Hi my name is Richard I’m 21 I weigh about 245lbs. I was in great shape in high school I was about 190lbs and I bench pressed 375lbs. Since then I have had knee surgery and lost interest in working out for a while now I’m trying to get back to where I use to be right now I’m taking a pre-workout called pump fuel insanity v2 which is made by the same company as acg3. I am also taking gold standard whey from gnc bcaa’s and a creatine supplement. My question is there anything you would recommend for quicker results for muscle gain and fat loss. I can’t seem to loose my love handles or my chest fat? I’m in serious need of help
The Fitness column last Thursday, about nutritional supplements for exercisers, overstated Dr. Teri M. McCambridge’s role at the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is the chairwoman of its council on sports medicine and fitness, not the chairwoman of the entire academy. The article also referred incorrectly to nitric oxide; although caffeine is often added to supplements that contain it, it is not a caffeine-based stimulant. And a picture caption with the article misidentified the exerciser who begins his morning workout by taking .-Xplode. As the article correctly reported, he is Michael Deutsch not Alex Feintuch, who is shown in the picture.
People equate the glutatamic acid in it to MSG, which is not technically true. they're chemically different HOWEVER I'm not convinced that there couldn't be some heavy processing with Bragg's that may form MSG, so I need to research this. Also, some people throw a fit over the HCL used to neutralize the soy, but your stomach is chock full of HCL. Finally, I *do* agree that soy should be consumed in moderation, and like any processed food, Bragg's does have preservatives and has to use heat, pressure and chemicals in it's treatment. But ultimately, it's a better protein source than the average soy sauce. However, there may be better alternatives. I'll look into this, and thanks for brining it up.