Not as easy at it sounds to be dude. Just like people hitting plateus in their benchpressing, people can hit a plateau with losing weight, even with a good diet and a training regime. Also take into consideration that extra cardio MAY cut down your time in training, and if you are in a tight schedule (.ie. preparing for a fight), that can make things complicated.Quote:
Originally Posted by TheCount
Sometimes it's better to take something that helps you along the way than to overtrain or cut your carbs/fat intake too much. That's a good recipe for a crash down.
Going back to the topic. I've used Hydroxicut in the past, not as much to lose weight, but to help me reduce by body fat % (on top of all the cardio and weight lifting I was doing back in college.) My goal was to get a six pack. And so I did.
But I ended up feeling just weak, despite the fact I had a sensible diet and I was not overtraining (afaik). Anyways, I stopped taking that so often. My 6-pack went away (though I was still lean as usual), and I felt much better/stronger/healthier after that.