Want to spice up your pullups? Head over to Ross Training and learn how to make DIY softball grips for about $10.
No woman should ever lift more than 3 lbs? You can either starve yourself or do tons of cardio? Uh… working out with Gwyneth Paltrow.
Dodgeball on a court made of trampolines = Very cool place to have a kids’ birthday party. Or an adults’ birthday party.
Finally, I’m a fan of bacon and all, but I’m honestly not sure what’s going on with this baby formula. (and why is the baby pig eating it?!)
- Health-Bent knocks one out of the ballpark with a roasted vegetable salad with crispy tangerine duck.
- Kick it up a notch with Paleotron‘s Cajun salmon. Cajun Style.
- If you don’t live in Toronto (most of us), you missed out on a tasty Ethnic Paleo Night with Cosmopolitan Primal Girl. But don’t worry, she posted all the recipes from the event here.
- Wilderness Childe eats a coyote. Recipe included. Road runner soup to follow.
One year ago (April 4 – 10)
- Medicine Ball Workout – Unwieldy, heavy, a close approximation of a rock. Learn what to do with a medicine ball.
- Shooting Down Excuses – Can’t find a gym? Don’t know how to cook? Stop whining! This post shoots down 17 common excuses that get in the way of health.
Comment of the Week
My father’s story about Bone Marrow Soup that saved his brother’s life and leg:
When my father (born 1915) was a kid, his brother had a bad bicycle accident and broke his leg. It was set wrong and there were lots of problems including spending months in traction in a children’s hospital in another city. He became very weak and sick. His family brought him home because the hospital wasn’t helping. At home their mother made him bone marrow soup. That was about all he could eat. My father fed it to him because he was so weak that he couldn’t even feed himself. He got better, stronger and the bone healed. He always walked with a limp because of the damage done, but the bone healed strong. It was the bone marrow soup that saved his life and healed his bone.
-Lee Edwards from Bone Marrow: Delicious, Ntritious, and Underappreciated