REMINDERS: Muscle-up clinic this morning at 8am.
Food Chalk Talk tonight at 7PM. Come by yourself or bring the rest of the folks with whom you share a kitchen. Who’s coming and why? Post to comments.
21 Handstand Push-ups
18 Handstand Push-ups
15 Handstand Push-ups
12 Handstand Push-ups
9 Handstand Push-ups
6 Handstand Push-ups
3 Handstand Push-ups
Handstand push-ups are “top of head to floor” and pull-ups are “strict” or non-kipping.
Have you checked out Shane’s food blog Inherent Appetite? If not, click yourself right over there for some great recipes that exude Paleo but also keep a lot of simple culinary pleasures in the mix.
The Inherent Appetite About section states: Inherent – existing in something as a permanent, essential or characteristic attribute. Appetite – the desire to eat food felt as hunger. The Paleo Diet is based on what our ancestors ate millions of years ago and therefore what our genes have evolved around. Believe it or not, it’s inherent in your genes. It’s a simple prescription: eat meat, nuts, seeds, and oils, vegetables, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. When asked to eliminate grains and sugar from their diets many people feel like food has to become boring. Inherent Appetite is a place for me to prove that untrue. Enjoy.
A combination of his own creations and recipes found (and tested) across the web, Shane’s approach to Paleo shows that we can all thrive on clean good food.
Are the recipes 100% Paleo? Nope. Are they pretty damn close? Absolutely. And a good portion of them are 100% Paleo. And with the knowledge you have about Paleo it is simple to tweak the recipes to fit the Paleo framework. For example, goat cheese in the recipe above. While cheese isn’t Paleo, you can certainly eliminate it from the recipe and in the quality food scale goat cheese resides far down on the better choice side. For example, you won’t see bread crumbs in the ingredient list, ever!
Finally, if you’re not sure about an ingredient in the recipe, post to Shane’s comments and ask a question.