I am a 32yo male, 250lbs, 6’ tall. I’ve been telling myself for a while now that I need to get myself into shape, but like a lot of people, always find a reason why I don’t have time. Now that I have stopped believing the lie, I am fully comitted to do what is necessary.
To do this, I’ve decided to adhere to the Metabolic Diet and begin one of Waterbury’s programs (not sure which one yet, any suggestions?). I also thought I would supplement my training with HOT-ROX or Spike, but I’m a bit confused as to which will be best.
Can anyone advise me on what my best option may be??
Thanks in advance!
Just my opinion- HOT-ROX will be worthless if you don’t have your diet in check. It’s not a miracle pill. If you aren’t losing weight without it, you won’t lose weight with it.[/quote]
Yes your diet is like 97% or something, not to get too technical. The supplements are the remaining 3 or so %. So the pills won’t do anything if your diet isn’t dialed in.
FWIW when I saw the name of this thread I thought this would be an interesting discussion of the differences between 1) a calorie deficit and training with HOT-ROX, or 2) a maintenance level cal diet or slightly reduced cal diet with Spike and training like a madman (as Spike generally amps this up). Personally I would choose #2.