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    Visceral Abdominal Fat loss

    So I know spot reduction "wasn't" a thing, but it's 2020. I've got more fat around my trunk than I am comfortable with, to the point it's uncomfortable. I used to wear 28 waist jeans comfortably, now I barely get into 30's. It's like being pregnant.

    So I can starve on tuna and chicken breast I guess, and I likely will and crank up the HIIT to two days a week (14 minute sessions), but was wondering if there is a drug any of you love specifically for abdominal fat?

    Tren?
    PGCL?
    Anavar?

    What's your favorite for heroin model abs and getting rid of visceral fat?

    I don't like the "fat around my organs" fat and I know it's the hardest to get rid of. Ice packs maybe?

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    Nope.

    Cardio and a caloric deficit.

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    It doesn’t have to be that hard. Don’t starve yourself or eat bland food. Just get 1-1.5G protein per lb and then eat foods you enjoy to get the rest of the cals from. Don’t start out with destroying yourself cardio either. Cardio is a tool to increase your deficit. Start out at 20min 3-4 days a week and then add 5 minutes a week of medium intensity. It’s cals in cals out and the protein and resistance training to preserve lean tissue. Consistency is key. Drugs are not. The drugs simply help recovery and allow you to hold on to more tissue in a deficit. They can help with nutrient partitioning but the fat loss comes a deficit.

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    You’re worried about your 30” waist ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaker View Post
    You’re worried about your 30” waist ?
    He also mentioned heroin model abs. I’m surprised there was no Zyzz reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bft84 View Post
    It doesn’t have to be that hard. Don’t starve yourself or eat bland food. Just get 1-1.5G protein per lb and then eat foods you enjoy to get the rest of the cals from. Don’t start out with destroying yourself cardio either. Cardio is a tool to increase your deficit. Start out at 20min 3-4 days a week and then add 5 minutes a week of medium intensity. It’s cals in cals out and the protein and resistance training to preserve lean tissue. Consistency is key. Drugs are not. The drugs simply help recovery and allow you to hold on to more tissue in a deficit. They can help with nutrient partitioning but the fat loss comes a deficit.
    Thank you!

    In regards to cardio I agree. HITT is overrated and burns people out. LISS is all I have ever done with success.

    And do not starve yourself, you may lose some weight in the beginning but you will stall very early on and feel like shit...aka no energy.

    No matter what you need fuel (calories) in order to make the fire (metabolism) burn.

    30" waist?

    Visceral fat is the fat the forms around your organs. Subcutaneous fat forms around your belly area. Not sure you would have a visceral fat issue.

    Only way to really know is get a DEXA scan for about $150.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skip Foursome View Post
    Thank you!

    In regards to cardio I agree. HITT is overrated and burns people out. LISS is all I have ever done with success.

    And do not starve yourself, you may lose some weight in the beginning but you will stall very early on and feel like shit...aka no energy.

    No matter what you need fuel (calories) in order to make the fire (metabolism) burn.

    30" waist?

    Visceral fat is the fat the forms around your organs. Subcutaneous fat forms around your belly area. Not sure you would have a visceral fat issue.

    Only way to really know is get a DEXA scan for about $150.
    Hey Skip, remember when “LISS” was just called “cardio”?
    Before backload your preload during your deload going from blast to cruise of slin, tren, enth and drol.

    In contest condition I notice the lack of cushioning of my organ by visceral fat due to overall loss. Even when I was younger and didn’t know this or why, I went running and it felt like my organs were riding in the back of a jacked up Jeep going down any highway in Lousiana.
    I can’t understand why anyone wants to drop below say 14% in everyday life.
    But enter the “I want an Instagram body” crowd. When prospective clients tell me that I can’t help but facepalm.

    DEXA scans on ASF=almost non-existent. Hmmmm…you got me thinking….
    Last edited by CoachCabo; 11-14-2021 at 08:43 AM.

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    I have a 30” waist. We are talking diameter, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachCabo View Post
    I have a 30” waist. We are talking diameter, right?
    I was thinking circumference but yeah, that is svelt in my book.

    I got a DEXA scan and I had 1.1 pounds of visceral fat. That's the way it is for us skinny fucks 🙂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skip Foursome View Post
    Thank you!

    In regards to cardio I agree. HITT is overrated and burns people out. LISS is all I have ever done with success.

    And do not starve yourself, you may lose some weight in the beginning but you will stall very early on and feel like shit...aka no energy.

    No matter what you need fuel (calories) in order to make the fire (metabolism) burn.

    30" waist?

    Visceral fat is the fat the forms around your organs. Subcutaneous fat forms around your belly area. Not sure you would have a visceral fat issue.

    Only way to really know is get a DEXA scan for about $150.
    Hit and liss are both useful tools. Studies show hit is better for fat loss and muscle retention but it’s hard on the system and I wouldn’t recommend it more than 2x a week because it impedes recovery especially in the legs. Layne Norton and Jordan Peters recommend using both. Personally I hate cardio so when I add it in I do Hit. I just mentally can’t go into the gym and not try to kill myself.

    Dexa scans are useful but even they are far from perfect. In the words of Scott Stevenson the only way to truly know your bf percentage is to boil you and scoop the fat off.
    There’s no reason for enhanced guys to really get above an estimated 15%, so drastic cuts and measures shouldn’t ever really be needed in the first place. If you know what you’re doing you shouldn’t have a problem maintaining and growing relatively lean. If you start at 14-15% you’re not going to give yourself a lot of time to grow before you become fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bft84 View Post
    He also mentioned heroin model abs. I’m surprised there was no Zyzz reference.
    Heroin model huh? Never heard that one before, I get the picture though… maybe he should puke up all his food and stop working out?

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    Pretty sure the OP is going by pant size. If that’s the case I can rock a 28” waist all day long.



    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaker View Post
    You’re worried about your 30” waist ?

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    I don’t get it?????


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    Quote Originally Posted by AR-15 View Post
    I don’t get it?????
    I worked with a guy who has a HUGE beer gut. But he always brags he still wears the same size jeans since high school. The problem is, the waist is down around his legs. His shirt literally covers up his fat ass because his jeans are no where near it. I tried to find an appropriate pic, but that was as close as I could be bothered to get.

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