Category Archives: Nutrition

Eating Weird & Making CrossFit Funny

Eating Weird & Making CrossFit Funny

Making CrossFit Funny? What? Okay, remember when I started carb back-loading? Well, for a few weeks, it was doing well for me…performance-wise. That’s why it made CrossFit funny to me. While I was doing some intermittent fasting from morning to pre-workout/post-workout, I would slam high glycemic carbs like white jasmine rice in addition to myContinue Reading

Loads Of Food Consumed. Not A Single Pound Gained.

Loads Of Food Consumed. Not A Single Pound Gained.

Fuck yeah. It feels good man…either it’s a fluke or that stuff I was talking about in the last post was legit. I’ll admit that I didn’t follow the usual protocol on Thanksgiving day, as I previewed the mashed potatoes earlier in the day lol. So that killed my fat burning process earlier than usual.Continue Reading

How I Plan To Slam A Shitload Of Food This Thanksgiving With Minimal Damage

How I Plan To Slam A Shitload Of Food This Thanksgiving With Minimal Damage

First of all, yeah..once again quite a hiatus. Not for over a month like last time, but pretty bad. For that, I apologize. I missed writing for you guys, so I felt like tonight would be a good time to get the ball rolling again. And I mean LEGIT – posts every day and constantlyContinue Reading

Paleo Isn’t The Answer

Paleo Isn’t The Answer

Fuck Paleo. It’s garbage. Eliminate grains? No dairy? What is this nonsense? What the hell does Robb Wolf smoke? Don’t you get TIRED of hearing Paleo this, Paleo that? Seriously, You Guys Or not so seriously Okay, okay…Paleo is legit in my eyes. It’s hands-down one of the cleanest ways you can eat and live,Continue Reading

Fatties Eating Paleo?

Thanks for the Tweet, Robb! Robb Wolf tweeted this article yesterday from PaleoParents.com. It’s about this couple proving that you don’t need to be an “elite athlete” to see the benefits of a Paleo lifestyle. And no, I’m not trolling here. I just like messing with readers through my titles I’m actually really proud ofContinue Reading