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    Ok so I've been doing some reading on ArA and I have a few things I hope to clear up. First off I'm a powerlifter and I need to drop about 25 pounds from 220 to 195 to make my weight class. I'm curious as to if taking ArA would help me maintain and even possible gain strength. I know ur told to take in more cals when on ArA because it, from my understanding amplifies ur workout I'm not sure how else to say it. So would being on decreased cals and taking ArA make it worse because my workouts are amplified but I'm taking in less nutrients. Also why is it not recommended for people with GI issues and what is the reason for the 50 days off I see alot of people saying that but no one says why maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places. Also how would stacking forskolin, DAA and erase with ArA help more with maintaining strength or is ArA a good stand alone supp to help me keep/gain strength? I'd appreciate any advice that is given. God bless

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    You're still gonna take a hit in strength dropping that much too quickly but from what I read, ArA would be great for strength. Forskolin and DAA can stack with it. Forskolin should be ran for 8+ weeks
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    Why is this in advanced discussion?
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    just caught that

    OP-post up in the supplement forum and you'll receive more advice
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    Thanks for the heads up bro beans
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoupNaziNazi View Post
    Ok so I've been doing some reading on ArA and I have a few things I hope to clear up. First off I'm a powerlifter and I need to drop about 25 pounds from 220 to 195 to make my weight class. I'm curious as to if taking ArA would help me maintain and even possible gain strength. I know ur told to take in more cals when on ArA because it, from my understanding amplifies ur workout I'm not sure how else to say it. So would being on decreased cals and taking ArA make it worse because my workouts are amplified but I'm taking in less nutrients. Also why is it not recommended for people with GI issues and what is the reason for the 50 days off I see alot of people saying that but no one says why maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places. Also how would stacking forskolin, DAA and erase with ArA help more with maintaining strength or is ArA a good stand alone supp to help me keep/gain strength? I'd appreciate any advice that is given. God bless
    ArA has always been great for me on cuts, bulks, or recomps for strength gain or maintenance. Although I have never done such a significant cut in a short period of itme. I don't know how to answer the rest of your question as I am not entirely knowledgeable aside from personal experience with ArA.

    There are a plethora of options to use along with ArA though include iForce's line of testosterone boosting supplements: Tribulus 2400, Testabolan V2, Reversitol V2, Intimidate SRT, and Tropinol XP.

    I have intentions of stacking ArA with a few of those in the future.

    Also from personal experience the GI thing may have to do with the increase in inflammation you get while on ArA. I didn't experience any GI distress, but I did have very painful elbow tendonitis flareups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laneanders View Post

    ArA has always been great for me on cuts, bulks, or recomps for strength gain or maintenance. Although I have never done such a significant cut in a short period of itme. I don't know how to answer the rest of your question as I am not entirely knowledgeable aside from personal experience with ArA.

    There are a plethora of options to use along with ArA though include iForce's line of testosterone boosting supplements: Tribulus 2400, Testabolan V2, Reversitol V2, Intimidate SRT, and Tropinol XP.

    I have intentions of stacking ArA with a few of those in the future.

    Also from personal experience the GI thing may have to do with the increase in inflammation you get while on ArA. I didn't experience any GI distress, but I did have very painful elbow tendonitis flareups.
    Lol at trib being a test booster!
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    Quote Originally Posted by laneanders View Post
    ArA has always been great for me on cuts, bulks, or recomps for strength gain or maintenance. Although I have never done such a significant cut in a short period of itme. I don't know how to answer the rest of your question as I am not entirely knowledgeable aside from personal experience with ArA.

    There are a plethora of options to use along with ArA though include iForce's line of testosterone boosting supplements: Tribulus 2400, Testabolan V2, Reversitol V2, Intimidate SRT, and Tropinol XP.

    I have intentions of stacking ArA with a few of those in the future.

    Also from personal experience the GI thing may have to do with the increase in inflammation you get while on ArA. I didn't experience any GI distress, but I did have very painful elbow tendonitis flareups.
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