Remaining full + vascular when cutting

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    Remaining full + vascular when cutting


    I'm already lean at about 11-12% now, but I want to get back to sub 10%. the only issue is I always look flat and less vascular when dropping calories

    I was thinking maybe a GDA might help, something like Recompadrol or Slinsane? or anything else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by realityy View Post
    I'm already lean at about 11-12% now, but I want to get back to sub 10%. the only issue is I always look flat and less vascular when dropping calories

    I was thinking maybe a GDA might help, something like Recompadrol or Slinsane? or anything else?
    carb cycling might be a good option. You'll still have some flat days but your carb loading days will get you looking fuller.
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    Antaeus carries an excellent pump product called Thunderbolt that many users have praised for the long lasting pumps. Other than that, some BFR work and drop sets along with carbs are sure to pump you up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SauceMonkey22 View Post
    Just eat carbs lol glycogen makes you look fuller. If you're in a deficit you'll still lose fat. I started my cut at 400g and now in at 275g and I decrease by 25g and 100 cals a week
    ^ This.

    A deficit is a deficit, just don't cut your carbs out too crazily. Lower your fats if you have to but try to keep as much carbs as you can in. Even more beneficial to have a good chunk of those carbs around workout time.
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    carbs could play a huge role in this

    however anabeta gives me a nice full look around week 3 or 4 usually, right now i'm using it in combination with tropinol xp and pretty happy with my fullness even though calories and carbs are low
  

  
 

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