Raising The Bar

02 Sep
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Hey everybody. I’ve been looking at a lot of people doing workouts using only pull-up and dip bars and I stumbled upon this video. These guys are strong, ripped and what? Vegan? What do you think about that? Would eating meat or other animal products help them in anyway? Any other thoughts on the vegan lifestyle? Any vegan friends that you are constantly debating with? Do you think a paleo and a vegan could ever have a successful relationship? Let me know what you think.

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Here’s another good video of some bar work. Action starts at 0:37. I don’t think these guys are vegans.


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P.S. – Step your bar game up.


  • http://www.facebook.com/romeocaban Romeo Vergara Caban

    SICK!  They should enter the Ninja Warrior! O_O

  • http://paleopadawan.blogspot.com Christopher Browning

    I think anyone who decides to be vegan or is already living a vegan lifestyle needs to objectively read Lierre Keith’s book before they die.

  • jonw

    “Vegan fitness star” is definitely gifted. But just imagine how much better off he’d be sneaking a little fish or something in his diet. Maybe he already is… 

  • http://paleopadawan.blogspot.com Christopher Browning

    Yeah, there are certainly the outliers who can do well on a vegetarian diet, but they are the exception not the rule. The problem arises when these few are modeled as the “ideal” vegan, when in reality there’s no way the average vegan will attain that level of fitness. There’s a very good reason that majority of the vegan community are skinny-fat, always sick, and insulin resistant, and it’s not chalked up to laziness or bad genetics.

  • http://www.facebook.com/buttup Matt Johnson

    bud don’t make you weiser!!

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