Let me introduce myself. My name is Mark Sisson. I’m 63 years young. I live and work in Malibu, California. In a past life I was a professional marathoner and triathlete. Now my life goal is to help 100 million people get healthy. I started this blog in 2006 to empower people to take full responsibility for their own health and enjoyment of life by investigating, discussing, and critically rethinking everything we’ve assumed to be true about health and wellness...Tell Me More
Mark’s Daily Apple is your road map to success. Here are the top 10 ways (yes, there are more than 10!) Mark’s Daily Apple is going to help you succeed in all of your health and fitness goals. Take advantage of them all and you’ll be like Grok in no time.
Our bread and butter (or is it “apples and almond butter”?), the daily article will remain the primary focus of the site as we encourage, inspire, and inform you with the latest scientific releases, Primal recipes, workout tips – plus, we’ll be expanding our Definitive Guide series to encompass a whole host of contentious topics.
A great resource for those just starting with the Blueprint, the PB 101 page distills all pertinent information into an organized, concise collection of article links, lists, and advice. If anyone’s got questions about your weird eating habits, just send them to the PB 101 page.
Regular original video content featuring myself, and other guests, will let you put a face (and a voice) to the name: Primal cooking demonstrations, workout guides, exercise form corrections, maybe even a How-To-Butcher video. I’m open to all ideas so let me know what you’d like to see in the comment board.
Connect with other Blueprinters; ask me questions; discuss recipes, workouts, nutrition, and the latest studies with likeminded individuals committed to, or skeptical of, the Primal way of living. Dissent and skepticism encouraged! Check out the forum here.
Free weekly newsletters packed with insider tips and original information delivered to your inbox every week. Perfect for people too busy to navigate the new site every day, but who still want to keep up to date. Also, you can now have each day’s post delivered to your inbox by entering your email address at the very bottom of the page.
A common complaint from readers is that our nearly 1500-article-strong archive system is difficult to navigate. The new site has a refined search feature, helpful sidebars, an improved sitemap, and organized archives, giving you instant access to the entire library of MDA material at your fingertips.
Just released for pre-order, my new book is the definitive guide to Primal living and it will be shipping in just a few weeks. For all Primal/paleo types, it’s a must read – get Primal and Grok On!
And later this year, we’ll be adding even more features:
Now that we’ve made a successful transition to the new site, and the book’s been released, we’ll start working on e-books – supplemental material to the Primal Blueprint designed to further your knowledge and increase your results, making it even easier to live Primally and live well. Be on the lookout.
Last year, we had a very successful “Act As If” Primal Health Challenge. Tons of readers reported back with stunning results, and we plan on trying another interactive health challenge later this year (complete with contests and giveaways). Stay tuned for more information.
We’re putting together a new Primal Fitness column for the new site. We plan on offering more frequent and interactive workout suggestions on a regular basis, so check back later.
All in all, I’m pretty excited. Nervous, but excited. I think we’ve made a lot of changes for the better, and I hope you guys share the same sentiment.