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Another great week has gone by! I feel really satisfied. Every day I am getting more and more convinced that everything in life is up to us, our attitude and our thoughts! Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. If life seems like an evil and an ugly place to be, then the problem is inside of you and that’s where you should search! That is what is supposed to be fixed!

Enjoy life, because it is truly beautiful! Focus on the good things and be grateful for everything you have!

Read a lot! It really makes life complete!

Have a wonderful weekend! Stay positive and full of enthusiasm and desire to live!

First, the articles on InspiredFitStrong in case you’ve missed something:

I Want to Start and Finish Relationships as I Do with Books

Part 3:A Calorie Is Not a Calorie! Why Junk Food in Moderation Is Bad for You

Part2: A Calorie Is Not a Calorie! Why Junk Food in Moderation Is Bad for You

The Shocking Confession of a Personal Trainer! And Why Would You Care?

Delicious Salad with Mackerel and Tuna

Q&A: Everything about The Chocolate Diet, Raw Nuts and Sprinting

And now my favorite reads of the week:

6 Important Training Discoveries

Busting Bodyweight Exercise Myths Part 1

I Am Not Trying to Be That Diesel ( read this!)

Runners Gone Wild: Heel Pain and Shoewear Modification

Midline Stabilization or How to Safely Body Slam a Human

19th Century Female Authors: Crossfit Tips

Understanding Individual Differences Part 1

Simple Steps to Holding a Handstand Like a Pro

Core Stability and Low Back Pain

You Have to Work Out to Get a Workout

What is a Foam Roller and How Do I Use It?

Why Screening and Corrective Exercise Should Be The Foundation to Every Exercise Program?

Establishing Your Drive to Train

The Most Trusted Doctor in America, Doing More Harm Than Good?

Why You Need to Warm Up Properly and How to Do So by Keith Scott

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

Obliterating Your Weak Links by Lee Boyce

6 Ways to Make Your Body Hate You by Tony Gentilcore

My 6 Most Important Training Discoveries by Charles Staley

Feeling the Muscle vs. Moving the Weight by Dr. Clay Hyght

Personal Trainers Unite: A Call to Action by Greg Justice

Exercise to Dominate Your Shoulder by Smitty Diesel

Punch the Clock Workouts by Mike Robertson

NFL Combine: Inside the Numbers by Michael Zweifel

How A Man Ages by Lou Schuler

Interview with Patrick Ward

Fine Tuning the Band Pullapart by Eric Cressey

Random Thoughts from Bret Contreras

Why and How to Stretch Before You Throw by Mike Reinold

A Multi-Faceted Approach to Pull-up Improvement by Will Rouse

Sports Science Roundtable by Sam Leahey and Patrick Davidson

Bust Through Your Fat-Loss Plateau by Molly Galbraith

Bust Through Your Fat Loss Plateau Part 2 by Molly Galbraith

What to Do If You Can’t Squat Deep by Eric Cressey

Accelerate Gains by Overreaching by Todd Bumgardner and Dr. Mike Roussell

Conditioning in Bad Weather by Jim Wendler

Qualities of the Private Sector High School Strength Coach by Chase Karnes

5 Lifts to Increase Mobility by Dan Blewett

Should You Actually Be Eating More and Exercising Less? by Nia Shanks

How to Do the Perfect Pushup by Dr. John Berardi

GPP for Weightlifters by Jacob Tsypkin

Heel Pain and Shoewear Modification by Chris Johnson

Barbell Farmer’s Carries with Banded Kettlebell by Doug Spurling

Quick Video Tips from Doug Spurling

6 Week Fat Blast by Jon Erik Kawamoto

5 Tips For Cold Weather Training by Jon Erik Kawamoto

Bench to Kettlebell Press More by Pavel Tsatsouline

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Ines Subashka

Инес Субашка е основател на IFS - зали за кондиционни тренировки и мобилност. Автор е на 6 книги за здравословно хранене и движение. https://inspiredfitstrong.com/bg/za-ines/bio/

Ела да тренираш в някоя от залите ни

Предизвикай себе си и направи крачка към по-здравото си Аз. Груповите тренировки в IFS са различни – при нас броят на трениращите в група е ограничен и всеки има различна тренировка, изготвена според индивидуалните му нужди. Тренировки има през целия ден и ще намериш удобно време и локация, според графика ти. Очакваме те в IFS.

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+359 877 963 124

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