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The subject of fat burners is a complex matter, and the success of your endeavors depends a lot on how you use these powerful compounds in conjunction with your training program and diet. Fat Burners can help you attain that shredded physique, but they can also leave you frustrated and broke. Americans spend millions on diet products every year, yet half of them remain dangerously overweight. Think about it, if it was that easy to shed fat like in those six-page ad specials starring IFBB Pro Lee Priest; don’t you think the rest of America would start looking like Shawn Ray or Laura Mak? Will fat burners work for you? Keep reading!

What’s a Thermogenic and How Does it Work?

Thermogenics are also commonly referred to as Fat-Burners or E/C/A Stacks (The letters stand for Ephedrine, Caffeine, and Aspirin, although Aspirin is rarely used today). These substances are designed to help promote lipolysis in the body (the breaking down of body fat to be used as energy). They also stimulate the body’s Central Nervous System, which is why you may feel mentally alert or the “jitters” after popping one of these babies.

Most of the Fat-Burners available on the market today contain roughly the same ingredients. There may be one or two variations in each recipe but they all serve the same purpose – to help shed stubborn body fat. The most popular brands are MD6 by Biotest, Ripped Fuel Extreme by Twinlab, Xenadrine NRG by Cytodyne, and Hydroxycut by MuscleTech. There are reviews on some of these products on this website, so I will not discuss the individual ingredients. I will instead try to clear up some common misconceptions and provide some useful guidelines for using thermogenics.

Key Point: Fat-Burners speed up the body’s metabolism, which burns stored fat for energy.

The Beauty of Advertising

“Joe Buff went from a 42-inch waist at 265 pounds to a ripped 28-inch midsection and a shredded 220!!!” How often do you see ads like these in muscle magazines? Sounds too good to be true right? I love the way advertising makes fat loss seem so simple. “Just take this and you’ll have a six-pack in no time!” The truth is that many of the top pros featured are contracted by supplement companies to promote their products. When you look at their “Before” pictures, many of them are simply in their off-season mode. Even their poses can be incredibly deceptive. Simply slouch your shoulders, stick out your gut and presto… you’re a fat slob! As for the so-called “amazing transformation” in the “After” pictures, these pros are merely close to contest shape – shredded and vascular…so of course they look good!

Six Days Later
For those of you that don’t know, “Off-season” in bodybuilding terms simply means a period of time where bodybuilders take a break from competition and dieting in order to let their bodies recover. During this period of time it is common for them to put on an additional 10 – 20 pounds of fat. You can still see their muscularity under a layer of fat. These pros are experts at manipulating their diet and training regiment to lose huge amounts of fat FAST, and if anything, the fat burners only played a limited role in their fat loss. You must also be aware that the top pros often have access to anabolic steroids and certain thyroid-stimulators, which allow them to preserve their muscle mass while dropping fat quickly. However, their use is illegal without a prescription in the United States. Can you still get cut without using these banned substances? The answer is YES, but “naturally” the process is much harder.

Key Point: Advertising can be misleading. Thermogenics can help you shed fat, but you must be willing to train and diet hard.

Are You a Walking Fat-Burner?

Before you cry yourself to sleep in anguish, there are still other factors to consider. The key to fat loss success doesn’t just revolve around which fat-burner you choose to use. Genetics, diet and training are in every way just as important when it comes to banishing that last ounce of fat from your waist. Everybody generally falls under 3 categories of body types, and most are a mixture of 2 types.

Ectomorphs are characterized by their long, thin body structures. They are commonly known as hard-gainers because of their difficulty in adding significant amounts of muscle mass. However, the fat-loss gods smile upon them with favor, and bestow to them the enviable gift of high metabolisms. Their bodies are very efficient at burning calories and they stay lean all year round. If you’ve ever wondered why your skinny little brother can inhale six-cheeseburgers without gaining a pound, now you know why. A perfect example of an ectomorph bodybuilder is the legendary Frank Zane. For those of you that fall into this category, thermogenics may help, but are not necessary to reach a low percentage of body fat.

Mesomorphs are gifted with wide shoulders and narrow waists. They add muscle mass easily and their bod

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