You need to be a little careful of too prescriptive a program like this if your workout timings don't line up with the authors.
Yep, that's one of the reasons I can't start this kind of diet. My training schedule is very altering. Some days I work out at 10AM, some days at 8PM. The average is somewhere around 4PM. Then there's the school. We exercise atleast something, or play something almost everyday for an hour or two, so it messes up my eating too. I have to eat at school, so I manage to even get to gym after or inbetween lessons. Right now we mostly have old-fashioned gymnastics like artistic gymnastics( in example bars, rings floor and pommel horses, you get the picture.), and that takes a lot of muscular activity, especially stability balance, lots of static work. I can't go low-carb during the day and eat more in evening, it's impossible right now. Not to mention I'm a poor student, so I can't even afford to eat as much as needed. I thought I'd buy some high carb supplement's to add on my diet, as I'm in the dire need of mass. I also take protein powder almost daily, planning to get it involved into daily basis.
For what I've read, Warrior diet needs some carefully planned schedules in nearly every single day. It's based very strictly on time and amount, which makes it too hard for me to execute.