So I have to come up with a Summer Project for school, and I figured I'd make it centered around my new Paleo lifestyle. This is a TWO-Part Question:
1) What are your own PERSONAL Paleo/Fitness related Projects? Can we post them here?
2) Are there any Paleo folks that are musicians/in bands who might want to let me use their music for my project without charging fees for the rights? You will, of course, get full recognition (Plus a link to your own page!!)
Q: What's Grok's Favorite Style of Music?
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on January 12, 2012
at 05:04 AM
My most paleo activities would probably be running, lifting weights and eating beef. Ideally, I'd be running without shoes, lifting heavy rocks and logs rather than barbells and eating fresh venison.
on December 15, 2011
at 02:36 AM
I think I recall Quilt or someone else working on an outdoor fitness area in the yard for Paleo fitness activities. But I can't find it.
on January 26, 2012
at 06:11 PM
learn how to make more offal dishes!!!
on January 26, 2012
at 01:47 PM
I've decided that for the first 6 months of this year (or more) I would record everything that went into my body, and practically everything my body does... weight lost, weight gained, exercise, etc... even binges are recorded, it's been surprising that despite a fairly strong reduction in alcohol content, my monthly average still shows about 2% of my total calories coming from alcohol (thanks to 1 binge and maybe 2 evenings of having 1 glass of whisky).
I am no longer happy with the "it's paleo, so it must be good for me" logic and I would like to take it a step further and find out why.
That's my personal project #1. Throughout this project I've messed around with megadosing MCT's, high starch pre-workout meals, etc...
Personal project #2 is to greatly increase my capacity for throwing in the Highland Games, to be one of the best throwers in my state by the year 2012. This is a purely physical endeavor and has been combined with a training protocol that revolves less around "constant locomotion" and more around "spontaneous combustion"... jumping, sprinting, olympic lifting, throwing, etc... everything else being very low impact (no jogging, no elliptical, just walking and mild bike riding).