Do I wanna use suppliment powders?

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    Jan 13, 2008 7:03 PM GMT
    I've been thinking about what I want to try/use/do next with my work out routines. I've been at the basic stage-one bit for a while now and I've been looking forward to the next step in my weight loss progression but I'm a little unsure yet as to what I'd like to try next. I've seen at least a million magazine ads for various powders of every kind imaginable. I've been looking for a kind of powder that will assist me in my additional weight loss regimens. Something basic but effective. Does it have a variety of price ranges? Because, after all, I am dirt poor too.

    Is there anything out there you might suggest? Thanks guys! icon_smile.gif
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    Jan 13, 2008 8:58 PM GMT
    save your pennies you dont need to spend them on that.

    At the end of the day if you are able to get the money together to waste on them then spend it wisely and invest it in a Personal Training session once a month it will offer 10 times better return than any pill powder or potion.

    All they are at the end of teh day is a replacement for food, albeit a cleaner source ie without fat. But as you are in weightloss mode you will be on a calorie deficit so as much density with the least calories is where you should be heading
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    Jan 13, 2008 9:23 PM GMT
    Weight loss? I do creatine and whey among other pills like flax seed oil, omega3 and multivitamins and I can tell you from experience [lost about 100 lbs, still trying to cut though], just hit the cardio hard everyday, for about 30 mins, HIT training. Make sure to take in plenty of water, and stretch before and after the jog/run, I take in 1 gallon of water each day.

    If you do your cardio everyday you will be amazed as the pounds shed off. When I was 6'4" and 311, I was losing about 5 lbs per week for a while. When you're less overweight, like I am now, 208 lbs, it's difficult to keep cutting but that's when diet becomes much more important that if you were seriously overweight.
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    Jan 13, 2008 9:32 PM GMT
    trevor85 said

    If you do your cardio everyday you will be amazed as the pounds shed off.



    but that's when diet becomes much more important that if you were seriously overweight.



    point 1 BANGS HEAD ON DESK WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY

    Point 2 do that instead of point 1 and you would have got their quicker and with less risk of stretch marks, less loose skin and far nore efficiently. At 208lbs your weightloss shouldnt start to plateue if you know what you are doing