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I’ve always been fascinated by wildlife and I hold great admiration for their raw strength, power, agility, and grace. I’ve been lucky enough to have been up close to many of these wonderful athletic animals, and I believe we can learn a lot from wildlife and nature about how the world works, even in the ‘civilised society’ we live in today. One of those things animals can teach us a thing or two about, of course, is athleticism.
Every so often in the world of fitness/strength and conditioning, a new diet will come to prominence and everybody will start jumping on the bandwagon like there’s no tomorrow. Atkins diet, Paleo diet, Alkaline diet, Twinky diet.. you get the gist.
Most of the time, these diets are just not sustainable. People end up quitting after a month, fatter than when they first started.
Instead, why not just train hard, increase your conditioning, walk a little more, eat a little less? Sounds more sensible to me. When I first heard about intermittent fasting (IF), however, I was intrigued.