In a couple weeks I want to start focusing on burning excess fat and cutting water weight. I eat lean and I lift daily, do 2 hours of cardio a day and train in MMA by night so I have a pretty busy exercise regimen. However, I want to look into accelerating the process of burning the fat and cutting water so I wanted to do some fishing for ideas.
There's are so many thermogenics/fat burners out there that I just don't know where to start. What are some good options? Are there any "best results" type products?
Secondly, for the water weight I am looking into a diuretic of some sort to help shed the weight. Anything that will help me dry out a bit would fit the bill just fine.
Any info offered up on this subject would be greatly appreciated.
Thread: Fat Burning/Diuretic Options
10-15-2008, 09:48 AM #1
Fat Burning/Diuretic Options
10-15-2008, 10:01 AM #2
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10-15-2008, 10:09 AM #3
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I agree that I wouldn't even consider trying to cut out any water unless you are getting ready for a weigh in. Cutting water is dangerous and pretty much makes you feel like ****...Stan Beres Jr. - NABBA Competitor
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10-15-2008, 10:10 AM #4
Thanks for the response, Ponshoe! I can't say that I'm familiar with the term carb cycle, I'm going to assume it's like cycling anything else so this leaves me with another question; Should I stop my carb intake? I ask because I only consume complex carbs. Sweet potato, brown rice, quinoa... that's pretty much it. I don't eat breads, pastas, etc... Other staples of my diet are eggs, fat free cottage cheese, occasionally fat free milk, tofu, fruits, vegetables and whey protein shakes. I'm a vegetarian so I don't get any fat from meat consumption. I prepare all of my own meals and I add nothing fatty apart from the EVOO I cook with and I add no salt.
I will look into XPel and the SAN Blaze Extreme as I haven't heard of the latter before. Did you have any side effects from it such as being jittery?
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