71 Things Worth Reading

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Hey, beautiful, fit people! How was you week? :) I loved mine! Here it is snowing and it is getting colder, but I still enjoy my time in the park! It is really beautiful and refreshing! ;) Besides that, I am back in the gym. I don’t work out a lot, because I am still not feeling very good, but some lifting is still better thanno lifting, so I appreciate the opportunity! Never forget to leave your ego at the door, and don’t do stupid stuff in the gym! It is not worth the pain! ;)

If you think it is too cold outside, dress APPROPRIATELY and go for a walk! No excuses! I don’t want you to be the kind of person, who stays at home all winter, just because it is cold outside! Get over it and move your butt! ;) Then, come back home and prepare a healthy meal!

Meanwhile read my favorite reads of the week!

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

How My Body and My Mind Changed After 6 Months of Clean Eating?

Do You Wear High Heels? Check Out What They Are Doing to Your Body!

Finally! Here Is The Reason Why Bad Things Happen to YOU!

How Drinking Tea and Coffee Could Be Making You Fat

Maya Puliyska: The Living Proof That Strong Is Beautiful

The Only Acceptable Way to Eat Chicken!

And now my favorite reads of the week:

Glute Ham Raise Regression Ben Bruno

3 Coaching Cues For a Better Hang Clean

I’ve Got 99 Problems but My Shoulder Ain’t One

Ultimate Guide to Caffeine

CrossFit and cheaters

Is It Dangerous to Squeeze the Glutes During Hip Extension Exercises? by Bret Contreras

How to Front Squat by Eric Cressey

Evolution of a Passion: Part 1 by Scott Hansen

Evolution of a Passion: Part 2 by Scott Hansen

Sneak Peak of “Intervention” by Dan John

From Getting Huge to Getting Lean

If You Want to Be Strong, You Must Be Tough

How to Make a Deadlift Incredibly Difficult – and Incredibly Effective

The Soft Curve vs. the Sharp Curve in the Snatch

Taking a Stand for Office Ergonomics

Core to Extremity

What to Do When You Think You Might Be Injured by Keith Scott

Virtual Bench Press Seminar by Jim Wendler

Lessons from the Dead Zone by Dave Tate

My Daughter’s Ignition by Mike Boyle

Qualities of Experts That We Should All Possess by Mike Reinold

One of my favorite glute builders by Chad Waterbury

The 11 Bodypart Split by Chris Colucci

Run And You’ll Only Die Tired, The Logic

Run and You’ll Only Die Tired, The Evidence Part 1 (NSFW)

Why I Eat The Way I Do

One Girl’s Trash Is Another Girl’s Trigger

Get a lil more swang in your (KB) swing

Why people stay fat eating Paleo

The Oil Crisis by Sean Hyson

John Romaniello interviews Tucker Max

Fitcast Episode 248 with Tony Gentilcore

5 More Hacks to Reinvigorate Your Training by Charles Staley

4 Reasons the Game Is Always Changing in the Fitness Industry by Eric Cressey

In Pursuit of Great Coaching by Mike Robertson

Deadlift Problems? Try These Two Variations by Nia Shanks

What They Said Doesn’t Matter by Ross Enamait

If You Want to Be Strong, You Must Be Tough by Mark Reifkind

No Distractions by Pavel Tsatsouline

CrossFIt CDR Redlands – Coaches Eating Habits

Confessions of a (WOD) Cherry Picker

Why Are We Breathing Inefficiently (and What Are the Ramifications)?

Developing Requisite Fitness Competencies

5 Holiday Diet Tips That Don’t Suck

How To Do Your First Muscle Up

1st Annual Cressey Performance Fall Seminar Review, Part 1

How to Make the Deadlift Incredibly Effective by Dean Somerset

8 Rules For Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain by Kellie Davis

Why Are We Breathing Inefficiently? By Miguel Aragoncillo

One Girl’s Trash is Another Girl’s Trigger by Kaila Prins

December Bulk Fest by Jon Erik Kawamoto

Mmmmm… May I Have Some Poison With That?

“Then one day, several years later, I signed my lazy butt up for CrossFit”

Best Squat Depth for Glute Activation

Why Technique Matters in Olympic Weightlifting

Letter to a Client or Why I don’t believe in Barre Classes

Competition Breeds Success

Squat Like A Baby: 7 Reasons this is a Ridiculous Myth

Developing Requisite Competencies by Patrick Ward

What I Think About When I Talk About Training by Jon Goodman

Competition Breeds Success by Tony Bonvechio

How to Breed Talent by Andreas Wochtl

Pre-Holiday Vacation Workout from Eric Falstrault

How to Hip Hinge and Progress to a Deadlift by Rich Thaw

Alli McKee shares an instrumental playlist

Kettlebell Anti-Rotation Swings from Coach Dos

Letter to a Client by Emily Giza Socolinsky

The Ultimate Guide to Turning Yourself On by Roger Lawson

A Photo Speaks a Thousand Words by Emily Giza Socolinsky

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