Paolo Busignani is an Exercise Physiologist by trade.
Meaning it sounds like he’s smart, but no one really knows what he does. He is qualified to answer your fitness questions because he wears tight black shirts and warm up pants.
I heard recently that a beer after working out is better than chocolate milk for recovery. Have you heard about this?
There is a lot of bad information out there so I’m glad that you asked. Beer as a good recovery drink? What a bunch of nonsense! Tequila is what you’re looking for. It comes from the agave plant, therefore it is plant based and it is good for you. Your blood is circulating very quickly after exercise so make sure you have 4-5 shots immediately afterwards. Make sure you use salt for water retention and a lemon for a Vitamin C boost.
I want to try the Paleo diet. Have you heard much about it?
The Paleo diet is where you eat like a caveman. The rationale behind this is that cavemen were exceptionally fit. Here’s what you do. Go into your backyard and get a really sharp stick. Venture out into the woods wearing a fur coat (it helps with authenticity), find a wild animal and kill it. The more dangerous the beast, the higher the protein content. I recommend an elephant at the zoo or perhaps a Eurasian wild boar. Make sure you eat the meat raw. Raw food has more nutrients than cooked food.
I’m into holistic living and I have found that me being positive increases my positive energy and leads to a better workout. What do you think?
There has to be balance. With you soaking up so much positive energy, you are creating a bunch of negative energy that others have to absorb. In fact, scientist discover that there has been increase in divorces and depression lately due to all of the negative energy emitted from Southern Florida and Coastal California. Try using magic crystals or beach glass, they help to balance energy.
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