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jer66ome
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Just wondering if anyone has tried this and wondering how it works for fat loss. I have quite a bit if fat to shed and am looking for any help I can get but I hear this can be dangerous. Can anyone tell me if this is worth trying?
Maybe Clenbutaplex?
Thanks


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jrtlover
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Hey Jerome, I've run 5 cycles of DNP successfully. PM me and I can give you all the information you need about it.
it's a drug that should be only used as a last resort. Diet and training first.


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THERES A GREAT READ DONE BY N.V.S. ON DNP CHECK IT OUT

Info on DNP

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*N.V.S*
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I will say this, jrtlover and I have had VERY different experiences with this drug.
It worked allot better for her than It did for me. We exchanged experiences and thoughts for a while in regards to effective DNP cycling and we could only deduce that the drug works allot better when body fat % is high.

I must stress diet and training first though.

nvs


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nosecrusher
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Posted by: jer66ome
Just wondering if anyone has tried this and wondering how it works for fat loss. I have quite a bit if fat to shed and am looking for any help I can get but I hear this can be dangerous. Can anyone tell me if this is worth trying?
Maybe Clenbutaplex?
Thanks

I have done enough research to know that DNP is not for me. You can achieve the BF% you want with a good clean diet and well planned cycles over time and if you are disciplined enough to be patient and stick to your written out plan of dieting and your cycles and your training schedules. The plan should be long term, as not to put so much stress on your body that DNP does. I have read all off N.V.S.'s posts and it doesn't change my decision on never to use DNP for me. There are a few more choices you have before resorting to DNP and I would suggest trying them first. I also will never use clenbuterol, even though it is a better choice than DNP, for I have been able to get down to my target BF% with well planned cycles and diet and adding additional cardio to my training. I have watched many of my friends get ripped from these products and yes they work, but I had to listen to them every day cry about these side affects. Yes, it is a quick way to get were you want to go, but not the correct way. Just one mans opinion. Be careful.


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jrtlover
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NVS is right, we both had very different sides and experiences with it and it would seem that DNP seems to work for those with higher body fat percentages rather than for someone who is already lean. It was an interesting experience wasn't it NVS lol!
I personally will only run it again if push came to shove, I'm at the weight I want to be at and I'm dieting and training again so DNP isn't necessary to achieve the goals I want.
It's very true, it works fast, but the sides can be really awful for some people. Myself, I was lucky and the sides were pretty minimal. Still felt kinda shitty on it though...lol...


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cschulze
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You might be just as satisfied with a simple ECA stack. Much safer and I love the clean energy and mental focus it gives. I thought about using DNP but went with ECA stack and lost 6 lbs very quickly. Of course, I added more cardio and good diet to the mix but I love ephedrine and will use it again. May need to use some Benadryl at bedtime for the insomnia....

Total world of difference between how the two drugs will affect you. I would rather have energy and do more cardio than feel like death and stop all physical exertion. More cardio has never failed to cut my BF%.

C

"He who does not punish evil, commands it to be done." Leonardo da Vinci


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jrtlover
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Bumping C on this one. DNP makes you feel like shit and you can barely work out while you're on it, much less do cardio.


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irishpride0769
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i used to love dnp and feel its an effective tool, though not one that should be used by someone who hasnt exhauseted all other outlets first..i have run it many different ways and have lost incredible amounts of fat on it but i developed an allergy to it and now when i run it i get terrible hives and my body temp has soared as high as 104.5..i was so sick i went to the er and was given an ice bath basically..i will never fuck wtih it again...we as bodybuilders or fitness lovers or atheletes take many things to help us in our quest but this is one of the few that CAN KILL us and shouldnt be taken lightly..


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Well, I don't reccomend running DNP. If you don't address the problem which caused you to gain the excess amount of bodyfat you won't make your goal no matter that you run. Remember this is a marathon not a sprint. Don't look for quick fixes.

DIET/CARDIO/TRAINING is what you should stress. Perhaps you should post your diet and let us help you. We all have many different techniques and perhaps one of ours may yield you a helping hand.

If I want to add flavor to my cooking. . . . . . . I just burn it

There is NO such thing as over training just under EATING. ~ Trey Brewer


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