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When to Incorporate I3G into Fat Loss Plan?


#1

I generally follow an approach where I make one change a month. For example:

Month 1: Low carb except for post-workout
Month 2: Add Henriques’ Get Ripped Get Walking
Month 3: Add HRX morning only dose
Month 4: Add HRX evening dose
Month 5: Velocity diet or other very low carb and very low calorie plan

This approach has worked out for me. I’m about to embark on it once again, except this time, I’m really interested in incorporating I3G and Plasma instead of HRX. If I want to use IG3/Plasma/MAG-10, Would you suggest an approach such as the one above where I wait a month or two before adding these to my plan, or should I just jump right in with I3G and carry it out until I’m satisfied?


#2

No real reason to wait on adding in <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/indigo-3g"target=“new”>Indigo-3G.

Now, with traditional “fat burners” such as <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/hot-rox-extreme"target=“new”>HOT-ROX, it is a good idea to add it in at the end of a diet plan after you’ve already amped up the other components (diet, energy systems work, etc.) That way you’re not firing all your bullets at once, so to speak. But Indigo-3G isn’t a traditional fat burner, though fat loss occurs. It’s always good to partition nutrients toward muscle gain instead of fat storage, for any goal, for a pure mass phase or a strict diet. It’s not a “fine tuning” supplement, but rather a foundational supplement for anyone training hard.

The same is true for <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/plazma"target=“new”>Plazma: you always need to take care of workout nutrition (as you know of course.)


#3

Thanks, Chris. Now just need to get that notification that I3G is back in stock!