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    HUNTER1313 is offline Senior Member
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    Just so I am understanding the "pulses" (I haven't exactly taken the pulse plinge yet) I wake up around 5-530am, have a shake and a coffee, about 3-5 hours later have another shake, then one after my workout (should this one be mixed in water like the other ones or is it ok to mix it in some yogort which is unpasturized and organic?) which is usually around 530pm, and I eat my main meal 6-630pm till around 9pm which is when I try to hit the sack? I am using Progressive Nutritions harmonized protein (it seems to be one of the best I have found around here in Ontario, Canada). Sometimes I will have a shake before bed depending on how I feel.

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    that sounds correct. If you're doing bodybuilding than do it every 2 hours but you will lose the rejuvenation effect.

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    Heres a question thats sort of related. What if you just forgo the whole "pulses" and Post workout shake? The reason I am asking is I might start doing my workout (which is just the PM right now) in the morning. How detrimental would it be to not have recovery meals? I am thinking just see how it goes and if one feels the need maybe start to incorporate the shakes. But like I have said, I have come this far without needing anything during the day (masons helper and what I do now is pretty strenuous and tough heavy labour). Should I start? I am looking to add a little muscle, but would adding more protein during my evening meal be just as effective?

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    Well I do believe that post workout is extremely helpful and Ori preaches it's necessity. I would say if you do not feel the necessity or aren't hungry for the post workout meals than don't have them. When you first get hungry after exercise that's when I would have my first recovery meal. Here's a link of post workout nutrition from an interview between Chad Waterbury and

    http://chadwaterbury.com/the-truth-about-post-workout-nutrition/
    (by the way you don't "need" oris whey)

    I think this would be perfect if you do good without anything during the day. I use it because I enjoy fasting during the day. I've tried the pulse feeding method and stopped because I'm on the RoP which isn't geared towards muscle building specifically. If I went on a program that was meant to produce considerable muscle growth I would then implement Oris pulse feeding method. I'm not a doctor or nutritionist. This is only my opinion!

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    I don't really have time to keep all the post exercise shakes. I get home around 530pm, workout, and eat around 6-630pm, and try to be in bed around 9-10.

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    That should be okay Hunter as long as your feed your muscle shortly after exercise. Maybe try having a shake directly after exercise and then having your dinner about a half an hour later? If you're not hungry or don't feel the need for a post exercise shake than don't have one. Listen to your body.

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    Do you think there is any benefit to starting the pulses around noon ish (ala the renegade diet or leangains where your "feeding" window is eight hours instead of four). It would almost be the same as Ori's recommendation as you would get a pulse and a pre workout. Just trying to pick your brain. I recieved Unlock your muscle gene today and cant wait to read it.

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    Well I always say listen to your body. The Warrior Diet is all about choices. Personally, I stick to the Warrior Diet as written as I'm currently on the PM. When I decide that I am interested in gaining muscle I'll implement Ori's pulse feeding method in conjunction with a program like kettlebell muscle or Return of the Kettlebell. I loved Unlock Your Muscle Gene, it's extremely useful for applying the Warrior Diet protocols to building muscle mass.

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    Be aware that they are not messing around with orders. I just ordered a copy of WD two days ago (couldn't find a copy I got some time back). It came in the mail today!!! Priority mail, but they picked up the cost. And the book is cheap.

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