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Warrior diet : switch on your biological powerhouse for high energy, explosive strength, and a leaner, harder body, Ori Hofmeckler, (electronic resource)

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Warrior diet : switch on your biological powerhouse for high energy, explosive strength, and a leaner, harder body
Title
Warrior diet
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switch on your biological powerhouse for high energy, explosive strength, and a leaner, harder body
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Ori Hofmeckler
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eng
Summary
Along with the many benefits of leisure-class living comes obesity and its attendant ailments. In The Warrior Diet, Ori Hofmekler looks not forward but backward for a solution-to the primal habits of early cultures such as nomads and hunter-gatherers, the Greeks, and the Romans. Based on survival science, this book proposes not ordinary dietary changes but rather a radical yet surprisingly simple lifestyle overhaul. Drawing on both scientific studies and historical data, Hofmekler argues that robust health and a lean, strong body can best be achieved by mimicking the classical warrior mode of cycling --working and eating sparingly (undereating) during the day and filling up at night
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1952-
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Hofmekler, Ori
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613.2/5
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illustrations
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RA784
LC item number
.H575 2007eb
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Nutrition
  • Food habits
  • Circadian rhythms
  • Weight loss
  • Physical fitness
  • Recreation
  • HEALTH & FITNESS
  • HEALTH & FITNESS
  • HEALTH & FITNESS
  • MEDICAL
  • Circadian rhythms
  • Food habits
  • Nutrition
  • Physical fitness
  • Weight loss
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Contents
  • Some Practical Advice for Utilizing This Book
  • Warrior Diet Daily Food Cycle: What and When to Eat and Drink
  • 86
  • Chapter 7
  • Stubborn Fat
  • 91
  • What Is Stubborn Fat?
  • 91
  • What Causes Stubborn Fat?
  • 92
  • How to Prevent Stubborn Fat
  • xxxii
  • 94
  • How to Get Rid of Stubborn Fat
  • 96
  • Chapter 8
  • Warrior Diet Versus Other Diets
  • 101
  • Warrior Diet vs. the Frequent-Feeding System
  • 103
  • Reviews of Popular Diets
  • 103
  • Chapter 1
  • Group I
  • All-American (Junk Food) Diet
  • 104
  • Group II
  • High-Carbohydrate, Low-Fat, Low-Protein
  • 105
  • Group III
  • Zone (40/30/30)
  • 106
  • Group IV
  • Warrior Instinct
  • High-Protein, Low- or No-Carbohydrate
  • 107
  • Group V
  • Holistic Diets
  • 109
  • Chapter 9
  • Lessons from History
  • 113
  • Romans-An Empire of Wanderers
  • 114
  • 1
  • Greco-Roman Warrior Cycle
  • 116
  • Concept of Food and the Roman Diet
  • 118
  • Rules of Eating
  • 124
  • Sickness and Medicine
  • 126
  • Living Off the Land
  • 127
  • Instinct to Survive and Multiply
  • Conclusions for the Modern "Warrior"
  • 132
  • Chapter 10
  • Warrior Diet Idea
  • 137
  • Cycling the Warrior Diet
  • 137
  • Cycling the Autonomic Nervous System
  • 139
  • Instinct to Overeat
  • 1
  • 140
  • Glycogen Stretching
  • 142
  • How Much Body Fat Should You Have?
  • 143
  • Building Muscles Without Gaining Fat
  • 144
  • Insulin Insensitivity
  • 145
  • Sense of Freedom
  • Hunter/Predator Instinct
  • 145
  • Romantic Instinct
  • 147
  • Aggressive Instinct
  • 150
  • Myth of Eating Whole Foods Only
  • 150
  • Chemical and Environmental Toxins, and Other Stressors in Everyday Life
  • 151
  • Prostate Enlargement Problems
  • 2
  • 157
  • Chapter 11
  • Questions & Answers
  • 163
  • Chapter 12
  • Sex Drive, Potency, and Animal Magnetism
  • 171
  • Sex, Power, and Instincts
  • 171
  • Male Performance Factors
  • Scavenger Instinct
  • 174
  • Potency and Diet
  • 174
  • Overtraining vs. Your Sex Drive
  • 179
  • Warrior Diet-Instinctual Living and Potency
  • 180
  • Chapter 13
  • Women on the Warrior Diet
  • 183
  • Ancient Warriors vs. Modern Man
  • 5
  • Chapter 14
  • Warrior Workout: Controlled-Fatigue Training
  • 187
  • Lean 'n' Mean for a Lifetime
  • 188
  • Warrior Controlled-Fatigue Training Goals
  • 189
  • Controlled-Fatigue Training Principles
  • 189
  • Principle #1
  • Chapter 2
  • Make strength-training priorities: joints and back
  • 189
  • Principle #2
  • Combine strength, speed, and high-velocity exercise
  • 190
  • Principle #3
  • Train to resist fatigue
  • 194
  • Principle #4
  • Do not train to reach failure
  • Warrior Cycle
  • 196
  • Principle #5
  • Make your workout short
  • 198
  • Pre-Workout and Recovery Meals
  • 199
  • Exercise Program
  • 202
  • Exercise Manuals
  • 206
  • 9
  • Pre-Fatigue Exercise
  • 207
  • Post-Fatigue Exercise
  • 211
  • Core Exercise
  • 214
  • Laterals
  • 218
  • Supportive Manual Exercise (Abs, Back, Shoulders)
  • 222
  • Energetic Cycle
  • Workout and Diet
  • 235
  • Women Who Follow the Warrior Workout
  • 236
  • Chapter 15
  • Warrior Meals and Recipes
  • 239
  • Meats
  • 240
  • Eggs
  • 10
  • 242
  • Baked and Grilled Meals
  • 245
  • Soups
  • 247
  • Desserts
  • 248
  • Cycle of Materialism and Dematerialism
  • 10
  • Healing Process of the Cycle
  • 11
  • xxvii
  • All in the Timing-Finding Your Cycle
  • 12
  • Chapter 3
  • Undereating Phase
  • 13
  • Controlled Fasting
  • 14
  • Daily Detoxification (Elimination of Toxins, Burning Fat, Anti-Aging)
  • 19
  • Adaptation Period
  • One Meal A Day
  • 22
  • Chapter 4
  • What to Consume During the Undereating Phase
  • 25
  • "Living" Foods
  • 25
  • What To Drink
  • 26
  • What To Eat
  • 27
  • xxix
  • Protein
  • 28
  • Carbohydrates
  • 30
  • Enzymes
  • 31
  • Supplements for the Undereating Phase
  • 33
  • Protein Powders: A Review
  • 40
  • Warrior Diet Advantage
  • Chapter 5
  • Overeating Phase
  • 45
  • Overeating Principles
  • 45
  • Controlled Overeating
  • 46
  • Three Rules of Eating
  • 48
  • Chapter 6
  • xxx
  • Main Meal: Food Preparations for the Overeating Phase
  • 55
  • Importance of Choosing Fresh Foods
  • 55
  • Cooking Your Own Meals
  • 55
  • Protein
  • 60
  • Oils
  • 68
  • The "Stubborn Fat" Syndrome
  • Carbohydrates
  • 71
  • Fruits
  • 73
  • Grains
  • 74
  • Sweet Meals for a "Sweet Tooth"
  • 77
  • Fiber
  • 78
  • xxxi
  • Fermented Foods
  • 79
  • Acid-Base Balancing Factor
  • 81
  • Salt Restriction
  • 84
  • Most Allergenic Foods
  • 85
  • What Is Not Allowed on the Warrior Diet
  • 85
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2nd ed., rev. and expanded.
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1 online resource
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Isbn
9781556438509
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Media category
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Publisher number
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Stock number
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  • (OCoLC)827738763
Label
Warrior diet : switch on your biological powerhouse for high energy, explosive strength, and a leaner, harder body, Ori Hofmeckler, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-261) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Some Practical Advice for Utilizing This Book
  • Warrior Diet Daily Food Cycle: What and When to Eat and Drink
  • 86
  • Chapter 7
  • Stubborn Fat
  • 91
  • What Is Stubborn Fat?
  • 91
  • What Causes Stubborn Fat?
  • 92
  • How to Prevent Stubborn Fat
  • xxxii
  • 94
  • How to Get Rid of Stubborn Fat
  • 96
  • Chapter 8
  • Warrior Diet Versus Other Diets
  • 101
  • Warrior Diet vs. the Frequent-Feeding System
  • 103
  • Reviews of Popular Diets
  • 103
  • Chapter 1
  • Group I
  • All-American (Junk Food) Diet
  • 104
  • Group II
  • High-Carbohydrate, Low-Fat, Low-Protein
  • 105
  • Group III
  • Zone (40/30/30)
  • 106
  • Group IV
  • Warrior Instinct
  • High-Protein, Low- or No-Carbohydrate
  • 107
  • Group V
  • Holistic Diets
  • 109
  • Chapter 9
  • Lessons from History
  • 113
  • Romans-An Empire of Wanderers
  • 114
  • 1
  • Greco-Roman Warrior Cycle
  • 116
  • Concept of Food and the Roman Diet
  • 118
  • Rules of Eating
  • 124
  • Sickness and Medicine
  • 126
  • Living Off the Land
  • 127
  • Instinct to Survive and Multiply
  • Conclusions for the Modern "Warrior"
  • 132
  • Chapter 10
  • Warrior Diet Idea
  • 137
  • Cycling the Warrior Diet
  • 137
  • Cycling the Autonomic Nervous System
  • 139
  • Instinct to Overeat
  • 1
  • 140
  • Glycogen Stretching
  • 142
  • How Much Body Fat Should You Have?
  • 143
  • Building Muscles Without Gaining Fat
  • 144
  • Insulin Insensitivity
  • 145
  • Sense of Freedom
  • Hunter/Predator Instinct
  • 145
  • Romantic Instinct
  • 147
  • Aggressive Instinct
  • 150
  • Myth of Eating Whole Foods Only
  • 150
  • Chemical and Environmental Toxins, and Other Stressors in Everyday Life
  • 151
  • Prostate Enlargement Problems
  • 2
  • 157
  • Chapter 11
  • Questions & Answers
  • 163
  • Chapter 12
  • Sex Drive, Potency, and Animal Magnetism
  • 171
  • Sex, Power, and Instincts
  • 171
  • Male Performance Factors
  • Scavenger Instinct
  • 174
  • Potency and Diet
  • 174
  • Overtraining vs. Your Sex Drive
  • 179
  • Warrior Diet-Instinctual Living and Potency
  • 180
  • Chapter 13
  • Women on the Warrior Diet
  • 183
  • Ancient Warriors vs. Modern Man
  • 5
  • Chapter 14
  • Warrior Workout: Controlled-Fatigue Training
  • 187
  • Lean 'n' Mean for a Lifetime
  • 188
  • Warrior Controlled-Fatigue Training Goals
  • 189
  • Controlled-Fatigue Training Principles
  • 189
  • Principle #1
  • Chapter 2
  • Make strength-training priorities: joints and back
  • 189
  • Principle #2
  • Combine strength, speed, and high-velocity exercise
  • 190
  • Principle #3
  • Train to resist fatigue
  • 194
  • Principle #4
  • Do not train to reach failure
  • Warrior Cycle
  • 196
  • Principle #5
  • Make your workout short
  • 198
  • Pre-Workout and Recovery Meals
  • 199
  • Exercise Program
  • 202
  • Exercise Manuals
  • 206
  • 9
  • Pre-Fatigue Exercise
  • 207
  • Post-Fatigue Exercise
  • 211
  • Core Exercise
  • 214
  • Laterals
  • 218
  • Supportive Manual Exercise (Abs, Back, Shoulders)
  • 222
  • Energetic Cycle
  • Workout and Diet
  • 235
  • Women Who Follow the Warrior Workout
  • 236
  • Chapter 15
  • Warrior Meals and Recipes
  • 239
  • Meats
  • 240
  • Eggs
  • 10
  • 242
  • Baked and Grilled Meals
  • 245
  • Soups
  • 247
  • Desserts
  • 248
  • Cycle of Materialism and Dematerialism
  • 10
  • Healing Process of the Cycle
  • 11
  • xxvii
  • All in the Timing-Finding Your Cycle
  • 12
  • Chapter 3
  • Undereating Phase
  • 13
  • Controlled Fasting
  • 14
  • Daily Detoxification (Elimination of Toxins, Burning Fat, Anti-Aging)
  • 19
  • Adaptation Period
  • One Meal A Day
  • 22
  • Chapter 4
  • What to Consume During the Undereating Phase
  • 25
  • "Living" Foods
  • 25
  • What To Drink
  • 26
  • What To Eat
  • 27
  • xxix
  • Protein
  • 28
  • Carbohydrates
  • 30
  • Enzymes
  • 31
  • Supplements for the Undereating Phase
  • 33
  • Protein Powders: A Review
  • 40
  • Warrior Diet Advantage
  • Chapter 5
  • Overeating Phase
  • 45
  • Overeating Principles
  • 45
  • Controlled Overeating
  • 46
  • Three Rules of Eating
  • 48
  • Chapter 6
  • xxx
  • Main Meal: Food Preparations for the Overeating Phase
  • 55
  • Importance of Choosing Fresh Foods
  • 55
  • Cooking Your Own Meals
  • 55
  • Protein
  • 60
  • Oils
  • 68
  • The "Stubborn Fat" Syndrome
  • Carbohydrates
  • 71
  • Fruits
  • 73
  • Grains
  • 74
  • Sweet Meals for a "Sweet Tooth"
  • 77
  • Fiber
  • 78
  • xxxi
  • Fermented Foods
  • 79
  • Acid-Base Balancing Factor
  • 81
  • Salt Restriction
  • 84
  • Most Allergenic Foods
  • 85
  • What Is Not Allowed on the Warrior Diet
  • 85
Control code
ocn827738763
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed., rev. and expanded.
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781556438509
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Publisher number
EB00183466
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
D175B0F1-D44D-42D3-AE40-AB9CE99B3F74
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o827738763
  • (OCoLC)827738763

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