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    Spikeman1444 is offline Senior Member
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    Do you guys have any suggestions? I am looking at the purposeful primitive right now. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Keeping Marty Gallagher's recommendations in mind, I'd suggest looking into Ori Hofmekler's materials. His latest book, 'Unlock Your Muscle Gene' applies Warrior Diet principles towards muscular development.

    Having already applied the nutritional strategy to a strength based program, I am now utilizing it in conjunction with Geoff Neupert's 'Kettlebell Muscle.'

    With 'The Purposeful Primitive' power-lifting protocols, I'd be curious about the results.

    Whatever you decide, good luck in achieving your goals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fdnyceguy View Post
    Keeping Marty Gallagher's recommendations in mind, I'd suggest looking into Ori Hofmekler's materials. His latest book, 'Unlock Your Muscle Gene' applies Warrior Diet principles towards muscular development.

    Having already applied the nutritional strategy to a strength based program, I am now utilizing it in conjunction with Geoff Neupert's 'Kettlebell Muscle.'

    With 'The Purposeful Primitive' power-lifting protocols, I'd be curious about the results.

    Whatever you decide, good luck in achieving your goals.
    Funny that you mention that. I own both, Ori produces some great programs that I love. In Martys book there's a whole section devoted to Ori and his Warrior Diet. Marty apparently reccomends going on a 12 week multiple meal a day plan to build muscle followed by 12 weeks of Warrior Diet to get rid of the fat that comes with the muscle building. Ori also did the cover art for the book.
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    Bodybuilding requires much more than using the program to succeed. You will also need a good sound to build muscle to food to ensure good nutrition. Planning a healthy diet to build muscle is not so difficult. It should be based on an appropriate amount to eat high quality protein in the form of food and shakes, and an appropriate amount of carbohydrates provide the body's energy is needed to perform these exercises.

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