“Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.” – Andrew Jackson

Heh…Seriously?  I saw this today after blasting through a few blistering rounds of sprints, jumps and bar work.  Now I’m not exactly sure what “ve gan do”, but whatever it is, you can bet the intensity will be nil, and the duration scant.  Chill out my “vegan for moralistic reasons” friends — you know I still love you.  Just because we have to jump through a ba-zillion hoops to keep y’alls B vitamin and protein levels adequate is of no matter.  We agree on the animal rights/correct animal husbandry front, and that’s all that really matters.  Right? 🙂

So with the Ancestral Health Symposium now in the rearview (I’ll link to my presentation as soon as it’s available), Paleo f(x) 2013 is on deck.  Mark your calendars for the last weekend in March, 2013.  More info to follow, you can be sure of that.

And next up for me is the 21 Convention, here in Austin, Texas.  Looking forward to a good time, and dispensing with a good bit of practical workout-related know-how.  If you’re at the convention, make sure you come up and say hey.  I’ll be glad to answer any questions you might have.  Hell, maybe we can even break away and head over to EE for a quick HIIRT throwdown.

So as I’ve been ultra busy the past couple of weeks with getting presentations together and writing articles elsewhere, I’d thought I’d point AM and TTP readers to this article (Leveraging Modern Technology to Achieve Ancestral Wellness) that I wrote recently for Breaking Muscle.  Some good, Paleo-leaning, fit-for-mainstream-consumption stuff that you might want to pass along to those with a budding interest in Paleo/Ancestral Wellness.

Enjoy, and I hope to see you at the 21 Convention.


In health, fitness and ancestral wellness –




  1. My sister’s a vegan. I am closer to paleo (I eat some rice and yogurt). It makes for interesting family dinners. I would argue that Paleo actually promotes animal rights more effectively that veganism: we buy meat from well-treated animals, which does more to encourage industry shift than simply opting out.


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