Looking to cut some weight
- 05-13-2010, 01:34 PM
Looking to cut some weight
Hey guys...new to Anabolic Minds...need some help currently looking to drop 10-15 pounds...got to get rid of the handles of love ...i've fallen in love with bulking ever since my football coach told me to gain 40 pounds 3 years ago. I am currently 23 years old 6'6 270 pounds usually eat very clean and work extremely hard 5-6 times a week in the gym.I am committed to cardio when I need to be. I took a week off last week from the gym and eating clean . Now it's time to get back to the grilled chicken, cottage cheese, and greek yogurt. I fell in love with Jack3d and also have some friends that have had great results from. I did a combine two months ago and ran a 4.83 40 yard dash and benched 225 25 times. I am doing another next year but i want to decrease my 40 to a 4.7 and bench 225 around 35 times. As for my question, do you guys think jack3d, animal cuts, and whey protein would be sufficient or should i add something else to this stack? and do you even think jack3d mixed with animal cuts would be a good idea?
- 05-13-2010, 03:02 PM
well cutitng weight is always a bitch for most people, make sure to have BCAA on hand and sip them through the day,
using a great thermogenic like Oxy elite pro, san tight extreme, clenbutrex, or others, paired with a great topical liek will really help get you the look you are going for, drop a pre workout supp as you're getting plenty of caffeine and stims from your fat burners
tons of people love ..... just drop the jack3d due to over stims bro...
- 05-13-2010, 03:15 PM
05-13-2010, 03:40 PM
Once you have that info, then take a look at Animal Cuts/Sesamin(at least 6g a day)/Raspberry Ketones (1-1.5g's/day)
I would stay away from a big time stim Pre-Workout if you take animal cuts, theres already 400mg of caffeine...no need to over do it when you're cutting or losing weight.
And yes...BCAA's for the win!
05-13-2010, 06:40 PM
Thanks for the awesome feedback...i was kind of thinking jack3d and animal cuts would be way over the top...glad you guys agree haha
05-15-2010, 04:10 AM
Its all about discipline. Dont take any meal for granted. Its also about finding out the right mix of (cals/fats/carbs/proteins) for YOU. I am very sensitive to carbs...so I keep them low and dont eat ANY after 6pm unless I workout late. Others fuel off carbs and can cut on them...you have to find your "utopia" in terms of nutrition. and roll with it.
05-15-2010, 09:02 PM
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