Just started back at the gym and have piled on the pounds since the last time i trained, one of the lads has put it to me if i need to shift the weight i should invest in some diet pills called adios, but i have never heard of taking these pills while training and dont know if its ok to use them, can anyone give me some sound advice.
A big fat NO...as a matter of fact...just for added clarity. I had to leave the quick and dry post above just to have that added, dramatic, short, quick, in your face type of Ooomf punch.
And if you want to double check...watch what the next few comments are by other people....
no such thing as a magic pill dude. at best some of the good ones can help you develop better lifestyle habits. Things like eating smaller portions, reduce cravings, give you energy to be more active, or raise your core temperature. All of which will help but you need to restructure your diet and hit the gym to see real results. Most shit is just expensive hype. Not to mention most have loads of stims in them which is obviously not good for people with hypertension/high blood pressure.
I would have to go with no also. You don't need a diet pill to drop the pounds. All you need is a good training method and a good diet plan. Do cardio 4 to 5 days a week and stay away from the carbs. You'll drop the weight in no time.
Go back to basics. Your body can only reflect your lifestyle. If you "packed on the pounds", that means whatever you're doing in your daily life is what left you w/ excess flab. If you changed the way you eat to more shit food, if you stopped training, if you work too many hours, if you don't sleep well or started drinking a lot more than usual, etc. Then you're basically eating too much or not burning off what you eat. Popping pills for the most part just applies a stimulant. This is a probably not a strongly supported statement, but generally when talking about thermos / stimulants, etc. at best there's something like 3% increase in "fat burning". That can be accomplished by just getting int the gym. Step back and look at your diet. If you're randomly eating a lot of junk food, drinking more than usual, eating out more often, etc. your body is getting excess calories that it just isn't burning. Reduce the shit food, eat cleaner / less processed / simpler food, smaller portions, drink more water. Save your cheat meals for once/week instead of whenever, and get good quality sleep. Even if you actually did drop some weight on whatever these pills are, if you haven't made these types of changes to your lifestyle, you won't be able to support and maintain the weight loss - basically your body will just rebound, possibly to even fatter than before you started the pills and you're even further back from where you started. Start by just cleaning up your diet & training.
nope change your diet itself and start the long process my friend
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People are not going to listen . they will still take the "diet" pills. relapse , might even get addicted taking the diet pills.
I have been preaching to friends, coworkers of changing their eating habits, but they only want the easy, magic pill. which it still have NOT worked for them. Go ahead give it a try, give us some feed backs in few months
Diet pills are not good for the weight loss and fitness.
These weight loss pills have very bad effects for our health and cause various diseases.
So i never recommend diet pills for the weight loss. I always prefer to adopt a natural way of weight loss such as regular exercises, and dieting.
A big NO from my side, I have never used them and don't want to recommend these pills to anyone. Such quick schemes are just not effective as they claim to be. Diet pill have many side effects, the some that I have personally seed are,
Black spots on your face and on various bones joints, very lose and hanging skin of belly, hips and thighs.
it depends, some diet pills are good and some of them are only scams.
Try Phen375, is a diet pill very good.
Where there's Hope there's NOPE !!!!!!!!!!!! NO PILLS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Diet pills still work if this is really your preference BUT do not depend wholly on it. You still need more exercise and proper diet. On the other hand, diet pills are just 'supplements' for your weight loss. You can take them moderately but again prioritize proper exercise and diet.
ya now try convincing your girlfriend they dont work...go ahead...ill wait lol
Some work and some don't. Either way I would just train my ass off and eat right....then those pounds will melt away!
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Do it the natural way with exercise and healthy eating.
Diet pills are just stims much like preworkout drinks. Funny tho most people will bash diet pills but recommend you take a preworkout drink . I dont see how they would hurt if ur really getting at it in the gym and ur diet is on point .Cutting weight can be a drag some times especially when you're coming out carbohydrates. No matter what do ur research and make an educated decision based on that. I personally like coffee and an occasional caffeine pill 200 milligrams during the day to help get me thur .
Last edited by gamma; 01-30-2014 at 04:29 AM.
"Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude".
gt some primatene lol!
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I don't see anything wrong with taking a fat burner 1 -2 times a day, if energy is low from work, kids, or other outside responsibilities. This does not mean abuse them. I personally think they are overpriced and over-hyped. But I drink a 16oz black coffee before cardio and a workout. Not a fat burner but still contains caffiene and gives me a needed boost. HOWEVER, if you are overweight they will not magically make you look like a person on the cover of a fitness magazine and abuse can lead to health problems and you can also build up a tolerance to them. Before you think about taking anything, make sure your diet, cardio, and weightlifting program are all on point. And see where that gets you. Don't take something if you don't need it. And last piece of advice, never invest in, let alone put something in your body you never heard of. And alot of diet pills are trash. GOOD DIET, CARDIO, WEIGHTS, REST. Then worry about other stuff.
i hate it when people preach about not using supplements to help. SURE HIS DIET SUCKS ASS NOW BUT WHAY IF THE APPETITE SUPPRESION HELPS? point is give it a try BUT DO NOT RELY ON SUPPS. THEY DO HELP A LOT THOUGH!
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its loke people sayig masteron p is a waste if your bf is over 12% da fuq?
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yeah..honestly...I like a clean stim. I won't even pretend I don't.
diet pills never did anything for me because appetite was never my problem...eating the right stuff in the right quantity was always my problem.
Phentermine 37.5 works to suppress hunger really good
There is no pill that will magically make you slim and handsome... unfortunately! There are many supplements on the market but I don't think any of them has actually been proven to work. The only thing that will make you shed that fat is a major lifestyle change (or many minor changes applied slowly) and exercise. If you really won't something to help you, you'd be better off using the natural stuff: cinammon, ginger and spicy condiments get your metabolism to run faster. But it won't outrun hundreds of excess calories. The base must always be in what you eat vs how much you eat vs how much you burn.