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Get in touch with Primitive Athlete, Ridley Park, PA. Greg Murphy, owner. Contact us for more information on any of our services including personal training, strength and conditioning training, plyometric exercise, proprioceptive technique, self-defense training, athletic performance enhancement, nutritional counseling, injury rehabilitation, and more. Personal training Ridley Park, PA. Primitive Athlete believes in a holistic approach to nutrition and personal training for achieving optimal health. Owner Greg Murphy combines his passion for fitness and training by providing his unique and personalized services to the Greater Philadelphia area community through his advanced personal training studio located in Ridley Park, PA. Greg Murphy has been proudly serving the Delaware County, PA area for over 15 years and has a background in health and nutrition, including martial arts training. Contact Primitive Athlete any time for questions or information on any of their training services or for nutritional advice. Greg Murphy believes that the general public has a vast misunderstanding of nutrition and diet, starting with fat and cholesterol. Many physicians and medical experts, with the help of the food, pharmaceutical, and medical industries and mass media have misinformed the public that all fat is bad. Actually, diets high in naturally occurring sources of saturated fat are very advantageous to the human body, which relies on these types of fats to properly function. Depriving the body of these fats is very detrimental and leads to health problems. Eating whole foods, from organic and grass-fed sources, that are high in nutrients and good fats, does not contribute to disease. What contributes to disease is a high-carbohydrate diet, refined grains, chemical additives, processed foods, genetically modified foods, and anything with hydrogenated oils, trans fats, high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweetener, certain food colorings, preservatives, and more.