Max-OT Mass Building Diet and Supplementation Program

Below is a structured diet and supplementation plan that follows the Max-OT nutrition parameters. You will need to make modifications or adjustments to the actual serving sizes to accommodate your individual body weight and to meet the 53/37/10 – protein, carbohydrate, to fat ratio.

  • Meal 1: 6AM
    1 serving of Raptor-HP mixed with 16 ounces of skim milk and 1 serving of Micronized Creatine
  • Meal 2: 9AM
    2 servings VP2 Whey Isolate mixed in 10 ounces of skim milk
    1 large apple
  • Meal 3: 12PM
    2 grilled chicken breasts
    1 Serving Rice
    1 cup of low-fat Yogurt
    1 serving VP2 Whey Isolate in 8 ounces skim milk.
  • Meal 4: 3PM
    1 serving of Raptor-HP mixed with 16 ounces of skim milk and 5 to 10 grams of GL3 L-Glutamine
    1 large banana
    Pre-Workout
    2 Dymetadrine Xtreme
    1 VyoPro Protein Bar
  • Meal 5: 6PM (Post-workout)
    2 servings VP2 Whey Isolate combined with 1 serving Micronized Creatine and a serving of DGC mixed in cold water. (This is an important meal and is designed for an insulin spike at just the right time to increase creatine and amino acid uptake by the muscle cells.)
  • Meal 6: 7PM
    8 to 10 ounces of lean round or flank steak
    1 large serving of rice
    1 medium baked potato
    1 large green salad
  • Meal 7: 10PM
    1 serving of Raptor-HP mixed with 9 ounces of skim milk
    1 large banana
    3 to 5 grams of GL3 L-Glutamine
    (Mix the Raptor-HP and GL3 in a large bowl into a smooth pudding. Slice the banana on top and eat. It’s a dessert.)

This is a very, very effective diet and supplement program for adding muscle mass. Add this to an intense Max-OT training program and you can’t help but put on muscle.

This diet and supplement program is designed to provide a steady supply of nitrogen yielding protein while actively maintaining proper insulin levels throughout the day. It also integrates with your workout and provides a potent insulin spiking meal supplying bio-active peptides and micronized creatine to take advantage of the unique and very critical “window” created by intense Max-OT training.

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