Here is a page where I list everything I use and mentioned throughout CoolFatBurnerGuides.com. Remember — I personally use everything listed here in my own routine, as described throughout the guides site, for years. For ease of shopping, these are all linked to Amazon. You may find better deals on BodyBuilding.com for a few of the supplements.
Here are the components for the “Fiber Shake.” Remember, each component feeds different gut flora, and can help carry probiotics to the right place in your GI tract, so it’s a good idea to mix them together. Some of these components may even help improve insulin sensitivity, and help with weight loss, beyond just helping to fill you up and reduce insulin spikes for the PWO carb refeed and cheat meals.
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Zero-calorie syrups and toppings and sauces, no-carb noodles, the best protein powders, all for the various shakes and snacks and PSMF fat-cutting day meals. Get the taste, texture, and volume, along with the emotional fulfillment of sweets and snacks, with little to no calories. Some of these (like the xylitol sweetener or the konjac noodles) even have prebiotic elements.
Supplements. Only the stuff that works. And in my opinion, essential to maximal functioning and living. (didn’t include protein powder, as it was listed above)
Pre-Workout concoction. Not needed for beginners. But once you gain training experience, these supplements can really make the difference in a workout. Caffeine, beta-alanine, citruline, agmatine, leucine. Some of these can be expensive… therefore it’s most cost-efficient to mix them yourself. Therefore I’ve linked C4 as a base supplement, and then you can add the citruline, agmatine, and leucine from Bulk Supplements. Trying to buy a pre-workout supplement that has all of it together is still cost-prohibitive IMO.
Exercise equipment. Resistance bands, weights, kettlebells. Again, I own all this stuff (you can see it in some of the vids in the “Hacks & Tricks” chapter.) Keep in mind in regards to kettlebells: I recommend the lighter, smooth-handled CAP kettlebells for higher rep work, like the “Viking Warrior” routine. Heavier kettlebells (53lbs and up) I’ve linked both the classic “strongman” type kettlebell, and the “Girevoy Sport” (green) kettlebells used in formal competition. I have two of each of the strongman and Girevoy sport (53lbs each), as well as two 70lbs, and one 80lb and one 90lb all in the ‘strongman’ type. The rubber ‘bumper’ 45lb plates can be used not only as weights, but the lock together when stacked and thus can work for standing on for deficit lifting (as shown in the related video). The bar pad is needed for the German Complex routine (the bar coming down on your back, during the “thruster push presses”) and the large blue pad, for glute bridges, which really work the butt muscles (see “Assistance Work” video)
Cool Fat Burner user Tim Steele is the author of the “Potato Hack” Diet book, which introduces this unusual diet talks about the gut microbiome and its role in human functioning.