This means a lot of great reads! I had an amazing week. My clients are getting stronger and more athletic. They are my daily dose of inspiration and I start loving more and more what I do( if that is even possible 😉 ). Hope you had an amazing week! Keep up the great work! Don’t forget that you are doing everything for yourself and your body! Eat clean and train smart and heavy! 😉 Move more during the weekend and while you take a rest, read my favorite reads! First, the articles on InspiredFitStrong for the past week, in case you missed something: Women and Fruit Diets: How Fruits Actually Interfere with Your Weight Loss Progress How Heavy is Too Heavy Your Reasons (Excuses) For Not Eating Healthy and My Solutions Beth’s No-Bake Banana Cream Pie Are You Doing This Too? Push Ups: How to Perform Them Correctly and What Are The Most Common Mistakes And now my favorite reads of the week: Max On Longevity Converted Paleo Figure Competitor 35 Essential Life Lessons So Is Organic a Scam How to Do Perfect Kettlebell Press? My Morning Cup of What The Eff: New York Times Thinks Women Can’t Do Pull Ups What Happens to Your Body When You Carb Binge Know Thyself Cheat Meal Help or Hindrance For Fat Is Overtraining Always Bad Some Guy Might Get Chicked by Lindsey Yonn How to Eat Your Way Pave The Way The Last Two or Three Repetitions How Wheat Is Killing People 9 Ways You Are Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Hip, Leg and Trunk Mobility Be The CEO of Your Life ( I recommend you read this post!!!) Getting a High School Football Team to WOD Intermittent Fasting and Bulking Coming Clean ( a MUST read especially for the ladies!!!) Protein I Crossfit Because People Piss Me Off Crossfit for Women Runners 8 Ways to Screw Up a Row by Eric Cressey Floor Press by Mike Robertson Actual Hip Thrust Loading Progressions Spanning Multiple Months by Bret Contreras Training or Entertaining by Vince McConnell Make a Difference by Dan John Strength and Aerobic Training in the Same Session: Does the Order Matter? by Patrick Ward Cheat Meal: Help or Hindrance For Fat Loss? by Jen Comas Keck 10 Ways to Sustain a Training Effect by Eric Cressey Bigger, Better, Safer Biceps by Sean Hyson Do I Have to Run to Lose Weight? by Joe Dowdell It’s a Little Thing, But It Works by Dan John What Do You Make? by Mike Boyle How to Eat Your Way Jacked by Jason Ferruggia Heidens with External Rotation Stick by Eric Cressey Interview with Bret Contreras Smart, Strong, and Sexy by John Romaniello 60+ Years Old and Still Going Strong by Ross Enamait My Guide to Eating For Muscle by Brad Pilon Printable Kitchen Cheat Sheets by Kellie Davis Seven Favorite Meals by Tony Gentilcore How to Fix Stubborn Muscle Growth by Chad Waterbury Interview with JC Deen Chris Beardsley Articles How to Warm Up by Conor Nordengren Shoulder Adaptations Over the Course of a Baseball Season by Chris Beardsley Buying in Bulk For the Athlete by Mitch Calvert Tips for Women to Warm Up Properly from Nia Shanks Back Training Tips for Dummies by Mitch Calvert Rock the First Hour of Your Day by Jeremy Duvall The “C” Word by Kaila Prins But You Still Have to Go to the Gym by Kaila Prins Does Off Ice Training Improve On Ice Performance? by Kevin Neeld Leave a Legacy by Justin Wetherby Drink, Sit, and Feel Miserable by Mike Baltren 10 Ways to Improve Your Health Inside the Home by David Lasnier Slap Genetics in the Face by Rich Thaw P.S. If you liked this post, please take a minute and share it with your friends! I’d greatly appreciate it! Don’t forget to join my Facebook page! Thank you!
And one picture from yesterday’s workout!
Ines Subashka and some machines
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