MyoBuild is a Post-Workout Protein Supplement manufactured by MuscleTech. It is designed to feed the muscles with protein, carbs and amino acids immedaitely following a workout to assist in muscle recovery and growth.
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i started looking for a good, non-creatine containing, recovery supplement and started with GNC Amp Amplified Wheybolic Extreme about a year and a half ago. i started feeling better and saw some slight gains/benefits and then GNC jacked the price through the roof. go figure.
feeling much better overall and posting some positive gains with Wheybolic, i decided to step it up a bit and didn't rule out a creatine mix for a recovery supplement. i took Mybuild on a whim when i saw the huge price increase at GNC and since i had already been taking Muscletech Nanostim and liked the results, so moving to Myobuild wasn't a huge stretch.
i can't cite my "stats" here since i don't measure, but i am 6'2"/230 with a 35" waist and i wear a 46-48 long suit just for dimensions. my routine is designed (after years of various goals) to provide some strength gains and weight control. i don't lift for pure strength/power any longer. my routine is more medium weight with higher rep and tempo. i cycled the Myobuild with AI Testopro and Nanostim plus an EAS protein shake.
ok, the Myobuild taste is excellent all in all. it isn't as sweet as a grape juice, etc, which is good. what else can i say.
i did retain some water weight which i didn't enjoy (from the creatine i assume), but i absolutely had a larger, more sustained pump. it had been about 10 years since i took anything with creatine and i had forgotten the effects. i also had a noticeable strength increase. i don't "max out" any longer and i am sorry i can't be more quantitative on the increases.
my soreness/recovery was as good or better than with the Wheybolic Extreme. i cycled off of Myobuild after 8 weeks use and went back to just the Wheybolic for a month. my soreness/recovery was more difficult and noticeable during that month.
i don't do a huge amount of aerobics/running (i had a knee replacement), but i did notice some slight cramping in my calves during the occasional light 2 mile jog. again, i attribute that to the creatine because i had the same issues years ago when i was heavily into creatine supplements. however, that was minor.
all in all, i absolutely made gains in my workout routine (i am sorry i was more anecdotal and not as quantitative as many would like) while taking Myobuild. it worked very well in minimizing my soreness and shortening my recovery time. that is a complicated way of saying that i didn't feel as much an old man and could workout more frequently before needing a rest day. i have recently had to go to a 2 day on with rest day but while using the listed combination, i had many 3-4 days before "needing" a rest day. for you young guys, getting older sucks.
i know that some of what i was feeling/gaining may have been attributed to the Testopro and/or Nanostim, and maybe even a placebo effect, but i think not. bottom line is, i felt strongly and confident enough in Mybuilds positive effect on me that i spent the money (and not from GNC) to start a new cycle while recommending this to others.