Lost 100 Pounds, I Wanna Compete

Greeting one in all,

My name is Detrick I started seriously on the weight loss regimen a year and some change ago. I need some supplement advice. I dont wanna get to small . I wanna build some mass while cutting fat. I really wanna cut up but get dry as well . My goal is to compete in the future.

Im thinking about trying Micro-PA and the preworkout . Can they go together ? What about with the Indigo and Plazma? Will these products give me the full feeling?

Congrats on the weight loss!

Here’s the best stack for you: <a href=""target=“new”>Plazma Super Stack. You can add <a href=""target=“new”>Micro-PA to this as well. It all works together.

Now, getting “dry” in bodybuilding terms means to cut water weight in the last few days before the show. That’s a completely different topic and nothing to worry about now.

Ok thanks alot. Should I throw the preworkout in or is it to much with the other products?

Hope Chris doesn’t mind my chiming in … the “super stack” contains the pre-workout. That is the Plazma while your post-workout is the MAG-10. They work great for both cutting fat and building muscle! For me, I feel like I can workout hard just about every day with minimal soreness even when doing high volume work. While I’m not at a “competition level,” I feel like I don’t have to choose among workouts to build muscle, increase strength or burn fat …

Btw, great progress so far! Keep it up!

This depends on how you’re defining “pre-workout.” Some people use that term for a pure stimulant. If you prefer using stimulants before training (and cycle them appropriately) then that’s fine. Look into the <a href=""target=“new”>Spike line if you’re interested, tablets or energy drinks.

But as wgraveman said, Plazma is pre-workout nutrition (not a stimulant). You pre-load one serving before training, then have one or two more during the workout.

Thanks a lot for the help.

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