Anabolic Signal Extension and Reinforcement
Massport extends and reinforces the stimulus of training so that every workout yields bigger, stronger muscles, not just some of them. Each ingredient in its Multi-Layered Stimulus Reinforcer Network spreads with capillary-like action into every nook and cranny of muscle, including individual muscle fibers and the extracellular and intravascular spaces, causing it to expand, solidify, and grow even after workout which might have otherwise lacked sufficient myotrophic power to produce gains.*
- Increase Whole-Muscle Mass, Strength, Definition, and Hardness*
- Increase Plasma Volume, Vascularity, and Fullness*
- Support Blood Glucose Recovery and Energy Stabilization*
- Support Whole-Body Glycogen and Protein Anabolism*
- Optimize Muscle Adaption, Growth, and Contractile Performance*
Most bodybuilders and athletes know that in order to elicit the greatest strength and size gains when training, adequate attention must be directed towards the recovery process. After completing an intense training session, your body is starving for the nutrients it needs to repair and recover. Infinite Labs Massport introduces a Multi-layered Stimulus Reinforcing Network that lengthens and supports the myotropic stimulus of your workout by assertively surrounding the muscles with 32 ingredients yielding six components that expand every area of your muscle, including the intravascular, intracellular and extracellular spaces, while simultaneously reducing metabolic stress and re-synthesizing energy. This is the "portal of mass" that Massport takes the muscles through; on the other side of this port awaits the restoring levels of protein and glycogen, thus ensuring your body the adequate recovery it needs to grow larger.*
The muscle "pump" is thought by many to hold the missing links between the act of lifting weights and the stimulation of muscle myotrophy, or the hypertrophy of skeletal muscle tissue. In general, the less effective a particular exercise modality is at producing the pump, the less effective it tends to be at stimulating myotrophy. During exercise, blood flow to the working muscle tissue increases, otherwise known as reactive hyperemia — the higher the exercises' intensity level, the greater the hyperemic response. High-intensity training engorges the muscles with blood, and various metabolic by-products accumulate inside them when the muscles contract, causing water to move inside the muscle fibers via osmosis. This ultimately causes the fibers to swell, or become "pumped". This is thought to trigger biochemical processes (i.e. protein synthesis) that eventually result in muscle fiber hypertrophy and increased muscle size.*
Following a workout, the fibers eventually regain their metabolic composure and the "pump" disappears. In many instances, unless you maintain a sufficiently large pump, there will be no actual increase in your muscle size following a workout. In other words, not only must you achieve a large enough pump — larger than you endured during your last workout — but you must also maintain the pump for an adequate amount of time, ideally longer than was the case with your last workout. Once these two variables are met, the muscles will experience a myotropic stimulus of sufficient magnitude, and accordingly, cause the muscles to grow. With Infinite Labs Massport, you can ensure this training stimulus stays alive long after the last rep. It amplifies this stimulus at levels that will go well above and beyond what can be accomplished by even the most intense training session.*
Every key component in Infinite Labs Massport affects various physical and chemical layers involved in exercise-induced muscle hypertrophy:*
Glyco-Anabolic Carbon Polymer Component
Osmotically-Active Tissue Expansion Component
Anabolic Signal Extension & Reinforcement Component
Creatinated Energetic Substrate Component
Membrane Polarity Support Component
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