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10-14-11, 10:24 AM #1
I started going to the gym in May, 2011. I weighed 262 lbs, I could not run at all, I couldn't do pull ups or crunches or situps...
Today I can run for miles and miles. I can run the 1.5 mile timed run in under 12 minutes. I can do crunches and situps over and over. (I still can't do pull ups, but i'm working on that)
I currently weigh 220 lbs. That is a 42 lb loss of weight. However, I have been stuck at 220 lbs exactly for almost 3 months.
I talked to a former Marine who is now a Police Officer, and he suggested to me the "Warrior Diet"
It would be a shock to my system, and it could help me lose the rest of this belly fat that I have.
My question for you all today is have you ever heard of the "Warrior Diet" and if so, what do you think about it?
10-14-11, 11:05 AM #2
10-14-11, 01:18 PM #3
That is the best lifestyle change ever. I did it and it drastically increased my put out in the gym. I would recommend kettlebells also. Kettlebells and the Warrior Diet go hand in hand.
10-14-11, 01:45 PM #4
10-14-11, 02:07 PM #5
Well, when I was a warrior we always drank plenty of beer, matter of fact I still do. Beer keeps that keen edge of the Warrior sharp.
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10-14-11, 03:18 PM #6
Unofficial Warrior diet
Live off the land
Whatever you can find-trap-borrow
Plenty of natural water
Seriously previously posted link should be the real answer for you
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