Get Potent and Powerful—
When You Unleash the Power of Instinctual Eating
The Warrior Diet presents a brilliant synthesis of modern scientific research and ancient time-tested secrets for reducing body fat, gaining energy, getting stronger and looking younger.
Our problem, according to Ori Hofmekler, is that we have lost touch with the natural wisdom of our instinctual drives. We have become the slaves of our own creature comforts. The result: ill-advised eating and lifestyle habits that leave us vulnerable to all manner of disease—not to mention unwanted flab, premature wrinkling and a sagging, weak, unattractive body. The first step is to break the chains of our current eating habits. The Warrior Diet proves that humans are at their energetic, physical, mental and passionate best when they "undereat" during the day and "overeat" at night. Once you master this essential eating cycle, a new life of explosive vigor, good looks and vitality will be yours for the taking.
Not just a diet, but a whole way of life, The Warrior Diet encourages us to seize back the pleasures of being alive—from the most refined to the wild and raw. The Warrior Diet is practical, tested, and based in commonsense. Expect results!
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Ori Hofmekler is a modern Renaissance man whose life has been driven by two passions: art and sports. Hofmekler’s formative experience as a young man with the Israeli Special Forces, prompted a lifetime’s interest in diets and fitness regimes that would optimize his physical and mental performance.
After the army, Ori attended the Bezalel Academy of Art and the Hebrew University, where he studied art and philosophy and received a degree in Human Sciences.
A world-renowned painter, best known for his controversial political satire, Ori’s work has been featured in magazines worldwide, including Time, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, People, The New Republic as well as Penthouse where he was a monthly columnist for 17 years and Health Editor from 1998–2000. Ori has published two books of political art, Hofmekler’s People, and Hofmekler’s Gallery.
As founder, Editor-In-Chief, and Publisher of Mind & Muscle Power, a national men’s health and fitness magazine, Ori introduced his Warrior Diet to the public in a monthly column—to immediate acclaim from readers and professionals in the health industry alike.From Library Journal :
For the Greco-Roman soldier wannabe, this modified fasting program from a former member of the Israeli Special Forces is similar to weight builders' "animalbolics" diet. Forget calorie counting. Instead, Hofmekler suggests that we return to our bodies' instinctive eating style, "undereating" during the day and "overeating" at night. He recommends eating a daily main meal in the evening, with no caloric restrictions (light snacking on fresh fruits and vegetables is okay during the day, as is eating small amounts of lean protein). According to the author, this burns fat, builds muscles, accelerates metabolism, and slows aging. Short, intense strength and aerobic exercises (illustrated) are also part of the "warrior training," along with pre-and post-workout meals. Alluring though the "warrior" image may be, it seems unrealistic to expect most men especially the 40-plus who would most benefit to stick with this plan for a lifetime.
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Description du livre Dragon Door Publications, 2003. Paperback. État : New. Never used!. N° de réf. du libraire P110938045482
Description du livre Dragon Door Publications, 2003. Paperback. État : New. Brand New!. N° de réf. du libraire VIB0938045482
Description du livre Dragon Door Pubn, 2003. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire M0938045482