Who said they were??
Type: Posts; User: Mainer
Who said they were??
Ditto, be very careful with the articles referenced by the high carb zealots on here. One only has to consider Vilhjalmur Stefansson and his work to see the reality of this debate.
Stuart McRobert. Many more, some of which have already been stated.
Pretty much sums it up. If you can't purchase weights to get to a gym you are going to be hard pressed to "challenge" your body with bodyweight only training which; while sometimes a good deviation...
Sorry, not following that blueprint
In the context of the discussion it is accurate.
I'm with ya on the resistant starch to a point, I was referring to choices more aligned with our ancestral diet such as sweet potato/yams/squash/etc far more nutritious and bang for the buck
Maine lobstah with lots of raw butter, Alaskan crab legs with lots of raw butter,, grilled scallops, Pemaquid oysters on the half shell, fatty tuna sushi, finish off with a bowl of steamers....
Use it to make kefir which is preferable to store bought by a long shot. Also make coconut kefir too.
Have you considered histamine issues as red wine is Histamine rich and green tea is a DAO blocking food source.
Given recent "discussions" around here I'm lately I'm staying away from arguing the bigger picture but would simply add one question why lentils and chickpeas when their are better, more...
What RM said was what I was referring to.
The workout I am using is listing them in the next phase, judging by the workout and rep more of an assistant exercise. Regardless, will probably still...
Used to do these quite a bit, haven't though in years. Anyone incorporate them into your training currently? Pros/Cons?
Interesting read thanks for sharing. I'd be interested to know if he ran the same race again and stayed under his Avg heart rate of 142 what the data would have presented, a few assumptions here of...
i defer to rm on this one
Sometimes what you said, sometimes active rest altogether, depends on the severity.
Lmao! Rm your comic timing is well honed.
Not disagreeing with what your saying either, floor or ball are not ideal platforms by any means, both have pros and cons I would agree. The con I see with the floor is the limited shoulder motion....
Somehow this didn't surprise me.
Not really, I got up to 60lb presses on the stability ball before released from pt, while not huge weights by any stretch I wouldn't call them super light. My pt guy was into quite a bit of...