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Arnold Schwarzenegger Blueprint Trainer: Mass Supplementation Overview

Look under the hood of Arnold Schwarzenegger's signature supplement line! Learn about the products Arnold recommends for incredible results.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger didn't have access to a variety of sophisticated sports nutrition supplements in his competitive heyday, but he's always recognized the importance of smart supplementation. "We have to recognize that we would not get all of the nutrients—the vitamins, the minerals, the protein—through regular meals," Arnold says. "This is why we have supplements. No matter how healthy we eat, we won't get enough from regular meals."

"This is why we have supplements. No matter how healthy we eat, we won't get enough from regular meals."

Supplements will never replace hard work, intense training, and quality nutrition, but they can augment your efforts and help you achieve incredible results. Arnold's belief in proper supplementation drove him to create his own supplement line, which is rooted in old-school bodybuilding but founded on cutting-edge science.

Learn more about specific Schwarzenegger Series products, and what they can do to support your goals, below. Check out each product page for more detailed information.

Arnold Schwarzenegger's Supplements


Multivitamin

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As Arnold says, no matter how well hard-training athletes eat, it can be difficult to ingest enough important micronutrients on a daily basis. That's where a multivitamin comes in. A good multivitamin helps cover micronutrient gaps in your diet, and many of them provide additional sports-performance nutrients.

Arnold's Iron Pack has nearly 70 premium ingredients, including multiple micronutrients, branched chain amino acids, fish oil, a joint support complex, desiccated liver, and more.

This powerful combination of a daily premium multivitamin, myriad sports nutrients, and clinically studied ingredients helps support your performance, recovery, and growth.*

Mass Gainer

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Without the right quantity and quality of fuel, your muscles simply won't grow. Mass gainers are designed to help you pack on weight and build serious lean size.* They contain more protein, carbohydrates, and overall calories than standard protein powders. Given the hardcore workouts in the Arnold Blueprint training program, you're going to need extra calories.

Iron Mass is comprised of advanced protein technology, elite complex carbs, healthful fats, cutting-edge performance ingredients, and a balanced digestive blend.*

Instead of being stocked with sugars and other simple carbs, Iron Mass contains sweet potato and barley. Instead of skimping on cheap fats, Iron Mass uses whipped cream powder for full nutritional benefit and added flavor.

Creatine

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Creatine is one of the most well-studied sports nutrition supplements on the market. By working as a source of muscular energy, creatine can help boost your muscular strength, endurance, and power.*

Creatine also pulls water into your muscle cells, thereby increasing the size and fullness of your muscles.* In other words, it can make a big impact on your strength, size, and performance.*

Pre-Workout

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Pre-workout supplements are designed to boost your workout intensity, energy, and performance.* By increasing your nitric oxide production, pre-workout supplements help deliver more blood to your working muscles. This results in an intense pump and powerful potential for growth.*

Pre-workout supplements often contain caffeine, nitric oxide boosters, and other performance ingredients. Iron Pump is designed to deliver explosive energy and massive pumps.* It's great training fuel for the hardcore, high-volume Blueprint workouts.

Recovery and Sleep Support

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When it comes to muscle growth and exercise performance, recovery is king. Without quality nutrition and rest, your muscles won't recover. Without full recovery, they won't adapt and grow. Sleep is a crucial part of the rest and recovery cycle, so it's important to do everything you can to promote ample, restful sleep.

Iron Dream supports improved sleep, helps your body recover and repair overnight, and enhances deep sleep for maximum growth and recovery.*

Iron Dream contains a variety of sleep- and testosterone-support ingredients, including GABA, horny goat weed, and melatonin. It also contains recovery ingredients like branched chain amino acids and glutamine. This overall mix supports incredible sleep and max recovery.*

Blueprint Supplement Schedule

In the Blueprint program, supplements are integrated with the nutrition plan. Check out the nutrition overview for the full layout. Check out the table below for specific information on supplement timing and dosage.

With Breakfast
Pre-Workout
Post-workout
Midafternoon Meal
Before Bed
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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Dexter617

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Dexter617

People please keep in mind that if you cant afford the Supps or even want these supps then you can still do the program...Cant believe the people ive seen complain about the supps like they cant do the workout without them

Feb 21, 2014 3:22pm | report
BrotherJacob

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BrotherJacob

Agreed. You should straighten out your diet before spending any money on supplements. I don't think people understand the purpose of supplements. That aren't to replace meals. Definition of supplement: "something that completes or enhances something else when added to it."

Feb 22, 2014 6:57am | report
mjames12

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mjames12

Agree as well, I am amazed when people complain about a free program sponsored by a company, of course the company is going to promote their product. Program looks cool, once I am done short cut to size, prob give it a go!

Feb 24, 2014 11:05pm | report
YumYucky

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YumYucky

agreed. Modify.... Improvise... Just get it done with the tools you have!

Feb 27, 2014 9:28am | report
chanujman

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chanujman

lol fo real.. honestly

Mar 1, 2014 6:59am | report
MGC92

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MGC92

Burn!! I dont think Arnold took all those fancy supplements back in the day.

Keep in mind this is sponsored by MusclePharm, they need to get the money back by selling you all kinds of stuff.

Just whey and creatine for me.

Mar 1, 2014 2:29pm | report
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ronaldbkg

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ronaldbkg

Exactly! Doubt that Arnold would reccomend a shake INSTEAD of a meal. Protein shakes are ok, but for the other shakes, do eat real food plz!

Mar 6, 2014 8:12am | report
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Hisham777666

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Hisham777666

great collection

Feb 25, 2014 6:52am | report
Russlalonde

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Russlalonde

Boom

Feb 25, 2014 7:29am | report
mattruns93

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mattruns93

I don't know if I'm about that "horny goat weed" in his recovery and sleep supplement... I'll pass

Feb 25, 2014 4:28pm | report
Viperesse

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Viperesse

Anyone else reading everything in his voice/accent?

Feb 25, 2014 6:58pm | report
ScottNoFlow

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ScottNoFlow

It can't be helped

Feb 25, 2014 9:51pm | report
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ScottNoFlow

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ScottNoFlow

Would have been interesting to see a video for this page as I would have loved to hear him discussing his new supplements line.

Would be interesting to hear about the PWO as I'm pretty sure that they didn't have those back in the 70s as we have them today :)

Feb 25, 2014 11:49pm | report
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jhil82

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jhil82

Question: On this program it tells you to take Iron Cre3 AFTER your workout but on the directions for this supplement it says to take it 20-30 min PRIOR to your workout, which is it?

Feb 28, 2014 9:12am | report
victoryman5757

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victoryman5757

best time is after your work out. you can look it up on this site. I just googled it and it brought me back to bodybuilding.com and it explained the science behind it. hope that helps

Mar 2, 2014 8:45pm | report
chanujman

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chanujman

arnold is such a legend .. gotta get this down to a mad science @chanujman

Mar 1, 2014 6:59am | report
JDBascoJr

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JDBascoJr

i love it when someone comes up to me, who definitely looks like they haven't seen the inside of a gym in years, and the first question out of their mouth is what supps do you take or can you help me w/ my supps? i always say whats ur diet and workout routine look like?

Mar 1, 2014 10:12pm | report
Gokemaster

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Gokemaster

Yeah, this is all just ******** to sell the supplements and get you to buy them. That is a lot of money for just those supplements and only for about a months or less worth.

Mar 6, 2014 5:43pm | report
thekiller777

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thekiller777

The supplements are high quality, and good, but they aren't needed for the program, or anything else actually. Diets probably the biggest determining factor when it come to growth. That and sleep. However, I did love Iron Dream. I slept incredibly well with it.

Mar 8, 2014 8:27am | report
piersonte

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piersonte

The program recommends adding the shake not using it as a meal. And no Arnold didn't take a ton of supplements he did an anabolic stack. He was very moderate with the stack unlike people now days mainly bc of newer crap to reduce estrogen and side effects of them. Of course they are gonna try to make a profit off their stuff they are a business but I can say that they at least research the hell out of everything and do a great job putting together their products. Haven't tried anything but iron mass so far but I've been an advid follower on the muscle pharm train. Not sure if I'm willing to give up my orange triad vitamins yet tho haha. Totally agree people need to get their diet and routin down before dropping tons of cash tho.

Mar 9, 2014 10:59pm | report
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kitkatyum

Where is the Arnie range of steroids....?

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Brenden619

Why do you add it to milk? Milk is for babies, when we grow up you have to drink beer!

Mar 21, 2014 10:09am | report
jacksonwest

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jacksonwest

We dont live in a 3rd world countrie. There for there is no reason for bad diet.diet is key.all im saying is remember arnold didnt have supplements he made his own as many legends did.if u can eat it eat.like he say its to give u a little bit more with supplements.milkshake cream honey was the old way.pure stuff not the costly processed stuff people buy today.arnold is a legend in his own right . Remember he is an acter and a business man.

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jamezford

im 170 cm with 68 kg should eat 4 scoop of iron mass ?

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nsilveira23

I was wondering why they list creatine as a post workout when the label says pre workout.

Apr 9, 2014 3:41pm | report
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