Fans of HBO’s acclaimed series The Wire know that, “if you come at the king you best not miss.” With the release of his myostatin inhibiting supplement King, 4x Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler seems to be challenging other supplement competitors to come at him.

And if Cutler Nutrition’s King is as powerful as it claims, the competition has their work cut out for them if they hope to get on Cutler’s level. More importantly, if they do, they best not miss.

So what does King do exactly? This review will break everything down for you.

What Is Myostatin?

As mentioned above, King is part of a new supplement category which seeks to inhibit myostatin. To save you some serious Googling time, myostatin is a special type of growth factor which regulates muscle growth.

Put simply, by reducing the amount of myostatin you have, the easier it is to build muscle mass. The best example of this is the Belgian Blue bull, which has a myostatin divergence that results in accelerated lean muscle growth.
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What Ingredients Are Featured In King?

One of the main ingredients in here is called phosphatidic acid, and does have some research to support its effectiveness.

One study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition examined the effects of phosphatidic acid supplementation in 28 resistance trained males.

The subjects followed an 8-week periodized resistance training program.

At the end of the study, researchers concluded that supplementing with phosphatidic acid can. “improve responses in skeletal muscle hypertrophy, lean body mass, and maximal strength.”[1]

Another ingredient in here that’s starting to become more popular is nicotinamide riboside.

This compound has a host of benefits including the ability to increase metabolic rate, accelerate ATP replenishment for more endurance, and slow down cell aging.

Price And Availability

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I’ve seen Cutler Nutrition’s King offered on a couple of websites, however, they all indicate that the product is back ordered right now. Best case scenario, the product will be in stock and available in the next couple of weeks.

As far as price goes, I’ve seen King offered at prices up to $85. Hopefully the price will come down when the product officially becomes available. If not, there will likely be websites offering a special introductory price.

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I’m really excited to try this product out once it becomes available. Check back in the next couple of weeks for a full review. I’ll try it out and let you know whether or not it improved my workouts and size gains

[1] Jordan M Joy, Ryan P Lowery, Joshua E Dudeck, Phosphatidic acid supplementation increases skeletal muscle hypertrophy and strength Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2013, 10(Suppl1):P13

About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

3 Responses

    • Brian E.

      We haven’t got around to trying it yet because of the long regimen and time it requires to see effects. You should supplement consistently with this for several weeks (up to 8). However, looking at the ingredients, using this as directed and coupled with consistent training, you should notice additional increases in strength and muscle gain.


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