Caveman Diet & Exercise
Written by Thin Thin
When a Caveman wasn't running hell-bent-for-leather from a T-Rex, he was chasing down a potential Cavewoman Love Interest (a CLI). Cavedudes got so much exercise that if they'd had modern medicine around, they would have probably lived to be 200 years old.
Balls...Cavemen didn't have balls, just round rocks - more like boulders. There was no such thing as an exercise ball. Furthermore, there wasn't any golf, basketball, baseball, football, soccer, or kickball. Just a lot of running. From T-Rex's.
Another source of activity that burned up mega energy was Fire-Building and Food Gathering. Massive trees were sawed down very slowly via jawbones of deceased mother-in-laws, and sometimes via jawbones of deceased Triceratops. When those jawbones weren't available, a fresh piranha have been used.
Speaking of fishing, can you imagine how strong the Caveman had to have been to lift one of those prehistoric fish from the sea?
Speaking of 'big', there were some big birds as well back in those days. It must have been extremely difficult to shoot down a pterodactyl without a catapult. But then the lever was discovered and all was well.
So the next time that you get to thinking that exercise sucks, it's still eons better than running from viscous dinosaurs.
Diet & Weight Loss Activity Tip
Some of the best tools for weight loss are simple tools such as the jump rope, hopping, skipping, running and walking. Modern Day Man has learned to rely on newfangled machinery to get the weight loss job done quicker and faster.
But there is something to be said for exercising in the Great Outdoors. It's hard to catch a sunset while on an iron bike, but oh so easy when one walks near dusk.
Of course, always get the thumbs up from your doctor before attempting any exercise plan. There may be a hidden condition, or your doctor may suggest some useful tips on how to lose weight at a faster rate, safely....