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martin shipton
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2009/07/13 17:16:49 (permalink)

FAT BURNERS

Hi could anyone tell me the best fat burner to use and does it really work. I am 142kg and would like to loose atleast 60kg. I have started the gym and work out 4 times a week, and swim in between. All advice welcome.

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    hamiltonsfitness
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    Re:FAT BURNERS 2009/07/13 17:26:54 (permalink)
    There are no legal fat burners that would make any significant difference to the amount of fat you will use. They are a complete waste of money.

    Keep the gym going and enjoy the swimming they will be the thing that loses you the weight.

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    Re:FAT BURNERS 2009/07/13 18:00:05 (permalink)
    hamiltonsfitness

    There are no legal fat burners that would make any significant difference to the amount of fat you will use. They are a complete waste of money.



    Completly agree, plan and stick to a good diet and do plently of cardio and youll be on your way there

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    Re:FAT BURNERS 2009/07/13 18:09:12 (permalink)
    Welcome to MT

    In view of the amount of fat to lose, consistency and dedication should have it literally dropping off you


    Diet/Cardio/Training.

    There are no short cuts.

     
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    Re:FAT BURNERS 2009/07/13 19:03:32 (permalink)
    Hi Martin,

    It is great you want to do something about your weight. I did also and it was one of the best things I ever did. I started at around 133kg and I am now down to 79kg, it took just under two years (with a lot of ups/downs and back/fourths in that time - it could be done quicker also).

    The key to losing the weight is lifestyle changes and you are doing the right thing by joining the gym and exercising.

    The most important bit to get sorted now is your diet. You should post it up and let people give their advice. You could lose weight quite fast with the right diet in place.

    Then once it slows down you can look into supplements and stuff, but you could easily lose most of your weight now with a good diet in place (which is further increased by working out).
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    Re:FAT BURNERS 2009/07/14 00:58:11 (permalink)
    I started to use fat burners but didn't see the need after 2weeks due to my motivation and commitment. In all fairness if you have dedication and motivation, they are more:-

    1. cost effective - as its free
    2. better than any supplement you would need to lose fat. If you're finding it hard, try and take a friend for workouts
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