Cyclone provides a unique combination of whey protein and nutrients to support muscle growth, strength and recovery
Cyclone provides a unique combination of whey protein and nutrients to support muscle growth, strength and recovery
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"hello bought this wile it was on clearance ages ago and gota say yes it does work i did notice gains in size and strength but for the price there are better proteins out there"
"20 servings at 3 servings a day?? So this will last a week if you follow the instructions!!"
"so, from my experience, this works, you will get good strength gains. however... the price has gone through the roof, it was only £40 when i used this years ago. so at the price maximuscle are after i would have to say avoid im afraid."
"Over priced, vile tasting supplement.
"Hello ive tried alot of products including this when i first started training and gota say it dont compete with the best of em( phd whey ht mutant mass nirto tech ) but the taste aint bad compared to nitro tech but defintly not for me its two overpriced for the quality you get"
Yes, I would take 2 servings per day for the first 5 days to load - especially after training on training days. Also, for maximum gains and recovery, ensure that you take some more carbs with these products after training - you want to aim for a minimum of 75 grams of carbs after training (there are several cheap carbohydrate powders available).
I would strongly suggest that you read the article - http://www.tropicanafitness.com/view/v/article/a/25 - which is an excellent review of what you need to know about creatine to get best results.
Ther are no ingredients that would be expected to have any negative effects in women, so if your goal is to gain muscle and strength and improve your recovery from exercise, by all means go ahead and use this product.
Cyclone is a good "lean gainer" all-in-one product that has only moderate levels of carbs, so keep taking it.
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Your last question is very general, so I will refer you to two articles - one on the best way to train for fat loss and the other on the best way to adjust your diet for fat loss (fat loss is 80% diet and only 20$% about training).
First of all, it is very difficult to gain muscle while burning fat. You have to be eating more calories than you burn to build muscle (unless you are just starting out or have been off your training for a while). So you need to decide, do you want to build muscle or lose fat? Most guys like to put on size this time of year and then get lean for holidays or in the summer.
However, with an all-in-one product you can make some quick gains without gaining too much fat because they all contain creatine and high-quality protein (but beyond the quick gains, you'll have to EAT to gain more muscle). The only thing you have to decide upon is how many carbs you need. If you gain fat easily, try Nitro-Tech for the leanest gains (this product is a whey protein but it contains creatine and other ingredients to promote muscle gains) because it is lowest in carbs. Cyclone and Synergy Iso-7 are similar but Iso has fewer carbs and more protein (and tastes better). For maximum gains from an All-in-one, try Muscle Fuel Anabolic with the most protein, carbs and a good whack of creatine. All of these products have additional amino acids and other ingredients to support growth and recovery.
Cyclone is a blend of a good dose of high-quality protein, moderate carbs and creatine, with a few other muscle-building ingredients. As such, it should be an excellend lean mass gainer. The only reason I can see that someone may have told you it will make you bloated is that it contains creatine.
Over the years, some people have reported that creatine makes you bloated, or look soft or gives you cramps or is somehow unhealthy or dangerous. It has since been accepted by virtually all of the world's top sports scientists that this is not the case. Research now clearly shows the the benefits of creatine are increased strength and power and increased muscle mass - NOT water retention.
For an interesting and informative review regarding the facts and myths about creatine, go onto "TropicanaFitness.com", click on "Articles" and then on "Feature Articles" and then on "The Real Facts About Creatine".
As far as losing weight when you come off Cyclone, just make sure to take some kind of protein and creatine supplement consistently and you won't lose any mass (as stated in the article referenced above, you don't have to cycle off creatine).
If you have a fast metabolism, have trouble gaining weight or are a younger guy or don't eat enough, then the MF Anabolic is a better choice as it has more calories. Cyclone is more for lean gains.
Cyclone is good for lean mass gains. If you have difficulty gaining, then use something with more calories like Muscle Fuel Anabolic, Mass-Tech or Mutant Mass (add creatine to this last one).
Creatine has over 3000 scientific studies on it and has been the subject of several safety reviews. All of which concluded that there is no good evidence of side effects. 10 grams of creatine daily is not a safety concern and you only get a tiny amount (about 1 gram) per day from food.
Maltodextrin is a form of starch derived from corn. Starch is made up of long chains of sugars (as are all carbohydrates). Most maltodextrin is absorbed quickly and spikes blood sugar just like eating sugar. However, the good weight gainer products also contain other carbs sources, fibre and healthy fat ingredients to slow down absorption and so are easier on the gut and healthier. Maltodextrin is a great post-workout carb and combining it with protein and creatine helps to increase the retention of these nutrients in the muscle.
It would likely take longer to see results but you'd still see results (but less dramatic). You may want to at least take 2 servings daily for the first 7 days or so to "load" and then cut it back to 1 per day to maintain. Ensure to take it at least once daily or you aren't likely to get good results though.
Yes, you can do.
If you're taking two servings of Cyclone a day, additional creatine will not improve results, unless you use it for the first five days as a 'loading phase'. And yes, Nitro is an excellent essential amino acid product. And CLA is fine to take to avoid excess fat gain and help contribute to muscle gains.
Your post-workout dose should always be a full serving. Also, having the full dose can increase insulin levels more which results in better protein and creatine storage / utilization, so you may be better off just taking full servings.
Cyclone is like an all in one lean gainer, where as Progain has a lot more calories inside which can aid your recovery well.
Both products are designed to increase muscle mass but also aid recovery. You'd be well suited choosing either product.
No, that is a good combination for adding quality muscle
For hard gainers we normally recommend a calorie filled protein shake such as Mutant Mass by PVL or USN's Hyperbolic mass as they normally need the amount of calories contained inside due to their very efficient metabolism.
Over a period of 6+ weeks you may start to see an increase of body fat if your goal is to build muscle. You need to exceed your daily intake of calories in order for this to happen. If you are not doing so then body fat gains will not be made but nor will a real increase in strength either. Lean physiques are not made to be as strong as someone who eats alot more calories and has larger amounts of body-fat.
The soya content of Maximuscle Cyclone is derived from soya lecithin - an emulsifier, to prevent the separation of ingredients.
Ingredients are listed in order of quantity (greatest first), and said ingredient is listed as third, though it being a constituent of the protein isolate blend.
I would imagine the amount of soya lecithin is slight, and probably unlikely to create any impact on endocrine imbalance. If you require further clarification, however, you may choose to contact Maximuscle directly. They can be reached via this link:
I hope the above information assists in answering your query.
Cyclone would be fine but you should also have quality protein in the morning and throughout the day. So either have Cyclone twice daily (AM and post-wokout) or go with a low-carb, low-fat protein like PhD Pharma Whey, Pure Protein IGF-1 or Nitro-Tech (this last one is probably the most effective but also the most expensive).
This combination is good yes and you can combine cyclone and either of the pre-workouts you have mentioned to cover the bases of a solid supplemental regime.
They are very similar in formula however the Omni-Mx contains a gradual release system of proteins ranging from slow releasing to rapid releasing ensuring that there are consistantly a steady stream of amino acids in the blood, however Cyclone contains whey isolates, hydrolysed whey and whey peptides which are all digested very quickly. The difference between the two products are very minimal however and both would illicit the same response which would be lean muscle gain given that your diet and training are in place.
This all depends on your goals.
If you are trying to increase muscle mass then 2 serving of cyclone a day will help with the development of muscle growth providing your daily intake of calories is exceeding your calorie burning rate.
If you are trying to maintain your current weight or even diet down then you could take 1 serving a day and combine this with Promax or even replace it with promax, but would recommend Promax extreme as this contains creatine.
On training days consume one serving immediately after exercise. On non-training days consume any time of the day in-between meals.
Please refer to manufactures direction's of use for further information.
As an adolescent, your body is still growing and developing; I would therefore advocate making changes to your eating habits (if applicable), by ensuring that you are including healthy proteins, complex carbohydrates and fats in your diet.
In order to meet the demands of your current activity levels, I would recommend USN Muscle Fuel STS 2kg, £35.99 which can be a useful dietary supplement for active teenagers.
At the age you are, it is more sensible to aim to 'grow into your body', i.e. don't push your body to gain mass; rather, focus on cultivating a lean, toned and healthy physique.
Any all in one product like this, other alternatives are Muscle Fuel anabolic by USN and Synergy ISO-7 from Phd.
For best results you have to take at least one serving per day. However, it is certainly better to take it just on training days (after training) than not to take it at all.
Yeah suitable for both sexes.
We can assure you there is nothing in this product that with have an effect on your height. At 16 you gained 2 inches and 17 you gained 3 inches in hight and this is simply down to you body still developing and (growing) on its own accord.
Beta-hydroxy beta-methyl butyrate (HMB) is a metabolite of the amino acid Leucine and is synthesized in the human body.
I wouldn't look at it as a contradiction as your daily protein requirements also needs to come from solid food sources as well as supplements.
Most people's diets (from food) contain at least 60 grams of protein, so with the additional Cyclone, you will almost certainly meet your requirements.
Please refer to the product label on directions of use for this product.
It's a 1440g tub instead of a 1200g.
THis depends upon your goals and what pre and post products you are using and if you are also using them on "off" days (as some suggest on the label).
Whey provides for you protein needs whilst the All-in-One has other important performance enhancers.
HMB has numerous studies showing that it can improve strength and muscle mass. It's probably not quite as important as things like creatine and various amino acids, etc.
The quality is the same as its the same product. It is just we are the official distributor for maximuscle and many other brands, we offer a set 20% off all brands on their full RRP.
This depends on your current physique and fitness level; the rest of your diet and training regime. If you are concerned about the carbohydrate content, you may wish to try an alternative (with carbs. forming a more moderate constituent), such as Reflex One Stop 2.1kg, £35.99.
Yes, creatine is not classed as a banned substance. It works by delaying the onset of muscular fatigue. If you require further clarification on this, however, it is recommended that you seek the approval of the associated governing body.
It is unlikely so - at least, not without taking other lifestyle factors into account. If, however, you have any concerns pertaining to your health and/or your diet, it is advisable that you speak with your GP/healthcare practitioner, who can advise accordingly.