,82 g
Creatine monohydrate 2500 mg 5000 mg
   of which creatine 2200 mg 4400 mg
L-glutamine 1500 mg 3000 mg
Branched chain amino acids 8000 mg 16000 mg