So I came across Martin Berkhan's Leangains blog a few weeks ago and decided to give it a try as I'm trying to get back to -81kg for judo due to recent forays at -90s have been less successful and I want to be at -81s when I get my dan grade (currently 1st kyu). Basically the plan runs as fasting for 16 hours, including through the night and eating your macros in an 8 hour window, which for me is typically between 1-9pm. It's not magic, you still need to control your calorie intake, however I've found that after the first 2 days I'm never hungry and can comfortably eat below maintenance whilst still having filling meals. I should note that I haven't been able to exercise either as I'm out with bruised ribs so can't comment on lifting stats just yet. I'm 2 weeks into the diet just now and have been keeping to about 1800 calories per day (2300 maintenance). My weight fluctuated a bit in the first week as I guess I was losing water and glycogen, but after some refeeds it has stabilised. Starting stats 6ft 2, 84kg (184.8lb), 34.5" waist, 15% body fat*. 2 weeks in 82.9kg (182.4lb), 34" waist, 13.8% body fat*. * measured using online formula so not totally accurate. Just wanted to know if anyone else has tried this protocol and to let others know about it.