T911 and Oxyelite Pro

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    T911 and Oxyelite Pro


    Is it ok to take T911 along with Oxyelite Pro? Just wanted to make sure. Couldnt find anything on the web. Sorry if its a dumb question. My first post lol.

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    sup holmes

    you could run them both imo. OEP is a fatburner, and T-911 is a test product.

    post how it goes for ya.
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    unless your an alien (a real one not a mexican imm) you will be fine,
    you trying to preserve some muscle with t911 while cutting?
    The difference between who you are and who you want to be is what you do.
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    Yea.. Im trying to drop like 5-10 lbs fat for the summer lol. I havent taken a thermo since my college days (like 2003). Ephedra used to really mess with me. Hot flashes, gitters, along with other unpleasant sides. Ive been taking T911 for a few weeks now. Not really sure that its doing too much. Havent noticed any significant gains in strength or anything. Just decided to add a thermo cuz ive been hearing goods things about oxy on this board. Just wanted to make sure there werent any compounds that shouldnt be mixed toghether. I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks.
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    should work out well, t-911 will help keep muscle while cutting, the anti e properties may dry you alittle and help with the appearance of fat loss, plus it has yohimbine in it which will aid in fat loss and lean gains
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    Does oxyelite pro have some sort of diuretic in it? havent been drinking much more water than usual, but I gotta piss like every 30 min.. Kinda annoying. Im on the same pissing schedule as my pitbull lol. Is this normal or am I just weird?
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    Quote Originally Posted by holmes85 View Post
    Does oxyelite pro have some sort of diuretic in it? havent been drinking much more water than usual, but I gotta piss like every 30 min.. Kinda annoying. Im on the same pissing schedule as my pitbull lol. Is this normal or am I just weird?
    how much water do you drink?

    i ramp up my h2o intake when using oxyelite because i use it for my cardio/HIIT sessions, so i'm feeling like i need more water than usual during that time, which in turn causes me to piss alot a little while later.
  

  
 

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