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Do you want to gain muscle mass? You might be asking yourself if there are any supplements that will help you with this. Well, the answer is yes! There are 7 supplements in particular that can help increase your muscle mass. I’ll go over these 7 supplements and what they do for you below.

Legal steroids

These supplements are safe and effective, but I’ll let you know that it will take time for them to work on your body. You should first read this article on steroids that are legal in order to prepare yourself for consumption. There aren’t any side effects like caffeine or creatine (which can both cause dehydration), so these supplements build up in the system over a period of weeks and months before they begin working their magic on your muscles.

Legal steroids help increase protein synthesis which helps with muscle growth as well as nitrogen retention which enhances recovery after workouts. 

Don’t worry about having to go on anabolic cycles or anything like that. These supplements are perfectly safe and can enhance your workouts when taken correctly with a good diet, plenty of sleep, and consistent exercise routines.

Creatine monohydrate

Creatine is one of the most studied supplements out there. It has been proven to work very well at increasing muscle mass and strength in both men and women, though it might be more effective for males than females (it does not have any effect on body fat).

Creatine can cause cellular hydration, which helps increase your capacity for muscle growth as you are getting stronger during workouts. You will definitely see a difference when you take creatine because it increases performance by giving muscles an extra boost with increased ATP energy production, VO₂ max, lactic acid buffering capabilities, decreased recovery time, enhanced muscular force output and power over an extended period of time (like hours) rather than just seconds or minutes like would do.

L-arginine  and L-citrulline

L-arginine and L-citrulline are amino acids that help increase nitric oxide levels in the body, which can lead to increased blood flow. This is important because it helps you recover faster from workouts by allowing your muscles to get more oxygen, nutrients, and hormones (like testosterone) during your workout sessions. 

It also allows for faster nutrient absorption post-workout so that your body can begin repairing itself right away, rather than waiting around an hour or two after a hard session at the gym before it gets started on fixing broken-down tissue. The bottom line is this: higher nitrogen retention means better recovery ability, which equals greater gains over time!

Vitamin D3 

Vitamin D is a hormone that regulates the body’s use of calcium for bone health. It also plays an important role in muscle growth, strength gains, and maintaining healthy levels of PTH (parathyroid) which are all connected to better bone development as well as enhanced neuromuscular function.

The best time to take vitamin D supplements is right before bed because it can help your muscles repair themselves while you sleep! This way, when you wake up after 8 hours or so with quality rest under your belt, then you can head straight into another workout session rather than waiting around for days or weeks until your next gym trip.

Magnesium citrate

Magnesium helps to regulate muscle contractions and is required for healthy nerve function, which connects the brain to muscles. Magnesium also plays a role in protein synthesis, ATP energy production (during workouts), carbohydrate metabolism within cells, glycogen storage in muscles/liver, cell division, calcium absorption into bones, relaxation of blood vessels & smooth muscle tissue throughout the body, plus it can help with sleep quality when taken right before bedtime!

Zinc oxide

Zinc is an important mineral that helps with cellular division, protein synthesis (muscle growth), normal immune system function, wound healing, and repair of tissues. It also regulates cell metabolism, which leads to better energy production at the mitochondria, where your cells actually produce their own energy! Zinc oxide even has anti-inflammatory properties for enhanced recovery after workouts, plus it aids in strengthening muscles by supporting strength gains during use!

Caffeine anhydrous powder

Caffeine anhydrous is a type of dehydrated caffeine that can be added to your pre-workout or other drink/supplement that you take while working out. This supplement will give you even more energy for enhanced workouts because it also acts as a diuretic which means increased blood flow throughout the body, so there are no lactic acid buildups in muscles, less fatigue while training, and better hydration by flushing harmful toxins out through urine leading to faster muscle recovery times post-session!

All these supplements can help you gain muscle mass over time along with proper dieting habits, sleep quality/quantity, stress management techniques & consistent exercise routines just like any other type of training program would require.

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