Our expert says:
I think you are far too much concerned about your body fat percentage that is necessary! At 6,8% it is already extremely low – too low a body fat has detrimental implications of which one is to maintain you testosterone and ultimately therefore your muscle tissue – this might just be the reason why you are battleling to put on muscle. Alternatively the reason will definitely be that you are not eating enough calories / energy for what your body requires. In which case it would not matter which supplement/s you take – if the energy intake is too low you can forget putting on muscle mass. Thus I suggest you stick with the Evox product – it’s a great one – and besides eating three meals per day add to in two servings of the Muscle Meal – one should always be immediately after your training session. Should you still see no increase in muscle mass – given that you are training optimally – you will need to add even more calories to your diet – best to add in some fruit / yoghurt / whole grains e.g. lentils or sweet potato during the day.
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