The good, the bad and the simply stupid

So I want to start out by saying…I’m not sure if this article/interview about Paleo belongs under the good or the simply stupid.

Am I happy that the Paleo diet is getting more positive mainstream attention? Yes.

But really? Paleoista? Bleh!

The Good

So I mentioned the other day that I had Buffalo Flank Steak from The Meat House. The Meat House gets its supply from Wild Idea Buffalo Co. AMAZING! Grass-fed, free roaming buffalo! It was delicious, tender, juicy and HEALTHY! Plus the animal was raised in a natural way that actually helps keep the Great Plains healthy and thriving!

Here is a great article courtesy of Man Biceper Heather. If you haven’t already, make sure to check it out! This guy is spot on!

This post by Fit and Feminist also made me smile. Have I mentioned before that I hate Barbie weights?

What exercise is she even doing!?!

The Bad

So while I agree that how you “fuel” is very important to your performance (and health for that matter), eating a stupid, processed “chew” isn’t any better than all the crap shown all over the ground. Sorry Gatorade.

The Simply Stupid

Wearing skinny jeans that are too tight can cause health problems. My question is: How can you possibly get those jeans that are “too tight” on? Sometimes I have a hard enough time getting my non-skinny jeans on over my quads and butt!

Ok…those jeans are a bit too tight…

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Posted on May 28, 2012, in Conventional Wisdom - How I hate you, Diet, Man Biceps, Uhm? and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. What exercise is she even doing?

    I guess I had assumed she was in the middle of a shoulder press … obviously ignoring the fact that those weights are WAY TOO SMALL for a healthy person to be doing shoulder press with …

    I like the colors on Barbie weights, though. If they made, say, 30-, 40- and 50-pound dumbbells with bright Crayola-colored vinyl coverings? I WOULD COLLECT THEM ALL.

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