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Old 01-05-2008, 02:14 AM   #1
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Hello everyone new to this site. Need advice on losing the stubbourn deposits of fat around my body and im just wodnering how i can go about doing it. Been going gym for a year now, not pushing that hard and not sticking to it.. but this year will be different. im 24. Im thinking of taking Ephedrine or celenbuterol to assist me in this... any suggestions? thanks in advance

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Old 01-05-2008, 06:06 AM   #2
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It's all in the diet and your intensity in the gym.If your not eating enough you wont lose weight.

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Old 01-05-2008, 05:40 PM   #3
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i agree that diet and intensity at the gym are going to be HUGE factors in your success. if you're not consistant, you can't expect dramatic results. get into a consistent routine and diet before even considering additional fatburning supps.

as for those stubborn areas, there are some topical creams that can help with those but again if you're diet & workouts are subpar you're just gonna waste time and money with any supps/creams.

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Old 01-09-2008, 08:04 AM   #4
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Clen is not going to help take off a lot of weight.. Most people who use it are already fairly lean.. And if you're not dedicated in the gym I wouldn't mess with something that hardcore anyways.. I second the other advice, you need to get a good diet down. Not to many calories not to little.. Find a range where you can lose the weight at an acceptable pace. Only two ways to lose fat!!! Burn more calories than you take in, or take in less calories than you burn....

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Forget the sups, man. You don't even know what stubborn BF is. Stubborn BF is the fat that it doesn't wanna go away when you are already pretty damn lean which you are obviously not.

So basics first. How is your diet like? What is you're training like?
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