If you want to look like Ori Hofmekler, then by all means use the “Warrior Diet.” But some people don’t like looking like a refugee from a concentration camp.
Some people can appear thin but actually be quite strong. You remember that kid in Gym class right? The one who could do all the Push-ups and hoist a great deal of weight, but was rail thin.
Well…that’s not Ori!
In all fairness, I would say that Ori, while looking like he never touched a weight in his life, is actually weaker than he appears to be!
I had the misfortune of purchasing one of Ori’s training tapes. When I saw his arms shaking Benching 135 pounds for a few reps I knew I was looking at the wrong training and nutritional program.
But of course it all comes down to goals. If you want to train with baby weights and look like you could be beaten up by the Pee Wee Herman…then by all means go with Ori Hofmekler’s programs.
(This was sort of mean huh? But, so is charging people for crap programs)
Huh? I wasn’t refering to his training program but the diet itself. Hey, it works for me. It works for Mike Mahler.
Whoever posted the original question, if you want to bench 315 for reps, squat 365 ass to grass for reps and press 250+ overhead like me, do the diet. If instead you want to struggle to bench over 2 plates, constantly have people ask “Do you work out?” followed by “Oh…really???” and look like a smooth version of Tobey MCGuire (all refering to Zeb), then don’t do the diet.[/quote]
Yes, I’m aware that you were talking about his diet. However, I wanted to also comment on his training program as well.
I was expanding on the question…
You see this is a message board and people do that sort of thing.