Just read your post about this as i’ve been googling animal cuts all day. I used Muscle-pharm shred matrix before and dried out a fair amount (I’ve been training heavily for the last 2 years and dropped 92 lbs ( about) from 128-9kg to 88-9kg [i’m 6’3 and 22 years old] (with muscle gain) and am now at a stage where i’ve cleaned up my diet immensely, am counting macros (220grams protein etc etc) and got a tub of animal cuts (upon recommendation) without little research into it. I’ve used a fair few pre workouts like napalm, jack3d, c4, and am rather stim desensitised I’d say (Seeing i need to double scoop any pre workout now).
It does work, however, I get pimples starting at about 3 weeks in to the regime. Could be because I am still a young lad. Who knows. I would not say they make the world of difference, but for me it is worth it. I would for you however, suggest just getting in shape first. (No offence intended) Get your training AND nutrition dialed if you feel you want that small edge, go for it. I personally just returned to the gym about few months ago. I waited until most of my initial strength gains slowed, and I also waited until I dropped a bunch of body fat. At high levels of BF, you will be seeing lower testosterone anyway… Why not get in shape first and maximize the benefits of all your training and nutrition
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