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    milkvolcano Guest

    Default Warrior diet success stories and tips (humilispuer)

    This post is for all those who have had success on the warrior diet, one in particular is humilispuer. I was wondering what an average day looked like for you on the warrior diet, meaning what did you eat and how did you mix the two diets? What kind of workout did you follow? What kind of variation did the paleo diet offer and where can i go to research it? Any information provided by anyone who has also had success on the WD would be greatly appreciated. I am obviously looking for a way to increase muscle size, strength and all that jazz while cutting fat as much as possible. Thanks again.

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    Com. Rekx is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Warrior diet success stories and tips (humilispuer)

    Hey there,
    Well, I have been on the WD for about a month and a half. I haven't gotten on a scale yet but I have gone down 2 belt holes, so I know I'm doing something right. I have gotten amazingly stronger. I have gone from doing about 60 1 pood swings in a 20 min workout to 200 1.5 pood swings in 23 min.
    This is the only diet I have really been able to stick with and can see myself following indefinately. I take some multivitamins and grape seed extract in the morning, then drink a big bottle of water. I usually have some coffee or diet coke during the day. Then I don't really eat anything untill dinner. I usually work out before dinner. I eat like a king at dinner. Two or three glasses of wine, and whatever I want for dinner.
    That's pretty much it. Hope that helps.
    -Rekx

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    humilispuer is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Warrior diet success stories and tips (humilispuer)

    An average day.. Hmm... I try to include as much variation as possible.. Yesterday:

    Woke up at 6
    1 gram ester c
    1 cup green tea
    went through the majority of the day without eating
    about 3
    large handfull of almonds
    6:30
    large salad with olive oil
    7:30 1 lb ground buffalo with around 2.5 pounds of steamed veggies
    *My intake of food varies greatly. I may eat .5 lb of flounder or 3 pounds of pork. Medium salad or GIGANTIC salad. Small amount of veggies or enough to feed a whole family. Also, my food intake during the day varies. At times I may eat nothing at all during the day. Other times I will consume a good deal of nuts. Other times a few cans of sardines. Lastly; every once in a while I eat low fat and high carb (I.E., white fish with veggies followed by 5-6 sweet potatoes), just to mix things up.

    I follow the WOD at www.crossfit.com. I normally wake up at 5 a.m. and workout before school - this is a rest week for me though.

    The paleo diet offers an endless variety of natural food. All meats (fowl, beef, pork, lamb, all fish, etc), eggs, all veggies (with the exceptions of tubers and a few other starchy veggies), all fruits. Obviously you could mix and match and get a great deal of variety. An awesome site to check out is www.paleodiet.com - that will keep you busy for a while.

    If you have anymore questions - shoot them my way

    -Jonathon

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    shane treichel is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: Warrior diet success stories and tips (humilispuer)

    The thing I'm having trouble with is I like to have time alone with each of my three kids so I take each one out to lunch once every two weeks.Any sugestions besides watching them eat.

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    milkvolcano Guest

    Default Re: Warrior diet success stories and tips (humilispuer)

    What is wod and where can i find it on the website? Why ester c? Anything else that you can think to tell me would be great. Thanks a lot for your help.

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    Steve Freides is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Warrior diet success stories and tips (humilispuer)

    Eat lunch with them - it's no big deal to have lunch once in a while. My wife and I used to go out for lunch every Wednesday and just did the WD otherwise, and we still go out to breakfast/lunch/brunch once in a while. This sort of thing is really fine and you don't need to worry about it.

    If you feel like you don't really want to eat, then just don't, or have a cup of coffee while they eat. I took my kids out to the local Wendy's yesterday - school vacation this week, their request, they brought along several friends - and just stopped on the way and picked up a decent-sized cup of good coffee and drank that while they ate their lunch. Worked out just fine, says me. Bringing a bottle of water along is another way to have something to do if you don't feel like eating.

    -S-

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    Default You could eat

    Maybe a hamburger, onion rings, a big strawberry milk shake, that kind of thing.

    Garm, left leg's lean mass greater than the entire BW of any other responder in this thread.

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    Default No post workout nutrition?

    You work out in the morning and don't eat anything afterwards? Did you adapt to this over time or was it never a problem? If I exercise in the morning I get hungry real fast.

    -tom

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    Default Re: You could eat

    Garm,

    You should be damn proud! So 600 pounds at 75% bodyfat means you're only carrying around 450 pounds of fat - congratulations!

    -Jonathon

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    Default Re: You could eat

    Must be a chocolate milkshake - no one ever got huge eating strawberry *anything*.

    -S-

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