56 Things Worth Reading

My beautiful friend Galina Gegenava :)

It’s Saturday! How was your week? Tell me that you are getting stronger and healthy eating is becoming easier! ;)   I had a busy week, but I love weeks like this, because it makes me feel accomplished and satisfied! I love my clients. They really make my life complete! It is so inspiring to have the daily opportunity to see people break their limits, set PRs, overcome fears, and just reach their full potential! That’s my fuel! Their hard work and motivation is what gives me strength and energy to live a life full of purpose and happiness! :)

Don’t forget to eat clean during the weekend! If you crave something sweet, don’t eat junk food! Just check out some of the recipes on my blog and prepare something healthy! ;)

Meanwhile read my favorite reads of the week !:)

First, the articles on InspiredFitSTrong for the past week:

You Were Right! Women Should Not Lift Weights!

That’s Why You Are Mediocre

Pineapple Flower Dessert

How Many Times a Day Should You Eat

What to Do On Days When You Overeat

The Reasons For Your Bad Walking Pattern

And now my favorite reads of the week:

Preparing For a Powerlifting Meet, Cutting and Making Weight

Wake Up Heroic: The 20 Minute Morning Fix

San Pedro Crossfit Weight Loss

Got Strength

Hyperlordosis

3 Myths of Scapula Exercises by Mike Reinold

How to Fix Your Squatty Kettlebell Swing by Zach Moore

Training the Unstable Client by Mike Robertson

You’re Not That Tired by Sean Hyson

Wheat Free Diet

Against The Grain

Hello Eating Disorder

7 Ways You Are Sabotaging Good Sleep

How The Heck Do You Foam Roll

Quick Thoughts on The Science of Lifting Volume

Sometimes Foods

Meat Not Grains to Live Sustainably

Crohns Relief

The Squat Stance

Biography is Not Destiny

20 Ways to Identify Bad Nutritionist

Sugar Industry Lies

Training Wheels by Ben Bruno

Secrets of Back Training by Nick Tumminello

Restorative Training by Patrick Ward

Do Pain Pills Impair Muscle Growth? by Brad Schoenfeld

Debt Free in 24 Months at 24 by Brendon Rearick

Look Like a Football Player by Jim Wendler

Stay Away From Jack by Alwyn Cosgrove

Things I Think About by Alwyn Cosgrove

7 Reasons You Should Be Deadlifting by Andy Bolton

How Excess Stimulant Use Can Lead to Overtraining by Jason Ferruggia

Glutes Gone Strong by Neghar Fonooni

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

Six Tips To Make You a Better Trainer by Mike Anderson

3 Steps to a Better Backside by Mike Baltren

4 Genetic Factors That Determine Your Success by Matt Brzycki

How I Benched 400 by Tim Henriques

Lessons Learned From Marvin Eder by Aris DeMarco

Step One and Step Two by Dan John

Finish Him! by Sean Hyson

Interview with Kevin Neeld

Part 2 Interview with Kevin Neeld

Turkish Getup Tutorial Progressions by Todd Bumgardner

The Tools of the Trade by John Alvino

Step-Up For Muscular Development by John Paul Catanzaro

Conditioning in a Crowded Gym

Sometimes Foods by Molly Galbraith

5 Lessons From a Hurricane by Martin Rooney

Your First Powerlifting Meet by Jim Wendler

Cinnamon Vanilla Cake Batter by Adam Bornstein

Girl Power: Why Lifting Heavier Can Be a Life Changer by Dan Trink

Can You Really Do Anything You Want? by Chad Howse

Focus On What You Can Do by Nia Shanks

Is the Time Change Zapping Your Energy? by Kellie Davis

5 Ways to Amp Up Muscle Growth by Jon Erik Kawamoto

 

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