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    Screw water, drink beer! ...

    Screw water, drink beer!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-491236/A-pint-beer-better-workout-water-say-scientists.html
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    Ha, nice! I miss having TV sometimes...

    Ha, nice! I miss having TV sometimes...
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    Haha. I was just listening to James Brown...

    Haha. I was just listening to James Brown earlier. It's insane how much of an impact that guy made on music. His late 60s / early 70s funk music with the JB's is awesome workout music.
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    While our caveman ancestors didn't consume dairy...

    While our caveman ancestors didn't consume dairy past infancy, many cultures have developed at least a partial ability to eat it (as can be seen by the spread of lactose tolerance). Butter is a truly...
  5. All grains are not created equal. While rice and...

    All grains are not created equal. While rice and corn appear to be fairly decent (as you pointed out, many cultures are thriving on these foods), wheat seems to be particularly detrimental. I'm sure...
  6. Yeah, a lot of people think I'm out of my mind...

    Yeah, a lot of people think I'm out of my mind for eating such a high-calorie, high-fat, and high-cholesterol do it. Especially because they think of me as being "so healthy." The cognitive...
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    Great suggestions, everyone. I never thought of...

    Great suggestions, everyone. I never thought of classical music before! Gotta get some on my iPod for tomorrow's workout and give it a shot...
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    What's Your Favorite Workout Music?

    The New York Times just published a blog post on a recent study showing the ability music has to either help or hinder your physical performance.

    This made me start talking to others in an effort...
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    On Veganism and Ethics (Guardian Article)

    Hey all.

    Just stumbled across a really cool article on The Guardian website that I think many of you would enjoy. Although I respect anyone's decision to become veg*n for spiritual or ethical...
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    Both are awesome, and our ancestors definitely...

    Both are awesome, and our ancestors definitely chowed down on both when they could.

    I tend to go more for fruit in the spring and summer, then starches in the fall and winter.
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    Evil, evil syrup of Satan! Agave nectar is...

    Evil, evil syrup of Satan!

    Agave nectar is enjoying a lot of success these days as it has a negligible GI and is a "natural" image, being cultivated from the agave plant and all. But the reason...
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    Lard is good. Deliciously, wonderfully good.

    Lard is good. Deliciously, wonderfully good.
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    No food from a spray can. Doesn't matter if it's...

    No food from a spray can. Doesn't matter if it's oil or cheese.
    http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSxeO7JRVj9RIZema-Wkd2JKhu0BUzkXF3wDD18nQBjIn2mH10&t=1&usg=__kGsX0SJfdmjbzzhRAsAylbFbCCA=...
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    Widen your grip to focus on your lats, narrow it...

    Widen your grip to focus on your lats, narrow it for your biceps.
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    Big ups on the roots and tubers. The issue of...

    Big ups on the roots and tubers.

    The issue of carbs is one of the only problems I have with the PB. Traditional South American cultures do just fine with potatoes, and the Kitavan study showed an...
  16. Throw your hat over the fence. By that I mean set...

    Throw your hat over the fence. By that I mean set up the circumstances to make it inevitable.

    1. Determine whether you are motivated more by having things you want or avoiding things you don't...
  17. Fascinating theory. I always love learning about...

    Fascinating theory. I always love learning about these new studies and geeking out on them.

    However, I am always naturally skeptical about taking findings about nutrients and their impact on...
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    I'm gonna stick with the pantry and avoid the...

    I'm gonna stick with the pantry and avoid the fridge (in case that was what you were really asking).

    Oils: olive, coconut, and sesame seed (yeah, yeah, omega-6s. But you use so little that it...
  19. Mercola can be a little wacky but he does have a...

    Mercola can be a little wacky but he does have a lot of important insights and ideas. He does have a pretty Primal-friendly stance, but with a few of his own twists thrown in.
  20. A little of both! The fact is that a lot of...

    A little of both!

    The fact is that a lot of awesome exercises incorporate more than one "type" of exercise. I'm a big fan of these, as they are great additions for people like me who want to get...
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    I don't drink whey much anymore, but always have...

    I don't drink whey much anymore, but always have had really weird reactions when I started adding it in to my diet. It's hard to describe, but it really affected me, felt like I was drugged.
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    I'm guessing the cartons are just filled with...

    I'm guessing the cartons are just filled with water.
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    Calves' liver and grass-fed liver tend to be...

    Calves' liver and grass-fed liver tend to be recommended more due to the lack of toxin filtering they have done.

    But I think the bigger issue is the fear of meat which is so pervasive in our...
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    I used to do a similar routine, and will attest...

    I used to do a similar routine, and will attest that you can use this type of thing to put on muscle with minimal time investment. But the drawbacks are a-plenty.

    First and foremost is that it is...
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    I'm 100% Scandinavian, so I don't worry about...

    I'm 100% Scandinavian, so I don't worry about dairy. (My peeps have the highest levels of lactose tolerance in the world.) So I have been known to consume copious amounts of cream, butter, and cheese.
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