Congrats to Sillearning and swamp thing. Big weight loss like that is nothing to frown on. Good job turning it around.
The less BF you have the harder it is to lose, sorry to be the bearer of bad news there. The upside is it can be done, its no where near impossible.
HRX is great IMO. But no matter how good a supp is, its going to be the diet that makes or breaks you.
Just tighten up the diet. If its already tight, cut 300-500cals a day. I wouldn’t go below 2000-2500 for long tho. Sometimes to break a weight loss plateau you need to add in a week or 2 period of an extra 300 cals a day to get that metabolism firing again.
Its not rocket science going foward. It is just a little tinkering with your numbers and figuring out what works for you (everyone is different so its always hard to get down to specific numbers via the internet.)
Also, do you lift weights, maybe i missed it, i saw you said you “trained” and you talk about cardio, if you aren’t hitting the weights get on it ASAP- it will help you get to your goals and it will make you look a lot better, if you are good keep it up.
Lastly-low carb diets. There are a few approaches I would look at (This is all from memory so I might fudge a few numbers but you can search for them here and get all the info you neeD). T-Dawg 2.0 is a diet where you get <100g carb a day and most of those are right around your workout via a pwo shake-Alot of people like it and it is right on this site.
Precision nutrition is another good option to look at. Even tho I don’t think it is advertised as low carb, I brought it (well worth the $$ IMO) and its basically a diet where you avoid high GI carbs (aka lots of meats and green veggies on it). Not to mention the personalization options in the back are worth the money themselves.
CT has recently written a few articles about his transformation and carb cycling approach. It is based on your current BF and I think that as soon as I finish up this little V-Diet stint I am going to use those guidelines (the V-Diet is another option-I like to use it for its simplicity even though I think learning proper eating habits are far superior.)
Lastly, the Anabolic diet is carb cycling where you eat very low carb (<30g) for 5 days, and then load up on carbs for 2. I used it and loved it. And depending on how CT’s approach works I might go back to it.
Hopefully that was semi-coherent. I always feel like I am dragging out my posts, but if you have any questions or want more details ask.
And again-great job so far, keep it up.