Muscle Juice Revolution 2600 Review

Muscle Juice Revolution 2600 by Ultimate nutrition is marketed as a elite mass gainer and comes with 8 different kinds of proteins which are selected to increase mass in the quickest time possible. It also sports a large dose of digestive enzymes including protease and lactose which helps significantly with the digestion and utilization of the milk-based protein ingredients that are found in the mix. CLA, MCT’s and Omega-3 fish oils are also present and the mix offers around 9 grams of these for every serving. Finally, a glutamine boost blend is included which allows for better and faster muscle recovery.

The texture and mix of the blend has been criticized. Simply put, it does not mix well. Although it has been shown to break up and mix better when using a blender even then there terms of to clumps of the mixture stuck together and this is certainly much more noticeable when simply mixing with a spoon. That being said, it isn’t the worst supplement around when it comes to mixing and there are a variety of flavors available including Banana, Cookies N Cream, Strawberry and Vanilla Crème.


The taste is as you would expect with most supplements; doesn’t taste amazing but it doesn’t taste particularly bad either. Some are better than others although with the Cookies N Cream flavor there are bits that you need to show to digest but this sort of adds to the whole ‘cookies’ theme. Put simply, it tastes like you would expect a supplement to taste and it has problems mixing but that isn’t enough to put you off the product.

An 11.1 lbs bucket of Muscle Juice Revolution 2600 can be bought for under $50 with most places selling it for $46. Not bad really when you consider the price of some of the other supplements out there. Basically the product is good value for the price that you pay. What makes it different from many of its competitors is the fact that the servings are generally much bigger than the likes of Real Mass and you also get a bigger tub (Real Mass gives you 5 lbs for the same price of 11 lbs of Muscle Juice Revolution 2600).

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The supplement works remarkably well. You will notice an improvement in your performance pretty quickly and also to your muscle build up due to the amount of protein and aminos as well. I gained about 8 lbs or so after finishing just one tub of this stuff so it certainly does the business from a personal point of view. For sure, you need to combine this with a tailored workout regime so that the places where the mass is going to go (your stomach most likely) is worked on so that it converts to muscle rather than just fat but the fact is that it works as a weight gainer.


I also discovered a marked increase in my energy levels; I could workout for longer and not feel as tired and the recovery process seemed to be shorter as well.



The main advantage that this product has over others is that it actually works. There are a lot of supplements that barely work or do anything to merit their price but this one certainly does.

–          Offers a quick way to gain mass

–          Is relatively inexpensive when compared to the amount of product you get for your money

–          Comes in a variety of different flavors



There are a few drawbacks but nothing so big that I wouldn’t use the product again.

–          The product doesn’t mix that well

–          Some flavors taste much better than others

–          Stomach issues (a lot of gas after taking the product)

–          Some, not me personally, have complained of headaches and feeling nauseous after taking the product

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serge souprayen
serge souprayen
Weightlifting is my passion, training 3 times a week and use supplements on a regular basis. Fawaks is my personal blog, writing about my passion and help you save on fitness and bodybuilding supplements by posting coupons and deals. Serge Souprayen

1 Comment

  1. Necta says:

    Hi Flo, there are two separate isuess at play here:1. Thoracic rotation, and 2. Thoracic side-flexion. I’ll give you the answer but I’ll warn you that its not going to be a simple answer:1. Thoracic rotation: unless there is an organ/nutritional issue directly causing the rotation, you’re going to want to look somewhere else–eg, the pelvis or the arches. Your training focus should be to the activate everything below the thoracic vertebrae (so, tib post, toe flexors, may need to stretch the gastroc or toe extensors to get these working; then any other major pelvic players like gluteus maximus or illio-psoas, one of which will need to be stretched and the other recruited during Gait Cycle; and finally a quick look at Iliocostalis lumborum, the QL and multifidus lumborum to ensure they’re not in spasm on one side and holding the pelvis out of alignment something that may also ultimately be Gait Cycle related). See if those things balance the pelvis. If they do, problem solved. If not, it may be organ-related or it may very well be referring down from the mid-back as is the case with scoliosis. I often see cervical misalignment referring all the way down, and there’s a way of therapy-localizing the cervical vertebrae to see if any of them are out if so its now a question of what is causing what (top-down or bottom-up) and you can chase your tail for quite a while on this one. 2. Thoracic side-flexion. Scoliosis can be tricky. Any time there’s side-flexion, nerves are being pinched and there is decreased innervation to numerous muscles and compensation during stance, gait and lifting. When its fully a skeletal deformity you need to work with it, not against it. Here are two practices I’ve found effective:a) isometrics to activate all the thoracic muscles before each workout: illiocostalis lumborum thoracis, Multifidus lumborum, thoracis and cervicis, QU, Spinalis and Longissimus. You’ve done my courses so you know the isometrics for these: do them. On a more gait-related level, it may be that your client needs to learn to perform more thoracic rotation while walking to ensure these muscles are being activated from Gait, as this will be one of the main causes of inhibition even with scoliosis.b) if there is pronounced rotation in one direction, you may need to do isolating exercises in the opposite direction to unwind the posture neurologically. A simple CNS test will demonstrate whether the unwinding exercise has been effective: test before medial deltoid should be off. Do the unwind test again. If delt is still off, that wasn’t it. Once you find a range of motion that innervates delt you’ll know you’re on the right track.Throughout all of this, the golden rule of Vitruvian Biomechanics applies: don’t put the body under load until everything is firing, or else you’ll just get more pain and exacerbate the existing imbalances. Activate everything first and you should make headway.If you try everything above and it still doesn’t work, you have two final options: look at leg length sometimes a simple heel lift will fix the problem (but it can also make it worse if there is no leg length discrepancy, and don’t confuse leg length with pelvic misalignment–you’ll actually need to measure ASIS to heel); or refer him to a practitioner who knows how to muscle test and see if they’ll let you sit in on the appointment and learn.Hope that helps, let me know how it goes.LC

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