Top 7 Best Supplements For Building Muscle Quickly

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In this video from Weight Gain Network, Troy Adashun goes over his list of the best supplements for muscle gain.

Troy has been studying supplements for building muscle his entire life, and after all his research, has determined that there are only a handful that he really considers essential.

The truth is that the supplement industry is very corrupt, and because supplements aren’t regulated by the FDA, it’s easy for muscle-building supplement manufacturers to get away with wild claims.

This can lead to a lot of confusion when bodybuilders and new weight trainers are trying to determine the best bodybuilding supplements to add to their regimen.

So here’s Troy’s list of the best supplements to build muscle:

1:45 – CREATINE:

For skinny guys who want to gain weight, this supplement will increase your energy output and fuel your muscle gains by allowing you to lift heavier weights in the gym.


Your muscles need a consistent supply of protein throughout the day in order to support muscle growth. Using a whey protein supplement is an easy and convenient way to reach your daily protein intake. The best time to take whey protein is within 30 minutes after finishing a workout.


Whey protein is to be taken during the day because it’s fast absorbing. Casein protein is different because it is a slow-absorbing protein source. Therefore it’s great for taking at night, so your body can utilize the protein for a longer period of time as you’re sleeping.

5:17 – DEXTROSE:

This is one of the best post-workout supplements that not many trainers talk about (or know about.) You won’t even find it in supplements stores very often. However, this is the perfect thing to consume post-workout because of the fact that it’s a fast-digesting carbohydrate. It will restore muscle glycogen levels and help your muscles recover after a hard workout. (The faster they can recover, the better chance they have to grow.)


Just like BCAA’s, heavy weight lifting puts a demand on your body for amino acids like L-Glutamine. Supplementing with this will not only help your muscles recover faster, but it’s also been shown to aid in protein synthesis AND increase your plasma HGH (Human Growth Hormone) levels, which will undoubtedly have an impact on muscle gains.


You already know that men with higher testosterone levels have the ability to build muscle faster and easier. If you want to boost your natural T levels, D-Aspartic Acid is one of the best supplements to take.


These are best to take before and after your workout. Intense exercise is known to break down BCAA’s so it’s important to restore these levels through supplementation. If your body is low on BCAA’s it’s going to be harder for you to gain lean muscle mass.

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william stait says:

Echo is annoying man otherwise good stuff 

Ronald Liono says:

Hey guys, there are so many different kind of proteins here.. I know you
take some before you workout, some after you workout, and some before you
go to sleep, all different kinds, but there are 7 different types here that
he is talking about, so I guess where do fit the other 4 ?!?! Throughout
the day?

Hertz Official says:

Great video! He seems very knowledgable about mass gaining supplements, the
one thing i don’t agree on is the whey protein… Don’t get me wrong
protein is essential to mass gaining, but When i was 17 years old and first
starting to work out seriously i didn’t earn enough money to buy any
protein powder, so i just decided to get all my protein from my meals. I
would eat a peanut butter sandwiches every class period, and for lunch i
would get extra sides (meat only) and (bread for carbohydrates) and eat a
lot… I weighed about 145 but since i was eating so much and getting so
much protein from my meals i was benching 165 with chains and 205 max
bench… I weight 145… You do the math i strongly believe eating your
protein is so much better than powder. This is just my opinion 

15y old bodybuilder says:

Ok I’m 15 6″2 I love to lift it’s Ben my favorite thing since I was 7 and I
am best lifter at my school I squat 275 5 times clean 197 and bench 197 and
I want to get better I don’t know if I can but im also planning to have a
muscle building diet and these supplements do u thing I should I know I’m
15 I dgaf

Weight Gain Network says:

Top 7 Best Supplements For Building Muscle Quickly

In this video from Weight Gain Network, Troy Adashun goes over his list of
the best supplements for muscle gain.

Troy has been studying supplements for building muscle his entire life, and
after all his research, has determined that there are only a handful that
he really considers essential…

You can get the full story here:

slicklizardchamp says:

Honestly, if you’re trying to get stronger but not heavier, avoid Creatine.
Just an FYI to people who want muscle and not AS MUCH mass 

Rony Rodriguez says:

Im 16 nd I workout a lot should I take these supplements does it matter my
age ?

Crystal Anderson says:

So hard to listen to this because of the gymnasium-sounding echo going on
in that room while you’re talking. But aside from that, I’m super glad I
watched this! Gonna see if these supplements are available in organic form.

Dawn Theack says:

Scientific data demonstrate that you can optimise your muscles building
process 2x-3x quicker; by simply adjust your eating plan. Because time you
spend for the gym is only 3% of all your time.

Nismo Kid says:

Too much of an echo to watch beyond a few seconds. 

William Barrett says:

Top Item to Maximize Your Voice In A Youtube Video: MICROPHONE!

Grammar 404_not_found says:

goodbye liver

Fadi Abbas says:

yes take all those together and say goodbye to your liver lol

valle vogt says:

I take whey 80 keratin multi vitamin omega 3 carbs gainer glutemin hmb

jojo says:

In regards to creatine…did you say supplement before workout? Hard to
hear. Thank you.

Sonny Fish says:

They say it 60% Gym 50% Nutrition/ Supplements that’s a 110%! 

psyenergy1 says:

Nice steepling brother.

ThWind81 says:

Interested but can’t listen to that audio. Just a cheap lavalier mic can do
wonders or you can try a cheap directional shotgun mic. The built-in omni
mic plus a kitchen = what you have here. Audio is more important than video
most of the time.

Matthew Figgins says:

echo no

Greg Ross says:

Great list! Agree with the order as well!

InstaSneaks Founders says:

do you even lift? 

Sonny Fish says:

No brains no gains!

jojo says:

So confusing…arghhh

mnunez10 says:


Grant dumas says:

You don’t need to have simple carbs and protein within 45 min post
workout. That myth has pretty much been debunked, and simple carbs are not
needed. It’s not going to hurt having simple/carbs and protein post

Flax seed and other healthy fats will not increase testosterone to any
significant degree and will probably only increase testosterone in people
who don’t consume enough fats in their diet.

pedro Gonzalez says:

Thanks for the tips bud.. Hope you talk more about boosters all boosters 

Dylan Rohe says:

Is each one of these to be taken as a seperate drink or can you mix it
together? Or buy supplements with multiple ingredients?

Alen Kazalac says:

4/8 of this supplements are TOTAL bs…

dinu kerala says:

check out the weight shedding machine that lies hidden in your body.

bboy zero G says:

Can I take creatine at 16 years old? 

Brandon Knapp says:

What is a good DAA and dextrose supplement to take??? I am 17 years old and
have been lifting for 2 years.

griselda rodgi says:

thanks this actually helped me a lot!!!
straight to the point

blitzermanonline says:

Thanks a lot 

Jamie Craft says:

Very god video

BJM157 says:

Do you alternate between supplements or are you suppose to take all 7 on
workout days…seems like a lot of shakes to drinks before or after

RixHealth Rixnet says:
Aaron Luce says:

Are you suppose to take all of these or just some of them?

Weight Gain Network says:

@StreetFighter355 – Okay I see. Thanks for the info.

Weight Gain Network says:

@Griffin Rees – Yeah I think this is the last of the videos we shot that
had bad sounds quality. All the videos moving forward will have much better

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