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Amplified Wheybolic Extreme 60 Reviews

Updated on June 14, 2015
Amplified Weybolic Extreme 60
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What is Amplified Wheybolic Extreme 60?

When it comes to enhancing your strength, size and stamina, nothing complements your training like Amplified Wheybolic Extreme 60! It is one of best protein formula with a base of whey and leucine. Better fuel for stronger body - premium protein for advanced muscle performance.

How long I have been using it.

I have been using Amplified Wheybolic Extreme 60 for just over a month. It has increases my muscles, strength, and stamina. I have build up a lot sice I have been taking it in about half the time I thought it would.

It clams to increase muscle strength by 30% in a 8 week training. I have seen it increase my muscles in 4 weeks on the training regimen. As other thing it says is it makes you have a faster postworkout recovery. Well with me using this product I have also feel lest sore and the recovery has been fast then before I used it.

How The Taste Is?

The taste of the Amplified Wheybolic Extreme is the best taste I have had in different shakes. The cookie and cream is the best ones taste I also like the fruit punch too. It has a like chalky flavor but better then the past ones. The mix-ability of the product is good if you stir it in a glass with 8 oz. of water but it works best if you use a shaker it is smother and less clumps in it.

Who can benefit from it?

Those people who are in any training regimen like resistance training. They will see improvements in muscle strength, size, and stamina.

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      JP Carlos 

      5 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      If the benefits are great, a little more cash out would not matter. it's the value that's important, not the cost. I remember using MLO6000 or something like that when I was younger. But it is still whey. Add one for rep in your next set for me friend. Happy lifting.

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      JW Miller 

      5 years ago from Brenham, TX

      The down side to it would be the price of it. It cost at GNC it is $60 dallos for a 5 lbs tube.

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      JP Carlos 

      5 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      Are there any down side to this product?

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