you cant spot lose fat
I've tried most supps and I burn fat everywhere but my damn GUT. I'd list them all but it's A LOT. I've been swimming for years and do cardio to the max. My diet is pretty clean. Im just looking for some suggestions one what you think is the best idea to help me out. THANK YOU
And I use to do hundreds of leg lifts a night, with weight. All that did was make my gut look bigger. It basically gained muscle and pushed the fat out farther.
That's why I'm looking for sups
Fasted cardio always works for me......
Originally Posted by 0071982WCAll of the above +Originally Posted by Whacked
and Cafeine pills before weight lifting and before cardio
I also heard no more than 12g of sugar a day... That seems pretty damn hard
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EC +/ will get you lean with a good diet, but like people above have said, you cannot spot reduce fat. Where body fat comes off of a person first/last is dependent on the individual
EC + eviscerate smolder + c-bolic
X-factor advanced plus Glycerol mono + LCLT wouldnt be a bad option to throw into whats already above if you are extremely desperate.
If that doesnt work there would have to be something wrong with your diet, cardio, and or workout regimen.
I'm 6'1Originally Posted by Whacked
Idk my body fat
I use to lift 5 days a week, now my work is getting in the way..
try sesamin from sesame oil before cardio, this work for me.
Read Lyle McDonald's Rapid Fatloss Diet. Implement. Run hill reps, sprints and do some HIT on spin bike.
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If it's visceral fat, there isn't a whole lot to do.
That being said raspberry ketones, cortisol blockers and alpha yohimbine together would assist in the removal of hormonal fats.
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