Mutant Mass Review
I had just finished my first marathon and after four months of endless cardio, Vaseline and one very sore ballbag, I was left looking a little on the slim side.
I wanted to gain muscle mass – and fast.
It’s not that I didn’t mind looking a little slimmer, I just wanted to build some serious, intimidating bulk.
Let’s face it, Mo Farrah might be able to run a mile in 3.30 minutes, but tasked with ordering a round of WKDs at Wafou Norwich on a busy Wednesday night? No chance!
While my gym programme was shaping up nicely (I was focusing exclusively on the no-nonsense compound exercises: deadlift, squat, bench), it became apparent that I needed to turbocharge my diet for the sizeable results I was after.
It was at this point that a friend recommended I try Mutant Mass.
In his professional opinion, I would ‘hit 17 stone on this bad boy – instantly’.
I was sold.
True to its name, Mutant Mass is an absolute behemoth amongst weight gaining supplements.
It packs a multitude of impressive ingredients, but perhaps the most eye-popping USP is the sheer amount of calories in each serving – 1,060 to be precise.
Let’s put that in perspective – that’s about the same number of calories as a typical Sunday Roast. In one shake. Completely obscene!
When it comes to the rest of its goodies, per serving we’re looking at a nice ratio of carbs to protein (176g clean carbs, 52g protein) as well as a good blend of amino acids – great for aiding recovery.
The recommended number of scoops is four per serving. By the very fact that I had to shovel this colossal amount into two separate shakers, I knew this experience was going to go one of two ways:
One way was good… the other would be fucking horrible.
Taste & Texture
I used a blender to mix the shake with milk, and I was pleased to find that, on drinking it, lumps were minimal. Good start.
However, due to the absolute tidal wave of calories, it was still a struggle to get down.
Note: I tried shaking it once – without a blender – but never again. Getting the thing into a drinkable state required a titanic effort and considerable wrist strength. Think power wank.
Taste-wise, I had no complaints. I opted for the Cookies and Cream flavour – and, quite frankly, it tasted delicious.
Mind you, I was a student at the time, so bear in mind my palette had been corrupted by a strict diet of burnt toast, kebabs and industrial strength cider.
Sign up to our mailing list to get more great reviews like this direct to your inbox!
The 67kg bag lasted me just over three weeks, and in that time I achieved some pretty impressive size and strength gains.
Alongside a high calorie diet, 4×1 hour workouts per week, and minimal cardio, I put on about half a stone in weight.
And the good thing was that most of this bulk was lean muscle. Obviously, with a weight gainer of this magnitude, its never going to be 100% muscle. Inevitably, I grew a little bit of a gut – but nothing that a small amount of cardio wouldn’t fix.
Perhaps more impressive, however, were the strength gains.
I like to start each of my workouts with 5×5 on bench press. Prior to taking Mutant Mass, I had plateaued at around 85kg.
However, during my stint with Mutant Mass, I managed to increase the weight I was benching from 85kg to 95kg.
Not bad, eh?
What’s more, I managed to increase the weight I was pushing on all my other compound exercises quite considerably.
No Mutant Mass review would be complete without mention of one inconvenient side effect.
WARNING: As well as building mutant size, this product gives you some serious methane issues.
We’re talking toxic guff gas here.
I cleared offices, supermarket aisles, tube carriages – and on one occasion around 25 people from the dancefloor of my student union.
And if that wasn’t enough, every shit was like giving birth.
Mutant Mass also made me feel continually bloated.
It was like digesting cement. DO NOT drink before a night out – turtle bellies all round otherwise.
Value For Money
Usually retailing at around £68 for a 6.8kg bag, value-for-money is pretty damn good, if you ask me.
Obviously it’s not cheap, but for what you get, it is, in my opinion, one of the best-value weight gainers on the market. It’s certainly the best I’ve ever reviewed.
Builds lean muscle mass
Boosts strength gains
Great value for money
Tough to digest
Pound for pound, the best weight gainer on the market.
Highly recommended for anyone looking to pile on slabs of lean muscle over a short period of time.
Buy Mutant Mass
For a great price on Mutant Mass, head over to Amazon.co.uk where you can usually pick up 6.8kg for £55.
Until then, lift smart and lift strong!