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Ashley Horner

The week is over and so are my finals! Which means, more time for reading and more interesting reads to share with you! How was your week? Hope it was a good and productive one! Don’t ever sacrifice your long term goals, for short term pleasures! Which means, that you should eat clean, move more and feed your soul on a daily basis!

Have a great weekend! And meanwhile, when you have some time to read, check out my favorite reads of the week!

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

Why Grains Are Not Healthy Part 1

Why Grains Are Not Healthy Part 2

Ladies: How Do You Know When Your Legs Are Too Strong and When You Are Supposed to Stop Lifting Weights

The Only Way to Find Out If You Are Moving in The Right Direction with Your Self Development

The Life Where Every Dream Becomes Reality

Mackerel with Homemade Tomato Sauce

And now my favorite reads of the week:

The Price of Fitness and Sacrifice

The Workout Is Dead

Exercise Hacking: How You Can Lift 10% More in Your Workout Today

Get Cozy Down in The Snatch

Pose Running Part 2

Losing Your Hair? Eat These Foods

Mobility The Low Hanging Fruit

The Biggest Shoulder Problem of Them All

Free Your Scap- Free Your Mind

The Most Important Variable in a Training Program by Greg Robins

The Science of Kettlebells by Bret Contreras

The Power-Capacity Continuum by Patrick Ward

2 Olympic Lifting Complexes For Size and Strength by Wil Fleming

Can You Olympic Lift Without a Coach? by Wil Fleming

Tips on Olympic Weightlifting by Wil Fleming

The Curse of Knowledge by Mike Boyle

Shredding Success by Josh Hamilton

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

Interview with Wil Fleming by Ron McKeefery

7 Things You Need to Know About Lifting Weights by Kellie Davis

A Day in the Life of My Stomach by Chad Rodgers

6 Clean and Jerk Technique Fixes by Wil Fleming

Flux Programming by Kevin Larrabee

Use Deadstop Training to Break Through Gym Plateaus by Lee Boyce

Share Your Passion by Tim Morrill

How to Design Your Own Circuits by Scott Hansen

A New and Better Butt? Why Not a Stronger Butt? By Emily Giza Socolinsky

Our Children Are Robots by Doug Spurling

Getting the Most Out of Your Internship by Josh Williams

Beach Work and Finishers by Nia Shanks

Stop Using the Flat Bench Press by Christian Thibadeau

5 Simple Ways to Make Your Workouts More Effective by Tony Gentilcore

Optimal Weight Loss: The Components You Need by Dr. Mike Roussell

Gone Fishing by Martin Rooney

How to Get Bigger Legs by Jason Maxwell

5 Exercises That Make Trainers Cringe by Adam Campbell

The 600 Pound Deadlift Textbook by Todd Bumgardner and Mike Ranfone

How to Get 20 Chinups by John Paul Catanzaro

6 Strategies for Improved Insulin Sensitivity by Dr. Clay Hyght

Beware of Cookie Cutter Training Programs by Joe Amberlock

Bottoms Up Kettlebell Press by Dean Somerset

I Need to Learn More by Dean Somerset

Your 5 Part Resolution Roadmap by Dr. Mike Roussell

Banded Glute Ham Raises

Four Tips to Fix Your Shitty Diet

Peri Workout Nutrition Part 2

A New and Better Butt Why Not a Stronger Butt

Lifting in The Cold

Ways to Get Stronger and Leaner Part 1

Learn More in 2013

More Tips for a Bigger and Leaner

Bang for Your Buck

7 Foods That Make Your Liver Glow in The Dark

Why a Woman Should Be Strong

Investing in Yourself

The Need for Speed

The Science of Kettlebells

The Most Important Variable in a Training Program

The Minimum Effective Does for Fat Loss

Not The Yoga Stereotype

12 Truths about Training and Intensity

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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.

Зала IFS Стрелбище

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+359 877 963 124

Зала IFS Изток

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+359 877 963 124

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