In spite of Clenbuterol being a very powerful thermogenic, it doesn’t mean that it is magical. Obviously, it is not possible to cut weight without torching more calories than you consume, irrespective of the supplement you use. So, you should not expect it to do the work for you. To cut body fat, you have to diet. Although Clenbuterol will help you burn extra calories, still you have to be in a deficit. In actual fact, while you are using Clenbuterol, you will still need to diet just as hard as you would diet without it, if you want to cut body fat. You can’t be eating like a pig and hope to cut any body fat. Besides, as potent as Clenbuterol is, it usually works best when added to a well-planned diet.
There are many different ways to train in order to build muscle mass, some ways work better than others, but everyone is different and what works for you may not work for someone else. A big mistake many people make is thinking more is better, this could not be further from the truth. If you were to train 7 days a week for 2 hours at a time, you would not build muscle, you would actually start to lose muscle from overtraining . It has been proven in scientific studies that training longer than an hour causes more damage than good, in fact you should keep your sessions to 45 minutes. Training 4 to 5 times a week for an hour max is the perfect amount for bodybuilding in my opinion.
With regard to Curlin’s performance in Dubai, it should be noted that the horses he faced over there were incredibly sub-par. indicative of the state of the older male dirt handicap division this year. Both “races” were nothing more than well paid public workouts. With the retirement of so many of last years top 3 year olds including Street Sense, even a temporally steroid free Curlin could beat the plugs he faced there in a $4M race. This was a smart tactical move by his connections since the BC is in California this year on a synthetic surface in a state that will soon ban the presence of anabolic steroids in a horses’ blood on race day. IMO, there is little chance Curlin will race in the BC classic. Steve Assmussen, Curlin’s trainer and Rick Dutrow, Big Winstrol’s trainer, both annually vie for the title of top “super drug trainer”. Just Google their names if you want to read about their sordid histories, replete with many suspensions for administering performance enhancing drugs to their horses.