Three rounds for reps of:
155 pound Squat cleans, 1 minute
20′ Shuttle sprints (20′ forward + 20′ backwards = 1 rep), 1 minute
245 pound Deadlifts, 1 minute
Burpees, 1 minute
155 pound Jerks, 1 minute
Rest 1 minute
Growing Up Paleo
Last night Eric and I ran into a friend who, over the course of the past six months, has moved to a Paleo way of eating and reaped the benefits. Both physical and health related indicators have improved and he was a happy camper, except for one thing – his elementary school age kids wanted nothing to do with Paleo foods. “Why can’t we have the good food?,” they would ask him. He shared his thought that if his kids had been fed Paleo foods from the get-go (as babies) that it wouldn’t be so difficult now. In other words – growing up Paleo had some significant advantages.
Not having kids it was difficult for us to recommend ways to transition a child from a traditional grain-based western diet to not only eating, but maybe even loving, Paleo foods.
Many Roots folks have seen the benefits of Paleo in their own health and fitness and successfully implemented it into their children’s way of eating.
So, what’s the secret? Post to comments.