August 2015

IFS Podcast #10 with Tristan Haggard: Ketogenic Diet As a Tool for Health, Performance and Beyond

My guest today is Tristan Haggard and you’ve probably read some of his great articles on The Primal Edge Health.com or you’ve watched some of his great, helpful videos on Youtube. Tristan is not like the other health gurus, because he approaches health and fitness through a different perspective – he looks on that through the […]

Ines Subashka
25.8.15

Do Them Everywhere: My Favorite Exercises for Strong and Sexy Abs

Lately, I’ve been inclined to add more exercise variations in my training and test different training methods. It kind of takes me out of the routine of being involved in physical activity for the past 14 years. It turned out that shopping bags work great not just for the groceries, and for the trash, but […]

Ines Subashka
24.8.15

3 Reasons You Are Not Losing Weight Despite Your Training and Nutrition

I work with over 40 online clients, every month and with at least as much in my IFS gym. In the process I observe a lot of the mistakes that most people make. The place where everybody trips over is the diet. The moment when people start believing that in order to lose weight, they […]

Ines Subashka
22.8.15

4 Pulling Exercises That You Are Not Doing – But You Should!

I always get surprised when somebody tells me that he or she is bored to train in the gym – ït’s always the same boring exercises”. As I love saying “only boring people feel bored. It is true for everything!” Workouts can be different and exciting no matter how long you have been training – […]

Ines Subashka
17.8.15

IFS Podcast #9: Borge Fagerli – Carbs at Night & Seasonal Variation In Nutrient Intake

In this episode of the IFS Podcast, I had a really interesting talk with Borge Fagerli. Borge is a Norwegian strength coach who looks deep at lifestyle factors and underlying health. He advocates a nutritional approach he terms the BioRhythm Diet, which looks at the connection between diet and circadian rhythms. You can read some […]

Ines Subashka
7.8.15

The Paradox About Eating Carbs

Nowadays, thanks to our intellectual evolution, we have managed to create an artificial environment that we call our world and life. Our daily life is abundant with commodities, which take away the need to adapt to environmental changes, that accompany seasonal variations; we do not need to go through the seasonal abundance of foods during […]

Ines Subashka
5.8.15

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