Tip #7: Anabolic vs Hyperbolic Mass


I thought I’d touch on this because a friend of mine had asked about it, because he wanted advice on which one is better to take and all I could say was hyperbolic, because I’ve known hyperbolic to mean exaggerated in some sense, so you would be exaggerating gains in mass and I just didn’t know how to compare it much to anabolic. I wasn’t too far off, but to be clearer, I thought I’d do a post on it.


Anabolic Mass relates to the metabolic process of anabolism in which your body builds larger molecules from smaller molecules through the use of an energy and the building of muscle is what makes it anabolic. Hyperbolic means to be exaggerated, therefore Hyperbolic Mass is indicating that the gains that you’ll be making will be exaggerated if you use it.

Otherwise, the difference mainly lies in the nutritional value which can be found on the nutrition label, the only brand which I’ve seen with Hyperbolic Mass is USN and it seems mainly targeted at people with fast metabolisms to enhance their chances of muscle mass growth which makes sense.


In terms of which one is better, it depends on that nutritional value and your goals in a certain time period. The things which I can point out in looking at for muscle mass gains, which I assume is what you looking to do with Anabolic or Hyperbolic Mass, is to look at the calories (energy in kilojoules), carbohydrates and protein, the one which carries the higher content of these nutrients is the one which is better for greater gains.


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