RRCD Podcast 2

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Relentless Roger and the Caveman Doctor Episode 2

 

 
What happens when you merge the worlds of doctor and personal trainer?
 
What do you find at the crossroads of medicine, theory and practice?

 
Yes, we’re back for Episode #2!
 

The Relentless Roger and the Caveman Doctor (RRCD) Podcast: Simplifying complex issues for healthy living

The podcast exists to take our daily efforts in the physical world and distill usable information for you, the listener. We are still in feedback mode, so please hit us up with comments and questions. It’s all about you!
 
Lastly, the podcast should be on iTunes sometime next week.
 
Click here for Episode #2
 

In Episode #2, Roger and Colin:

    4. Also from the Episode (if you live in Philadelphia) – help bring CJ Hunt and In Search of the Perfect Human Diet (see video below) to town by liking this Facebook page.

 

 
Other Episode mentions include:
Dean Dwyer @thatshiftguy
Philly CowShare @phillycowshare
Dr. John Briffa @drbriffa
Dr. William Davis @williamdavismd
Foam Rolling!
 

 
Stay tuned for next week’s podcast!
 

 
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2 Comments

  1. Deanie

    I am loving the podcast, and all cheesiness aside, totally dig the Caveman Corner and Relentless Report (maybe I just really love alliteration haha). I am definitely not a calorie/macro counter, but anytime I make an adjustment to my nutrition I will plug the info into a counter and just see where the numbers fall. These days I have my sugar clocking in at around 20 grams, and even with strength training and met con training I seem to be doing great here!

    I also really appreciate the input/output reminder. What you put in – in all aspects of life – truly matters, although we often forget about it. “Philosophical” as it may be, it makes a difference!

    Love it guys! Keep it coming!

    Reply
    1. cavemandoctor (Post author)

      Thanks for the comments and glad you like the podcast!

      Awesome about your sugar numbers! I agree too – I engage in pretty extreme strength training and am not missing sugar at all.

      People do need to reconnect with their food – how it’s made, processed, etc. and definitely need to spend more time and effort making sure it’s healthy.

      Thanks again!
      -CD

      Reply

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