December 2016

A Letter to The Women Who Do Not Like Their Bodies

Hi, I know that for years, holidays cause more anxiety and nervousness, than anticipation and joy. I know that instead of focusing on the fact that you are surrounded by the people you love and the joy of the shared moments and fun, you are self-conscious about your flaws – the once that you create […]

Ines Subashka
30.12.16

Fit After The Holidays: 7 Easy Tips That Will Help You Get Back On Track with Your Diet

I wish that this type of posts were unnecessary. Still, I would fool myself, if I suggest that everybody ate, extremely, healthy during the holidays; that everybody ate enough, without indulging and overeating. I am sure that if you are reading this post, you make enough efforts, in order to be healthy and fit. Still, […]

Ines Subashka
27.12.16

Is Fatigue A Good Sign of High Intensity Training?

The way we perceive a certain thing, does not always correspond to what is actually taking place in reality. This is true for working out and the way we perceive different types of training. For the past couple months, I’ve been tracking my pulse during workouts where I lift weights; different reps or sets number; […]

Ines Subashka
20.12.16

6 Delusions About High Intensity Workouts

I’ve been postponing this article for some time, but I find it important, so let’s start. Today, we will talk about intensity – if our workouts are intensive enough, in order to back up our goals. Before we understand if we train with high intensity, we need to know what intensity means. Here comes the […]

Ines Subashka
9.12.16

5 Ways Your Body Is Trying to Tell: “You Need to Change Your Diet”

Today I will show you nutrition from a different angle. I read messages on a daily basis where people share that they are gluttonous, they do not have will and they can’t live without bread and chocolate. All of these are just labels that help us identify, when in reality the labels show us just […]

Ines Subashka
1.12.16

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