Whenever I think of the word stacking, I usually think of the phrases pancake stacking, stacking a deck, or playing against a stacked team (because I like to think like the underdog in order to constantly improve myself).
What is stacking with regards to nutrition and supplements?
Essentially it comes down to adding supplements towards a specific cause to affect the body in a positive way.
There are many reasons why you should think about purchasing these guides, but with regards to sports performance and enhancing movement, I immediately think of a few key questions towards helping that cause.
- How can you increase muscle growth?
- How can you increase force production?
- How can you enhance rest and recovery?
For many people, it as simple as getting more sleep, increasing your “good nutrition” (more protein, slightly less carbohydrates, depending on your intake levels of course, and eating natural whole foods such as veggies, fruits, roots, as opposed to Micky D’s and other “fast food” options), and utilizing the appropriate stimulus for increases in muscle hypertrophy and strength.
Sometimes, however, this is not enough, or many do not understand how to get around the basics without overanalyzing this aspect. If you feel plateau-ed in your progress, or need a step by step plan in order to enhance your goals, this is a solid lead because these guys at examine.com are super smart. They have medical doctors, fact checkers, and researchers looking things up and reading all of those scientific words that ultimately lead to massive gains and increases in human performance.
If you’ve been following my blog for a bit, you’ll notice that I keep my hands off of nutrition for the most part. While I respect the basics, the most “stacking” I’ll do is adding chocolate protein powder to my iced coffee and I’ll feel accomplished. If I’m feeling risque I’ll add in some creatine as well.
On that note, here is a sneak peak on how they divvied up their content, which makes it SUPER digestible.
This is a snippet of what one page out of their Muscle Gain & Exercise Performance page looks like. The table of contents literally LAYS OUT what the research supports, what is not as supported, along with what supplements have been hyped up by the media.
This is one of the best parts of this one specific guide, particularly so because I’ve gotten feedback from so many tired and overwhelmed gym-goers who are on their “last resort” who want to take “other supplements”. I use quotes a lot because if they don’t work, what are they really supplementing?
In any case, this is just one snippet of what is available from examine.com’s Stack Guides.
Another fortunate bonus is if you click on any of the images above you can receive the benefit of an introductory sale that ends in a few hours!
With that in mind, I’ll remind you again that any links you click will benefit me from an affiliate point of view, from which I’ll profit from. You win by gaining the power of knowledge of WHAT supplements work, and what supplements DON’T work or are overhyped, and you get to feed my caffeine addiction by purchasing these stack guides.
However, I fully believe these guys, and I’ve definitely followed the guides from the past as well, to which I’ve advised several of my clients, athletes, and teams to search for and use to their success.
Another added benefit to getting the full product is that you can receive more information than just the muscle gaining and exercise performance stack guide, but also sleep guide, fat loss, joint health guides, and several more – up to 16 different guides.
On that note, click the link, check it out, if you don’t like it, that’s cool. Maybe you know someone that is interested in taking whey protein, or creatine, or you know someone that is currently taking a T-Booster (Spoiler: It may not be working to your benefit.). If this is the case, use this time to give them a gift or present!
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