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Minimalist Shoes for General Workouts

In a previous post, we talked about what to look for in footwear. We made the assumption that you don't have any extreme foot issues, and that you're going to be doing basic general workouts, no long distance running. Here are a few shoes that I recommend to my clients, as well as where to pick up a pair. Converse Canvas Known as "Chuck Taylors" by the cool kids, this is really the first, and most basic, "minimalist" shoe. These are actually the … Continue reading


Choosing The Right Shoes for The Right Activity

Shoes...which ones should you get? This can be a varied and tricky question for most people. I'm going to answer the question here in the most "Paleo" way that I can. Your Feet Your feet are amazing. For the entire animal kingdom, we are the only species that wear anything to cover our feet. Many of us still love to find time to go barefoot, especially in the summer. I can remember the feeling of having wonderfully tough feet at … Continue reading

I Hate Working Out

"Wow, you look pretty fit." "Nah, thanks though. I'm working on it. Funny enough, I do run a gym." "Really?" "Yeah. I make some at-home workouts for a really cool nutrition site, too." "Wow. You must really love working out!" "No no no. I hate it." "Huh?" Yeah. I hate working out. There it is. I said it. I know I run a gym, and put together these awesome workouts for PaleoFit (have you signed up yet?;). But I'm telling … Continue reading

Ronnie Coleman, Mr. Olympia 2010

Getting Bulky: What It Really Takes

So you've read the other two posts here and here by me, Max Shippee, about putting your fears aside about lifting heavy weight and getting "all bulky", but you're still not convinced. That's fine. I have one more post for you. I have a friend/client, Ozzy Salcedo, who's been into bodybuilding since he was a kid. He walked into my gym in decent shape, but was soon schooled in the difference between working out for being on stage, and being fit for … Continue reading