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How was your week? Hope you are back on track with your healthy lifestyle.I actually prefer knowing that you haven’t cheated on it, but in case you did, just keep on giving your best every single day and being fitter will be a piece of cake. Enjoy your weekend. Eat clean and move more. Meanwhile find time for my favorite reads of the week!

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

3 Things I Absolutely Hate about The Fitness Industry

Everything about Hip Thrusts and Loading Your Quads and How to Lose The Holiday Pounds

Why Am I So Self Confident?

Healthy Strawberry Mousse

And now my favorite reads for this week:

Static Stretching Is Not Evil by Greg Lehman

Cardio That DOESN’T Kick Your Ass by Sean Hyson

Interview with Will Hitzelberger

The Sway Back Equation by Tony Gentilcore

5 Quick and Easy Ways to Improve Your Posture by Eric Cressey

Intermittent Fasting FAQ from John Romaniello

10 Valuable Things I’ve Learned from the Strength and Conditioning Industry by Derrick Blanton

How to Do Sumo Deadlifts by Bret Contreras

You Should Be Doing Face Pulls by Bryan Krahn

5 Ways to Avoid Boredom in Your Program by Eric Cressey

Kids Just Need Play by Mike Boyle

In-Season vs. Off-Season Considerations and Programming For Rugby by Ashley Jones

The Research Meathead by Jonathan Mike

Staying Motivated by Joellyn Mcatee

Make Deliberate Choices by Ross Enamait

Smart Training vs. Hard Training: Snatch Complex by Wil Fleming

5 Life Stressors That Are Affecting Your Training by Mike Robertson

Charles Staley shares his training log

Fitcast Interview with Nia Shanks

Fitcast Interview with Molly Galbraith

6 Truths About Squats by Lee Boyce

A Simple Way to Grow Legs by Tony Gentilcore

Westside for Fat Bastards by John Gaglione

Stop Doing Corrective Exercises by Dean Somerset

Exercise You Should Be Doing by Tony Gentilcore

Interview with Ali Porter

Do You Really Want That Cheat Day? by Neghar Fonooni

The Truth About a Healthy Spine Part 1 by Dr. Michael Stare

The Truth About a Healthy Spine Part 2

Breathing Pattern Disorders by Mike Reinold

Foam Rolling and Increased ROM by Patrick Ward

Easy Ways to Completely Avoid Making Progress by Todd Bumgardner

Better Powerlifting by Bodybuilding by Brandon Lilly

Reclaiming Real Strength by Brandon Lilly

Century Sets by John Romaniello

Paleo Frittata Recipe by Ashley Fleming

The Power of Words by Adam Kuehl

How to Fight Aging by Adam Bornstein

20 Surprising Strength Training Benefits by Molly Galbraith

5 Reasons You Should Take Interns by Mike Robertson

Why I Don’t Count Calories, But You Probably Should by Brad Pilon

Is Faster Always Better? by Chad Waterbury

Are You Exercising, Working Out, or Training? by Alwyn Cosgrove

Oh Those Hammies! by Kelsey Reed

Intermittent Fasting FAQ

7 Reasons to Squat Like a Man

10 Ways to Break Your Own Heart

15 Ways to Use and Eat Bacon

10 Amazing Predictions That Actually Came True

Why Successful People Leave Their Loser Friends Behind

The Squat Nemesis Program

1 Arm Bottoms Up Kettlebell Military Press

Testosterone Levels Tied to Vit D Levels

Why I Train No Matter What

Wrist Mobility Is Key to a Good Rack

8 Reasons Why You Keep Hitting A (Life) Plateau

How to Take a 16 Minute Nap

Mastering the Chin-Up: 7 Variations to Beat Gym Boredom

How Will You Leave Your Mark?

Know Your Pain

Everything You Need to Know About Unsaturated Fats

20 Surprising Strength Training Benefits

“Broccoli has more protein than steak” —and other crap

70s Big Discusses the Deadlift

Deadlift Troubleshooting Using the Coach’s Eye

Hamstring Body Curls by Ben Bruno

P.S. If you liked this post, please take a minute and share it with your friends! I’d greatly appreciate it!

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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.

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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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!