Best supplement to lose fat ?

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    WILLIAM H Three Time F1 World Champ

    Nov 1, 2003
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    Looking for a good supplement to help drop weight & increase muscle

    I know about creatine & Ornithine, is there anything better ? Other than Roids
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  3. PeterS

    PeterS Three Time F1 World Champ
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    Diet and weekly workouts
  4. imperial83

    imperial83 F1 Rookie

    May 14, 2004
    I would not recommend taking any form of supplements for weight loss. There are many long term consiquences of it that are not worthwhile.

    The best thing to do for weight loss would be to do some working out in the gym. Swimmimg or morning/ late evening jogs always help. Avoid carbonated and artificially sweetened beverages, and oily foods. A natural healthy lifestyle is better than an artificially induced one.

    WILLIAM H Three Time F1 World Champ

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    I'm 40 now and I have had to drastically reduce my caloric intake,

    To lose weight I have to eat 1 bowl of cereal & 1 Subway salad, Thats It for my whole days meals

    Getting older really SUX !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  6. mrdigital

    mrdigital Formula Junior

    Nov 1, 2003
    Jump Rope..........
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  8. Kds

    Kds F1 World Champ

    Go on the South Beach Diet.......

    I've lost 52 pounds now in 5 months........and am at the point where there's about 10 pounds left before I get under 7-8 % body fat. My doctor says I am healthier than ever.....and I feel that way too. It's like I've taken 10 years of my carcass.

    Supplements generally are a waste of time and money. Been there, done that.

    Steriods work......been there and also done that. Deca-durabolin and Anavar for 2 months when I was training for a bodybuilding !!

    If you want to build muscle you need to do free weights. 2 hours a day......3 days on......3 days off......for about 1 year........then you'll have to decide if you want to go for the Mr. Olympia.....or just continue looking good. Been there...done that.
  9. LAfun2

    LAfun2 F1 Veteran

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    I was meaning to start a thread to ask how the F chat dieters were doing. I have been troubling with my weight since last year. However, I have been watching what I eat, not doing any work out, except for 150 sit ups a day.

    I dropped 10 lbs and need to lose about 10 more.

    Stay away from the supplements is my humble opinion.
  10. djoex

    djoex Karting

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    either you decide to drop weight or gain muscles, its really useless or no good IMO to do both at the same time i've tried and you go nowhere, the best i did was to gain some muscles in 3 months and then 4 months burning fat. I lost 25 pounds and muscles didnt go away. As far as supplements the best ( i've heard and the only one I tried ) was called clenbutrx, no longer legal ( ephedra ) but need to be careful, if you have any problem at all ( health ) like high/low pressure, etc... dont even think about weight loss supplements.
  11. beast

    beast F1 Veteran

    May 31, 2003
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    I have shed 80 pounds in the last 4 months doing nothing more than diet and exercise.

    Instead of eating a couple of big meals a day i eat several smaller ones over the course of the day. I have not had this much energy in years.
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  13. Pacman

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    Nov 23, 2003
    Could you please explain how taking Sustenon 250 and D-bol will make this guy LOSE weight??

    The only thing those 2 drugs will do is make him retain water like a sponge.....making him look fat and bloated.
  14. wax

    wax Four Time F1 World Champ
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    Eat like an animal

    In order: Liquid > Soft > Semi-solid > Solid

    You won't go hungry, you'll be hung like Einstein and smart as a horse, errr, the other way around... honestly, you'll be lean and mean.

    If you hike like darth does and eat like this... baby, there's no stopping you.
  15. Forza1

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    Best way to lose fat in my experience is:

    1. Don't eat when you're not hungry.
    2. Don't eat for taste(when you're not hungry).
    3. Drink water.

    Easy as cake.

  16. MarkPDX

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  17. Forza1

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    Can't...type...laughing...too...hard... :D

  18. TestShoot

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    i would have said organ donation/amputation, but that one takes all!

    eat smaller meals more spaced out through the day to keep your metabolism humming. don't wake up and jump into the gym, catabolic effect will hurt muscle mass before fat mass. avoid most roids because of bloat if you are 'just trying to look good naked' depending on your metab, creatine may cause bloat.

    To drop bloat and water weight:
    diarhettics baby
    drink lots of DISTILLED water, replacing other refreshments with just water
    cut sodium to almost nil
    mightly walks for half hour or so, increase to jogs, or hikes
    remove carbs and starches

    diet for crash weightloss do not do for too long:
    cabbage soup (yuck)
    celery and watermelon will fill you and are mostly water

    once you get close to your target, it is a matter of maintaing it. set a realistic goal.
  19. ty (360mode)

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  20. B.M.W

    B.M.W Karting

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    i would suggest this stack for a nice chizzled boby

    winstrol-v 50mg ed for 6 weeks
    masteron 50mg eod for 6 weeks

    hiit cardio 4 times a week.

    restrict calories

    for more detailed info on HGH jintropin kits pm me
  21. gentry

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    I recently placed an order for Cortislim. After a friends success with hit, along with a healthy diet and work out, he has dropped 48lbs in 5 months.

    Not too bad.

    I just got the buy 2 get 1 free set for $99.
  22. netviper

    netviper Formula Junior

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    Isn't that ALL illegal?
  23. TestShoot

    TestShoot F1 World Champ
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    You want I should write you a perscrip?
  24. darth550

    darth550 Five Time F1 World Champ
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    First off, PeterS is right. Diet and excercise are key!

    These are the rules of thumb from my P. trainer (who won Mr. Natural America)

    1. Never mix carbs during a meal. Decide before you sit down if it's gonna be grain or starch.

    2. Consume a portion of meat/chicken/fish that is just the size of the palm of your hand.

    3. If you are not committed to a gym workout, walk 1/2 hour a day. You need not even sweat...only get your heart rate up a little.

    I drink a couple glasses of water right away to curb my appetite.

    This regime is good for 2-4 pounds (per week) of steady weight loss.

  25. gentry

    gentry Guest

    I'll take one!
  26. ashsimmonds

    ashsimmonds F1 World Champ

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    this coming from someone who's put on 15kg in the last 5 years....

    back when i was in superb-shape, i found my best "diet" was to eat whatever the hell i wanted, but only up until mid-afternoon. for me i set my limit at 4pm as my average bed-time was about 2am, but i'd eat ANYTHING, and LOTS OF IT, up until 4pm.

    then around 8-10pm i'd get an energy kick, which i originally thought was hunger, but after going for a jog a couple times during this "hunger" i found just how much energy was there.

    of course, this was before i discovered my love for beer and wine, which i have to say is the #1 contributor to fat-hood. not only does it stock you up with shyte you don't need, but it makes you hungry, less able to resist hunger, and makes it impossible for you to want to exercise.

    a few months back i stopped drinking (after some daft binges) for a month, and just naturally i lost 10kg. i felt so much better, i noticed how hard it had been before to climb stairs and stuff prior to that... to look at me you wouldn't think of me as fat, i'm just naturally solid, so 5-10kg here or there is nothing. but, how do i give up my beloved drink?

    so, my advice is effectively werthless, as i can't think of a way to do it with my current lifestyle.

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