Hi guys ! So I've heard about the Body By Science workout, but I wondered if somebody here did it at home with bodyweight exercises or even resistance bands ? Like push-ups, lunges or something like that ? Thanks !
There is a certain poster that keeps making fun of my bodyweight of 145 as an adult male. What would be the optimum weight for someone of my height and build. BTW, as of yesterday with a 7 site skinfold test, I am at 5.8% bodyfat. For... (more)
Just a straightforward question. My goal is hormonal signaling and fat loss, in an otherwise meat and fat only Leangains diet. I eat two meals, one at 12pm post workout, another at 7pm. Both are equal portions of carb. No carb rest days. ... (more)
Have you ever thought of not measuring your post-workout carbs? Just eat the amount of carbs that helps you feel good. It will take some trial and error, but I've had good results reducing bodyfat doing this. No need to measure anything.
Hello. I'm a recent college grad on a shoestring budget. What little money I have I devote to food and I've been on the Paleo track since May (about 4 months now) and I've been impressed with the results. I have grass fed where I can, and I'm not... (more)
Are there any records of the weights of healthy hunter gatherers that are left in today's world (or the past 100 years or so) relative to their heights? I suspect maybe the Weston A. Price foundation probably has something along those lines... (more)
Any ideas for strength training without weights, resistance bands, etc? What I have in mind: Push ups and variations Plank Dips Sort-of "pull ups" on wardobe Squats with backpack Lunges with backpack Am I missing any other ideas? (more)
I've been gaining a few pounds lately, and have been kind of sedenatry. I want to start working out, but can't afford to go a gym now, as I don't have a job. I do have kettlebells, a pullup bar, a trampoline and me though. How can I get shredded... (more)
I posted it here before but can't locate it. So here it is: Comprehensive bodyweight workout list for download
Do you eat 1.5 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight? This question is prolly going to elicit answers from lifters and more athletic types but I'm interested in hearing from everybody. I have been doing 1 gram per pound for a while but after... (more)
Talking with a coworker here and he raised the question of what my top five favorite exercises were. Here's what I said Burpees (the TOP exercise that I have a love/hate relationship with) Pull-Ups (no amount of lat pulldowns can make up for... (more)
I thought the island was deserted? Except for a few kettlebells, barbells, plates and a bench? I would just list the basics, all bodyweight: pull ups chin ups push ups dips squats
Hi, I want to help my mom lose weight and get in shape. She is almost 60 and very overweight. So I am going forward with a paleo diet, intermittent fasting and daily walking. I would also like to include intense exercise 2-3 times a week,... (more)
I've read over and over again that when eating paleo, consuming 1-1.5 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight is best for building muscle, but how much working out does this rule require? I do crossfit three time a week, and usually another... (more)
This year that's yet like they don't even need that much like it's like even as I think we get all we know we're in our 30's I just feel like we've learned to do to get that get more from less I am but you mention like that you ???rescaling thing... (more)
Male Age 24 163 down from 168 Supplementing with Cellfood by Lumina Health Hi guys I have began my journey with paleo again as I had fallen off the bullet train a while back. My heartburn is gone and I am feeling more energized. But to the... (more)