Hey Max, thank you for your respond
Ya like I said .. I'm pretty skinny .. but I really want to gain in some muscles .. 30lbs would be really great so that's my goal for now
so primrose oil is good?
Honestly, I do not know much about it. I googled it and found many articles concerning its effects. It is a natural herb, high in Omega-6. You'll want to start adding Omega-3s into your diet for balance e.g. cod-liver oil, hemp oil, coconut oil, olive oil, flax-seed oil, etc. Doing so will improve your overall health.
5-HTP I'll be taking it for a week only, because I was really stressed out lately and I heard it helps, but you can't take it for longer period of time. It's 4th day of this one, so I'll put it away in 3 days.
If you're stressed, try chamomile tea, a muscle-tonic which is also anti-estrogenic.
I thought I read about lecithin in the Warrior Diet book, it said that you can take it, but I don't remember exactly what it was about, have to look for it again. I didn't know what to take before workout, so I thought lecithin, I kind a feel more energetic when I take it right before the workout.
I don't have the book with me right now--I'm at work--but lecithin is the name comprised of fatty acids. Soy Lecithin derived from soy oil … Soy is estrogenic. Stay away from it, my friend.
I used to work out with the Spartan workout DVD few months ago(for few days haha), then I stopped until few weeks ago I came across Warrior Diet book, after I bought it and read a little, it sounded like the right diet.
Why does it sound like the right diet for you? Please explain so I may help.
So I started doing the Spartan routine again and now trying to figure out Warrior Diet. Spartan workout has 3 levels, I do the basic level now, to get my body ready for more. So there's: chin ups, push ups, full squats, normal sit ups, bodyweight rows, dive through, sumo squats, twist crunches, sprinter lunge, squat thrust. Each exercise 30 reps.
Is this Steve Maxwell's routine? He is very knowledgeable. However, if you're looking to put some serious muscle and meat onto your body, you have to stimulate muscle growth with more than just your own body weight. Maxwell would say the same thing ;-)
So before bed peanut butter and oatmeal and honey mix
It's delicious. Sprinkle some fruit in there if you'd like and top it with cinnamon.
but otherwise does it look like good plan? I mean the times, 19 hours of undereating, 5 hours eating + rest. I am really determined to follow the diet and workout at least 5 days a week. In the undereating phase I ate berries as well, as Ori suggest in the book.
The Warrior Diet is effective for anyone willing to lose body fat and gain muscle. I strongly suggest, Pilot, that you begin a weight lifting program. If you are serious about gaining muscle mass, then you need to stimulate new muscle growth by systematically stressing/tearing the muscle fibres and rebuilding new muscle cells with plenty of nutrition. If you have questions, message me. - Max