That statement sounds oxymoron. One important thing you forgot to mention is the cardiovascular conditioning benefits you will get out of the cardio. The number 1 cause of the death in the world is cardiovascular disease. The benefits alone you would get for your heart and health should be good enough for you to drop the DNP and to do that cardio.
I was referring to the fact, that day if you have a low-activity desk job, you can be creating quite the deficit say while at work
And I never said it was a replacement for diet cardio. It’s just another tool in the tool box, and a very effective one.
I don’t think most should rely on dnp for fatloss.
The argument that you could cut without dnp is kinda like you could grow muscle without tren, superdrol, high test.
Well yes you could. But if your trying to break down a wall, a wrecking ball is much more effective than a 8lb sledge hammer
I am in no way saying dnp should be a staple, just like tren ace shouldn’t be a staple