Categorized Under “ Athletic Performance”

Paleo is an IDEA, and not just for food

Guest post written by: Max Shank   I find it funny how everyone is always looking for the “perfect workout” the “perfect diet” or the “perfect job.” You find the same ideas in martial arts, “Gracie Jiu Jitsu is the best,” or “10th Planet is the best.” People get caught Read more…

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Put Your Shoulders On The Right Path

Guest post written by: Kate Galliett Make sure you’re heading the right direction before you put the pedal to the metal. If you excitedly drive off toward the horizon only to realize 100 miles down the road that you weren’t quite on the proper path, you’ll find yourself very off-course Read more…

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Health as a By-Product

Guest post written by: Andrew Bowers   I was thirteen or fourteen, looking like Captain America (prior to the super-soldier serum). It was my first year of high-school and my first year of weights class. The work was hard, and the gains were slow; looking back I think that’s how Read more…

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The Truth about Carbs

Using Evolution And Exercise Physiology To Customize Your Carb Intake

Guest post by: Nate Miyaki   Let’s say I am a mixed martial artist going through a 12-week training camp to prepare for a fight. What would happen if all I did were Ron-Burgundy-style body sculpting exercises, but never did any sparring or conditioning drills? I’d have an awesome moustache Read more…

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Go Down Swinging…

This post was written by Russ Blanck, a 56-year old police officer who adopted CrossFit and a Paleo lifestyle as a means to maximize his functional fitness.  CrossFit and Paleo have helped him achieve his goals.  He works and trains alongside officers 20 to 30 years younger than him.  As a certified Read more…

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The 6 Pillars of an Unbreakable Body

Guest post written by: Kate Galliett   If you’re not careful, you can get sucked into an abyss of information as you study the paleo diet, low-inflammation foods, primal living, carb-cycling, etc. There’s so many things to tinker with, but like a mighty oak tree standing tall in the harshest Read more…

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The LAST Blog Post You Ever Need To Read To Be Successful – (SERIOUSLY!)

Every day there’s a new blog post, podcast, book or expert telling you exactly what to eat (and/or not eat), when to eat, how to exercise (or not exercise), which supplements to take, how much you need to sleep… All you have to do is follow the protocol and you’ll Read more…

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Kate Galliett

How & Why To Make Your Feet Stronger

Guest post written by: Kate Galliet   Low-inflammation diet? Check. Plenty of good sleep? Check. A good probiotic & digestive enzyme source? Check. And so on down the checklist of ‘stuff you learned from sites like this one to help you gain health & reduce disease-risk.’ We have a similar Read more…

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My training at 42 (ish)

I’ve been tinkering with this post for a long time, apologies for the tardiness. I thought I was busy. Then we had a daughter. And I really thought I was busy. Then we got pregnant and had another daughter, and I’m no longer busy, I just never stop! Each year Read more…

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Building An Unbreakable Body

Guest post written by: Kate Galliet   At 21, my doc told me that the GERD I was experiencing (for which she’d Rx’d a lifetime of taking a pill for) was “just the way I am.” And then I found the paleo diet & lifestyle via Robb’s podcast. And “just Read more…

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