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    You can turn inexpensive cuts of meats like...

    You can turn inexpensive cuts of meats like shanks and shoulders into delicious treats by slow cooking them. Do you own a crockpot?
  2. I purchased a new C2 last year because I had...

    I purchased a new C2 last year because I had enjoyed using one so much at CrossFit. It was simple/stupid to assemble and is made to last forever. I rationalized the purchased by looking at the...
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    I created a shared Google Plus circle for people...

    I created a shared Google Plus circle for people who are interested in Paleo/Primal/Ancestral Health.

    If you actively use G+ and would like to be included in the circle, leave a comment in the...
  4. My pleasure. I will keep polishing and adding...

    My pleasure. I will keep polishing and adding info.
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    Totally agree with this advice. The energy...

    Totally agree with this advice. The energy systems you use for sprinting are different than an aerobic type of jog (or run). I would try and do activities that get you into the right heart rate...
  6. Thanks kkarrolle!

    Thanks kkarrolle!
  7. A primer on Reading Scientific Research

    Hello everyone,

    I have written a multi-part article on How to Read Scientific Research with the idea of helping people who would like to understand the basics of how research reports are...
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    In no way am I am expert, but I have dealt with a...

    In no way am I am expert, but I have dealt with a nagging shoulder injury (one that has been easy to aggravate). For me, I have tried to focus on plenty of core exercises and more sprint work. It...
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    Agree 100% with the comment above about sleep. ...

    Agree 100% with the comment above about sleep. And in addition reducing stress in every way that is reasonable for your lifestyle. Chronic stress means increased cortisol and lower testosterone.
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    Perfect. The pictures had the desired effect.

    Perfect. The pictures had the desired effect.
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    @IcarianVX and @john_e_turner_ii, I turn 45 this...

    @IcarianVX and @john_e_turner_ii, I turn 45 this week so I know exactly where you are coming from.
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    Losing muscle as we age

    I found an awesome study this weekend regarding muscle loss as we age. Here is a link to the post I created regarding the research: Sarcopenia - Are we Doomed to Age-Related Muscle Loss?

    And...
  13. Jumping rope - double unders maybe?

    Jumping rope - double unders maybe?
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    I have been dealing with a nagging shoulder...

    I have been dealing with a nagging shoulder injury that results in some pain and muscle fatigue. I have had PT, trigger point therapy, etc. but recently went to see a Chiropractor friend who did a...
  15. One important thing I forgot to mention. Melissa...

    One important thing I forgot to mention. Melissa graciously agreed to allow me to run a contest to give away one copy of her cookbook (in ebook format). Details are available in my review.
  16. Review of Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People who Love to Eat

    I received my copy of Melissa Joulwan's Well Fed cookbook yesterday (Melissa writes at The Clothes Make the Girl blog), and I have to say it is OUTSTANDING.

    Here is my review: Well Fed, and...
  17. @smartierthanthou - #fail - is this a joke or are...

    @smartierthanthou - #fail - is this a joke or are they serious?
  18. 13 Tips for Choosing a CrossFit Gym

    If you are considering CrossFit, you might find this post helpful: 13 Tips for Choosing a CrossFit Gym.

    I polled several of my CrossFit coaching friends for advice and tips targeted at a person...
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    Great job Liz! Sorry for being late to the...

    Great job Liz! Sorry for being late to the party, but I have also found it less necessary to participate in the forum given how integrated everything feels at this point.

    All the best,

    ...Tim
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    “I know the price of success: dedication, hard...

    “I know the price of success: dedication, hard work, and unrelenting devotion to the things you want to see happen.” – Frank Lloyd Wright
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    @Mitch - regarding ice baths: Ice baths can...

    @Mitch - regarding ice baths: Ice baths can probably help you recover quicker (and get you back to your exercise routine); however they also tend to blunt the adaptation response you were working so...
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    I have twin 8 year old boys, and they have been...

    I have twin 8 year old boys, and they have been going to gymnastics for about 2 years. It seems like they are developing a lot of portable athletic skills as a result (core strength for example).
  23. Given that I can only consume a certain amount of...

    Given that I can only consume a certain amount of food each day and maintain my weight, I choose not to eat wheat, oats, etc. because I can easily find more nutritious foods. I would rather eat more...
  24. I am incredibly disappointed in Sarah's post, as...

    I am incredibly disappointed in Sarah's post, as I have been a fan of her blog. However not only does she construct a silly strawman argument for what Paleo is, she continues to dig a deep hole by...
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    @JKR - Did you eat the PaleoKits jerky or the...

    @JKR - Did you eat the PaleoKits jerky or the PaleoStix? In my opinion, the Stix are a lot easier to eat (but both are really good).
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