The ‘Perfect’ Muscle-Building Environment

5x More Turkesterone Than the Leading Competitor

Myo-Stack® is all about protein … getting it, saving it, and using it to build rock-hard muscle.

The “perfect” muscle-building environment in the body is what every serious trainer wants – whether you are a bodybuilder, fitness enthusiast or athlete. Optimal anabolic conditions include maintaining a positive nitrogen balance and increasing protein synthesis along with intelligent, consistent exercise and a balanced diet rich in protein. If you’re going to really push the envelope for maximum muscle growth and want amazing results, you can’t just spin your wheels like a hamster in a cage and do the same thing, day after day. You need something revolutionary to reach your goals and crash through them – Myo-Stack®from Blackstone Labs, the muscle-building breakthrough of the 21st century.

Turkesterone: the World’s Best Anabolic Compound

Myo-Stack®is powered by Ajuga turkestanica extract, which contains the world’s best anabolic compound – turkesterone. This amazing compound is capable of very powerful protein conversion that rapidly helps you build solid muscle naturally with no androgenic side effects. It helps you achieve increased size, strength, protein synthesis, and faster recovery. Myo-Stack® enhances lean mass gains and limits protein breakdown. And Myo-Stack®contains 5x more turkesterone than the leading competitor.

Turkesterone is not an anabolic steriod, but Russian animal studies demonstrated turkesterone to have a greater anabolic effect than many powerful anabolic agents.1 Ajuga turkestanica is a powerful extract that was once a closely guarded secret, strictly for use by elite Soviet athletes for whom it was originally developed. There is only one place in the world in Uzbekistan where the right genus of the Ajuga turkestanica extract plant has ever been successfully cultivated. The process is very labor intensive and consequently the finished extract is expensive to produce. Only a limited amount of the finished extract is allowed to be purchased in bulk by a select few companies outside of Uzbekistan but fortunately, Blackstone Labs’ raw material supplier is one of those few companies.

Build Rock-Hard Muscle

You have to be a savvy and informed supplement consumer when it comes to bodybuilding supplements, because the products on the market are all over the map. Some bodybuilding supplements may help increase the uptake of amino acids into muscle, while other supplements may help to conserve amino acids already within muscle. The best-case scenario is a rare supplement such as Myo-Stack® thatcontains a “cutting-edge” anabolic and anti-proteolytic compound that does both – it’s anabolic and anti-proteolytic (decrease amino acid shuttling out of muscle, also called protein-sparing) – which means even more muscle protein.

Myo-Stack® is all about protein … getting it, saving it, and using it to build rock-hard muscle. The active compounds in Myo-Stack®signal muscles to grab more amino acids from the bloodstream and then use them to create muscle protein at a faster rate through increased protein synthesis. The compounds in Myo-Stack®also tell muscles to hang on to amino acids already within muscle by decreasing muscle-wasting activities within the muscle, creating a protein-sparing metabolism, and thus maintaining an anabolic state during times when normal protein breakdown occurs. In essence, Myo-Stack®helps keep hard-earned muscle intact.

Myo-Stack® is great news for anyone wanting to increase lean muscle mass, decrease fat and improve performance. It’s perfect for:

• Anyone who wants to build muscle and/or enhance athletic performance.

• Anyone who wants a supplement that will complement (rather than be redundant to) his or her current athletic supplement stack.

• Athletes who are avoiding androgen supplements (e.g., women), but still want to promote muscle growth.

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1. Comparative experimental investigation of the anabolic activity of phytoecdysteroids and steranabols. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal April 2000, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp 193-197.







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