The Eternal Warrior Plan is pretty awesome. You could probably skip the V-Diet’s recommended brisk daily walks, though walking more is never really a bad idea and shouldn’t interfere with anything. Your calorie burn will be high on the Eternal Warrior Plan, so keep that mind and make weekly adjustments as needed.
The plan is pretty intense, so here’s something to play around with: ingest 75% of your Surge Workout Fuel before beginning the workout, then spread the rest out. I’ve found that although this isn’t exactly what the directions say, for intense workouts I get even better results consuming most of my Surge pre-workout. I then mix the last 25% with water and sip that during training and whatever is left after training. Just a tweak to play around with. Might be especially helpful if your healthy solid meal of the day is on the lower-carb side.
Weighed in at 169 today, so lost 5 lbs in 2 weeks. I’m really happy with the progress!
This week was the last week in the Eternal Warrior Program and the plan was to switch to a Lift Specific structured program while in a slight calorie surplus.
So I’m going to still follow the setup of the Velocity Diet but add in some extra serving of Surge Workout Fuel during the training to be in a slight surplus.
I know I’m not finishing the whole 28 days but I had this setup planed before the diet so I’m going to go with it knowing that the weight is gonna increase but hoping with Velocity it’ll be mostly lean muscle mass with only a slight increase in fat.
Monday - Lower Body
Tuesday - Upper Body Push
Wednesday - Off
Thursday - Pull
Friday - Off
Saturday - Barbarian Day
Sunday - Off
A workout will start with a Preparation warmup of body weight exercises and Explosive work. The first exercise is done for strength with rest between sets.
The second section of the workout exercises are the same muscle group done with 3 weight lifting exercises in a giant set with your rest time spent on cardio equipment.
The third section is 3 cardio exercises done in a giant set with your rest time spent on cardio equipment.
I also workout in a garage gym and this is one of my favorite programs I’ve purchased from Thibarmy. I would lose focus with rest time and this program keeps you going plus with the farmers walk and sled drags on the Barbarian Day it gets you out of the garage doing hard but fun exercises.
The only equipment I had to purchase was a
shoulderok (wished I bought it long ago) and I made my own drag sled. I already had a weighted vest and so that’s something else you might need if you have all the basics of a garage gym. For the cardio part I had an Airdyne and rower but that can be substituted with anything that keeps the HR elevated.
Thanks for the reply. Sounds like an awesome program. I’m interested in the longevity aspect and I think I’d be able to do it with what I have if I bought a shoulderok and made my own sled. I already have a weight vest as well.
Good observation. Some excel with a plan (preferably from someone else who’s a trusted source of info) and some do much better doing their own thing, usually putting together several ideas. I think it’s based on personality and individual motivators. Both have their drawbacks and both can be wildly successful. Always good to know which works best for you.