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for HCGers... changing protocol for heavy duty bootcamp??

Saturday, May 08, 2010

hey, has anyoine changed the protocol to maybe half a dose? and still eat what you eat but add in some protein shakes and stuff to get in heavy excersise? i am starting on monday a hardcore bootcamp three times a week for 4 weeks.. and i was thinking if i eat whats on the protocol, salads are good with chicken and stuff.. but add in extra protein shakes or protein and a little more good carbs so that i can do the heavy duty fitness??

just want to know if anyone else has done it and what their results were and experiences....
thankyou!!! :)
Jenny

(i want to get back to the hcg while doing this, but i want it to work with my bootcamp and not be tooooooo tired!!!!)
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  • v CAMSMOM918
    I'm new at taking the hcg drops . . . don't they say that exercising stalls weight loss? Although I did decide (this morning, actually - lol) to do some resistance band workouts . . . I'm thinking it won't be too bad with the stalling . . . Let me know how you do!

    I wish you every success with bootcamp!!

    Good luck!
    Angela
    2207 days ago
  • v SPLASHOFJOY
    I take a sublingual b-complex (no sugar) in the morning and add in a little bit of extra protein on my super heavy workout days. I wouldn't cut down the hCG or I would starve to death!
    2207 days ago
  • v GERBEAR06
    I did hcg drops 2 years ago and tried sticking with my bootcamp classes, I blacked out! So my Dr had me try a protein shake 120 Cal low carb no sugar, I drank 1/2 before my workout and the rest after my workout. it did help me get through my workout, but my hunger got out of control and I couldn't stay on protocol. Everyone is different so if you try it be careful. Good luck!
    2207 days ago
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