Max-OT Supplement Plan

I have laid out quite a bit of information on the ever confusing world of supplements here. My goal is not to make this an end all on supplements. That’s coming next. What I’m doing here is giving you the straight scoop on what supplements work best and why. But where do you go from here? You certainly don’t need to take each and every supplement listed. Some you need to take all the time. Some you can experiment with at different times. This brings us to the question of how to design a supplement program that you are going to get the most out of.

If you remember, last week I talked extensively about calories, protein, carbohydrates, and fat. I detailed a very complete diet and supplement program utilizing many of the supplements discussed here.

I want to make it very clear that if you want to build muscle, you must first meet the macro-nutrient requirements and energy needs of your body before you begin looking into adding more “effect” specific supplements

I have detailed the diet from last week’s lesson and I have added a specific pro-hormone program to i, as well as, Multi-Pro 32X, GABA, and NAC. The additions are detailed in red so they will stand out.

Meal 1 – 6:00AM

  • 1 serving of Raptor-HP mixed with 16 ounces of skim milk and 1 serving of Micronized Creatine
  • 2 grams of GL3 L-Glutamine
  • 1 MultiPro 32X

Meal 2 – 9:00AM

  • 2 servings VP2 Whey Isolate mixed in 10 ounces of skim milk
  • 1 large apple

Meal 3 12:00PM

  • 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 – 3:00PM

  • 1 serving of Raptor-HP mixed with 16 ounces of skim milk and 5 to 10 grams of GL3 L-Glutamine
  • 1 large banana


  • 2 Dymetadrine Xtreme
  • 1 VyoPro Protein Bar

Meal 5 – 6:00PM (Post-workout)

  • 2 servings VP2 Whey Isolate combined with 1 serving DGC and Micronized Creatine mixed in fruit juice. (A Snapple drink works perfect and comes in many flavors for variety. 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 – 7:00PM

  • 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 – 10:00PM

  • 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.)
  • 1 MultiPro 32X


  • 5 Grams GABA mixed with 6 ounces of orange juice


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