Mark Sisson

Mark Sisson

Mark_Sisson Mark Sisson is a 57 year old expert on primal and paleo diets. He’s most well known for his blog: Marks Daily Apple. A former elite endurance racer, Mark transformed into one of the premiere voices in the world of paleo eating and primal nutrition.

Mark Sisson Biography

The oldest of 4 children, Mark was born & raised in Maine. A natural runner, he ran throughout high school and college and went on to pursue a professional running career. His effort culminated in a top 5 finish in the 1980 US National Marathon Championships and a qualifying spot for the 1980 US Olympic Trials.

After retiring from running in 1998, Mark went on to write several books and be involved in the fitness industry in order to help others prevent the injuries he incurred throughout his running career.

He’s been married to his wife, Carrie, for over 19 years and has two kids, Devyn, 18, and Kyle, 15.

He started blogging at Mark’s Daily Apple in 2006.

Books Written by Mark Sisson

Mark has written several books. He’s most known for the titles listed below.

  • The Primal BluePrint by Mark Sisson
  • Maximum Results
  • The Fat Control System
  • The Anti-aging Report
  • The Lean Lifestyle Program

Additional Media by Mark Sisson

 

Videos By Mark Sisson

The Lost Art of Play

Low Carb Paleo w/ Mark Sisson

Mark Sisson on TV: View from the Bay

Mark Sisson: Are Those Low-Carb Diets Healthy?

Lose Weight With Primal Plan

 

Contact Mark Sisson

Website: Marks Daily Apple

Contact: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/contact/#axzz2A02ycpIq

Email: Mark@MarksDailyApple.com

Twitter : @Mark_Sisson

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marksdailyapple

Additional Websites: Primal Blueprint | Primal Nutrition

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