By: Neghar On: February 26, 2013 In: Fitness, Mindset, Music, Training Comments: 34

This little fitness blogger is always on the go. Seriously, I ride planes, trains and automobiles like it’s my job. Well, it kind of is. Often, I am packing for a trip when I have yet to unpack from the last one. It’s exciting. And exhausting. Additionally, I split...

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By: Neghar On: January 10, 2013 In: Featured Posts, Fitness, Lifestyle, Mindset, Video, Yoga Comments: 89

I promise this isn’t going to be one of those annoyingly generic posts that gives you the typical reasons why yoga is good for you. I mean, obviously it’s good for you-so are broccoli and fish oil. But we don’t always do things that are good for us, do...

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By: Neghar On: December 31, 2012 In: Be Happy, Eat, Featured Posts, Fitness, Lifestyle, Mindset Comments: 45

I like wine. And by like, I mean I have an affinity for it so strong that I almost don’t want to admit it. I’m not a lush by any means, as I will always stop drinking once I can no longer appreciate the depth and the breadth of...

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By: Neghar On: November 17, 2012 In: cardio, fat loss, Fitness Comments: 30

I sort of hate cardio. I don’t hate many things (except for ketchup and people blowing their noses at the table), so to sort of hate cardio is saying a lot. But you guys know this already. Lifting heavy stuff is my thang. To be honest, I prefer lifting...

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By: Neghar On: March 2, 2012 In: Fitness Comments: 21

In my time as a kettlebell instructor I have seen two common themes relating to the snatch: 1. Horrendous form. Usually a side effect of rushing to perform the exercise without first mastering the basics. 2. Horrendous hands. Usually for the same reasons as the horrendous form, but also...

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By: Neghar On: November 30, 2010 In: Fitness, Mindset Comments: 5

progressn [ˈprəʊgrɛs] 1. movement forward, esp. towards a place or objective 2. satisfactory development, growth, or advance 3. advance towards completion, maturity, or perfection In the first year or two of training, you’ll make amazing gains. I remember a few years ago, going from front squatting basically zero, to...

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