Warrior Diet Archive
For those of you not familiar, the 80/20 principle–also known as the Pareto Principle–suggests that for many situations, 80% of the effects are a result of 20% of the causes. This rule has many applications, and a common example comes from the business world: 80% of your sales come from 20% of your clients. As
I have officially completed my goal of one full month on the Warrior Diet–and the results were beyond what I expected.
Week Three Thoughts After three weeks, this “diet” really no longer feels like a diet. Following the Warrior Diet has been incredibly easy. Throughout the course of the day, I no longer feel hungry, and most days this week, I hardly ate anything before my first feast meal in the evening. As I write this
Throughout our entire lives we have been programmed to believe hunger is a bad thing. Three meals a day or bust! And if you are in the business of building muscle and/or burning fat, you are more likely to practice the 4-6 meal a day trend. But why? Who determined that three meals a day
I have officially completed one week of the Warrior Diet. As mentioned by others who have tried this nutrition plan, the first four days were hard. On day 1 I had a headache by early afternoon, and day 2 I felt a bit light headed. Hunger pangs were pretty intense, and I had to battle the
As I talked about here in my first post about the Warrior Diet, there are a number of supposed benefits to this style of Intermittent Fasting. In this post, I am going to talk a bit about my own goals and motivations in using the Warrior Diet, as well as include a meal plan that I intend
With a thousand different fad diets available to us (and shoved in our faces every day), along with an endless amount of supplements, it is increasingly difficult to determine which hold merit, which are effective, and which are the most suitable for our individual needs. With Low Carb vs. Low Fat, Paleo vs. Vegan, and