Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Fullbody Fat Blaster

5 Rounds of:

10 Dumbbell Snatches R/L
10 Kettlebell Swings
10 Dumbbell Push Presses
10 Spiderman Push-ups


Doc D is starting a 30 day Paleo Diet Challenge. If you're interested in participating for the next 30 days listen to his radio show tonight.

www.gtownradio.com

or

www.rhinohealth.blogspot.com

Check it out, could be a great way to kickstart those '09 resolutions.

10 comments:

Pamela MacElree said...

I'll give it a whirl.

RhinoChiroCenter said...

I am on day 3 (I wanted an early start), and I feel pretty good. The post-christmas/newyears bloat was gone in a day and a half. The vegetarian perspective will be very cool Pam

Sam L said...

Paleo is great. Paleo-zone I like even better. Paleo type foods in the Zone style.

I have not been following either latley-- AT ALL. 2 summers ago I followed it strictly and got in great shape.

Pamela MacElree said...

I would disagree with that Sammy. I like Paleo but not Zone style block counting, way too much to measure when you're trying to simplify your life.

Sam L said...

Good point-- it does make it harder.

Pamela MacElree said...

I was expecting a little bit of resistance, I'm suprised.

Rich said...

New Year, New Sammy...

Sam L said...

It is more difficult Pam---True. But Paleo-Zone is more effective.

You can eat Paleo type foods but what if you skip breakfast and only eat a big dinner? Or a Huge breakfast and lunch and no dinner? Not as effective.

I found that eating your blocks at the proper times helped me the best.

Now let me get back to my horrific stomach virus. That is how I lose weight.

RhinoChiroCenter said...

Sam, I thought you kept your figure the same way Robin Quivers does (if you get my drift)

Pamela MacElree said...

You can still Paleo and eat 5-6 times a day without the Zone. I'm glad it works for you, stick to it! It's just not my thing, although maybe my biggest turnoff was my 6 almond snack. Then again I don't sport washboard abs either.