My son, Tyler, will soon be home for the summer. I plan to train him, and some of his buddies, on several special projects.
Most of you may be familiar with Tyler’s results, which are reported in my 30-10-30 ebook. Tyler gained 17 pounds of muscle over the 2020 Christmas break.
Some of the readers of this report keep asking about the grams of protein that Tyler consumed to gain this much muscle.
A lot of Tyler’s grams of protein were supplied by his daily consumption of Tim Patterson’s Biotest supplements: Plazma and Mag-10. Tyler’s exact daily supplies were detailed in the ebook.
Generally, the protein requirements for bodybuilding have been established at 0.735 grams per pound of body weight. We made sure Tyler met those requirements each day.
For 40 years, I’ve written that protein above what you’d normally get from ordinary foods, is not necessary for building muscle. But during those years, I never experienced the chemistry involved in Plazma and Mag-10. Specifically, I’m referring to the casein hydrolysate peptides and cyclic dextrin makeup of the proteins and carbohydrates of both supplements.
I’ve consumed many protein and energy supplements in my life, but I’ve never experienced anything like Plazma and Mag-10. In a matter of 10-15 minutes after consuming either of the supplements, I can feel the chemistry going into my bloodstream.
Yes, the Biotest supplements are expensive. But in my opinion, they are worth it.
I’ll be doing more bodybuilding projects projects in the future and many of them will involve the use of Plazma and Mag-10.