January 2017

Neck and Shoulder Pain As A Result of The Way We Sleep

We have fallen to believe that a couple hours of exercise, a week, are enough care for the body and enough physical activity. In reality, it matters what we do most of the time, not some of the time. The way we move throughout of the day or the way we do not move, has […]

Ines Subashka
31.1.17

Podcast #13: Jeff Rothschild – Intermittent Fasting, Female Athletes Nutrition and Circadian Biology

In this podcast, Jeff gives amazing advice for endurance athletes, when it comes to nutrition manipulation around different workouts; some important considerations for the female athletes and how different phases of the menstrual cycle can impact performance and carb cravings; as well as, we discuss really interesting topics around fasting, circadian biology and night shifts. […]

Ines Subashka
26.1.17

3 Ways We Can Improve Our Diet If We Do Not Eat Meat

Our diet is equally a matter of instinct as a matter of personal choice. Quite often, instead of listening to our body, we read about what it needs and try to force it to feel that need. Anyone who has followed a diet or read about healthy eating has gone through this phase. I support […]

Ines Subashka
21.1.17

Pumpkin Cream for Picky Eaters

It doesn’t matter if you like pumpkin. You will for sure like this mousse. A lot of people who claim they don’t like pumpkin, have already tried the mousse and are surprised with the great taste. Healthy eating is something simple and it doesn’t require much time, just some imagination how you could combine different […]

Ines Subashka
17.1.17

7 Easy Exercises for Hip Mobility

  One of the most common complaints of trainees is that they have knee pan. One of every three people says that he can’t squat or do lunges, because of knee pain. Everybody thinks that they have knee problems, but more often than not, knee problems come from another place. As Gray Cook says: “The […]

Ines Subashka
9.1.17

IFS Winter Challenge 2017: Start Today – Get Fit Forever

Holidays are often a reason to make a step back – in training and nutrition and the way we treat our bodies. Some people use this step back as a motivation and a trampoline to better results. They achieve so much more throughout the months that follow. Others, use this step back as an anchor […]

Ines Subashka
3.1.17

For the New Year I Have Cleaned Out My Life – What about You?

“Exhalation is not letting out air, but letting out the ego in the form of breath. When you exhale, you become humble, while pride comes with inhalation. To realize that is to realize the difference between attachment and lack of attachment” – B. K. S. Iyengar, The Tree of Yoga Growth comes with the ability […]

Ines Subashka
3.1.17

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