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Thread: Warrior Diet revisited

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    ad5ly is offline Senior Member
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    Default Warrior Diet revisited

    Am doing WD once again. Into3rd week and doing quite well with it. One major change I have made to WD is that my undereating phase is now a NO EATING PHASE. That's right - no food at all. Zero calories, Template is 20/4...Combined with a walking/jogging and kb swings the fat is shedding at a steady clip. I got this idea from fledgefitness.com. The other way with an undereating phase only serves to allow you to make mistakes. With NO EATING its simple because you don't make any decision at all and presto-- no mistakes. And the fat dropping fast...Dennis
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    Congratulations Dennis. Please keep posted on your progress.

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    ad5ly is offline Senior Member
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    Its been about 6-7 weeks on WD. No eating in the UEP is a game changer for me. Not only have I dropped 17lbs but also I appear to look significantly fitter and leaner in an athletic way as opposed to someone who has just gone a "diet" and lost weight. Skinny-fat is what I think that means. I will say that I am also doing Pttp and kettlebell swings 5 days a week. Lastly I will say that I so earnestly want to see a "six-pack" on my bod at least once before I die. I know its there - I just never seen it in all my 63 years. Perhaps then I can pose nude for aspiring women artists at the local college....If only....Dennis

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    Congratulations, and keep it going.

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