I've been out of the fat burner game for quite some time. Last one I used was.
Has anything new/better came out lately?
Can't go wrong with EC. Simple, cheap, and very effective. Packaged products... OxyElite, Spirodex, Rezolution are the ones that come to mind.
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Take a look through Fat Burner Experience Thread (note that I've added a couple more products to that list, such as Taurus Nutrition's 7-KE).
The most complete fat burner available is Shred Matrix, IMO - see my Review of Shred Matrix to see why I say this.
However, there are many products that can aid in and are effective in helping re fat loss aside from fat burners - for example, topicals (i.e. 7-KE, Eviscerate, etc.), nutrient repartitioners/insulin mimics (i.e. Recompadrol, Slin-Sane, etc.), cortisol controllers (i.e. Erase, Lean Xtreme, etc.), thyroid boosters (i.e. Alpha-T2, Mitotropin, etc.), energy products (i.e. BLACK CATS, caffeine, etc.), natural Growth Hormone and/or Testosterone boosters (i.e. IGF-2, Drive, etc.), including your stimulant (i.e. Shred Matrix, Hot Rox Extreme, etc.) and non-stimulant (i.e. Lipotrophin-PM, H.E.A.T. Stack, etc.) fat burners.
Re products that help re fat loss, my favourites are:
Hot-Rox Extreme - the best fat burner re effects, but that I cannot use any more
Shred Matrix - the most complete fat burner, IMO
Alpha-T2 - definitely notice the difference when NOT using this
Erase - helps eliminate water and dry you out, and notice big time when not using it
IGF-2 - I get results with this, period!
7-KE - especially dosed high
DCP - going to miss the original version
At the end of the day, what you use is up to you. Remember that supplements just SUPPLEMENT your NUTRITION AND TRAINING - the two primary and most important factors in the success (or lack of it) with fat loss.
HEAT and DCP. Even though they're not new, nothing has come out on the market that has been better since they were first introduced (HEAT in '04, DCP in '06).
M.Ed. Ex Phys