6 Tips for Working Out While Traveling

by: Emily Schromm
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6 Tips for Working Out While Traveling

When life hands you adventure, you should never say no. As Hans Christian Anderson once said, “To travel is to live”. Travel gives us unprecedented opportunity to to learn and grow; it is a vital part of the human experience....

Be a Badass Athlete at Any Age

by: Liz Nierzwicki
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Be a Badass Athlete at Any Age

“I won Mark, I won the whole thing!” I yelled to my good friend Mark Sisson from across the room, where the remaining booth owners were dismantling their booths from a fun-filled, business expanding, and educational weekend at Paleo f(x)™...

Become Unbreakable: Dealing With Ankle Injuries

by: Kate Galliett
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Have you ever hurt your ankle? Perhaps you stepped off a curb wrong, rolling it so hard that you sprained it. Or maybe you got taken out at the ankles by an opponent in your football game, as a kid or as an adult, causing a serious injury to the ankle....

Nature's Athletes: Adapt or Die

by: Dan Edwardes
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Here’s a truth I want everyone who doubts their physical and mental potential to keep at the forefront of their mind: beneath the shell of the soft, sedentary people we have become lay the raw materials of nature’s most adaptive and capable athlete....

Quicker, Easier Post-Workout Recovery

by: Dutch Lowy
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As an athlete, the most crucial aspect of your training is recovery. I’ve spent the last 6 years researching, testing, and implementing different recovery methods that those of you interested in improving your performance (or just not hurting anymore) will find useful....

Why Diets Fail and ‘Eat Less, Move More’ is Bad Advice

by: Menno Henselmans
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It’s safe to say obesity is a problem. Over 2 out of 3 people in the US are overweight and over 1 in 3 is obese....

Two Potent Ways to Biohack Your Breathing

by: Ben Greenfield
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Imagine a giant lake bed with one tiny capillary of creek water pouring into it. It would take a while to fill that lake bed with precious water, wouldn’t it?...

How Your Day Job Affects Your Fitness

by: Jim Laird
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In this video blog, master trainer and Paleo f(x)™ speaker Jim Laird gives insight into how your day job and daily routine affect (or should affect) your choices in the gym. ...

Using Heart Rate Variability To Determine Training Intensity, Part II

by: Dr. Mike T Nelson
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4 Common Pitfalls When Using Heart Rate Variability To Determine Training Intensity (And How To Avoid Them)...

Using Heart Rate Variability To Determine Training Intensity, Part I

by: Dr. Mike T Nelson
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Everyone has amazing days in the gym and some bummer days where they wished they stayed in bed. Wouldn’t it be great to maximize the great days and limit the bad days? This would allow you to maximize your training, especially for those who have a limited time to train....

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