Josh Singer

As a recent recent high school graduate, I've seen a lot of kids struggling with health and fitness over my years in school. I went Primal when my physical trainer helped me really focus on my physical well-being in training for my baseball career. I credit a large percentage of my health and well being on and off the baseball field to my Primal lifestyle.

An idea came to the my mind to create a website where kids going into college could find great information on health and nutrition as well as functional fitness. I am extremely excited to be able to write about health in the college world, as a lot of times kids forget how to eat healthy when they go off to the college world.

While we saw this as an opportunity to reach out to the college world, we also wanted this site to be a resource for people of all ages struggling with their health as a place for them to go and find great resources and information.

Feel free to email me or Max at cavemancollege@gmail.com with any questions you may have.

Why I Stopped Following The Paleo Diet–Part II

Why I Stopped Following The Paleo Diet–Part II

In a recent CC post, Max discussed his movement from a strict “Paleo” diet to becoming more flexible with food based on a variety of factors including food availability and what the effects of specific foods are on his body (acne, upset stomach, etc.). Both of us are athletic and we workout regularly, both using […]

The Importance of Fish Oil

The Importance of Fish Oil

It smells horrible. Tastes even worse. Your friends or family members might have been told to take fish oil by their physician, and like most advice we get from our doctors, we take it blindly and do what they say. Who actually knows what fish oil is? How about how it works in your body […]

Lessons Learned at Ironman 70.3 Syracuse

Lessons Learned at Ironman 70.3 Syracuse

As I now sit in my hotel room and think about today’s events, I am filled with mixed emotions. I am very happy I woke up and went out to compete in the half Ironman. I am not so happy about how it turned out, and I will explain why. Whether you’re a triathlete or […]

The One Thing You Should Do Everyday

The One Thing You Should Do Everyday

As summer finally rolls around, it is a great opportunity to talk about what we’ve all missed out on during the busy year. That’s right, we’ve all been spending so much time trying to advance our careers, academics, or whatever you were doing during the year, but no matter what you were doing, you were […]

5 Tips to Survive Eating Out

5 Tips to Survive Eating Out

You may think it’s impossible to eat out primally. Well you’d be wrong. First of all, there are plenty of ways to manipulate current menu items to make them more Paleo, and secondly, more and more restaurants are actually moving to “healthier” menu items. Obviously it is worth discussing what exactly “healthy” means, but for […]

The Importance of Stretching

The Importance of Stretching

The following is a guest post by Stephanie Holtman. Stretching is an integral part of training, and should be as routine as the workout itself. However, it is often overlooked or under-appreciated. Depending on the type of training you do, it can be crucial to improvement as well as necessary to prevent injury. Hopefully you […]