Supplements for getting cut
- 03-27-2007, 09:42 PM
Supplements for getting cut
Hey guys, my name is Keon. I am new to this forum and this is my fiisrt post. I have been lifting for a long time now. I have been taking creatine and it helps me get stronger but I just can not seem to get cut. A friend told me about this stuff called virilitrac. I was wondering if it was worth the money. If it isnt please tell me what supplement is worth the money. Thanks:bruce3:
- 03-27-2007, 10:35 PM
03-27-2007, 10:43 PM
03-28-2007, 01:44 PM
i eat 3 times a day, i stay away from fast food. I lift everynight exept on the weekends. so no one has sever heard of virilitrac?
03-28-2007, 01:46 PM
i am 21 i mostly lift, rarely do cardio. I was going to start cardio after i found a good cutter/fat burner
03-28-2007, 02:34 PM
if your trying to lose weight you need to eat atleast 5-6 small meals per day. it seems quite obvious why your not losing weight to me....3 meals per day w/ no cardio?
I would start by getting your diet in order and doing 20-30 min cardio 4-5 times per week. With no supplements what-so-ever you will see amazing results in less than a month.
I have never heard of this virilitrac, but if you really want to use a supplement, my recommendation would be venom or . If you dont get that diet/cardio under control though, no supplement is going to help. Supps are just what they are called....they are used to SUPPLEMENT a good diet and hard work.
Anyways, thats just my opinion, good luck with whatever you decide.
03-28-2007, 03:15 PM
03-28-2007, 03:41 PM
03-28-2007, 04:25 PM
I always advise people to never go and buy supplements, until diet and exercise routines are in order. And I don't think yours is.
I would try to start with taking the 3 meals you already eat per day, breaking them up into 5. As in, don't eat more, just eat the same amt. of cals just break em up into 5 meals rather than 3. Then try to increase cals after a week to making it 6 meals/day instead of 5. You will slowly be able to eat 7-8 meals/day, because your metabolism will start to increase and adapt to this way of eating. Everything is a process, don't try to do everything all at once (including purchasing of supplement). Once you start to get the hang of this, THEN maybe we could talk supplementation, but until then I think you will be wasting your money, bc you won't get the effectiveness from the supplement with a bad diet, just so you know, all I am trying to do is help you save your money for when it could be used effectively, so please take it that way and not that I am trying to keep you from using supplements.
Hope this helped. GL man. And if you have any more questions let us know..please.
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