As quoted for the Carbolin 19 thread:
"Initially, users should not necessarily expect much if any gain in overall body weight. What occurs is a shift in body composition toward lean mass. In other words, if you’re losing fat while gaining muscle, you might have a net-zero increase in body weight, but a dramatic shift in favor of lean-body composition.
Remember, the goal here is to gain muscle while losing fat, not “bulking up.” In other words, you’re bridging, not bulking. Not only that, you’re able to bridge year-round!
With Carbolin 19, there’s no more losses because you can’t eat or train perfectly, and no more two-steps-forward, one-step-backward progress."
My question is about these few paragraphs…
It basically says to not expect any gain in overall bodyweight and that its not used for “bulking up”.
Will I be wasting my time taking Carbolin 19 if I’m trying to bulk up and gain lean muscle mass while on a calorie surplus diet wanting to minimize fat gain?
All the studies I’ve found on Carbolin 19 were on obese people, so of course they were going to show dramatic results.
Will supplementing w/ Carbolin 19 stop me from gaining mass or is it just for people at that maintenace calorie level who are just wanting to shift body composition withough a significant side in losing weight.