T-Heat? does this stuff actually work?
05-03-2003 08:22 AM
does this stuff actuall work?
I saw the new t-heat in the mebmers store. .. anyone think this sutff works? I've been on a very haddcore cuttign cycle consisting of winny, clen/t3. .. i've lost a ton of weight and maintained my muscle size and actually gotten qutie stronger overall . . . the only probelm is i seem to lose weight from every part of my boyd but my god damn love handls ... do you think this stuf would help? I think it's just genetic more or less, reguardless i'm having a hell of a time losing weight from this area.
05-03-2003 12:13 PM
Thats because its probably old, brown adipose tissue, the last kind your body will oxidize. You gotta get rid of everything else before those areas start reducing drastically. I don't know much about the t-heat so I'll let someone else address that...
05-03-2003 04:31 PM
yeah, when i started bulking like 3 years ago when i was liting 100% naturally, this was the first placei gained weight. . . and always the last to lose when i cut. .. it just seemed like i never lost all that i gained from that area. .. now it's just kinda built up in the past three years. .. the rest of me isa pretty damn cut. .. . any idesa appreciated
05-03-2003 04:54 PM
It usually has decent results (Lipoderm and Yohimburn or any other topical yohimbine) when used correctly, yes. Make sure you are in a calorie defecit, doing cardio, and applying correctly and you should see some results. Also the most noticeable results are from people with lower bf% who are looking for that last help in trouble spots. Also remember that prep H gel will help draw out the retained water from the Y, this always happens. I suggest you research how topical yohimbine works (Avant labs or BB.com are the best places for research about this).
05-09-2003 10:31 AM
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