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    warrior diet

    any one tried the warrior diet?
    im startin it tomarrow it seems very interesting
    has any one here tried it?
    ill keep u posted on the results cuz im tryin to lose 10 pounds
    if u dont kno bout it u can read about it here


    http://www.t-nation.com/readTopic.do...ydra?id=459242

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    I know this is an old thread, but how did you get on with the warrior diet? I know Darren Campbell uses a similar principle leading up to the season. How hard to you find it to stick to?

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    I'd like to bump this thread. Has anyone read, or attempted the Warrior Diet. I'd be interested to hear on results or opinions on it?? It seems radically different to a lot of approaches. Thoughts guys?

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    I would probably just skip breakfast and have a light lunch post workout. Then maybe a light dinner and lots of water... Maybe some fish oils to keep hunger down. Could some of the diet experts can share some thoughts on this? BTW after reading thru marion jones book (life in the fast lane) she wrote how she lost weight dieting like this after she gave birth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycjay01
    I would probably just skip breakfast and have a light lunch post workout. Then maybe a light dinner and lots of water... Maybe some fish oils to keep hunger down. Could some of the diet experts can share some thoughts on this? BTW after reading thru marion jones book (life in the fast lane) she wrote how she lost weight dieting like this after she gave birth.
    Really?! I'll take a little look on amazon and see if I can get myself a copy! Does the Warrior diet as it stands seem to severe then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maris
    Really?! I'll take a little look on amazon and see if I can get myself a copy! Does the Warrior diet as it stands seem to severe then?
    Honestly, I found my copy of Marion Jones' book at a dollar store, so I bought 20 books and handed them out to the kids on my daughters track club. Its a cool book she mentions her time with Charlie in it too. She gives him some big props!

    But yeah I think it would be hard to maintain a diet of eating 1x per day. You need something after you train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycjay01
    Honestly, I found my copy of Marion Jones' book at a dollar store, so I bought 20 books and handed them out to the kids on my daughters track club. Its a cool book she mentions her time with Charlie in it too. She gives him some big props!

    But yeah I think it would be hard to maintain a diet of eating 1x per day. You need something after you train.
    OK cool, I'll take a look.

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    At the dollar store! Wow.

    I don't have much to say about the diet but I have had experience working with Navy Seals. The richmond golds gym on the westside of the city is owned and run by a couple of former ex-Navy Seals. They were really some of the most straight foward, no-nonsense type people I have ever met in my life. Maybe the warrior diet explains why I never got a lunch break!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zach
    any one tried the warrior diet?
    im startin it tomarrow it seems very interesting
    has any one here tried it?
    ill keep u posted on the results cuz im tryin to lose 10 pounds
    if u dont kno bout it u can read about it here


    http://www.t-nation.com/readTopic.do...ydra?id=459242
    It's an old diet,was known as Paleo diet too(if I don't get wrong...)
    It's been recently developed by Ori Hofmekler.

    Very good for some kind of athletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver
    It's an old diet,was known as Paleo diet too(if I don't get wrong...)
    It's been recently developed by Ori Hofmekler.

    Very good for some kind of athletes.
    I don't think it's the same as the paleo diet. The paleo diet focusses on eating food in their most natural form I thought, where as the warrior diet is focussed on eating one large meal a day

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