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Warrior for a Week

This past week I decided to experimentally undertake the warrior diet. For those who haven’t heard of it, it’s basically an intermittent-fasting style diet. You choose a 4 hour period in which you can eat whatever you like, known as the ‘overeating period’. 555 more words


Eating Tricks That Will Prolong Life

Carb fuel certainly supports short term performance, however it’s worth training your body to perform while on fat fuel as well. The reason why people cannot tolerate low carb diet is because their bodies have not been trained to do that. 85 more words


Ori Hofmekler: The Warrior Diet, Intermittent Fasting, and How to Be a Bona Fide Renaissance Man

Interview by Abel James (Fat-Burning Man)

Ori Hofmekler is a fellow renaissance man; not only is he a world renowned artist, but he is also the author of the ground breaking  75 more words


Muscle Rejuvenation Vs. Muscle Buildup

You Need to Decide What’s Your Main Goal…
Getting Your Muscle Big or Keeping Your Muscle Young?
Apparently You Can’t Have Both.

If you follow conventional fitness guidelines- train hard and eat many protein meals throughout the day- good chance you’ll gain muscle size and strength. 85 more words


Pre-Workout Nutrition

How to Maximize (or Jeopardize) Your chance to Burn Fat and Improve
(The truth is the opposite of what you were told)

I’d like to put the record straight regarding pre-workout nutrition. 150 more words


Can You Stop Physical Aging?

Intermittent fasting (from morning to evening not including post exercise recovery meal) can be done in three ways: fasting, undereating or pulse feeding

  • Fasting – If you choose to fast you can do water fating or vegetable juice fasting (have one up to a few vegetable juices daily).
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Issues of Leaning Down Phase of Bodybuilding

Issues of Leaning Down Phase of Bodybuilding.

I would say that the “leaning down” phase of bodybuilding (which is typically limited to several weeks at a time) is actually a healthy regimen involving calorie restriction and energy depletion. 8 more words