Paleo f(x) 2015

Paleo f(x)™, the largest live Paleo event in the world, returns to Austin April 24-26, 2015.

About the event…

– The Who's Who gathering of the Paleo movement, with world-class speakers including New York Times best-selling authors, physicians, nutritionists, research scientists, professional athletes, trainers, sustainability and food activists, biohackers, and more.

– Early confirmed speakers: Robb Wolf, Mark Sisson, Dallas & Melissa Hartwig, John Kiefer, Ben Greenfield, Darryl Edwards, Nell Stephenson, James Fitzgerald, and more. That's the very early list. Dozens of exciting additions TBA.

Check out the teaser!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaY1psCJ0dw

 – See all confirmed speakers here. The list will grow significantly in the coming weeks and months.

– Five concurrent stages: the Keynote Stage, Mastermind Panel Stage, Paleo On Ramp stage for beginners, Strength and Conditioning stage, and Cooking Demo stage.

– Something for everyone: a variety of Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced sessions, including Paleo 101 talks by experts, for beginners.

– A big focus on the social: networking sessions, meetups, parties, and more. 2015 is about making new friends and colleagues, and forging great connections.

– The Strength and Conditioning expo floor with demos and workshops lead by master trainers and natural movement experts.

– The Paleo f(x)™ vendor and sponsor fair — an array of health-conscious, paleo-friendly vendors and sponsors.

– This year we claim the entire Palmer Event Center, a premier event space in downtown Austin, adjacent to the city's best food, music, and culture — we're three times bigger than ever before!

Early Bird Tickets are now on sale! Register early and save. And remember that tickets sold out in 2013 and 2014. 

Register now!

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