HEy ya all, just a quick question i would like to drop 5 - 7 % of BF ... Question is what supp r out there that work and dont have sides?
I was thinking lipo-6, tight or any others
Died is clean and 4 times 30 min of cardio..
What is your current body fat?
5-7% isn't an easy task my man, that's gonna take alot of hard work. What time frame were you planning on working in? And when you say "clean", can you post a normal day, because 'clean' can be a pretty relative term...And the best supplement to a clean diet/training regiment is this stuff called Bobo..Runs you around $270, but you'll cut up beautifully and it lasts you a lifetime
Now i am around 12 - 15% and about 215 pounds. I just finished my 1-ad cycle so now its time to cut... I heard people had good results with lipo-6 with minimal muscle loss.
For the most part, theres NO true thermogenic effect, its all a crock. The best cut is a solid foundational diet, basically what your getting in a "fat loss" supplement is a appetite suppressant. So dont go out blowing a whole wad of cash on these products. Since , they would a stimulants, you will want to bounce around to different products because the likelyhood of your body becoming accustomed to the herbal effects is high. Just remember dieting is first and foremost. Cardio is very important, running for a longer period of time at a slower pace than going balls out will burn more fat calories than simply sprint for 10 minutes. Try your 60% max HR and cruise at that pace for 30-45 minutes if you can handle that.
How long ago did you finish your cycle?What was your PCT like, I'd maybe stave off the cutting until you've solidified your gains from the cycle...
Originally Posted by 6paq
Pretty sure I disagree with most of you post.
Fat loss products work. HIIT is better than lengthy slower paced runs, I say.
PCT was basicly Rebound and Zinc.. i know not the best but it worked really good... I just finished the cycle so i think i might have some bloating going on...
I heard its good to sprint and then slow down and then sprint on and off.. but maybe its just me ?~
I think you might have at least a few weeks to solidify your gains before you consider cutting..The bloat your having troubles with could probably be cured up by cleaining up your diet a little dude...Originally Posted by memo007
That is what HIIT is. Yes, it is good.Originally Posted by memo007
If you are going to be doing HIIT or any other strenuous workout I would recommend some Lean Extreme too. Does great for reducing cortisol levels and I posted a study in the supp section about cortisol and how bad it spikes post workout (specially during a stressful, long workout) and the first couple hours of sleep! You want to prevent catabolism as much as possible.
Ultradrol Log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/cycle...pressured.html
yes definitely watch out for that nasty Cortisol. Also watch your sodium intake, as the bloat from water retention can blur those elusive cuts.
do you have a specific time frame in wanting to cut. Because I only know two "supps" that would cut that much BF% in a quick amount of time and I would be hesitant to recommend them if your just looking cut for non competitive purposes diet and cardio is going to be the best
Diet and exercise work bestOriginally Posted by 6paq
but chemicals can and do work to speed the process along.
anthing from EC stacks to clen or albuterol to t3 or t4 and trimax
all depends if you want to manipulate your thyroid function, body temp, heart rate etc. and to what extent or degree and the risk/reward ratio
Cortisol is overrated.Originally Posted by LakeMountD
Cortisol is also very necessary for life.
The prime problem with cortisol believe it or not is that it spikes your appetite, especially you crave quick carbs because insulin stomps the heck out of cortisol. Quick carbs = fat.
Cortisol is related to abdominal fat - but really it's the swing in insulin that causes preferential storage in the torso (the same mechanism can actually lean out your extremities and effectively redeposit fat into the torso). Fat in the torso is very, very ready to listen to insulin. "Store some more fat?? YES SIR!! WE'VE BEEN WAITING!"
Cortisol isn't something you need to get rid of unless you have it consistently elevated. Prolonged stress response IS a bad thing.
Most of the studies people refer to involve sedentary individuals with bad diets - wild swings in insulin and blood sugar. Yeah, this causes adaptation as the body tries to shield itself from their stupidity and that adaptation eventually causes insulin resistance, diabetes, etc.
maybe try some ectotropin
cAMP/Sesamin stack works awesome. Scorch is also solid
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Theremogenics are out there and do work so I don't know what you mean by your statement.