I saved some of the coolest stuff for last. Over a thousand bucks worth of stuff. A prize for fitness, a prize for food, a prize for lifestyle…
A Kangaroo. Not a living, jumping, boxing, marsupial. This kangaroo is the solution for people who want to stand at work. Made by Ergo Desktop, the Kangaroo is an adjustable height desk unit that sits atop your boring sit-down desk. There’s really nothing else on the market like it. These are handmade in Ohio and shipped entirely assembled. Ergo Desktop has various models and finishes to match your office and the size of your computer. Winner will receive a choice of the Kangaroo Pro, the Kangaroo, or the Wallaby. Perfect for folks who work eight hours a day and don’t won’t to sit themselves into back problems later in life. These are also a good option if your workplace is permanently affixed with desks of the sitting variety. You know I’m a big proponent of standing at work. This is your chance to win a standing workstation.
Food Dehydrator. One of last year’s biggest hits, Excalibur is back with another wonderful moisture sucking wonder. If you’ve read my posts on beef jerky and dried fruit, you know that they are tasty and Primal, but tricky to make unless you have the right tools. Enter the food dehydrator. While some Primal folks actually use a car hood as a food dehydrator, I’m giving away this food dehydrator to make the process easier. If you’re interested at all in food dehydration, take a look at their zappy video. And if you end up making a habit of drying your foods, these things will save you all the money you’d waste leaving your oven on for days at a time.
Weight Vest. Another returning sponsor, X Vest is back with a durable, adjustable vest of pure heaviness. Perfect for upping the ante of bodyweight workouts, or anyone looking to increase the difficulty of their Workout of the Week. Are your pushups too easy? Can you sprint fast enough to make the speed of sound jealous? Strap on an X Vest and become the heavy thing you lift when you lift heavy things. Winner will receive his or her choice of heaviness: 20, 40, or the bear-stranglingly ridiculous 80 lb vest.
A One-on-One With Me. As a bonus, the winner will get a phone call from yours truly. Whether you’re trying to overcome a specific obstacle on the path to better Primal living, or looking for some guidance on a personalized eating plan, winner gets to chat it out with me.
Share your Primal Success Story. Write a story about how going Primal has affected your life. Include at least one picture of yourself. Email it to me with the subject heading “My Primal Story.” Don’t worry if you’re not a chiseled Adonis. This isn’t a “who’s the most ripped” contest. Whether you’ve lost 100 pounds over three years of Primal living or you’ve simply managed to kick that diet Coke habit since the Primal Challenge started, just tell me what going Primal has done for you. I’m looking for interesting and personal tales. It doesn’t have to be a thousand word diatribe, but hopefully more than a few sentences. Feel free to be creative with your story format, too. Remember, good stories usually have a beginning, a middle, and an end, and honesty is king. Now’s your chance to inspire by example and share your face with the growing Primal community. A winner will be selected at random among all publishable entries. The winning entry will be published on MDA, and I may publish several others as well.
October 17, midnight PST. Just over a week.
BONUS: Get a Free Temporary Grok Tattoo!
I have nearly 2000 temporary Grok tattoos, and I’m giving them away for the rest of the month. If you want one, just send me a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
P.O. Box 6250
Malibu, CA 90264-6250
I’ll put a tat in that envelope and send it back. To clarify, there needs to be a stamped envelope addressed to yourself with my return address in the top left corner – inside the letter you mail me. Otherwise, no tat. Do it before Halloween!
By entering this contest and submitting your success story you are giving me the right to publish and/or edit your story here on Mark’s Daily Apple and/or elsewhere.