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You can’t out-exercise a crappy diet, and it appears you can’t out-exercise a crappy desk job either.
Exercise is just one of four lifestyle behaviors found to significantly extend our lifespan.
Assuming all goes well with your process goals, you’ll start to see yourself inching closer to achieving your outcome goals.
Exercise really does “clear out the cobwebs” and improve your mental clarity and brain function – especially if you pair it with a healthy diet.
After you’ve eaten like a cave man — focusing on meat, veggies, fruits and nuts and foregoing dairy, grains, refined sugar and anything processed — what’s next? Working out like our Paleolithic ancestors.
Paleo exercise is based on the same principle as the Paleo diet: do what you’re designed to do.
When you begin to cross-train in these short but powerful bursts and find time to move by doing what you love, you make exercise a part of your life as your ancestors did. Soon your body will reach its potential and flourish.