A Tree-Climbing Modern-Caveman’s Secrets To Living Ancestrally In A Modern World.

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That guy in the photo above climbing the tree like an ancient ape is Tony Federico.

Tony is one of the leaders of the Paleo movement, and a guy I met several years ago at the PaleoFx conference. He is the host of the Paleo Magazine Radio podcast, editor of Paleo Fitness Magazine, and the author of “Paleo Grilling: A Modern Caveman's Guide to Cooking with Fire“. In addition to his work in the Paleo community, Tony is a full-time personal trainer with 10 years of experience in the fitness industry…

…and he's quite knowledgeable on living ancestrally in a modern world, even if you don't have any desire to be a coconut-collecting caveman.

During our discussion, you'll discover:

-How Tony has biohacked his office to make it more ancestral…

-Why sitting isn't necessarily evil…

-How you can figure out what's ancestral and what's not…

-How you can sleep ancestrally, yet still live a modern life with streetlights, car headlights, night work, etc…

-How you can tweak your electronic environment at work to be more ancestral…

-Whether Crossfit, Spartan, triathlons, etc. are ancestral forms of movement…

-And much more!

Resources from this episode:

Daylamp Light

Stand Steady

Melatonin Patch

NASA Clean Air Study

The Paleo Manifesto book by John Durant

MovNat by Erwin Le Corre

Do you have questions, comments or feedback for Tony or me about marrying modern living with ancestral fitness? Leave your thoughts below and one of us will reply.


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