One of the most important things to do during a mass phase is to intake an adequate amount of quality calories. Without consuming enough “clean” calories, you will never experience consistent gains in lean muscle mass. Therefore, the one nutritional supplement that I prescribe, more often than any other, is simply a good quality meal replacement shake.
Now, in a perfect world, I would have people emphasize a diet consisting of primarily natural, solid food. However, in this increasingly hectic world, I have found that even people with the best intentions still have trouble finding the time to eat the necessary amount of calories to support their mass gaining goals. Therefore, most of my client’s meal plans include 2-3 shakes per day in addition to3-4 solid meals. Even with an intake of 2 shakes every day, this would add up to 14 shakes per week. How many times can you drink just plain chocolate and vanilla without getting tired of it?
For most people not too many. Because of this I’ve developed many interesting and delicious recipes designed to fit into a variety of different meal plans based on your physique goals. In this specific report, I will share with you my 10 most popular shake recipes that pertain to mass building.
Note: Most commercial “Weight Gainers” on the market contain nothing more than a heap of sugar with some low-quality protein. The recipes below contain almost no sugar (with the exception of fruit), and they contain high quality protein, and provide appropriate carbs, fats and fiber.
Note: In all shakes the amount of liquid can be modified to desired consistency. Also, the amount of extracts and spices can be adjusted according to personal preference.