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    What's up everyone?!

    My name is Jake, and I've been reading Mark's content for quite a while now. I've been following a primal type diet for a few years, and I'm addicted to researching the topics of nutrition and fitness.

    I'm glad to be a part of these forums, and I look forward to contributing as well as learning from all of the great minds here.

    Jake
    My nutrition/fitness/critical thinking blog:

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    Cool, man. Welcome!

    What type of fitness are you interested in? Crossift? StrongLifts? HIIT?
    Travel, eat well, and learn about life - three things I love to do

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      Hi Jake, welcome.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by paul119 View Post
        Cool, man. Welcome!

        What type of fitness are you interested in? Crossift? StrongLifts? HIIT?
        I've dabbled in some powerlifting; but I'm pretty much open to all types of training. Currently, body composition is my priority.

        Originally posted by katemary View Post
        Hi Jake, welcome.
        Thanks, glad to be a part of the forum!
        My nutrition/fitness/critical thinking blog:

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jakejoh10 View Post
          What's up everyone?!

          My name is Jake, and I've been reading Mark's content for quite a while now. I've been following a primal type diet for a few years, and I'm addicted to researching the topics of nutrition and fitness.

          I'm glad to be a part of these forums, and I look forward to contributing as well as learning from all of the great minds here.

          Jake
          Welcome to our PB community, Jakejoh. I look forward to seeing your nutrition research articles in the research section. I'm really interested in learning.
          "When the search for truth is confused with political advocacy, the pursuit of knowledge is reduced to the quest for power." - Alston Chase

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          • #6
            For those who find the original book, The Primal Blueprint daunting, author Mark Sisson has provided this guidebook for a 21-Day Total Body Transformation. Like many books on this topic the Christian must glean the useful and ignore the evolutionary rationale. Key concepts of the plan include: the ability to reprogram genes, finding clues in the habits of the original "hunter-gathers," our bodies prefer to burn fat over carbohydrates, 80% of body composition is determined by what one eats, grains are not necessary, saturated fat and cholesterol are not unhealthy, exercise is ineffective for weight management and maximum fitness requires high intensity workouts, but minimal time.

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