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It's how Grok would say it! LOL
Read the book and remember......weight loss is about less energy in then energy out. Primal makes it a lot easier and is much healthier then other energy deficit diets.
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You should be able to run 2-3 miles with good sprint training. The problem is knowing how to pace yourself if you don't practice.
Also when doing sprints do you run only a certain distance or do...
What is your exercise like?
That will have a BIG effect on your bodies requirements? Not just replenishing what the exercise burns but also rebuilding and adjusting the efficiency of your body.
I recently tried mixing some coconut oil (with a bit of salt, onion powder and garlic powder) in tuna to have with my salad. I ended up eating it by itself. Was quite good.
I only sprint once a week but I play competitive level racquetball 2-3 times a week.
Racquetball consists of many very short and reactionary "sprints".
From what I remember reading the best way to lose small to moderate amounts of loose skin is to drop your body fat in to the single digits.
Basically, skin is constantly being replaced and will...
This is what I have come to understand (I could be wrong< I have been wrong before!)
I think it is that grains have developed defenses to avoid being digested. The husk and phytic acid (phytate)...
Shannon, you might want to just go out and jog as slow as you can for as long as you can barefoot. Keep your mind on how your foot feels. Be cautious of tenderness. It is really easy to get...
Start off slow and easy. Don't Start running barefoot.
Go out and jog as slow as you can without walking. Try for a mile. If your breathing gets out of control, walk until it settles. But...
Grease the groove!
Get yourself a door frame pull up bar. Every time you walk by it, try to do a Pull up.
You'll be able to do a chin up in no time!
Are you doing any type of counseling or therapy?
In a normal everyday routine we do a lot more pushing then pulling. Ie. You push yourself up out of a chair.
We normally (as an adult) don't pull ourselves up. Ie climbing trees.
High total cholesterol is not an issue.
Lower heart rate is a sign of better efficiency in your lungs and heart from your exercise.
This is normal. You are eating real food that your body does a better job of processing.
Eating Primal means eating less fiber. (Fiber isn't digested, it basically just goes right through you. ...
Don't compare your workout to anyone else.
If your workouts are "far from effortless" then keep doing what you are doing. Your body is repairing itself and that doesn't happen overnight.
I've watched a few of Al's videos and that is what led me to this idea. I was wishing we had a park like Al's. Then I thought about the playground sets.
Evidently it worked good since I am...
My neighborhood consists of many small communities that are about 1/3rd square mile in size. Each community has its own "playground" (basically a prebuilt playground setup). I had this epiphany...
If you want to gain muscle, make sure you are eating plenty of protein and fats.
Go with at least 1g protein per 1lb of lean body mass.
If you do this you won't be too far from a good calorie...
If you are using ketostix they won't show you are in ketosis once you are keto adapted unless you go to zero or near zero carbs.
How do you want to loose. What is your activity level like? Do...
Quickest way I found to change my form was to run barefoot. You will only heel strike once or twice on a rock before you learn watch your foot strike and your foot placement. If you do try barefoot,...
Dear Mark: Chronic Cardio | Mark's Daily Apple
My first thought is minor hamstring pull. This is the usual injury associated with sprints.
Try doing leg swings before your sprints and jog for a minute or two.
Leg swings - swing your leg...
Running is a great way to release stress and tension (if you enjoy it). Running can be very beneficial too. Try to keep your heart rate out of the chronic cardio zone (less then 75% max heart rate)...