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Old 10-30-2008, 11:24 PM   #91
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that and eat 80% paleoish.....20% whatever you can lay your hands on.....never count or measure anything....and go out and enjoy life before it goes right by.
WOW I like that philosophy!!!!
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Old 10-31-2008, 06:48 AM   #92
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That sounds like the way to go, Joe.

You got 'described' in the Outside article on Gym Jones, btw...made me smile.

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"described"? Is there a link to that article that I can check out, or do I need to just pick up a copy somewhere?
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Old 10-31-2008, 09:34 AM   #93
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I couldn't find it online. It's a good article in the November issue- the guy that wrote it was in your seminar.

Also of interest (but out of my willingness to pay) is the new Gym Jones site, discussed here:

https://members.gymjones.com/salvation.php

Also, my favorite rant of the season:

http://www.gymjones.com/schedule.php?date=20081026

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Old 10-31-2008, 10:05 AM   #94
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I love where this thread has gone.

Truley if I were to say one thing brougth about the most healthy change in my eating it would be IF. Something happens and my body starts sending me messages that make since and I can eat intuitively. No more measuring and what not. Sometimes I keep track of my intake to see what I have been doing and what results I am getting but very rarely is it because I am trying to control my intake as much as understand it.

Maybe I will try out that ABCDE thoiugh worth a shot

Oh and rachel I am breaking a fast as we speak with some apple pear some raw cheese and aWHOLE lot of raw almond butter.... Yummmmmm! LOL
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Old 11-02-2008, 06:35 AM   #95
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I couldn't find it online. It's a good article in the November issue- the guy that wrote it was in your seminar.

Also of interest (but out of my willingness to pay) is the new Gym Jones site, discussed here:

https://members.gymjones.com/salvation.php

Also, my favorite rant of the season:

http://www.gymjones.com/schedule.php?date=20081026

Craig
I finally checked out the article, it was a pretty good write up. For the record though, I was never a SWAT commander, just a team member. I will never hear the end of it if any of the guys from my team see that.
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Old 11-05-2008, 03:36 AM   #96
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Just from my personal experience, the whole AD thing really has screwed with my metabolism. Prior to giving it a try I was basically doing a 19 hour fast/ 5 hour feed IF, with Paleo food choices and Zone block ratios 15-18 blocks. THat was the leanest I ever was and the best I ever felt and it seemed that I could quickly make changes in my physique by simply altering my training and not having to make dietary changes. Since coming off the AD and going back to doing what I was doing before I have had a lot of stomach problems, I generally feel like crap and I have added a good bit of bodyfat.
Hey Joe, I took the above quote off the thread about losing muscle. What sort of stomach problems have you been having? And what's your diet like now?
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Old 11-05-2008, 07:27 AM   #97
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I pretty much returned to what I was doing before the AD, Zone proportions (15-18 blocks a day ), Paleo food choices, 16-20 hour daily fasts. As far as the stomach trouble goes , I have had a sort of burning in my stomach , along with a good bit of bloating, and without getting to descriptive: "Like a goose" would be a good way to put it. I almost have felt like I am dealing with some sort of stomach virus, but it's been going on for two weeks now.
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