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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyTue Sep 28, 2010 6:47 pm

so small protein snacks during the day would be what? omlet? cottage cheese? tuna? eggs in general too.. stuff like that u would be eating?
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyTue Sep 28, 2010 7:48 pm

Any of that is fine, its just a matter of eating just enough during the day for you to get by. Some days you eat more during the day than others, like if your feeling drained from a extra hard workout the night before. Its hard to give exact guides because everyone is different and its about getting in touch with what your own instincts and what your body needs.


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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyTue Sep 28, 2010 11:08 pm

pulldoggpull wrote:
so small protein snacks during the day would be what? omlet? cottage cheese? tuna? eggs in general too.. stuff like that u would be eating?
If you have to ask, you probably shouldn't be following this eating protocol. Just my opinion. It's not a set of rules, but rather a lifestyle that you adopt over time. If you really want to follow this protocol, you really should read the book. Ori explains everything in great detail. He also has another book, "Maximum Muscle, Minimum Fat" that cites references in studies, etc. to explain the science behind his protocol.

Small protein snacks are not necessary for some. Others want them. The author recommends poached eggs or yogurt/kefir. The most important thing the Warrior Diet teaches is more philosophical IMO; live life, don't stand in the background. Spontaneous days are expected and encouraged. Some days you won't get any food during the day. Others you may be starving. Eat the whole day then.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Sep 29, 2010 9:34 am

man raja. i was asking what stuff others would be eating. not what i am gonna eat. just wanna see what others did do, what worked for them, what did not work, etc...

chill ^^

p.s. started warrior diet today.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Sep 29, 2010 12:41 pm

pulldoggpull wrote:
man raja. i was asking what stuff others would be eating. not what i am gonna eat. just wanna see what others did do, what worked for them, what did not work, etc...

chill ^^

p.s. started warrior diet today.

It's all in the book. What works for some might not work for others. I'm just saying, the warrior diet is all about listening to your body, not a random guy on the internet's body.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Sep 29, 2010 8:10 pm

pulldoggpull - How did did your first day on the Warrior Diet go?
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Sep 29, 2010 8:42 pm

easy!! Wink

i like i like.

especially the last big meal (escorted by a beer) lol

fruits and veggies. kept my body well hydrated. small protein snacks in between.

all good for me Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Oct 06, 2010 1:27 pm

sooo just to share how the warrior diet looked like for me yesterday.

morning: salad with roca, tomata, cucumber, and 250g of cottage cheese. green, healthy, great in taste + protein Wink + glass of orange juice (natural, organic)

after glass of milk and some fruits

after some tuna, few veggies, water

oh and fruits like bananas apples peaches etc help to get some fuel in especially when there is a hard workout.

evening: WHATEVER I WANT WUAHHAHA + a glass of milk lol ^^

keep ur body hydrated. iff u cant deal with hunger etc (i had no difficulties till now) then i guess just eat a few more veggies, fruits etc. try to get some protein with every kinda snack or meal. (even like 1-2 glasses of milk are excellent). i feel strong in general also during workouts + running etc.. all nice all good thanks for bringing me into this!
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyThu Oct 07, 2010 2:53 pm

Pulldoggpull, dont u count calories on undereating? From what i know, u cant go beyond 250 kcals...

can u tell me how did u make ur diet?
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyFri Oct 08, 2010 7:53 am

Br_Warrior wrote:
Pulldoggpull, dont u count calories on undereating? From what i know, u cant go beyond 250 kcals...

can u tell me how did u make ur diet?


uuhhhmm...

i actually dont know. lol.

i mean. i see and feel that in generally i grow, like muscle wise. i never count calories. lol. if i want size i eat often and include some form of protein in every meal. if i wanna lose weight or getting ripped. lol i do the same. ^^

actually this is how i eat.

i dont have a diet really. i try to get some small protein intake every 2-3 hours. i try to eat "green" food also. salads etc. and fruits for getting also some sugar inside. for the sweet energetic side of life Wink

so wake up eat something low fat, good portion of protein and healthy. its easy.. u could actually wake up and just drink a glass of milk and ur ok. lol^^ or mussly or have a salad with some tuna inside or cottage cheese.

basically warrior diet eat only as much as u need. and in the evening eat one big meal whatever u want.

i dont always have that big meal at the end of the day tbh. but i have a beer Wink lol

ur body adapts to the "eat only as much as u need" and uses fat u have in general to burn and take its energy from. and ur eating habbits change abit in general. especially in the beginning. lol

dunno what else u wanna know? ask me specific else i write a lot of stuff ^^
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyFri Oct 08, 2010 8:47 am

lol.. pulldog i do the exact same thing.. tho i never stop at 1 beer most of the time xD works too. didnt do much and lost bout 4 pounds just with this diet. now working out im leveling at a pound fat lost a lil more muscle gained in a week or 2.

besides.. calorie counting is stupid. u eat as u like. if u eat alot u eat healthy. u do ur workout u burn all the extra s**t u ate and gain some muscle afterwards and thats that.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyFri Oct 08, 2010 9:21 am

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lol.. pulldog i do the exact same thing.. tho i never stop at 1 beer most of the time xD works too. didnt do much and lost bout 4 pounds just with this diet. now working out im leveling at a pound fat lost a lil more muscle gained in a week or 2.

besides.. calorie counting is stupid. u eat as u like. if u eat alot u eat healthy. u do ur workout u burn all the extra s**t u ate and gain some muscle afterwards and thats that.

ya lately i also dont stop at 1 beer... yesterday especially Wink omg lol

yeah i agree. before this diet i simply train a lot, eat a lot and all was also fine. when i overdid it with eating its simple.. + 5 reps on all sets and ur ok Wink

as long as u workout u should be ok. watch ur diet if u wanna be ripped else dont. for me this diet simply gives me more energy. i dont know why but it does. and it is no real "diet" by means of measuring something watching what u eat. u simply eat less but more often and healthy. simple. its more of "a way of eating" O.o
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyFri Oct 08, 2010 2:02 pm

Ok, i already know how the warrior diet works.
I was wondering the way u do it and i got it , thx dude

Cya =]
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyTue Oct 12, 2010 4:03 pm

i dont get it i've been always taught that breakfast is the most important meal? and eating before sleep is not a good idea?
scratch

and everybody i know tell me the same Suspect
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyTue Oct 12, 2010 6:13 pm

superbenx.. what can i say, the're stupid Wink

u eat how u eat. u live on only one fraction of the consumed food anyways.
people say its bad to eat before bed, because the body processes food slower while asleep, and considering ure not moving, it stores it into fat.
if u however excercise and are in need of food it doesnt get stored into fat. also, if ure not a morning person its good, because u have energy for half a day still, if u dont, ure body uses up energy from the stored fat cells. thats how u loose weight with this diet.
and breakfast is essentialy good only if u eat 5+ times a day more, because it kickstarts the metabolism. if u eat 1 big meal before bed and smaller meals in the middle of the day, the metabolism starts to work on its own.
if u go and take a s**t every day and its not soft as water or u dont become constipated, ure eating right. body adapts. u might get cramps tho for the first couple of days..
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Oct 13, 2010 1:00 am

superbenx wrote:
i dont get it i've been always taught that breakfast is the most important meal? and eating before sleep is not a good idea?
scratch

and everybody i know tell me the same Suspect
Breakfast is very important ask any professional or olympic athlete. You need to have calories to burn for the day. Many sumo wrestlers skip breakfast to slow down their metabolism.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Oct 13, 2010 5:47 pm

Bdog wrote:
superbenx wrote:
i dont get it i've been always taught that breakfast is the most important meal? and eating before sleep is not a good idea?
scratch

and everybody i know tell me the same Suspect
Breakfast is very important ask any professional or olympic athlete. You need to have calories to burn for the day. Many sumo wrestlers skip breakfast to slow down their metabolism.

Breakfast IS important... i just eat mine at 3pm, seven hours after i wake up. The whole "oh s**t if you dont eat breakfast your muscles will fall off" is crap. For anyone who wants to read up on this type of dieting go to leangains.com afro
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Oct 13, 2010 6:12 pm

Bdog wrote:
superbenx wrote:
i dont get it i've been always taught that breakfast is the most important meal? and eating before sleep is not a good idea?
scratch

and everybody i know tell me the same Suspect
Breakfast is very important ask any professional or olympic athlete. You need to have calories to burn for the day. Many sumo wrestlers skip breakfast to slow down their metabolism.
Oh btw if you dont eat breakfast you still have calories to burn for the day(body fat)
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyWed Oct 13, 2010 10:02 pm

Do what you do but I know if you wanna gain muscle and size you gotta eat. Breakfast is very important. No animal in nature starves themselves just cause, they eat when they are hungry. You just gotta make sure you're eating healthy(plenty of fruits and veg). I was responding to superbenx he's like 14 or 15 and that would not be a good idea for him to eat his first meal at 3pm. He's still growing.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyThu Oct 14, 2010 8:46 am

lol bdog, ive been eating my breakfast at 3pm+ from when i was 13 or so. got home from school and ate. it was mainly a huge lunch. i never had an eating disorder or anything else. it really doesnt matter when u eat. if ure consistent its okay.
but considering he's training at that age already, he needs more food. so skipping breakfast and eating more otherwise is okay. and as far as i can remember he's not fat. so eating more wont hurt him.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyThu Oct 14, 2010 12:32 pm

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lol bdog, ive been eating my breakfast at 3pm+ from when i was 13 or so. got home from school and ate. it was mainly a huge lunch. i never had an eating disorder or anything else. it really doesnt matter when u eat. if ure consistent its okay.
but considering he's training at that age already, he needs more food. so skipping breakfast and eating more otherwise is okay. and as far as i can remember he's not fat. so eating more wont hurt him.
I never said eating more would hurt him. What's the point of him skipping breakfast? Skipping breakfast slows down your metabolism. That's why sumo wrestlers do it.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyThu Oct 14, 2010 2:23 pm

Bdog wrote:
BleHz0r wrote:
lol bdog, ive been eating my breakfast at 3pm+ from when i was 13 or so. got home from school and ate. it was mainly a huge lunch. i never had an eating disorder or anything else. it really doesnt matter when u eat. if ure consistent its okay.
but considering he's training at that age already, he needs more food. so skipping breakfast and eating more otherwise is okay. and as far as i can remember he's not fat. so eating more wont hurt him.
I never said eating more would hurt him. What's the point of him skipping breakfast? Skipping breakfast slows down your metabolism. That's why sumo wrestlers do it.

Skipping breakfast does not necessarily mean youre going to eat less calories for the day. You can skip breakfast and still eat 3000 calories a day. And as for the metabolism slowing down from not eating breakfast is false. You need to fast for at the very least 48 hrs before your metabolism starts to slow down. Also, we werent meant to have a constant food supply to eat whenever we get hungry. In ancient time there wasnt food always around. You ate what you hunted and if that wasnt enough, you just dealt with it and your body compensates for it by using stored body fat... thats why its there, and if u want it to get used, you just deal with the hunger every so often. In my case, every sixteen hrs.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyThu Oct 14, 2010 2:54 pm

J_Colon85 wrote:
Bdog wrote:
BleHz0r wrote:
lol bdog, ive been eating my breakfast at 3pm+ from when i was 13 or so. got home from school and ate. it was mainly a huge lunch. i never had an eating disorder or anything else. it really doesnt matter when u eat. if ure consistent its okay.
but considering he's training at that age already, he needs more food. so skipping breakfast and eating more otherwise is okay. and as far as i can remember he's not fat. so eating more wont hurt him.
I never said eating more would hurt him. What's the point of him skipping breakfast? Skipping breakfast slows down your metabolism. That's why sumo wrestlers do it.

Skipping breakfast does not necessarily mean youre going to eat less calories for the day. You can skip breakfast and still eat 3000 calories a day. And as for the metabolism slowing down from not eating breakfast is false. You need to fast for at the very least 48 hrs before your metabolism starts to slow down. Also, we werent meant to have a constant food supply to eat whenever we get hungry. In ancient time there wasnt food always around. You ate what you hunted and if that wasnt enough, you just dealt with it and your body compensates for it by using stored body fat... thats why its there, and if u want it to get used, you just deal with the hunger every so often. In my case, every sixteen hrs.
I just think this diet is based on lots of theories with not much real science to back it up. Where's all the top athletes on this diet? I see many lose weight on it. There's all kinds of diets you can lose weight on but that doesn't make it healthy. Anyone trying to gain though should not skip breakfast. Where's all the bodybuilders skipping breakfast?
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyThu Oct 14, 2010 3:07 pm

Bodybuilders are in a different realm than those of us on this forum. All, yes ALL of pro bodybuilders use steroids, so they do not belong in the same category as us. If you want to be a bodybuilder, you should get on a bodybuilding forum and start taking some steroids.

Also, you should give the book a read before you decide what you think "it seems like".

I used the Warrior Diet in my first year of college and after the first 2 weeks it was easy. I felt great. Lost 5 pounds and gained some strength and definition.

The book does not state to not eat at all during the day. Again, if you read the book you will find this to be true.
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PostSubject: Re: Warrior Diet   Warrior Diet - Page 2 EmptyThu Oct 14, 2010 3:25 pm

ohiosteve wrote:
Bodybuilders are in a different realm than those of us on this forum. All, yes ALL of pro bodybuilders use steroids, so they do not belong in the same category as us. If you want to be a bodybuilder, you should get on a bodybuilding forum and start taking some steroids.

Also, you should give the book a read before you decide what you think "it seems like".

I used the Warrior Diet in my first year of college and after the first 2 weeks it was easy. I felt great. Lost 5 pounds and gained some strength and definition.

The book does not state to not eat at all during the day. Again, if you read the book you will find this to be true.
Did I say anything about wanting to bodybuild I was just referring to the numerous threads you see of people wanting to gain mass on this site. So no such thing as natural bodybuilding? You lost 5 pounds good for you that doesn't prove anything. I still say a 14 yr old shouldn't skip breakfast. Do you think Lbm would have the results he's gotten doing this type of diet? Get on a bodybuilding forum and start taking steroids? Why you talking s**t!
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