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    Discussion in 'Fat Loss' started by remstation, Jul 27, 2012.

    1. remstation

      remstation Well-Known Member

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      Looking to lean out and do a cut, from my experience those "thermogenic" and hydroxycut things do not work. Just wondering anyones thoughts on using erase or erase pro to help assist. Looking to cut body fat and go from there.
      Stats 220 got some chub on the belly
      body fat around 18% give or take
      Thanks your your input!

       
    2. herunder88

      herunder88 Well-Known Member

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      Erase, or pro for cut?

      If you haven't tried Erase or Erase Pro, go for Erase first. This way you can find out if you have the problem of dry joints at the full 3 cap dose (75mg of the suicidal AI). Reason behind this is that EP poses just 1 cap dosage with the full blast of 75mg (unlike being able to split it in 3 doses and thus being able to just take 2 if you really can't stand the pain). Either way, take them with Fish Oils and Cissus if you see this issue...

      Anyhow.....

      Diet is king of fat burning, all you need is a solid diet, good macro-nutrient counts and proper cardio. At 18%~ you are not gonna see much benefit from any fat-tackling supplement , be it hormonal or fat burning, I would suggest just to tweak your diet properly and eat clean 100% of the time.
       
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      Erase, or pro for cut?

      Thanks for the input man! My diet is actually really clean, beef, chicken, low carb. My weight just doesnt budge, i do intense cardio when i lift as well so I'm not sure where I'm going wrong just hoping to see some sort of results.
       
    4. Canellesao

      Canellesao Well-Known Member

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      Erase, or pro for cut?

      U don't necessarily need low carb.
      Just time them correctly and you will see a better difference.
      A Time Keto Diet.
      Eat lean meats, veggies, good fats at most meals.
      For post workout, depending on training load, drop protein a little have MAJORITY of carbs now but NO fat in this meal.

      Rinse and repeat
       
    5. herunder88

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      Erase, or pro for cut?

      ironically most people do not feel dry joints with erase pro.
       
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      Erase, or pro for cut?

      Your new avi is sexy. (no homo)
       
    7. casse

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      Erase, or pro for cut?

      If you want to lean out man work out your BMR and eat less than that ( in the right macro ratio of course ) to retain muscle try something like 40% protein 30% carbs 30% fats. Start off at 200 calories under your BMR and as you plateau readjust carb levels and calories.
       
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      Erase, or pro for cut?

      Good advice man, it said my mat. cals wa 3300 or so, and I know I just don't eat that much. I'll start from there and drop cals and increase my cardio even more.
       
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      3300 for maintenance?? That seems quite high man how did you get that number? How tall are you and how old are you I'll see what I come up with.
       
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      5' 8" 220 lbs 19 yo. I used a bmr calculator online and got a BMR of 2171, then multiplied by 1.55 as the bmr said to and got 3365. I think I confused myself however, the site said that was my "total daily calorie needs" based on my activity level.
       
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