After trying Anaconda for 6 weeks for the first time I have to say I am pretty damn impressed. My question is how the hell do you stop using it after you have used it? My first 3 work outs post Anaconda have not been what they were, not surprisingly at all though. I guess I will have to continue to lay out the money for Anaconda.
Really can’t wait until August to try out Plazma for my 5 month lean gain cycle, I just think there are too many calories in Plazma for me to use this while I am cutting and not be hungry the whole time. If anyone has input or suggestions as to how to use Plazma while cutting let me know please.[/quote]
I can’t imagine ever going away from anaconda, Im on plazma now and working on dropping weight. The calories don’t bother me too much. I know that they fuel better performance and help trigger anabolism so It is probably okay.[/quote]
Problem is I am at 2300 calories a day and Plazma is 700 of those calories, basically 1/3 0f my daily intake, not including a Finibar plus my other daily intake of food. Not enough solid food will make me ridiculously hungry and more likely to ruin my diet. Anaconda and a bar is still about 150 less calories than just Plazma. Oh well thanks for the reply.
Well, i was going to suggest cutting calories from your other meals to make room for the extra bit that is in Plazma but it looks like you might be fearful of it leaving you too hungry.
You COULD try only doing 2 scoops of Plazma, which would still be more effective than the typical serving of Anaconda, it would lessen the overall calories though. Something worth thinking about. 2 servings of Plazma instead of the 3 that is recommended it still going to most likely net better recovery/gains than Anaconda.
I would also add that a calorie isn’t a calorie and in the case of MAG-10/Anaconda/Plazma this rings very true. You can’t really see these products as simple calories as you do with whole foods. With the inclusion of cyclic dextrins to these products they actually have found it has a profound effect on fat-loss.
Not to mention i would highly doubt even on a cut(again this is just my assumption, nothing to back it up) that you would really see a difference in using the full 3 servings of plazma in a negative way. If anything when on a calorie restricted diet, peri-workout is the ONE time you don’t want to skimp on the nutrients. You want to be fully loaded for performance so you will be able to work harder/recover faster to loose the lbs quicker.
Just my 2cents though.