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I've been training most my life, I've trained hundreds if not nearly over a thousand people in many different countries, but the one thing I see that I need,...
The Caveman Diet

The Caveman Diet—Like Nature Intended

The Caveman Diet... as natural as possible, like nature intended.   When it comes to diets, everyone has an opinion and big companies try and make money off it by coming...
Secret to Caveman Fitness

Could This Be the Secret to Caveman Fitness?

You can train like a caveman and eat like a caveman but if you drink like a fish you might not experience the fitness gains you deserve. Over the...
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15 Minute Kettlebell Fat Blaster

I designed this 15 minute full-body kettlebell fat blaster because Eric Walmsley and I been talking for a while on Facebook, he told me about his bicep tear and...
Training On a Ketogenic Diet

Training On a Ketogenic Diet: Can You Build Muscle Without Carbs?

If you’re like me and have done even a casual search for information about ketogenic diets before, you have probably come across an assortment of information that seems biased,...
Dr Gregory Ellis

Nutrition Tips by Dr. Gregory Ellis, PhD, CNS

Most people want to optimise their production of energy. Fat is the primary fuel of the body, not carbohydrates. This is a fundamental mistake that people make. Even some of the “experts” make the same error.
Exercise: no longer just to look good

Exercise: No Longer Just to Look Good

Lets be honest, getting up to retrieve the TV remote and sitting back in your lazy chair doesn't exactly require a lot of physical abilities, neither does pressing the garage remote to open the door, taking the elevator to get to your flat, or dialling for a pizza which is delivered to your door.

Best Food For Athletes To Fight Inflammation and Prevent Injury

Being a top athlete requires your body to sustain a high level of physical stress. Exposing your body to constant weight lifting, bench presses, push ups, sit ups, long...
Are you suffering?

Are You Suffering?

People in today's society lack a point of reference for suffering. They describe being so tired that they just can't get out of bed, are too sore to workout, or are to quick giving up when a task gets difficult. What people think is an exhausting ordeal is actually quite within their realms of capability.
Caveman Athlete Kelly Manzone

Caveman Athlete: Kelly Manzone

At the age of 37, I’ve come to let those things roll off my back as I continue to peruse what makes me happy. Typically someone spewing energy like that is unhappy and uncomfortable with themselves. Since recently joining kettlebell sport, I find the community a haven from the negative energy.

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