As you know I am not a Paleo fanatic, but I am happy when something I like anyway just happens to be Paleo and tasty at the same time. I also know that if you read books by Tim Ferriss, Rich Roll, and Loren Cordain, they advocate eating some of the same things every day … More Eating the Same Paleo Lunch Every Day…With Constant Variation?
Even though I am not a chef, I am looking forward to reading Tim Ferriss’ upcoming book The Four-Hour Chef on my Kindle for Windows Phone. As you know, I enjoyed his previous book, The Four Hour Body. His perspectives on fitness, nutrition, kettlebells, ice baths, and Crossfit Endurance were well-written and spot on with … More Looking Forward to Tim Ferriss’ The Four-Hour Chef
Today my project is rebuilding all the storage in my garage. How boring. So while eating an awesome “accidentally paleo” lunch of ground turkey, onions, and collard greens from my Purple Dragon CSA box, I took a look at the Battle of the Paddle, which I guess is like the Head of the Charles of … More Check out the Battle of the Paddle
Every so often I search the Windows Phone app marketplace for terms such as Crossfit, paleo, and rowing to see what’s out there. I discovered a suite of apps from SK Todd for Windows Phone that give you randomized paleo food choices based on Robb Wolf’s guidance. I am not a strict paleo guy, but … More Interesting, simple paleo food apps for Windows Phone
Over the holidays I read The Four Hour Body by Tim Ferriss and The Paleo Diet for Athletes by Loren Cordain. Here’s some impressions, some common themes, and some inconsistencies. I’ve been slowly trying to navigate the various philosophies and nutritional advice that in some way intersect with the CrossFit movement, and these two books … More Perspectives on The Four Hour Body and The Paleo Diet for Athletes
So I started reading The Four Hour Body by Tim Ferriss, largely because I was interested in Brian MacKenzie’s participation in it. The verdict is still out – he is an iconoclast for sure, he may be a complete nutter, or he may be on to something (or a combination of the three). I’m keeping … More Started reading “The Four Hour Body” by Tim Ferriss
OK this is an off-topic post, but given that Blizzard of Ozz was the first cassette tape I ever bought with my own money back in the 80’s, I had to re-post it: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/genetic-mutations-ozzy-osbourne-party-hard/story?id=12032552 I won’t ask for my body to resemble his in 20 years, but may it be as resilient! Does make you … More Ozzy gives a new meaning to “stone age body”