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    I would say that balance is optimal but walking...

    I would say that balance is optimal but walking is better than not. There are obviously a ton of ways of approaching this but the basic Primal Blueprint concept of move slowly (which you are doing),...
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    I may be missing something but I dont think...

    I may be missing something but I dont think Sisson assumes that at all. I think he uses his experience to illustrate the far end of the spectrum. To illustrate that consumption with training causes...
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    I think we are all watching the debate about...

    I think we are all watching the debate about whether it makes a difference or not but it doesnt seem there is science that provides a definitive answer. I just found it odd that you would state that...
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    I generally stay out of these threads because I'm...

    I generally stay out of these threads because I'm not smart enough to know the answers and too lazy to do th research but I love hearing the various approaches. I found this post strange though. ...
  5. Slimfast is ranked significantly higher. Is...

    Slimfast is ranked significantly higher. Is there really anything else that needs to be said?
  6. So its not just me. Whew.

    So its not just me. Whew.
  7. Any time the media discusses the various "diets"...

    Any time the media discusses the various "diets" they always seem to talk about anything that resembles paleo as hard to follow. I find it to be the easiest, most intuitive and natural way of eating...
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    There are some great threads on the topic and it...

    There are some great threads on the topic and it is worth the time to browse even those Rich posted. That said, there are other ways to look at it.

    First let me qualify by saying I am a cheap...
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    Yep, it was a warning sign that several years of...

    Yep, it was a warning sign that several years of pitching is bad for your shoulder. Following that up with several years of coaching and throwing batting practice doesnt make it better.

    All...
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    Both of my shoulder surgeries were clean out and...

    Both of my shoulder surgeries were clean out and not repair so the only reason they started me slow is that since the bone was ground down and exposed, bringing too much blood to the area too soon...
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    No, I'm saying if surgery is necessary to repair...

    No, I'm saying if surgery is necessary to repair an injury, squats and presses aren't going to fix it. After surgery, pink or purple weights may also be necessary before pulling a PR. That's all.
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    Not always true. I had bone spurs in my...

    Not always true. I had bone spurs in my shoulders which were tearing up the surrounding soft tissue. Lifting made it much, much worse. Specifically overhead press. Pain doesn't generally mean...
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    Just want to get my shoulder healed up so I can...

    Just want to get my shoulder healed up so I can feel normal again.
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    There are books out there that give specific...

    There are books out there that give specific tests for determining maximum heartrate. The calculators are really meaningless. I mean, I guess it works out right for some but it definitely doesn't...
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    I'm shocked at this. Even the old people around...

    I'm shocked at this. Even the old people around here are told to move. Maybe because the physical therapy business is so huge down here. I mean, I know some guys who have had labrum repair and...
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    All true, but rest in the athletic world has...

    All true, but rest in the athletic world has never meant sit around and wait for it to get better. Rest has always meant back off from full competition or training. Well, unless something is torn...
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    I'm all for "rub some dirt on it and keep going"...

    I'm all for "rub some dirt on it and keep going" but a tweak to the back is a different thing than a tweak to a quad. I would never treat a back issue as a lie.

    And as far as I can tell, this...
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    Keep in mind I am not an expert but yeah, pretty...

    Keep in mind I am not an expert but yeah, pretty much. Diet is the way to control how fat we are.

    And I agree that a lot of people enjoy getting a little cardio. It does help release those...
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    A couple of things comes to my mind. First, 40...

    A couple of things comes to my mind. First, 40 minutes of cardio 4 times a week is not chronic cardio. It may not be the most efficient game plan but you are in no danger of the dreaded chronic...
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    I always enjoy using the start of the new year to...

    I always enjoy using the start of the new year to re-focus, evaluate goals/progress, and set new goals if necessary. We should all do that as needed but the New Year is a great time to reset.
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    This is what I found when I started eating along...

    This is what I found when I started eating along these lines. If I eat a good lunch I'm not hungry until dinner and a good dinner keeps me from snacking at night. I did the Whole 30 to start and...
  22. I have really liked Korean BBQ when I have had it...

    I have really liked Korean BBQ when I have had it but it is hard to find around here. I am actually somewhat obsessed with finding good kimchi right now. A local restaurant was serving it as part...
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    I hear ya. And actually, I think most of my...

    I hear ya. And actually, I think most of my problem is that my job now requires me to pretty much be at my desk all. I try to set up my work area the best I can but I'm pretty sure that is my...
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    A benchmark yes but not an absolute and maybe of...

    A benchmark yes but not an absolute and maybe of no use whatsoever. I'm not sure that I have ever been able to touch my toes even at my most flexible and have never pulled a hamstring. Again, it is...
  25. I hear ya. I had to adjust my mindset when I...

    I hear ya. I had to adjust my mindset when I tried Texas BBQ because I come from a Southern BBQ. I love the Southern BBQ for the pork but that Texas brisket was a work of art and likely not going...
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