One of the most common questions we get from users of OxyShred Non-Stim at any usage level is "How can I get the most out of my tub of OxyShred Non-Stim?”. We definitely understand the need to try and get the best bang for buck, so we've put together the below guide on exactly how to maximise your OxyShred Non-Stim.
So just to cover Supplements 101, the word "supplement" means:
A thing added to something else in order to complete or enhance it.
So to be a little more obvious, OxyShred Non-Stim is a supplement, not a solution. When ADDED to your new/existing workout/exercise and dietary plan it will be an effective tool. You will become very frustrated and see little results if you eat takeaway food 4 times a week with no exercise. OxyShred Non-Stim will ENHANCE your results from all the blood, sweat and tears.
Over the years, we've put together some good advice that we share with our customers and MAK athletes:
Take OxyShred Non-Stim on an empty stomach in the morning every day. Ideally at least 15mins before consuming any food/breakfast.
For an added boost, combine a dedicated scoop (1-3 depending on preference) of Acetyl L-Carnitine to accelerate the positive effects of OxyShred Non-Stim.
Take an additional scoop of OxyShred Non-Stim before your workout. That way, you’re able to optimise fat burn through the effort you exert in the gym. OxyShred Non-Stim contains absolutely no stimulants, so don’t stress legends, you can take this one at absolutely any time and still be able to sleep at night!
Get a Bioscan completed. A simple 30 second test will tell you exactly what your body is composed of, with medical accuracy. It includes a full analysis of their Body Fat Percentage, Muscle Mass, Body Water, BMI, Muscular development of each part of their body, and more.
Count your calories. Sounds cliche, but it works. Counting calories alone doesn't make you lose weight, but provides invaluable information about your own body's current intake. It might be a little time consuming and tedious, but being educated and accurate about knowing your inputs and outputs is very important. When you factor in the calories burnt during the day/workouts, you can easily determine if you need to consume more or less calories.