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Old 03-29-2007, 06:18 PM   #21
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Mike, I actually did a little skimming over the WD recently and realized how spot on Ori actually was to begin with. I don't recall the exact page #, but he mentions that sometimes he goes entire days with out any food at all, other days he'll eat 5-6 small meals, sometimes a little healthy snacking during the day, sometimes no snacking at all, just water. Sounds pretty Paleo/Devanyish if you ask me (in terms of variety w/fasting included). His recommendations for meal composition are incredibly accurate as well. "Eat for the next day" he says, which is so true. If you're gonna be doing a met-con tmr, you better start getting in some starch to fill glycogen. If you're going to be sedentary, stick with meat and veggies. The dude is pretty accurate.
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Old 03-29-2007, 07:02 PM   #22
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I'm claiming myself cool by the fact that I read tried and adopted the WD like 2+ years ago! That makes me really cool!!!

I even recommended it to Robb quite a while ago but I think he looked at me like I was from space, YOU'RE FROM SPACE!

Ok I'm over it now nothing to see here
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Old 03-29-2007, 08:09 PM   #23
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I'm claiming myself cool by the fact that I read tried and adopted the WD like 2+ years ago! That makes me really cool!!!
Actually Pierre....if you learned nothing from high school....cool is doing something when it is in....WD...so in today......not so cool 2 years ago......so you were/are not as cool as you think you are, in fact....doing the WD 2 years ago is on the same level as working out with the bean today.....crazy now...but in 2 years...who knew it really was that good!!

So do I like own the PM by takeover now that I have more posts than Robb or Greg? Can I at least get some sort of minor leauge disgruntled member status?
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Old 03-29-2007, 08:15 PM   #24
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BTW.....has anyone seen that there is actually a NEW version of the Warrior Diet....the 2nd edition 2007?? Also did anyone read his book maximum muscle, minimum fat? Supposedly it was the Warrior Diet on Nerd steriods....aka super technical and detailed...something that Robb would probably love to death.....I'm almost tempted to get the 2nd edition....if I already hadn't spent my weekly allowance on LL Cool J's book....

my bad...looks like the 2nd edition isn't shipping until Dec 07...maybe he needs that extra time to see on here what else he needs to add. Something tells me it will involve pwo nutrient timing...and maybe some pictures of Pierre...not sure yet...
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Old 03-31-2007, 08:02 AM   #25
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BTW.....has anyone seen that there is actually a NEW version of the Warrior Diet....the 2nd edition 2007?? Also did anyone read his book maximum muscle, minimum fat? Supposedly it was the Warrior Diet on Nerd steriods....aka super technical and detailed...something that Robb would probably love to death.....I'm almost tempted to get the 2nd edition....if I already hadn't spent my weekly allowance on LL Cool J's book....

my bad...looks like the 2nd edition isn't shipping until Dec 07...maybe he needs that extra time to see on here what else he needs to add. Something tells me it will involve pwo nutrient timing...and maybe some pictures of Pierre...not sure yet...
The max muscle book I think was pretty standard 6 meal/day stuff...I'll dig around the book store to see.
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Old 03-31-2007, 09:00 AM   #26
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I tried WD for a while--it was just fruit and veg and such during the day (maybe a little bit of protein) and then a huge huge meal at night. Or some people do the huge meal mid-day. It worked okay for a while, but when I was working out hard during the day it just gave me bad headaches and I was hungry all the time.
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Old 03-31-2007, 03:00 PM   #27
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Robb-

Actually, the Max Muscle/min fat book is on fasting. Lots of geek stuff, for sure - you'd love it. I'll let you borrow my copy if you want.

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Old 04-01-2007, 08:36 AM   #28
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Actually, the Max Muscle/min fat book is on fasting. Lots of geek stuff, for sure - you'd love it. I'll let you borrow my copy if you want.

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thanks Scotty! I'll order one from our local book store. gotta support the locals!
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Old 04-01-2007, 07:45 PM   #29
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Scotty,

Would you be willing to sell your copy? I'll even buy it if you read it in the bathroom and it's full of Scotty poop particles! tee hee!
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Old 04-01-2007, 08:06 PM   #30
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Actually, the Max Muscle/min fat book is on fasting. Lots of geek stuff, for sure - you'd love it. I'll let you borrow my copy if you want.
He talks about "minimal eating" for 20 hours which could be fasting....but he also mentions people may need small protein during the day if their goal is muscle gain...but I didn't see any numbers on what he considered "minimal".....
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