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    Spikeman1444 is offline Senior Member
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    I'm doing well on the Warrior Diet, the issue is that I have no time to do a workout before my evening meal but I absolutely have to get it in. Would it be detrimental for me to do it at night after my evening meal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikeman1444 View Post
    I'm doing well on the Warrior Diet, the issue is that I have no time to do a workout before my evening meal but I absolutely have to get it in. Would it be detrimental for me to do it at night after my evening meal?
    I wouldn't. Eat enough to hold you over, then lift, then eat some more. If you're really following the WD, you won't feel like working out after you eat that much.
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    Try it in the morning. Maybe that's included in not having time to workout before your evening meal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfeye View Post
    Try it in the morning. Maybe that's included in not having time to workout before your evening meal?
    I agree with Steve, I train late in the evening some days, so when I was following WD, on those days I would eat a little bit more than usual in the afternoon to see me through til after my training

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikeman1444 View Post
    I'm doing well on the Warrior Diet, the issue is that I have no time to do a workout before my evening meal but I absolutely have to get it in. Would it be detrimental for me to do it at night after my evening meal?
    Eat your evening meal a little later....
    It's not rocket science, just train fasted and then compensate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetronin View Post
    Eat your evening meal a little later....
    It's not rocket science, just train fasted and then compensate.
    There are reasons not to do this, e.g., I don't sleep well if I have my evening meal within about 2 hours of bedtime. I try to be done eating 3-4 hours before I go to sleep if I can.

    Mind you, we're each an experiment of one when it comes to this sort of thing. I'm 57 and I didn't have this problem when I was younger but I have for the last few years. So I would eat something first, just not enough to disturb my exercise, then lift, and then eat some more but not too much. If necessary, I'd even get into the habit of having a bit more during the day - while still undereating, of course - to make this plan work.
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    Thanks! Have you guys tried Oris pulse feeding approach of whey every few hours?

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