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Consumer Review: I Feel As Though The Ripped Fuel Is Not Doing Anything For Me.

I was wondering about some things: How much Ripped Fuel should I take and how much creatine should I take? Many people say many things. Currently, for the last 3 weeks, I have been taking Ripped Fuel regularly (2 capsules, 2 times a day) and creatine regularly (2 servings a day - one before workout and one after). I loaded on creatine for the first week and took 6 Ripped Fuel capsules a day. Now, I am trying to figure out a consistent method to follow. I am 205 lbs looking to get big (230). I feel as though the Ripped Fuel is not doing anything for me. I want to gain weight (bulk-muscle), but stay cut also. What are your recommendations? I lift approximately 4-5 times a week and also eat fairly well. I am NOT on a diet, but am looking for maximum gains, better bench, bigger body, and weight gain -but not fat.


Response #1

Ripped fuel is for weight loss not weight gain. It will increase your metabolism. Fast metabolisms are great for staying slim, but not for getting big. Plus, there is a lot of caffeine in Ripped Fuel and caffeine negates the effects of creatine. Ripped Fuel is good for cutting up if used for short periods of time. I would only use it for a pre-workout energizer if you're trying to get big.


Response #2

Before spending all this money, take the time to understand the desired results these products are aiming for. It's fairly simple, creatine will store the water in creatine pools. Therefore, it retains water, giving you a very soft, wet muscle tone. Ripped fuel, a metabolic enhancer, will negate all of the effects of creatine if used in sequence. When I first took Ripped fuel, I went to the bathroom 27 times in one day. I didn't know that was possible. My guess is that it was a lot of the stored water leaving my system from the creatine. Also, keep in mind that creatine has been found to increase your calorie burning capabilities by up to an extra 100 calories a day. Between those two supplements, I believe you will be satisfied with your results.

If mass is what you want, takes weight gainer, soy protein, (not whey), and do 6 cardio sessions a week. A-- kicking cardio or you will get pleasantly plump from the excess calories attained from the weight gainer.


Response #3

Your creatine is counteracting with the ripped fuel. The two are for totally different things. Creatine is for bulking up, and ripped fuel is for losing weight and energy.



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