MarcRigoni saidI have another 30-40 pounds to lose and I will be at my goal weight. I was told by a few different people to try Winstrol. Although I have done my research and all I have found is that it is used for cutting in a cycle, I was told that it would be a great supplement for losing those last few pounds. I don't really lift weights because I don't want to bulk up yet but I have started because I was told it would REALLY help in dropping to those last few pounds...FAST! I am lifting to get lean and toned, not bulk up. I have other people saying not to use it because I'm not at the point of needing it and I should wait until those last few pounds that I want to be gone are gone. What should I do? Anyone already have experience with Winstrol that they only used the product for weight loss? Let me know. I just want to get rid of the pounds already.
Okay, first, this information is only for educational purposes, and nothing stated should be considered without first consulting a doctor. LOL... Now that that is out of the way.
Winstrol will not make you lose weight, directly. It will help you maintain your muscle mass while doing a calorie restricted diet, which is what allows you to lose weight. The problem with dieting is that you tend to lose both muscle and fat weight, so the Winstrol will allow you to keep a postive nitrogen retention while losing body fat.
Winstrol gives you the hard, ripped looked because it doesn't allow you to retain water, unlike other AAS, so many people think that it cuts you up, which it doesn't. That would be your diet's job, not the Winstrol.
Basically, even if you use Winstrol, you would still need to diet like crazy, but you wouldn't have to worry about losing excess muscle mass while you do it.
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