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Intermittent Fasting – Introduction and Variants

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Joachim 2009, during experiments with amino acid pulse fast.

Joachim 2008, during experiments with amino acid pulse fast and workout nutrition.

My first contact with “Intermittent Fasting” was back in 1998 when I ran the Internet-magazine Ironmag L.L.C and we wrote about The Animal Diet (a.k.a. Animalbolics). The concept of Animalbolics was later copied by Ori Hofmekler and his Warrior Diet and a couple of years later other variants surfaced such as Dr. James Johnson’s The Alternate-Day Diet and Martin Berkhan’s Lean Gains – and in recent years we’ve seen Brad Pilon’s Eat Stop Eat and Fat Loss Forever by Dan Go and John Romaniello.

In 2009 I published a short article about Intermittent Fasting and how to use your pre- and post-workout nutrition to your advantage. In 2013 I updated the article and published it through MM Sports and Body Science Magazine. The update included strategies how to include amino acid pulses throughout the day.
A few days ago I published a new, extended and updated article about Intermittent Fasting over at The Classic Muscle Newsletter. The first part is free for non-subscribers and covers all the important basics, such as the actual net fasting state and the importance of understanding your innate circadian clock.
There’s also a teaser from part 2, where you’ll learn the three most popular fasting influenced protocols I use among my competing clients! Don’t miss this!

Intermittent Fasting Variants – Part 1 (Free!)

Intermittent Fasting Variants – Part 2 (Free Teaser!)

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