Work out like a modern caveman | Life & Style:
"Bare-chested, barefoot and bearded, they can be seen running along, arms swinging low to the ground. In New York they are known as the New Cavemen — modern city dwellers trying to eat and exercise like our Paleolithic ancestors. The basic idea is that as humans have evolved, a gap has opened between our fundamental physical needs and capabilities and how most of us live. Our ancestors ate simpler food, plants and meat with no grains, milk or processed foods, and got plenty of exercise hunting and gathering. They did not hit the gym after eight hours in front of a computer screen, or devour convenience store snacks. They may have only lived to 30, due to brutal weather and vicious animals, but if they were around today their physiques and general health would put us all to shame."