August 2016

4 Lessons That We Can Learn From an Olympic Athlete

1.To give priority to long term goals This is true for every area of our life. More often than not, we do not fulfill our potential and we do not reach our goals, because we get lost in the day to day routine. More often than not, we fill our day with small tasks that […]

Ines Subashka
24.8.16

My Top 6 Stability Ball Exercises For Carving Out Your Abs

After body weight exercises and the resistance band, the best friend of an athlete is the stability ball. If you have one, it gives you the opportunity to do a lot of exercises. There are a lot of variations for core and leg exercises and you also add the stability element, which activates a lot […]

Ines Subashka
16.8.16

5 Diet Sins That We All Commit

I take a lot of time and pay a lot of attention to the people I work with. In my opinion, for them to achieve their goals, it doesn’t come to just guiding them what to eat. It requires work on a much deeper level – helping them rethink their convictions and by giving them […]

Ines Subashka
12.8.16

Sweet and Salty Pancake with Einkorn Flour

Today, I will suggest you a recipe for a sweet-salty pancake from einkorn flour. For the past two weeks, this is one of my favorite breakfasts or afternoon meals. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you’ve probably noticed my sweet- salty combinations. The realization that I do not need to eat plane food and that I do […]

Ines Subashka
9.8.16

A Letter to All Lazy and Gluttonous People

Hey you, I know that people around you, fitness experts, people you train with, have made you believe that your are lazy and gluttonous. I am right, aren’t I? How many times have they told you that you do not have enough will; that you make too many excuses; that you do not want it […]

Ines Subashka
3.8.16

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