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Thermogenic's and Creatine questions


 Thermogenic's and Creatine questions
topic by kingcrump - 06-29-2008, 07:19 PM - Boxden > The BX Gym - Health, Exercise, and Nutrition


Okay my question has two parts.

1) I'm currently taking Cell-Mass as my creatine supp, and I want to take a fat burning supp as well. Is it counter productive to be taking creatine along with a thermogenic? Because I've seen that some thermo's claim to eliminate water storage, whereas thats what creatine promotes.

2) Lately I've seen alot of hype about Animal Cuts, whats the difference between that, BSN's Atro-Phex, and Hydroxycut Hardcore?

I took HH for like 4 days and it made me feel like garbage, so I stopped and returned it so it's out of the question. I'm not trying to lose much weight, maybe 10 pounds (I'm currently 220) at most, just trying to get ripped.

Any help and posts are appreciated. I'll also try to post some pictures to show what I'm talking about losing.


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4 comments for "Thermogenic's and Creatine questions"


 06-29-2008, 07:58 PMaway - #2
Shyne-C 72 heat pts72

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well thermogenics boost ur body temperature to help u burn fat and in the process u sweat more to keep ur body temp down.

i doubt it will effect the water weight u gain on creatine as long as u keep drinking water throughout the day, especially after ur workout.

i havent tried animal cuts but i heard it was ok. to really get the best results from these products you have to do cardio 3 or 4 times a week and maybe cut some calories depending on how easily you shed fat.

also theres alot of natural food that boost ur metabolism. faster metabolism= fat lose
 06-29-2008, 08:00 PMaway - #3
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This is one reason why you don't try to gain size and cut weight at the same time. What you should do is choose which is more important to you at this time. There's nothing wrong with adding some light weight training to focus on definition while trying to lose weight.
 06-29-2008, 08:18 PMaway - #4
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Originally Posted by JustinSane
This is one reason why you don't try to gain size and cut weight at the same time. What you should do is choose which is more important to you at this time. There's nothing wrong with adding some light weight training to focus on definition while trying to lose weight.
I'm not trying to gain mass, not at all. I'm looking for my muscles to have that full look. I'm already big, but I like the way the creatine makes my muscles look fuller, as well as the recovery aspect.
 06-29-2008, 08:36 PMaway - #5
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Fair enough...I do as well.
 
 


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