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Mark Sisson and Doug McGuff MD Interviewed by Dr. Mercola

 

 
As you might guess, both are great. I’ve since invited Dr. Mercola to The 21 Convention. While I was not able to get in touch with him directly, I did get in contact with his press agent. Highly interested at first due to both Mark and Doug being alumni speakers, but lost interest when he found out there was not going to be ~500 people at the event. This is highly irrelevant long term due to the high quality video production + online video distribution, but this is almost impossible to explain to people not intimately familiar with web video.

It’s tantamount to explaining how detrimental minimum wage laws are to the poor, or explaining why corporate tax is an illusion to an OWS protester. I may or may not try to get in contact with Dr. Mercola directly, who I think would be a great speaker. I especially like how much he hates — and rightfully so — the FDA.

– Anthony Dream Johnson

T21C Fan Drops 31 Lbs, Improves Health, Changes Life

24 years.

That’s how long it took me to get my shit together, health-wise. I’m still working on the other parts of my life but I feel like I’ve finally got my health under control.

I’ve always been a chubby kid, even in high school when I was a star lacrosse player, I was never really a great athlete. But I was active enough that I could get by with eating complete garbage every day.

I look at my photos from my junior and senior year in high school and you can tell I gained about 10-15lbs. Once I hit college and stopped playing sports I really took off. I went from being 5’8″ and 190lbs, steadily climbing until I just recently hit my highest weight ever of 270.

As with most gradual changes, I never really noticed it. I knew I was getting bigger and buying bigger clothes, but hell, there was nothing I could do.

I got serious about my health two years ago and started…

The Best in the World

This post is a tribute to the best in the world — by my judgement.

The best medical doctor in the world.

The best health blogger in the world.

The best blog in the world with a lower back focus.

The best video introduction to proper nutrition, in the world.

The best examination of bio-mechanics as it applies to exercise, in the world.

The best personal trainer, in the world.

The greatest personal trainer, in the world.

The best exercise machine in the world.

The best water bottle, in the world.

The best multi-tool for under $80, in the world.

The best personal towel, in the world.

The best seducer in the world.

The…

Great Men of Our Time

It’s been said that there are three types of men in this world – men who wish to rule over others, men who seek to obey, and men who pursue freedom, independence, and their own visions and dreams with unmeasurable vigor.

The third type of man – the passionate men who shape the world we live in, the men who live their lives as they see fit (without intruding on the right of others to do the same), and accomplish great things in the face of all odds (often to our benefit) – is an increasingly rare breed.

Yet, not all hope is lost, as those men do indeed still exist. In fact, you are looking at three of them above as you read.

Pictured from left to right are Doug McGuff MD, Mark Sisson, and Bill DeSimone – men who’s work I was very familiar with and had a lot of respect for, before meeting them just this past July at The 21 Convention 2010 of Orlando…

An In Depth Review of: The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson

Free 2 hour video by Primal Blueprint author Mark Sisson. Click to watch in HD.

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Begin official Primal Blueprint review.

 

primal blueprint review

 

I’d like to kick start this review of The Primal Blueprint by saying that there was a feeling of relief upon completing it. The practical information and understanding Mark Sisson has compiled into this book is a true first in the field of paleo diet nutrition, and perhaps “lifestyle” as well.

As it stands, this is my number one pick for understanding proper nutrition- a spot on my roster that has previously been left empty- to my dismay

Hence if you’ve checked out the resources section lately you’ll find a handful of books, that together, painted a decent picture of my views on nutrition and exercise. Individually, they all fell short in the field of nutrition.

Even the popular Paleo Diet by Loren Cordain fell short in a few (critical) areas- namely saturated fat and…