Paleo Fitness

Paleo Fitness

By Brett Stewart, Darryl Edwards & Jason Warner

  • Release Date : 2013-02-18
  • Genre : Diet & Nutrition
  • FIle Size : 7.19 MB
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The best way to get a strong, lean physique is to eat and work out the way nature intended. Paleo Fitness guides you through the fitness and exercise plan anthropological evidence has proven to be the most efficient, healthiest way to live—work out in the real world, for the real world. A healthy, athletic physique is as easy as tuning in to how your body evolved. This book shows how to work out with functional, playful, and primal movements for:
• improved strength, speed & stamina
• greater mobility & flexibility
• life-long fitness & good health

Packed with step-by-step exercises, a two-week meal plan and delicious, satisfying, healthy recipes, Paleo Fitness helps you use the high-intensity methods proven to increase fitness in the shortest possible time.


  • Learn how to get Paleo fit!

    By Just Chill
    A great way to discover a new way to get fit and to live a healthier lifestyle!
  • The most straight forward Paleo Diet and Fitness book

    By Arianna Morgans
    Anyone who is lucky enough to have met or worked with Darryl Edwards will know that he has a unique way of conveying some pretty complex information in a digestible and simplistic way. His first book; Paleo Fitness, adopts the same common sense approach making it by far the most straight forward book on Paleo I have read yet. It also has the added advantage of being written by a British author, immediately making you feel at home. The Paleo diet is not new to me, but I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a great opening to Paleo - it not only has everything you need to get started on the diet front but also has a selection of fitness plans to suit all abilities including, individual photographs and explanations of each of the movements. If you are already on the Paleo Diet, this book acts as a valuable reference resource, with clearly marked sections making it easy to dip in and out and find what you are looking for. There's a 2-week diet plan and a delicious recipe section, which brings some exciting new ideas to the Paleo Diet like the Coconut Surprise "Cereal". What I also love is the FAQ section at the back, which answers all of those initial, transitional questions you have when making the change over to Paleo. Darryl is a not only a Primal diet and movement expert, but I believe a philosopher too, so expect not only to be told what is good and what is bad, but also why. The `why' part is the bit that teaches you and helps you remain on track with your Paleo Fitness plan. We are very lucky to have Darryl here in the UK; I hope this is the first of more books to come from such an insightful author and teacher.
  • An amazing book, highly recommended for all.

    By Ne13-10
    Although I am not a native English speaker, this book was easy to follow. Finally I have found a book that is very logical and clear. What I really love about this book is that I discovered that breakfast can be more than just a few boiled eggs (which I have been used to eating for the last 2 years). Now I have a number of alternative, quick breakfasts. The structured meal plan makes the paleo diet easier to follow as it means I don't have to question is something Paleo or not. Lots of good recipe examples. The exercises are a breath of fresh air, and are lots of fun. Simple movement can be so functional. It gives you ideas of how you can work out at home, without lots of equipment or lots of space and make it an amazing workout. You don't need a gym at home, you can go outside. Reading about Darryl's story felt very similar to my situation, sitting all day in the office, lots of stress, not enough time to have proper lunch. It makes me realise I can succeed too, and it is worth trying to make healthier choices.