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How was your week? I hope that you start having a more positive outlook on life; I hope that you don’t allow the ugliness to intrude in your days and instead you are focusing on the wonderful things that surround you! This week I had a little injury and unlike other times, this time I decided to have a wiser approach, so I didn’t work out with weights. Instead, I spend the whole week in the pool! I really miss lifting weights, but I hope that next week I will feel good enough to start lifting again!

So if you are in a  similar situation, remember that it is far better to stop working out for just one week, then spend your whole life not working out… if you get what I mean! 😉

And here are my favorite reads of the week..

First, the articles on InspiredFitStrong for the past week:

How Do You Know If You Are Fit Enough? Check Out!

What Is The Best Healthy Afternoon Snack?

Why Women Who Lift Weights, Don’t Get The Look of Women Weightlifters?

DO You Hate Doing Cardio? Check Its Substitute!

Don’t Read This If You Hate Your Job

Sunday Fruit Smoothie

And now my favorite reads of the week:

How Many Sprinters Does It Take To Change a Lightbulb

No Ice After Injury or Hard Training That Fad Advice is Bad Advice

When It Is But It Isn’t

Crossfit Certification Level 1

6 Benefits of Creatine: 3 You Knew, 3 You Probably Didn’t

A Recovering Endurance Addict

It’s Hard Work Making It Look This Hard

One Year Wiser

Psoas! So What?


Understanding Your Abs

Shoulder Mobility

Awaken The Glute Monster

4 Steps To Fix Your Squat

60 Days Paleo Shocked Doctor In Good Way

Pass Pritein Shake: Pre and Post Workout Nutrition

Alan Aragon Articles

Not All Questions About Strength Need to be Answered by Dan John

Just Be Compliant by Tony Gentilcore

New Strength Coach Podcast

Passion as a Trainer by Ross Enamait

Quick and Easy Ways to Feel and Move Better by Greg Robins

7 Overlooked Habits of Very Successful Lifters by Jesse Irizarry

Lessons Learned from Marvin Eder by Aris DeMarco

3 Myths of Scapula Exercises by Mike Reinold

20 Characteristics of a Real Man by Chad Howse

Vladimir Zatsiorsky Interview

Prepare the Child for the Path, Not the Path for the Child by Mike Boyle

9 Ways to Do Cardio by John Romaniello

Is a 300 Pound Bench Rare? by Tim Henriques

Interview with Dave Tenney

3 Moves to Bigger Shoulders by Joe Dowdell

Rows or Pulldowns for Back Width? by Chris Beardsley

Post ACL and the Quad by Charlie Weingroff

How Often Should You Eat? by Yoni Freedhoff

Ideal Metabolism by Brad Pilon

Interview with Kelly Baggett

5 Reasons to Use Speed Deadlifts by Eric Cressey

I Work Hard, But I’m Not Stupid by Lee Boyce

Massage and Stress Related Symptoms by Patrick Ward

Negative Imaging by Jeff Cubos

A Day In the Life of Calories In < Calories Out by Kaila Prins

Should You Make Your Own Gym Equipment? by Jason Ferruggia

Why Women Should Lift Heavy Weights by Nia Shanks

4 Weeks to Bigger Legs by Dan Trink

The Squat Pattern by Zach Moore

Finish Him by Sean Hyson

Fat Loss, Athletic Longevity, and Seniors by Alwyn Cosgrove

Thanksgiving Portion Guide from Kellie Davis

Developing a Youth In-Season Hockey Training Model by Kevin Neeld

The Ultimate Vacation Training Program by JC Deen

Favorite Exercise for Strengthening the Back by Smitty Diesel

4 Steps to Fix Your Squat by Tony Bonvechio

Are You a Former Fat Boy? by BJ Gaddour

13 Ways to Vary Any Exercise by Jon Goodman

Earthing Products by Kevin Neeld

Let Us Be Thankful For Strength and Family by Emily Giza Socolinsky

The Best Exercise You May Not Be Doing by Mike Baltren

5 Metabolic Circuits for the Holidays by Rich Thaw

The Contreras Files

Body Transformation:Fitness Manager

7 Better Bond Girls: The Women of Fitness

Post ACL and The Quad

Cardio Sucks and How I Stay Lean without Doing It

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I am a ‘something-searcher person” and I have devoted my life to the mission to reveal myself, to improve, to collect the pieces of puzzle in my own nature, so that to give and to receive from life as much as possible. My Life is history, full of broken dreams, falls, disappointments and finally achieved awareness, that it all depends on me and that each opportunity can be a materialized reality. We only have to think and act in a way, which will lead us on the road to its implementation. The most valuable resources we have are our time and health, and our Body is the instrument, through which we use them, to crate the world we live in. I dedicated my life to share myself, the wisdom and experience, which had left after the mistakes I had done. I am doing this in order to help people find their way, which will let them “’reinvent”’ themselves, to restore their health, confidence and trust for life. I wish they could realize their own potential. Training is rehearsal for the life itself; this is the place, where on a few square meters in the IFS you can experience each of the possible sensations- triumph, fall, disappointment, hope, will, weakness, and most of all power. The place, where in “monitoring conditions”” you can remind your body how to move correctly, how to work in your interest. Everything I have tried to achieve through IFS and the trainings is to help people bring back their consciousness, health and freedom to be who they are-without doubting. I have given myself time to re-build and to re-invent myself! Give yourself time as well. Come and train with us in IFS!