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Running On The Moon

February 27, 2012
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Way back in August, I was contacted by Outside PR about getting a chance to run on a really cool treadmill called an Anti-Gravity Treadmill. These cool machines are made by a company called Alter-G. The offer couldn’t have come at a better time because at that time I was trying to run through some [...]

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A Sad Day For Muscle Heads

June 2, 2011
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A long time ago, I wrote a post about how it’s easy, especially for beginning exercisers and dieters, to “out eat your exercise plan.” In that article, I stated that people new to this healthy lifestyle should replace the calories that they burn during exercise with an equal amount of healthy calories as long as [...]

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More Bull On The Grass Vs. Grain Controversy

March 30, 2011
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A While back, I wrote a very long post on some of the differences between grass-fed beef and grain fed beef. In that post, not only did I say I wouldn’t be going paleo on you guys ( I guess I lied), but I made it pretty clear that I thought grass-fed was a healthier [...]

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The Problems With Primal Fitness

November 17, 2010
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JD and I were having breakfast the other day and the conversation turned towards the term, “chronic cardio.” Mark Sisson defines the term best: A consistent schedule of frequent medium-to-high-intensity (75% of maximum or higher [heart rate]) sustained workouts [that] can overstress the body and lead to negative consequences. Sisson’s book, The Primal Blueprint, basically [...]

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Exercise With Your Brain In Mind

October 29, 2010
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Did you know that people who work out AND go to the library are smarter than people who just go to the library? That claim really got my attention as I was thumbing through the latest issue of Get Active, the publication of Anytime Fitness. The article, written by Daniel G. Amen, MD, summarizes the [...]

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