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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-22-2004, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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any good thermogenic supplements

Hey Meatheads,

Does anyone know of a good, ephreda free thermogenic out there. I have probably 5-7lbs to lose and i am struggling to get the last of the weight off.

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Yeah dude, you're really FAT! You could lose a few in the balls especially.
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I'm not a big fan of that stuff. I've taken it before, but for 5-7 pounds seems easy enough to eat less and excersize more for a couple of weeks.

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Or take lots of laxatives and shit the fat away!

Or try the Mary-Kate diet! snnnniiiiffffff your fat away!

There's also speed, tape worms, a month in Ethiopia...AIDS...
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I'm not a big fan of that stuff. I've taken it before, but for 5-7 pounds seems easy enough to eat less and excersize more for a couple of weeks.
there is the problem, i run between 25-30 mile/wk and in order to keep that up i have to take in at least 3.5-4g carb/lbs bodyweight. that alone is 2600+calories. That is why i am having trouble.

I am hoping the thermogenics will help out with my metabolic rate a little and still enable me to take in the amount of calories i need.

Maybe my thinking is way off here, but i would like to try.
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Wow! You're self absorbed!
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Why are you running so much?

It sounds as if your active enough that your bdy is at it's healthy weight. Are you eating well too? or feeding yourself lots of junk food.

I'm a believer that a "healthy" body is not exactly a "fit" body. That last 5-7 pounds probably won't come of naturally, so you either have to redce caloric intake, or cheat with some type of thermogeneic or other 'magic pill'.

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Or get your stomach stapled for a few weeks.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by shadrach
[B]Why are you running so much?

I was a lacrosse player in college, it just kinda stuck with me.

I try to eat as healthy as i can. I am not perfect, but there is no fast foods or foods high in saturated/trans fats.
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Thermogenics are not recommended. People using them tend to have a rebound weight gain of more than what they originally lost. Thermogenics can also cause negative long term metabolic changes.

However what is recommended is changing your routine. If you are at your last 5 lbs and cannot lose it try adding weight training or a different type of weight training exercise to your routine. Run on more inclines, increase the weights/resistance, etc. It is also recommended that if you combine a weight training and cardio workout that you should do the weight training portion first to optimize caloric burn.

Are you sure you should be looking at the scale and not how your clothes fit? Those who eat right and exercise regularly tend not to look at numbers and instead look at their clothes. As we all know, a pound of fat takes up alot more space than a pound of muscle.

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Scott's fat.
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Scott's fat.

Me and you gonna go some rounds when i finally meet you
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JUST DON'T SIT ON ME!!!!!

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Now your just being a meanie


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Here. Have one of these. It'll make ya feel better (not that I have to tell YOU or anything. )
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my self esteem is going down like the titanic
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my self esteem is going down like the titanic
...or down like cake within Scott's reach...
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Yeah, we'll see sunday, chick
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