Hman's cutting up!
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08-11-2009, 05:35 PM
Yes and Yes. it helped out a lot around my lower back and love handles. I suggest getting two bottles, I had results with one, but the second month was better.
I liked the LeanX and DCP stack a lot too.
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08-11-2009, 05:50 PM
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08-11-2009, 08:38 PM
I agree. Napalm seems to be the best route. I've tried Napalm for a week and saw results. Unfortunately my skin did not like Napalm for whatever reason and I had to discontinue.
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08-11-2009, 09:03 PM
Naplam it is. I will have to wait a bit to get it though because I am broke and I want to get that and lean extreme and adipo-x or recreate. So thats what i will do.
08-12-2009, 01:38 AM
I'll be doing a LeanX, AlphaBurn, Eviscerate, and Adipo X stack.
I used Recreate and wasn't impressed. It seemed so mild. I really think Adipo X is great stuff.
08-12-2009, 09:37 AM
love me some Recreate!
of course a crack addict like IC would find RC to be 'mild'..you're a stim junkie dude!
RC is low-stim, but highly effective for fat-loss and muscle-preservation..I'm a fan.
I was never impressed with my (albeit short) run with topicals. my route is pinpoint diet, solid supp support (big fan of L-carnitine too, can also use some Forslean in addition to RC), and training like a madman!
08-12-2009, 11:38 AM
I agree with the l-carnitine and forslean. I was using that SuperCuts 3 product from Universal along with forslean and had real good results.
I like stims, but I've "grown up" in a sense, and have found plenty better products for weight loss that are non-stimulant based. Stims are sort of the icing for me; just for fun.
08-12-2009, 12:51 PM
Did some cardio this morning and will do some more later in the day. I think I am losing weight to fast so I might have to bump up my cals a bit. I am also having am moderate carb day today. I think that I am losing muscle which is something I would like to keep to a minimum. I am really not good at cutting I never know if I am losing muscle of fat its weird. I seem to think it's going well and then I start second guessing myself and wonder if its muscle. I wish I had a bod pod in my house that would help. lol
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08-12-2009, 02:39 PM
meal one-protein shake 5g glutamine, 25gramsworth of oatmeal,2 tbs pb
meal 2-8ounces ground beef, broccoli
meal 3-same or chicken broccoli and almonds
meal 4 - (postworkout) protein shake, 5g'glutamine, 2tb pb
meal 5- steak or beef or chicken and large salad with vinegar olive oil dressing
meal 6- Protein shake 5g glutamine, handfull of almonds
On days I work outside(mowing yards, meals 2 and 3 might be subbed for sandwich on ww bread with 8oz turkey, some mayo (made with olive oil) and mustard
08-12-2009, 03:24 PM
Serious lack of T&A round here these days.
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08-12-2009, 03:28 PM
08-12-2009, 03:29 PM
if we utilized AnabolicPump, we could structure carb intake differently..
but just utilizing your diet (which is a good one btw), we could make the following tweaks:
throw in 3g fish oil w/ meals 1 & 6
add in some grapefruit for breakfast
2 Recreate + 1g L-carnitine upon rising, eat 30min later
also, 2 RC + 1g L-carnitine 30min preWO
BCAA support thruout workout
get some carbs in postWO -- some brown rice, oats, or even rice cakes (the no-sugar ones, of course)
have last feeding @1.5-2hrs prior to bed; at bedtime, take in BCAA's + 1g L-carnitine (I use 2 scoops Xtend, so 7g BCAA's)
every 3rd day, add in a 7th meal prior to bed (no BCAA's/carnitine these nights):
1 large banana
6-8oz sweet potato
2 cups broccoli
1.5-2 cups oats
this will keep the thyroid regulated naturally, kicking into gear on the hi-carb nights to fuel further fat-loss, while aiding recovery/muscle retention as well.
08-12-2009, 03:31 PM
You shouldn't be losing too much size with that diet. Lots of protein in there. It's either all in your head, or your cardio is too intense. Your loss of strength is mostly going to be due to low glycogen. No worries.
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