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    Solid cutting stack ?


    So looking to get a little more cut (cause ho doesn't want to be more cut ?) and was curious if this looks solid enough.
    Erase/titanium at2 ec stack
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    Lean xtreme at2/titanium ec stack

    Just wondering which people would recommend more I guess.
    I've had good success before going at2/erase/ec but I am curious about lean xtreme since it has solid reviews

    Thanks.

    Diet will be higher protein/fats with carb cycling every 3 days (roughly)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmacrazy View Post
    So looking to get a little more cut (cause ho doesn't want to be more cut ?) and was curious if this looks solid enough.
    Erase/titanium at2 ec stack
    Or
    Lean xtreme at2/titanium ec stack

    Just wondering which people would recommend more I guess.
    I've had good success before going at2/erase/ec but I am curious about lean xtreme since it has solid reviews

    Thanks.

    Diet will be higher protein/fats with carb cycling every 3 days (roughly)
    The original Lean Xtreme was very effective, but the reformulated version doesn't do it for me, unfortunately.

    I recommend going with the Alpha-T2/Erase/EC stack - it's definitely effective, and since you've used it before, it's not an issue adding Titanium in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    The original Lean Xtreme was very effective, but the reformulated version doesn't do it for me, unfortunately.

    I recommend going with the Alpha-T2/Erase/EC stack - it's definitely effective, and since you've used it before, it's not an issue adding Titanium in there.

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    I agree with Rosie. She basically said everything I was going to post.
    Titanium looks very interesting. Should be a solid stack!
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    I like to keep things pretty basic a well tuned diet,focused training and need 2 slin.I heard of those stacks mentioned above before and have heard good things
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    Thanks for the replies. Just wanted to make sure there wasn't something new and exciting out there.
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    I like option A for getting solid and cut
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