Maximize your workout with lean proteins and superior carbohydrates. Paleo Diet for Athletes is the ultimate guide to building strength and endurance by feeding your body foods that get results.
The Paleo diet is a lifestyle change, not a weight loss fad. Paleo athletes eat nutritious, natural, and unprocessed foods that build muscle, boost stamina, and increase workout time. Paleo Diet for Athletes is your guide to transform how you eat and exercise:
Fuel your workouts before, during, and after training sessions with easy-to-prepare recipes.
Bulk-up and lean-out with meal plans designed to build muscle mass and reduce body fat.
Learn the science behind proper eating for your specific sport and workout goals.
Benefit from the healthy meal plans regardless of your athletic ability or weight loss objectives.
Get the most out of your sport without depriving yourself of healthy, delicious food. Paleo Diet for Athletes is the comprehensive plan for getting in shape and staying fit.
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Yes if they were an athlete and strongly considering a Paleo diet. It provides practical DIY details into how to hone such a diet for specific sports.
I thought there would be more variety to the diet described. My biggest take away was that sweet potatoes and walnuts are awesome and grains are not. So that was less than expected.
Yes. Not too fast or slow or out of tone. It was boring sometimes though. Buying a Paleo cookbook might have been just as effective.
No. Unless they make a cooking channel showing how to make some of the foods described. I actually tried a couple of the recipes. Seeing someone do the food prep as it's being described could be really useful.
While I enjoyed this snippet into a diet that I don't use I think there was other less time consuming ways to find out what this book explains. i.e. a few specific internet searches could get most of it. The book just puts it in an organized grouping. If an interested reader is on the fence I'd say just do some Googling. Look into: Paleo's origins, science behind it, key tenants, adaptations for athletes, and FAQ. That's the book in a nutshell.