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Russian Bear 5000

Weight-gain protein power, developed by Val Vailef (N.D.) and distributed by Vitol Products LLC.

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A Quick Tip by RabidChihuahua

  • Jun 16, 2013
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I started lifting weights over three weeks ago (as of writing this) because I want to bolster my physical strength and sculpt a better body.

Simply put, Russian Bear 5000 is an excellent lean weight-gain product.  Drinking these shakes after doing some hefty weight-lifting sessions has helped drastically improve my physical strength in a relatively short period of time.  This has helped me to be able to go from leg pressing 85 pounds to 130 pounds in three weeks among other strength-training exercises (keep in mind that physically, I'm pretty small).

There's two flavors available, chocolate and vanilla, and while I like both, the chocolate flavor is my favorite.  You can mix the powder either with water or milk, but I mix mine with milk so that it's creamier and I get more calcium (so I develop stronger bones to go along with the stronger, bigger muscles).

The "normal" serving size is to mix five full scoops with a whole gallon of milk, but this is only for the mega body-builders.  For smaller people, you can just mix a full scoop with a regular amount of water or milk you'd drink in a glass.

If you plan on getting this stuff, I strongly suggest you get a Blender bottle to go with it.

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June 25, 2013
maybe I need to try this--I am taking AMPLIFIED MAXERTION N.O. by GNC and their Protein shake--they work, but I am always open for other stuff. However, I don't think I need to get more mass....
June 25, 2013
If you don't need to get anymore mass, then you're probably better off not drinking Russian Bear, since this is specially made to gain mass.
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