hydroxy cut

I know there are a lot of fitness people here,have any of you guys used this stuff? I have talked to a ton of people at my gym and have read some reviews online, and they all agree on one thing, this stuff makes you lose a ton of weight fast. The problem is it is a bit dangerous, so anyone here tried it? I think I am going to buy some.
 
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IceBlu

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Hydroxycut, Lipo 6 or any such diet pills only aid a little in weight loss. They aren't dangerous but expect side effects like headches, shivers; especially during the first week or so if you start consuming them.

I suggest you avoid all that and save your money. You won't drop pounds like the ads claim.

To burn fat and lose weight, do at least 20 minutes of cardio 3 times a week. Eat a lot of protein, moderate carbs and low fat.

The only supplements you should consider using are Whey protein, a multivitamin, fish oil (omega 3 fatty acids) and perhaps creatine for better definition. You can use a meal replacement like Myoplex every now and then but nothing is better for you than natural foods with mininal processing. Tuna, chicken. oats, fruits, veggies are some examples.

Diets don't work. You'll just gain the weight back. Do something you can carry on for life. Make eating healthy a way of life for yourself and not a temporary fad.

And don't stop eating. Eat 5-6 times a day. Small meals but healthy. If you stop eating, your body will start eating into your muscle instead of burning the fat. You need to increase your metabolism. To do that like I said, cardio is a must. Try HIIT. I find it really helpful.


again... to answer your question, stay away from Hydroxycut. Its not going to help. (The only thing it will do is turn your poop red. Im not joking)
 

mika

Senior Squad
all this diet sh*t is bs

just run for an hour everyday for the rest of your life and everything will be good.. is it so hard I just don't get it how people don't exercise

I have an orgasm everytime I bench, swim or run
 
IceBlu said:
Hydroxycut, Lipo 6 or any such diet pills only aid a little in weight loss. They aren't dangerous but expect side effects like headches, shivers; especially during the first week or so if you start consuming them.

I suggest you avoid all that and save your money. You won't drop pounds like the ads claim.

To burn fat and lose weight, do at least 20 minutes of cardio 3 times a week. Eat a lot of protein, moderate carbs and low fat.

The only supplements you should consider using are Whey protein, a multivitamin, fish oil (omega 3 fatty acids) and perhaps creatine for better definition. You can use a meal replacement like Myoplex every now and then but nothing is better for you than natural foods with mininal processing. Tuna, chicken. oats, fruits, veggies are some examples.

Diets don't work. You'll just gain the weight back. Do something you can carry on for life. Make eating healthy a way of life for yourself and not a temporary fad.

And don't stop eating. Eat 5-6 times a day. Small meals but healthy. If you stop eating, your body will start eating into your muscle instead of burning the fat. You need to increase your metabolism. To do that like I said, cardio is a must. Try HIIT. I find it really helpful.


again... to answer your question, stay away from Hydroxycut. Its not going to help. (The only thing it will do is turn your poop red. Im not joking)


I do all that, but I have never done or added anything to my body, fitness-wise, that was not natural, no vitamins, not protein shakes, not diet pills. But I have started to research that stuff, because since I am doing so much work anyway, I figure I should just add a little edge to my current work.

Right now I am starting to get back into shape after almost 7 months of no soccer, for the past month I have been on my old form, tons of running, but I am just starting to get into lifting, since I figure it is going to be a long while before I see a pitch again anytime soon.

What does all that stuff you named do? Anyone know a good, cheap, brand of protein shake, and how much lifting should I do before I start to see results from the whey protein(if any). Btw, when it comes to chest, do your burn fat as you build muscle? As for the hydroxy cut, I think I will try a bottle to see how it works, running as worked wonders for me in the past, but now I want to try an edge.


btw, how does running a total of 20 minutes in an hour compare to running 20 minutes at once? I mean running for a period of time then lifting, running, lifting, etc.?
 
AhmedK said:
I know there are a lot of fitness people here,have any of you guys used this stuff? I have talked to a ton of people at my gym and have read some reviews online, and they all agree on one thing, this stuff makes you lose a ton of weight fast. The problem is it is a bit dangerous, so anyone here tried it? I think I am going to buy some.

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IceBlu said:
Hydroxycut, Lipo 6 or any such diet pills only aid a little in weight loss. They aren't dangerous but expect side effects like headches, shivers; especially during the first week or so if you start consuming them.

I suggest you avoid all that and save your money. You won't drop pounds like the ads claim.

To burn fat and lose weight, do at least 20 minutes of cardio 3 times a week. Eat a lot of protein, moderate carbs and low fat.

The only supplements you should consider using are Whey protein, a multivitamin, fish oil (omega 3 fatty acids) and perhaps creatine for better definition. You can use a meal replacement like Myoplex every now and then but nothing is better for you than natural foods with mininal processing. Tuna, chicken. oats, fruits, veggies are some examples.

Diets don't work. You'll just gain the weight back. Do something you can carry on for life. Make eating healthy a way of life for yourself and not a temporary fad.

And don't stop eating. Eat 5-6 times a day. Small meals but healthy. If you stop eating, your body will start eating into your muscle instead of burning the fat. You need to increase your metabolism. To do that like I said, cardio is a must. Try HIIT. I find it really helpful.


again... to answer your question, stay away from Hydroxycut. Its not going to help. (The only thing it will do is turn your poop red. Im not joking)

got

ShiftyPowers said:
Actually hydroxycut does work alright, but it is sooooooooooooo expensive.

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mika said:
all this diet sh*t is bs

just run for an hour everyday for the rest of your life and everything will be good.. is it so hard I just don't get it how people don't exercise

I have an orgasm everytime I bench, swim or run

got

Denis I'll swap you a Parra Power AND a hermolt for your spare ShiftyPowers then you will have australia complete?
 
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IceBlu

Guest
AhmedK said:
I do all that, but I have never done or added anything to my body, fitness-wise, that was not natural, no vitamins, not protein shakes, not diet pills. But I have started to research that stuff, because since I am doing so much work anyway, I figure I should just add a little edge to my current work.

Right now I am starting to get back into shape after almost 7 months of no soccer, for the past month I have been on my old form, tons of running, but I am just starting to get into lifting, since I figure it is going to be a long while before I see a pitch again anytime soon.

What does all that stuff you named do? Anyone know a good, cheap, brand of protein shake, and how much lifting should I do before I start to see results from the whey protein(if any). Btw, when it comes to chest, do your burn fat as you build muscle? As for the hydroxy cut, I think I will try a bottle to see how it works, running as worked wonders for me in the past, but now I want to try an edge.


btw, how does running a total of 20 minutes in an hour compare to running 20 minutes at once? I mean running for a period of time then lifting, running, lifting, etc.?



Ok sorry for the delayed response. but here goes...

After trying a lot of supplements I would recommend these -

Whey - (relatively cheap / good quality whey) - Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard.

Creatine - Green Bulge (by Controlled Labs)

Fat Burner (not necessary but if you really want one) - Lipo 6

Multivatimin - GNC Mega Men -OR- Adam Superior Mens Multi (by Now)

Omega 3 fatty acids - GNC Fish Body Oils 1000


I take all those (except Lipo 6) but i've tried that with good results.

Consume 2-3 whey protein shakes a day. consume everything else according to the directions on the bottles.


For a work out regiment -

A 4 day split

-wherever i've written cardio, you can choose to cycle, run constantly or HIIT

-Do not spend more than an hour at the gym each day. Keep your workout at a high intensity.

-If you have the time, you can do cardio in the morning and come back later in the day and do weight training. Cardio on an empty stomach helps a lot in weight loss.


Day 1

Squats - 3x10
Deadlifts - 3x10
Calf raises - 3x10
Calf raises (seated) - 2x10
Lunges - 3x10
Cardio - 20 mins (30 mins if HIIT)
Abs - Any 3 ab workouts of your choice.

Day 2

Bench Press - 3x10
Incline bench - 3x10
Dumbell bench - 3x10
Bar pushdown - 3x10
Dumbell extensions - 2x10
Cardio


Day 3

Pullups - 3x10
Barbell rows - 3x10
Deadlifts - 3x10
Barbell shrugs - 3x10
Tricep extensions - 3x10
Reverse curls - 3x10
Tricep cable curl - 3x10
Abs
Cardio

Day 4

Barbell press - 3x10
Dumbell lateral raises - 3x10
Dumbell curls - 3x10
Bar curls - 3x10
Wrist curls (forward and reverse) - 2x10 each
Cardio



Now thats a 4 day workout. Alternate your rest days. You may do cardio on rest days if possible. Don't overtrain your abs. Don't work on your abs more than 3 times a week. I see fat f*cks doing crunches like theres no tomorrow. Guess what.. they will be just the same a year later.

Abs are like any other muscle really. Everyone has 'em. The difference is that theres a layer of fat covering it if you can't see them. For a guy, you need to be at between 8-12% bodyfat for your abs to be seen. Women need to be at 14 i believe.


Nutrition and diet

Now im not sure what you're allowed / not allowed to eat but here are some foods which you can consume ..


Tuna
Chicken (without skin)
Oats
Egg whites
Beef (not too much marbling)
Beans
Veggies / Fruits

now you may consume dairy products in moderate quantities. Stick to whole grain wheat bread as far as possible.

There are many more things you can eat but those are some pointers.

Theres no point working out if you are going to come back home and order a 16 inch deep dish pizza.

Treat yourself to one junk-food meal a week - Reward yourself with a big mac or a piece of cheesecake at the end of the week. But don't do it more than that.

If you have any more questions, lemme know.
 

santino

Fan Favourite
Hey Yash that sounds like a great workout plan. I just got a membership at a gym a few days ago and i'm looking for a good routine.

so far I wake up, have fruit juice, go to the gym and do:

10 min cardio warmup

then i'll do my workout (today I did legs)

then i'll do 20 mins of cardio and go home.

I'm not in great shape at all, and I'm just looking for the right plan to go with, the one you've suggested sounds like it would suit me.

I'm about 5'8, 180lbs with 27% body fat, any ideas?
 

yoyo913

Team Captain
seriously ahmed i dont recomend it, just dont get involved in that ****, keep it natural, the effects will make u feel better and u wont get dependent if they work (which they probably wont), remember its mosly about hard work
 


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