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on October 13, 2011
Like others whom have indicated they were really looking forward to this book, it is very underwhelming. Even though he is talking about a specific subject (intermitent fasting and working the type 2a and 2b fibers) it seems he always leaves more unanswered than he expalains. I was first and foremost hoping to get my additional Warrior Diet questions answered but there is no additional information and some is contradictory as well. If you have the Warrior Diet save your money. His workout advice is sound in that he is really advocating strength training as being superior to the typical aerobic training people do but his few suggestions were a joke. He should really be advocationg circuit training. Ori really dropped the ball here and disappointed his followers.
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on October 12, 2011
After eagerly awaiting the release of this book I was completely disappointed once I read it. I have read all of Ori's books and this is probably the worst. There are so many contradictions that I felt it was just "slapped" together from the author's random thoughts. His suggestion of a mythical and yet undiscovered super muscle fibre is completely unsubstantiated and should be reserved to science fiction novels.

His suggestions of running up and down stairs backwards and also running on a treadmill with a weight above head is very underwhelming and weak to say the least. Any serious fitness enthusiast can think of better drills than this!
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