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A high protein bar to increase lean muscle and strength.
The amazing Maximuscle Cyclone bars not only taste good, but pack a serious punch too. In fact they are oen of the strongest and most potent muscle building bars you can buy. Each bar delivers a whopping 23 g of protein, 5g Creatine, 1.5 g HMB (Enzymatic Metabolite of Leucine) and 2 g Glutamine, with a real dark Belgian chocolate coating and a soft fluffy centre.
Maximuscle Cyclone bars are an ideal alternative to powders to support your muscle building and strength goals, which when used in conjunction with your weight training regime, could increase your muscle size and strength. After intense training Maximuscle Cyclone Bars accelerate muscle refuelling, with faster recovery of glycogen stores than carbohydrates alone. If not taking Cyclone powder, take two bars a day. Available in chocolate and choc/orange flavours.
First time I've written a review. I have to say these are the worst tasting protein bars ever. I had the Dark chocolate. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Julian Hopkins
I have to say I really didn't like the taste or aftertaste of this bar, and I like the majority of all other protein bars I've tried. Read morePublished 1 month ago by QueenFi
When you first bite into them you get the promising taste of chocolate orange but it is soon followed by a disappointing creatine after-taste. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris Cowgill
These bars should be treated as supplements, therefore the taste shouldn't matter to you. Anyway, that taste isn't as bad as some people say it is, and I think the slight... Read morePublished 4 months ago by John Merro