I guess that the end of the world postponed for a little bit, so today it is time for my favorite reads of the week! The past week has been really busy, because besides my usual activities I had a couple exams, which explains the shorter list of favorite reads for this week! But don’t worry! I promise to catch up with the reading and the sharing of outstanding posts!
Be good during the holidays! Don’t forget why you worked so hard all year round! Don’t blow everything during the next two weeks Eat meat and veggies and treat yourself with some raw nuts! Meanwhile find time for the list of my favorite reads!
First, the articles on InspiredFitStrong for the past week in case you missed something:
Rachel Gilmore: The Beauty of Being Yourself
5 Reasons You Are Not Eating Healthy
3 Mistakes Women Make When Trying to Get In Shape
How to Eat During The Holidays and Still Stay in Shape
Do You Ever Wonder What You Did to Deserve Some People In Your Life? Here Is The Answer!
Paleo Pumpkin Smoothie
And now my favorite reads of the week:
Bella Falconi Interview
The Lessons and Experiences of a Strength and Conditioning Professional
A Critical Reply to an Uncritical Coach
All The Hype Behind Kipping Pull Ups
Seventeen Articles Every Strength Coach, Trainer and Lifter Should Read
7 Tips for Dominating Seminars by Mike Robertson
Contreras Files V
Are Dips Safe and Effective? by Eric Cressey
Should Baseball Players Bench? by Tony Gentilcore
Conditioning Is a Sham by Mark Rippetoe
My Daughter’s Ignition by Mike Boyle
Massage and Acute Injuries by Patrick Ward
Arnold Wisdom by John Romaniello
5 Tips for Bigger Deadlifts by Mike Robertson
Cold Case Files with Brian St. Pierre
Alternating Lateral Lunge with Overhead Reach by Eric Cressey
Know Your “Squat vs Clean & Jerk” Ratio
Top 10 Gifts for a (Getting Stronger) CrossFitter
Whey Protein: 3 Things You Probably Know and 3 Things You Probably Didn’t
Top 11 Excuses Not to Lose Weight
What do you have in common with a Pez dispenser?
How to Create Better Positioning During Your Lifts
4 Reasons the Game Is Always Changing in the Fitness Industry by Eric Cressey
Interview with Dan John
How to Increase Volume without Overtraining by Jason Ferruggia
Working the Glutes in 3D by Mike Reinold
How to Pick a Trainer by Sean Hyson
Should Personal Trainers Give Nutrition Advice? by Pat Koch
4 Gadgets to Amplify Upper Body Mass by Josh Bryant
What Should I Do If I Feel Hip Thrusts in My Quads? by Bret Contreras
Best Squat Depth for Glute Activation by Chris Beardsley
In Pursuit of the Elusive Double Unders
How to Activate Your Lats During a Deadlift
Janne Mortenson Works on Training the Mind
Charles Staley shares his training log
How to Create Better Positioning During Your Lifts by Stevo Reed
15 Things You Can Do Today to Get Results by Eirik Forlie
Why Warm Up by Emily Giza Socolinsky
10 Minute Warmup Routine by Molly Galbraith
Strength Through Female Eyes by Lauren Brooks
Conditioning is a Sham by Mark Rippetoe
Crossfit Endurance: To Hell And Back, Just Faster
Squat Cleans: How Low Can You Go?
Ibuprofen and the Risks for Athletes
“No Days Off From Training, Ever!” Um, What?
Back Friendly Leg Training by Rob King
Quick Guide to Vitamins In Your Diet by Kellie Davis
Training Strategies For Knee Pain by Ben Bruno
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About the author
Ines Subashka is a certified personal trainer. With her website inspiredfitstrong.com, she is trying to educate people what our body needs in order to function properly and be healthy; that everybody can find the time to fit a workout in their daily schedule! She is a firm believer that women aren’t designed to sit at the hairdresser saloon all day long, reading fashion magazines and admiring the skinny-fat bodies from the covers…and later on starving to death in order to have that robbed from life look. Instead every woman with the notion of the mass media-induced ideals of beauty should realize what true beauty looks like- beautiful women lift weights!