Jim Stoppani’s Six-Week Shortcut To Shred Workout – Supplement Overview – Bodybuilding.com

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Shortcut to Shred will help you burn fat, build muscle, and gain strength. Learn how to train for all three goals. Get the science behind the shred.

Smart nutrition and intense training are the most crucial parts of Shortcut to Shred. Supplements are important for great results, but they’ll never replace diet and exercise. My science-backed supplement plan will help you shed fat and maximize your results, but supplements won’t do the work for you. If you put in the effort, supplements will enhance the shred.

The Shortcut to Shred supplement schedule is practiced and precise. Everything I do is researched, tested in the lab, and tried on my own physique. My body is a product of my brain. If you want the best results from this program, you need to follow this regimen. Every capsule, every shake, and every dose is intended to help you achieve your best physique.

Before we dive into when you should take each supplement, I’ll explain why you should take each supplement. I’ve chosen synergistic ingredients that work in concert to help you burn fat, build muscle, and develop strength.

I’ve broken everything into single ingredients so you can get the right doses at great prices. It might seem like more money up front, but buying single ingredients typically stocks your supp cabinet for a longer period of time.

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Comments

Kane Haywood says:

Wow

ryan hand says:

Who says you can’t be tatted, successful, and intelligent. Very helpful
stuff. Thank you!!!!

Johan Louw says:

You guys that love to trash supplements are so ridiculous! If you don’t
like the idea of supplements why watch the video? It’s because you like to
run your mouth. No one is forcing you to buy anything.

This video is the 5th video in a series of six, and they specifically
stipulate supps are additional to, and not nearly as important as, good
training and a proper diet. I have been training for 16 years and can
honestly say that supps make about 30% positive difference to my weight
lifting performance compared to just good eating and hard training. They
also reduce recovery time.

Lance Hare says:

If you want the best-bro science and highest money spending routes, I guess
this guy’s advice is what you want. 

AwnTouchable says:

It was published on my Bday nice!

Josh Whelan says:

Randy orton in 10 years

Daniel Kolev says:

instead taking casein you can eat milky proteins like cheese cottage cheese
etc.Instead taking whey protein you can eat meat right after your workout
and eggs in the morning.Instead taking fish oil or CLA you can eat
fishes,most richest fish in omega 3 and 6 is salmon.

babyboyrajoo says:

I only take whey, casein, and creatine supplements. I don’t wish to buy too
many supplements like 8-10 because 1) too expensive 2) I don’t want to
heavily rely on supplements.

To get a better body. Bulking or cutting, it’s always 80% nutrition, 20%
working out and supplements.


14604941995 says:

Are u guys even big and shredded?
I don’t think so

Zachary Bloom says:

HIIT sessions, compound exercises, and stop eating garbage. Can’t blame
him though, it is his job to sell shit…

jjjjjokerface says:

The training advice is good, but keep in mind that bb.com makes its money
off of selling supplements…

angelino z says:

According to this jackass if you want to build muscle you should be jacked
up on every type of nutritional supplement on the market. There goes your
paycheck. I’m sure the nutritional companies would be proud of him.

Cherrie Loce says:

Scientific proof show that you could optimize your muscle building process
2x-3x quicker; by just adjust your nutrition plan. Because time you spend
for the workout room is only 3% of all your time.

sander kristen says:

to much bs in this video but can’t blame him he is getting paid to sell
shit.

callofduty gym says:

nothing beats real food you guys have to remember jim stoppani gets a lot
of money talking about how supplements are good and you should buy them 

Shaun Aaron says:

def won’t buy all these supplements. cottage cheese is casein pretty much

Shawn Wiseman says:

For anyone that can answer this question, I use the Phase8 Protein
supplement. Would this be a good alternative to taking Whey and Casein
after the workout due to its variation of release times? Thanks.

leostar18 says:

I would love to see a detailed documentary with normal people following
this program showing results, before/after. I’m intrigued!

rexel abalo says:

This almost-magical fat burning strategy burns pounds faster than any
powders, pills, or potions. Go Google Skinnimaker System to find out more.

foniko1 says:

if you use all of these supplements your lever is as good as trash

Frank G says:

dat science

Dameon Childs says:

Yohimbine fucks up your blood pressure.

Emmanuel Minier says:
sushiman42 says:

BS research lol

iTzDark740 says:

I take a Mass Gainer with breakfast and before I go to sleep and a Whey
Protein Isolate following my workout. I am looking to bulk I am already
lean and weigh 160lbs i avoid creatine, is there anything else I should
really take?

Joseph1NJ says:

And… ?

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