Really, how is it? Are you jumping around from program to program? Are you trying to find the way to activate the most stabilizer muscles instead of focusing on getting stronger for reps? Are you worried if what you're doing is "primitive" or what our "ancestors" would do in a "natural" environment, never mind that … Continue reading How’s Your Training Going?
Received this comment last week from Michael Fedorsky: The lipid hypothesis is completely valid. Once something reaches the statud (sic) of a theory it has enormous evidence. Cholesterol is a major contributor to cornary (sic) artery disease. The studies are clear on PubMed. You should never have anymore than about seven eggs per week, if … Continue reading Eggs And Cholesterol: A Tale Of Two Countries
So I'm sure you're aware of the PaleoFX seminar that's coming down next week here in Austin. If you're unable to make it to that life-changing event, you might find yourself in a state of disarray, prompting a number of thoughts including: "What in my life is worth attending if not for PaleoFX?" "How did … Continue reading Efficient Exercise Workshop: Leveraging Technology For Ancestral Wellness
“I have to admit that, objectively, my paleo way is a little more than an absorbing hobby.” That's a quote from Keith Thomas in an interview over at Conditioning Research. I think to a certain sense this is true; in fact I think most of the health and fitness pursuits that we engage in add … Continue reading The Selfish Pursuit