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Old 01-16-2006, 05:17 PM   #1
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First off, I really amn going to decide and stick with a stack of certain supplements soon, I've been experimenting to see what i get the best results out of for a while now. And I've checked out a few fat burners none of which i got "great" results out of even though my training and cardio and diet have been very good. I was reading about Animal Cuts and it seems to be, somewhat differant then all the others. I was wondering if anyone has tried it and what results they experienced, thanks.

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Old 01-18-2006, 10:37 AM   #2
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Best way to burn fat is Windsprints and circut training. Fat burners are a waste of money. Hard work windsprinting is what sheds fat. This combined with a good diet will get you in good shape. I windsprinted on the Bloodykisses tour and got down to 250 i was ripped. I have a pic somewhere in the photos in my gym. Anyway i didn't use supplements i just circuit trained and ate well and ran. Everyones different though man. How big are you? By the way i did the BSN mass stack and was not impressed. for 106 dollars at prosource each fkn month it wasnt worth it so stay away from BSN. Good luck man.

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see, I dont know, my body just isn't really gifted genetically at all. If I dont work my butt off i go no where. So sometimes i need that extra boost.
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see, I dont know, my body just isn't really gifted genetically at all. If I dont work my butt off i go no where.
Join the crowd, my friend.

Sdt, you aren't really sticking to anything long enough to get any results. Wasn't in November you said you were gonna get away from all this?

You said your training and cardio and diet have been good. For how long?
And how much cardio are you doing now? There was a time I think you were overdoing it, especially if you're "dieting". And remember, more muscle burns more calories.

Still sweating that six-pack? This may seem radical but I'd stop dwelling on the midsection so much and concentrate on your body as a whole.

As for the Animal Cuts, I doubt you would see anything different from it. Seems to have everything but the kitchen sink in it. If all those ingredients were to be high quality and adequately dosed then I guaratee nobody could afford it.
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Old 03-07-2006, 07:48 AM   #5
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haha eric good one
I used this product and did get the thing I wanted.
for me the best things is ripped fuel (twinlab)
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