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Thread: Successful Warrior Diet variation.

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    Old School is offline Junior Member
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    Cool Successful Warrior Diet variation.

    The thing that I liked best about the warrior diet is it's meant so that you can be flexible with your diet any time any place. There are foods and a style that is recommended, but you don't have to be strict about it. You can make it your way.I read on the forum a long time ago of a few people who did the warrior diet and didn't lose any weight. I'm not sure if weight loss should be the goal, I guess that is an individual thing. But if weight loss is desired, I thought of a VERY easy and simple way to do it. The way I did it before was to have 2 meals. Meal 1 (lunch) consisted only of fruit. Meal 2 (dinner) consisted of meat and vegetables. I'd include starchy foods or more fruit with meal 2 if I had the room, which was rare. I'd vary the fat content depending on how I felt. So some days I'd have real lean cuts or even egg whites, while other days I'd have a HUGE steak. Eliminating all "extra" oils such as cheese and different cooking oils made all the difference. This style worked for cutting, as long as I didn't cheat too much on the days I'd cut myself some slack.However, I recently thought of a better example that'd be more precise for if someone wanted to be more specific about things. This style was more so inspired by a fruitarian book that I read. Keep it simple. So with this it's similar, but with meal 1 you'd chose only 1 type of fruit for that meal so you can be more precise about what you are doing and keep it simple. Go with citrus fruits such as oranges and grapefruits (I actually used to eat these a lot). Have fun overeating on citrus fruits at lunch time, because it isn't going to happen. They are way too satisfying and extremely low in calories for their volume. Then lots of luck being too hungry at dinner time because it isn't going to happen.Other fruits with such a plan would also be optional. But the main idea is to keep it simple so that you have more control over the situation. It's the same concept as how I used to switch my meats at dinner time.Anyways, I don't like strict diets that lack variety. I like flexibility. But when cutting, it's a lot easier to keep things relatively the same for a while when you really want it and are motivated. That way you know where you are and can make necessary changes as necessary and with ease. This totally beats doing one of those very strict diets where you're tracking every last calorie. Such isn't necessary.During maintenance you'd obviously be more flexible. Allow more variety with everything. And allow foods you wouldn't eat while cutting such as cheese, oils, etc..Anyways, I just wanted to share.Enjoy folks.

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    You may have read some of my posts about the WD. I did lose significant weight ..which I believe was mostly BF. WD exceeded all my expectations and I am quite pleased with WD when combined my strength and condx. My upper body is alot more clearly defined. But I am still waiting for a six pac of abs to happen. However, my trousers are significantly looser..from a 38in to comfortable 34in. For me the big deal about WD is the sense that I have beat the habit of uncontrolled binge eating...at least to a very great extent. I still do make bad choices at times but ALLWAYS bounce back ASAP. The key is being in controll and ditching all guilt when I err...good to hear of your success...Dennis
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    ad5ly,
    That's the wonders of it. There should be no guilt at all about anything you eat. Ever. I could go on and on about this. But the main gist of it goes back to what Ori discussed about a warrior being able to adapt his style no matter where he was or what situation he was in. In other words, you eat what you want when you want and you have what's available depending on where you are, and you make it work for you no matter what. That's the difference between people who maintain full control over their weight and people who get owned by the food.

    Of course with that in mind, with a good understanding of food, we have the ability to make better choices as often as we can, to pick the best foods available, to relax when we can, and to take a break when necessary. This also gives us the ability to really make the effort to push forward and show improvements when we really want to.

    And that's what I think it really all boils down to with getting that six pack. Providing we exercise regularly and stay strong, every bit of fat lost is another step in the right direction. And the only way to do that is to drop the calories once in a while and hopefully make it comfortable in the process by consuming foods that are high in volume/satisfaction/weight and low in calories.

    For me now that I'm reasonably lean, I actually lack the motivation at times to push forward, because I am happy with where I'm at. I've achieved the six pack earlier this year. And honestly, it just takes getting the right pose on a good day to see it well. I wish I could get it to show all the time without that, but with my genetics (a lot of belly fat) I think I'd have to get down to a much lighter weight for that to happen. I probably have both a lot more fat and water than I need.

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    One of the weird things I have noticed with the WD is that I don't really drop in weight that much, however, I lose centimeters across the waist all the time I am doing it.

    I focus on fatty steaks usually during my evening meal. People are shocked to find out I am eating 150+ g of fat everyday (also a significant number of saturated fats) and I am getting leaner, feeling healthier than ever.

    I am not afraid of getting any kind of cardiovascular disease because there are no studies that prove fat (saturated fat) are bad for you. Well, there are lots of observational studies, but the only thing they prove is that toilet paper works better. Hehe.

    (I am not a qualified nutritional expert so take it with a grain of salt)
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    Justify your workouts. Finding plenty of a chance to get to the gym can be very challenging. However a 1/2 time exercise is only 2% of your day (assuming 24 time days).

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