Alright my friends, I write this review having tried most flavors and survived the wrath each one brings. I am a veteran lifter, I practice fantastic nutrition, form of a Greek God, the whole nine yards. First off and most importantly, take **** good note of this. You will notice on the container in BIG red letters "DO NOT TAKE MORE THAN ONE SCOOP IN 24 HOURS". This is not a joke, this is not a test of your integrity, this is not a dare to take more than one scoop. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT take more than one full scoop of this. Do not even take scoops of this sweet gain powder. In addition, do not even mix this or drink this closely to other caffeine products- such as coffee. Did I make myself clear? Good. If you have read this far, you are probably wondering why you should not take more than one scoop because the big red letters just were not enough for you. Well I am glad you are still here to find out. You will pass out on your second warm up set of squats, your quads will cramp like a sponge in the desert, and you will not make any gains that day. Besides this one terrible incident, I have continued to use Nitraflex as my go-to PWO supplement. It seems to be the only product that holds true to itself. My focus lasts the entire workout (currently in the second week of Arnolds Mass program). Cannot express enough how sick this stuff is- going to purchase more immediately after this post. 10 out of 10 have and will continue to recommend to friends. ** Oh, almost forgot... Some of you may be concerned about the testosterone enhancing side effects. As I previously stated, "It seems to be the only product that holds true to itself". I believe I do not need to go into detail.
Weight training whilst cutting, must remain intense. You will be able to continue to train hard as your calorie intake will not be mega low and you'll be including regular carbohydrates. In order to achieve optimum results, I'd also try to include 30-40 minutes of cardiovascular exercise or high intensity interval training (HIIT) three or four times a week, as exercise preferentially burns fat whilst maintaining muscle mass. This ideally should be done on a different day or a different time of day to weight training so as not to interfere with nutrients required for muscle growth. Intensity should be low, say about 55-60% maximum heart rate, the optimum level for mobilising fat reserves whilst maintaining muscle tissue. In practice, this is the level so when you cease exercising you feel slightly warm and just out of breath.