Unfortunately, humans are slow when it comes to adapting to the evolutionary pressures of eating calorie-dense foods. We clearly did not get the memo that we are too busy these days to hibernate, and that we no longer need to hunt for food. Understanding why humans crave calorie-rich food is important to understanding your own tendencies for sure. But, you can also literally fight your ancient ways with the type of “natural” exercises that our ancestors were involved in on a daily basis, with the exception of maybe Fred Flintstone… Your advantage? You have the Black Eyed Peas, an iPod, air conditioning and readily available post-exercise food and water. Today, go back in time with your workout and put the brakes on your evolutionary tendencies.diet-caveman

Caveman and Cavewoman Workout Routine


Perform each exercise for 90 seconds. Finish all of the exercises, take a one-minute break, and then repeat.

Two minutes for warm up.

Muscles Worked: Total body warm up/cardiovascular exercise.

Muscles Worked: Lower extremity, focus on quadriceps.

I know for a fact that cavemen and women did push ups… Gimme a strong 90 second bout…

Muscles Worked: Pectorals, triceps, biceps, shoulders.

You know cave people chopped wood… 🙂

Muscles Worked:Shoulders, triceps, biceps, quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings.

Fly for 90 seconds!

Muscles Worked: Glutes, hamstrings, back muscles.

Don’t forget to repeat the circuit!

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That’s what I call survival of the fittest!