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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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    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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    Over 60 days on IF. Weight lost around 24lbs. The Fat loss I really don't know, but I definitely see a much leaner me. A lot of fat from my face and butt is gone. My waist size has shrunk to the extend I need new belts to hold up my trousers. Probably need new trousers too...hehehe!! I FEEL great! Alert and full of energy. I get out of bed earlier around 5am and walk the dogs. Too be honest I do get hungry at times but am well capable of toughing it out. The hunger is very temporary and I know from experience that these sensations of hunger do go away. I also understand that the feeling of hunger is actually a good thing in that it places stress upon the body which then triggers hormonal realease which aids in fat loss. HGH is the ticket...Dennis
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    My weight loss has slowed up a bit, but I am still leaning out better than ever before. Have included Apple Cider Vinegar in my IF plan. Lost 27lbs thus far...Dennis

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    I don't know if all the claims of ACV are true (from the many internet sites) but I will say since I have included it with IF eating program, HUNGER is no longer an issue. 80+ days on IF and still making progress - slowly. Apple Cider Vinegar has made the hunger manageable and contributes significantly to success. Weight loss is slow but consistant from week to week. Mostly now only half a pound, maybe 1 or 1.5 pounds. But I can see a ghost of my abs beneath the surface. Patience is the keystone. Body fat is indeed being shedded as I speak!!...Dennis

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    Over 4 months in with IF. Fat loss is still happening. Weight loss has slowed, stalled and even had a weight gain/loss of several pounds back and forth. So if a number on the scale is most important for you, you will be frustrated doing this. Waist size now 34 inches. Down from 38 inches. Lifting weights and swinging kettlebells. Overall happy about results EXCEPT that my bench press strength has dropped considerably. Pull up numbers have gone higher though...Dennis

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    Almost six months now. Feel I have gained TOTAL control over eating outside my eating window (20 hrs). I eat healthy for the most part. No fast food. Alcohol restricted to Saturday - a KEY point for success. I fit into 32 inch trousers but still prefer 34 inch for more comfort. Six pack starting to become reality...I have never experienced this much fat loss in my entire life. And it gets easier each passing month...Dennis

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