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Great Sources of High-Quality Meat and "Bring Sally Up"

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What with the Paleo Challenge in full swing, sometimes one of the hardest things to do is to find really high-quality meat at reasonable prices. Here are some ways that I manage my own Paleo Budget:

  • When shopping, look for the specials and buy those cuts. Ask your butcher for advice about cooking them if the cuts are unfamiliar to you.
  • Same goes when buying fish – try some different kinds, especially the small fatty ones – mackerel, sardines and anchovies are VERY good for you, though they may take some getting used to. They’re also pretty inexpensive!
  • Ground beef is a really versatile ingredient, and the great thing is that with the Paleo diet, you are good to go on buying the higher fat-content grind – which is generally a little less expensive!
  • If you have a freezer, buy a whole animal or part of an animal from a rancher. The following sources are ones that I’ve used personally and been really happy with:


It sometimes takes a bit of creative shopping to get the best quality food at the best prices. But I really do believe that when you regularly eat such high-quality food, you’ll notice the difference in how you feel and perform, and won’t want to go back!



Wednesday’s Workout

Front Squat – 5 Sets of 3 at 75% of 1 RM (see 10/2 or 10/8)
Rest 60-90 seconds between sets

Push Press – Perform 3 Sets of Maximum Reps at 1 RM of Shoulder Press (see 10/8)
Rest 60-90 seconds between sets

Anchored Back Extensions or GHD Back Extensions – 3 sets of 10-20 reps

WOD: “Bring Sally Up”
Front Squat (115/85)

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