Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness Podcast, Episode 68

Podcast PicSarah and I are back with Episode 68 of the Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness Podcast!

Click here to listen or find us on iTunes. Please submit your questions to paleopodcast@gmail.com and if you have a spare minute, please be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!!  Thank you very much and enjoy!

 

Here’s what we discuss in this episode:

  • Men and weight gain.  (7:55)
  • Stairs vs. low intensity running.  (18:52)
  • Do we ever disagree?  Any silly questions?  (32:38)
  • Exercise after pregnancy.  (52:42)

Comments

  1. Chris says

    Loved the podcast! Speaking about calories for gains and ensuring you don’t lose more weight then needed I will say that from experience I ate paleo 3 meals a day until I was full and tracked nothing and got down to 135lbs. I started tracking calories to find I only ate 2000 calories a day on average, I’m trying to gain muscle with strength training and find calorie counting off and on helpful to ensure I eat enough food. Now I know what foods are more calorically dense and nutritionally dense.

  2. Rebecca says

    Hey I really enjoy your podcast and just wanted to throw this out there. Jason, I think you are great. I don’t know how often you play back your podcasts but, my man, you do a lot of talking down about yourself. I’m sure you don’t mean to do it destructively and that it stems from wanting to be a good and humble person, but I think you need to give yourself some more credit! It’s okay to talk about how blessed you are to have a beautiful wife and daughters without telling yourself how little you deserve them. You do deserve them. Positive thinking and positive self concept is also an important part of health! ;) All the best to you both.

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