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YoJimbo
02-26-2008, 09:43 PM
Hey,

I guess I am like alot of folks, in transition from "going to the gym" to lifting weights more seriously at the same time cleaning up my diet and looking to better use supplements.

I have excessive bodyfat at the moment so i am limiting my carbs and total calories. I drink whey protein & creatine but apart from that nothing else supp wise.
But I am packing on muscle at the moment whilst at the same time loosing fat. This seems to be a normal situation for people starting out, but people that have been working out hard for years are not in the same boat, they have to bulk & cut.

So for people new to lifting that are overweight in there first year or so of lifting, I don't think a simple Bulk or Cut logic applies. So my question is can you recommend a stack that will assist with someones first year or so of lifting? Helping muscle develop but at the same time assisting with fat loss?

Thanks
Jim

BFGUITAR
02-26-2008, 10:07 PM
In your position, just eat healthy and workout. Your body will slowly change over time and when your ready you can make the jump to cut/bulk.

chris mason
02-27-2008, 12:39 AM
Hey,

I guess I am like alot of folks, in transition from "going to the gym" to lifting weights more seriously at the same time cleaning up my diet and looking to better use supplements.

I have excessive bodyfat at the moment so i am limiting my carbs and total calories. I drink whey protein & creatine but apart from that nothing else supp wise.
But I am packing on muscle at the moment whilst at the same time loosing fat. This seems to be a normal situation for people starting out, but people that have been working out hard for years are not in the same boat, they have to bulk & cut.

So for people new to lifting that are overweight in there first year or so of lifting, I don't think a simple Bulk or Cut logic applies. So my question is can you recommend a stack that will assist with someones first year or so of lifting? Helping muscle develop but at the same time assisting with fat loss?

Thanks
Jim

Check out our Fat Loss Stack: http://atlargenutrition.com/nutrition_detail.php?products_id=10

You get the products and free access to a guide which tells you how to best use them, how to train, and how to eat. All very good information for someone such as yourself.

Chris

Joe Black
02-27-2008, 12:42 AM
YoJimbo,

BFGUITAR is right that eating healthily and working out hard is going to be the backbone behind making great results.

If you are just starting out and are looking to use supplements, I would probably look to use a couple of basic supplements and see how you get on...

(Nitrean (http://atlargenutrition.com/nutrition_detail.php?products_id=1)) and a good multi vitamin (Multi-Plus (http://atlargenutrition.com/nutrition_detail.php?products_id=6)) Creatine (http://atlargenutrition.com/nutrition_detail.php?products_id=3) wouldn't hurt also.

For me, the most important would be a protein supplement though.

You might want to also consider the Fat Loss Stack (http://atlargenutrition.com/nutrition_detail.php?products_id=10). Whilst we have obviously stacked our best fat loss prodicts together, You have the above 3 products and also ETS (great for recovery) and a fat burner (Thermocin or Nitor).

If you have any other questions, just let us know.

Also, spend some time reading around on the forums and asking questions about your routine and diet, because as BFGUITAR points out, without this in check you are not doing yourself justice.