Target Areas for Abliderate
07-06-2011 01:14 PM
Target Areas for Abliderate
I assume w/ its cortisol control its core/midsection. When I ran Avant's Lipo-Ultra or Napalm I would to apply midsection and lower pecs for a little BF that was up there.
Is that a total waste w/ Abliderate? It's not much but if it won't help I don't want to rub it there.
If it is a waste, what product would work? I'm in a caloric deficit and my nutrition/diet/exercise is pretty good on most days.
07-06-2011 01:28 PM
Cortisol is an extremely minor contributor to pec fat deposits. It would be a waste of product.
07-06-2011 01:32 PM
Thank you. Recommendations for a topical, or just continue to keep diet/exercise straight to gradually reduce overall bodyfat?
07-06-2011 01:42 PM
Depends on your bodyfat percentage. Abliderate works great at higher BF % and for VAT, while Eviscerate is excellent for fat reduction - even on pec/arm area - at slightly lower bodyfat levels.
Originally Posted by DCbuilder
07-06-2011 04:12 PM
If you were to use both, would you advise 3 weeks of Abliderate followed by 3 weeks of Evicerate, as opposed to trying to use simultaneously?
07-06-2011 04:14 PM
Personally I got fantastic results using them Simultaneously for my Arnold Prep.
07-06-2011 04:43 PM
Interesting - I assume this would only work w/ a lower BF? I'm 6'0 and 182, I'd say in decent shape but no idea the exact BF. I'm far from a pro bodybuilder, i.e. not ripped, but I don't have a huge gut either, but there is fat on top of abs. Would I be a candidate to use both simultaneously, and if so, how? Or am I better off just w/ Abliderate, or a cycle of one Abliderate followed by Evicerate.
07-06-2011 06:02 PM
Im seeing good results so far, 1 month into my cut using both products simultaneously. I apply eviscerate (smolder) into my abs, pecs, and delts area 15-20 prior to workout and its burning like hell during the workout, sweating like its not gonna end which is good. THen i apply my abliderate to abs and kidney area after my workout shower and prior to bed.
07-07-2011 09:04 AM
I could try something like this a few times a week. My workout is about 1 hr, so I'd be washing it off in 1 hr. Is that a long enough duration to keep the Eviscerate on?
Originally Posted by r6lift
I don't have smolder, just the OG.
07-07-2011 12:33 PM
I always thought Abliderate was best upon waking when cortisol levels are highest? I suppose post workout shower cortisol levels should be elevated as well.
I LOVE Eviscerate pre-workout. Hurts so good.
07-09-2011 12:19 PM
Fat on top of your abs is called Subcutaneous. You would get the best results with Eviscerate.
07-11-2011 08:34 PM
I just got my order to the OG version. I have been dieting for three months. The only fat I have it my love handles and some chest fat. I lift weights in the morning at 11:00am and I train muay thai at seven M/W. On T/Th I train bjj at seven. My question is when should I apply the product for maximum effectiveness? In bjj I don't want to get in on any of my partners. On day I will use it and train I plan to wear several layers to ensure this.
Originally Posted by dsade
07-12-2011 03:50 PM
I would say as soon as you wake up and potentially before bed. The stuff is VERY potent and even if you applied it say at 12:30 after a shower you may risk transfer. I have certainly had times 6 or 7 hours later where I almost forgot I had eviscerate and then noticed the sweet burn. Though the multiple layers SHOULD keep this from happening that is probably the way I'd do it. Or possibly even just once a day right off the bat in the morning.
Originally Posted by JGank
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