No one one can argue with you about your positive results, that's for sure!
This is absolutely true.
Originally Posted by MikeEnRegalia
Firstly, I didn't go primal all at once and I'm still making little changes and (I hope) improvements.
Secondly, I haven't always been consistent. This past winter was a real slog with many multi-week bouts of missed workouts (and the guilt and self-abuse that goes along with that).
Both of these factors would result in short term failure, but over the long term, their effects are diminished.
Mark has a post or two that mention that calories and nutrition shouldn't be evaluated daily. Rather, weekly and monthly nutrition trends are what really count. This idea removes a great deal of pressure from the work of improving one's diet.
Last edited by cheapo; 04-24-2010 at 07:35 AM.
Mark's book also says to not be rigid in regiment or results obsessed. It's about the journey and the long haul.
Cheapo, you set a very good example. Thanks for sharing.
Cheapo: How do you get abs like that? I do my own version of Crossfit Cindy I call Sindy: 5 Pullups, 10 Pushups, 15 Squats and 10 Situps for 20 Minutes. Can do 11 rounds of it. Thanks.
My only workouts are SimpleFit and 2 hockey games per week. They work the abs (and everything else). Eating well reveals them.
Last edited by cheapo; 02-20-2012 at 09:01 AM.
Congratulations Great results..
Last edited by Graeme; 05-05-2010 at 04:44 AM.
I tried level 1/day 1 and loved it! I've never been into lifting free weights and have always gravitated towards body weight exercises. I plan to add in my weight vest on day 2, to build some more strength. Overall, I love the simplicity and the challenge these workouts offer. Thanks for this post cheapo.
Thanks for posting this. I really need to start working out more and this is something I could see myself getting into pretty easily. I grab the pullup bar intermittently during the week, but having a program to follow will help a lot.
Congrats on the progress so far, too. Looking good man, keep it up!
Damn dude. I'm convinced that'll work. LOL.
(plus, no roommate will freak at you for having a sledgehammer...)
*grabs*shoddy*pull*up*bar*and*tears*it*out*of*it's *mountings*with*268lbs*bodyweight* (I live in a place with cheap doors.)
Cheapo - how many day a week? I may have missed it in your thread. Sorry if redundant. I looked at the link you posted; the way it is worded there suggests that you do EACH group of exercises 3 times a week meaning that there are some days you complete two "days" in one day?
Last edited by Fatty; 04-29-2010 at 09:32 AM.
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