Best Supplements for Muscle Growth


Any athlete or bodybuilder will tell you that in order to build muscle, you have to push yourself both mentally and physically. You have to challenge yourself to lift more, run faster, and to stay in the gym longer. Of course, such intensity can be hard on your body as your muscles are constantly being broken down, repairing themselves and growing. In addition to a well-balanced diet and an overall healthy lifestyle, it’s important that you take supplements to help with endurance and recovery.

There’s a lot of conflicting information floating around within the walls of gyms and in online forums. From our personal experience and research, we’ve put together a list of the three best supplements for muscle growth.

But first, let’s answer an important question…

What’s Required for Maximum Muscle Growth?

Whether you’re trying to gain muscle to compete at a higher fitness level or are just trying to look better, there are a few key things that you have to do in order to meet your goal.

    1. Up your intake of protein. Protein is essential for muscle growth as its made up of amino acids which are responsible for the breakdown and repair of muscles.
    2. Eat more. And we don’t just mean eat more calories, you should eat more frequently, too. We recommend eating six times a day in order to feed your muscles, keep insulin levels up, and maintain a high level of energy.
    3. Create a varied (and intense) workout routine. Obviously, lifting weights is a BIG part of gaining muscle. But, you can’t expect for your body to change if you’re sticking with the same weight and number of reps every day. If you don’t challenge yourself, you’ll hit a plateau.

While these three things will certainly help you gain muscle, supplements will help you maximize results.

Whey Protein

We mentioned that protein is essential for muscle growth. Yes, you can get protein from foods like eggs, nuts and chicken breast, but whey protein is digested and absorbed into our bodies quickly and – best of all – it’s convenient. We recommend adding WHEY PLUS HARDCORE to your protein shakes, protein pancakes, and even to your coffee.


Creatine has – for years – been a favourite of athletes and bodybuilders around the world and it’s easy to see why. It activates a natural energy source within your body which allows you to work at a higher intensity for longer periods of time. As we’ve said, challenging workouts are key in muscle growth. Products like our CREATINE MONOHYDRATE powder give you the extra push you need to finish that last, grueling set.


Branched-chain amino acids are found in most protein sources and are vital in muscle growth because they stimulate protein synthesis, improve endurance levels during exercise, and decrease the damage done to muscle tissue. While you do get them in animal proteins like chicken and fish, you’d have to eat a lot of meat in order to maximise the effects of BCAA’s. Instead, mix our great tasting BCAA INTRA HARDCORE with cold water pre or post-workout.

With these three supplements (which can be taken together!), you’ll feel and see the difference. Your muscles will recover more quickly and you’ll have an explosive amount of energy to push you through even your toughest workout. For more information on when to take Creatine, BCAA’s and Whey Protein, have a read through the rest of our blog.


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