Burning fat fast
- 08-14-2013, 11:05 AM
Burning fat fast
I need to lose about 10-15 pounds of fat very fast like in 2 weeks. I understand the right way is to restrict caloric intake and exercise...well I have been doing that and I am losing weight slow I am willing to busy my ass in cardio and starve myself if needed I know it sounds dangerous but ill live I have plenty of fat. Any ideas?
- 08-14-2013, 11:51 AM
Quickest way I can think of because I use it.
Wake up - Whey isolate which I like iForce Isotean not only for flavor but 3g of carbs.
Meal 1 - 1hr after isolate, 6oz protein and 1tbsp fat
Do this for all meals except for pre/post workout.
Pre- 4oz protein 1/2-3/4 cup carbs
Intra - iForce Compete + BCAA
Post-4oz protein 1/2-3/4 cup carbs
HIIT training after weight training.
Can add a thermogenic if money allows. I use Dexaprine not only for energy but also to help with hunger which it does a lot.
This is essentially what I do my last couple week leading into a contest.
I hope this helps you. PM me if you have any questions.
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08-15-2013, 05:42 AM
15 pounds of fat in 2 weeks? Not a chance.
3500 calories per LB of fat. Say you want to lose 10 lbs...youve got to burn 35,000 calories in two weeks? Be realistic, drop to under 100g of carbs a day, have moderate amount of fats( 50-75g), eat your usual high intake of protein and absolutely SMASH cardio and weights. You won't lose 10lbs but you'll notice bodyfat loss visually. 30/40 minutes LIIS in the morning....weights in the evening + LIIS again or HIIT.
08-15-2013, 01:54 PM
id go full potato and drop all carbs. drink coconut oil and eat copious amounts of bacon. add to this dexaprine and tt-33 as well as an outside source of l-carn
and PL-carn. you will absolutely drop 10-15 lbs even though a lot of that will be water weight it will still help you look hugely different in that small time frame.
keto diets are hard to live with for the first few days but after that imo they are the easiest way to achieve your goal.
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08-15-2013, 01:58 PM
I swear by circuit training using 60-75% of your 1RM. The tough part is getting enough gym to lay out your stations and weights ahead of time. Dropping carbs is a must; drinking water when you crave a snack helps initially. I think hoping to lose 10 lbs of FAT is unrealistic; 10 overall lbs is definitely doable.
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