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    Cobra Knight is offline New Member
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    My son is 13 he's 6' 225lbs and a very athelitic, but recently we started lifting weights and I know the basic routines and dietary stuff but I've never delt with supplements. So my question is what would be a good supplements to start with our goal is to tone down to 180 lbs and improve his foot work and speed.

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    13 years old....6' and 225? All he needs is food and keep on training.

    Edit: Probably all.he needs are dietary tweaks and more cardio? Why do you feel that 180 pounds is the magic number for his height and frame? Not trying to sound harsh, just trying to understand the situation.
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    The only supplements Iíd bother recommending are the universal ones that anyone can make good use of: food, fish oil, creatine, and possibly D3 if you live anywhere north of Georgia.

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    Whole milk, flinstone vitamins, lots of water, tons of home cooked meals, and lifting like a physcopath (dont get hurt though). Your teenage son is going to become more and more anobolic for next 10 years just naturally. Get him on a good path now and he will be an incredible athlete.

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