Weekend Link Love
Take a few moments to be part of the 2012 Paleo Community Survey over at Naturally Engineered.
If you want to get stronger on the horizontal pullup bar (or just stronger in general), look no further than Al Kavadlo’s new ebook (available in print in a few weeks), “Raising the Bar.” Suitable for beginners and the experienced alike, Al’s book will teach you dozens upon dozens of moves and progressions on “the most versatile piece of equipment in the world of fitness.”
10 stubborn exercise myths that just won’t die, debunked by science (via Lifehacker). It’s actually pretty good and confirms a lot of the same stuff we’ve been saying for years.
Certain women have a rather interesting reaction to exercise.
A new study out offers scientific “proof” that red meat reduces depression. While I know medium-rare lamb certainly makes me happy, let’s not make the same mistake others have made jumping to conclusions (however they seem to confirm our biases) because an epidemiological study said something.
- Chicken binakol, or “I hope you like coconut”: chicken and coconut meat cooked in coconut water and served inside a young coconut.
- From Wellness Mama, fourteen easy, dependable homemade spice blends.
One year ago (March 19 – March 25)
- The Power of Solitude: Why You Should Spend More Time Alone – Remember: being alone isn’t the same thing as being lonely.
- Defending Olive Oil’s Reputation – How olive oil isn’t the fragile, unstable fat we’ve been misled to believe.
Comment of the Week
“It’s an exciting time for fasting and cancer research. While it’s still viewed in most circles as an “alternative” modality”
Did you know the word “alternative” is based on an ancient Greek word that means “Big Pharma can’t make billions of dollars in profit on it”?
- While some alternative medical practices do strike me as nonsensical, I think what Doug says is partly correct (and completely hilarious).