Patience my friend….patience. Stick with it, this lag time for fat loss results is very normal. It usually takes the body at least four or five weeks to achieve noticeable results during any fat loss regimen. You are almost clear of the “lag zone”, which means your results will begin to accelerate tremendously very soon. You are doing all the right things with lifting, cardio, diet & supplementation, you just have to be patient. Many people share this same frustration you are having and end up quiting before they get past the “lag zone”. This time frame should always be expected when dieting and have confidence that once you get past 5 weeks or so your results will accelerate TREMENDOUSLY! You are on the doorstep of amazing progress, if you quit now you’ll be extremely disappointed, if you stick with it you’ll be extremely satisfied. The choice is yours.
If you haven’t already, you might want to consider adding a thermogenic fat burner to you supplementation program. 1-Db is a great choice when it comes to thermogenics. NOTE: It is by far the most powerful thermogenic on the market and needs to be taken exactly as the label indicates! If your really after dramatic results you should combine 1-Db with Thyro Drive! These two together produce a great synergistic punch! By using both you are accelerating fat loss both through the central nervous system and by stimulating thyroid hormone production. Both of these could help speed results tremendously. No matter what you decide make sure you STICK WITH IT, the big results are just around the corner.
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