The Green Bay Packers linebacker, Clay Matthews, is an absolutely monster. He’s known among NFL lovers as “The Predator” because of his visual similarities to the famed character. Clay wasn’t always as dominant as he’s been at the NFL level. Of course he was a High School star, but not enough so to earn a scholarship to USC and Matthews had to walk on to the team. His play at the collegiate level lead Green Bay to select him with the 26th overall pick in the first round. We found it rather intriguing that Matthews managed to consistently improve at every level so we contacted his representatives and requested an interview with the goal of answering the question:
What supplements does Clay Matthews Take?
PIOP readers kept begging and begging us to find out what supplements Clay Matthews used, but it’s unusual to discuss personal secrets with such a phenomenal athlete. Luckily the CEO of our website is good friends with Clay, so when we scored and interview he was very honest and told us everything we wanted to know:
“First of all, in NFL you are exposed to the top athletes in the world, so my strategy is to combine as many exercises as possible and be in shape when the season starts. Apart from this, my trainers also gave me two supplements which help me cut body fat while building lean muscle. It’s the perfect combination for any athlete or someone just trying to get in better shape fast. Many people think these products are expensive, but the all-natural stack is actually available for free!”
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CLAY MATTHEWS SUPPLEMENTS:
‘Growth Factors’ Boost Muscle Growth 600% vs. Placebo — But Does New Steroid Alternative Provide Athletes an ‘Unfair Advantage’?
This new dietary supplement contains a pair of specialized fatty acid “growth factors” and its become the hottest steroid alternative in amateur athletics — but not without controversy.
Critics say the compounds — cis-9, trans-11 conjugated linioleic acid and phosphatidylserine (Ps) provided in the controversial, new supplement X Ripped — gives athletes an “unfair advantage” to gain more muscle and their use should be prohibited by athletes.
Proponents argue research shows the Clay Matthews supplements to be both safe and effective and that banning the natural compounds is like trying to prohibit athletes from consuming creatine, which is also isolated from natural sources.
One thing people on both sides can agree on is the controversial new steroid alternative, actually works great. According to a recent study published in the journal Medicine & Science & Sports and Medicine, novice weight trainers who took these compounds for 7 weeks experienced a 600% increase in muscle growth, including a 9-fold increase in biceps girth vs. those taking a placebo.
Another study published in the same journal found that in weight-training athletes, these growth-factors increased overall muscle strength by 202 percent within just 6 weeks of use vs. placebo — with zero side effects.
In fact, not only were there not any side effects, but men using the supplement actually experienced improved health measures across the board, including reductions in bad LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood sugar.
And if all that weren’t reason enough to have athletes stocking up, researchers from Sweden’s Uppsala University found that people using the supplement for 28 days experienced a full 1-inch reduction of abdominal fat — without changes to their diets.
Fair Game or Unfair Advantage?
Athletes who supplemented with these natural ‘growth factors’ for seven weeks packed on six times more muscle and added 30 pounds to their bench press compared to the guys given a placebo. Word-of-mouth marketing has led to Max Test Xtreme and Max Gain Xtreme combo rivaling creatine and pre-workout nitric oxide (NO2) supplements as the most popular performance enhancers in amateur athletic locker rooms.
However, critics say these natural compounds too closely mimic the effects of anabolic steroids and that their use should be prohibited by athletes.
To be sure, steroids, similar to these natural compounds, work in large part by minimizing the catabolic effects of cortisol, allowing for greater amino acid uptake, nitrogen retention, and protein synthesis which help athletes gain more muscle.
Many sports scientists, however, say the compounds are a viable alternative to steroids, a dangerous performance-enhancing drugs. They point to the fact that these compounds are isolated from natural food sources, and are therefore no different, ethically, from high-carbohydrate food mixes for aerobic athletes. Besides, they say research has shown them to be medically safe and that we should emphasize that the alternative to these natural compounds is steroids.
‘Unreal’ Size and Strength Gains
At PIOP, we decided to try Max Test Xtreme and Max Gain Xtreme for ourselves. For the test, I wanted to be the guinea pig because I was training to be in a fitness competition and needed to slim down while simultaneously building lean muscle. After further research into the manufacturer I was confident that Clay Matthews supplements were safe and contained especially high concentrations of the proprietary muscle building formula. To finally get my hands on Max Test Xtreme and Max Gain Xtreme stack, I ordered free trials of both products. Everyone at Play it On Point was incredibly excited about these products and eagerly awaiting my results.
The free trial bottle of Max Test Xtreme arrived in a few days-all I paid was a few dollars for shipping and handling.
THESE WERE MY RESULTS – 15 LBS OF MUSCLE IN JUST 1 MONTH:
“I COULDN’T BE ANY HAPPIER WITH THE RESULTS. I GAINED 16 LBS OF MUSCLE IN 4 WEEKS. NO SPECIAL DIET, NO INTENSE EXERCISE.”
IMPORTANT: *We have tested both products together, so It is important that you use Step 1 and Step 2 in this method to achieve similar results.
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