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Andreea Macoveiciuc

Andreea Macoveiciuc

If I were to choose 5 words that best describe me, I'd pick passionate writer, tea lover, coffee addict, cat person and fitness junkie. I'm committed to loving life and spreading words of encouragement, and my greatest passion is to help people create the best body they can through an active lifestyle, enjoyable workouts and healthy food choices. I’m equally skilled at patiently waiting and taking risks and I’m always ready to push my limits when circumstances ask for it. My everyday choice is to live life for more than life itself.

Posts By Andreea Macoveiciuc

Primal Fitness & the 7 Basic Movements

January 23, 2014 |

 

In a previous article, I’ve promised you we’ll talk about Primal Fitness and the 7 basic movements, so today we’ll take a closer look at how our ancestors used to train. Why should we care about this? … Read More

Tea, Natural Remedy for Hypertension

January 22, 2014 |

 

Hypertension or high blood pressure is one of the most common health issues in today’s society and the main form of heart disease, 1 in 3 adults suffering from higher than normal blood pressure. Associated with heart … Read More

The 4 Hour Body – Drop 20 Pounds in 30 Days

January 21, 2014 |

 

Long story short: a guy who’s not a nutritionist, nor a scientist or fitness professional, wrote a book called “The 4-Hour Body”, which promises to help one drop 20 pounds in 30 days, with minimum to no … Read More

Beginner’s Guide to Pairing Tea with Food

January 20, 2014 |

 

Mastering the art of pairing tea with food is just as important as knowing how to pick the wine for a delicious meal, or which seasonings work well with which dishes. Picking the right tea can turn … Read More

Body Shaping Basics + 5 Exercises for Slimmer Thighs

January 17, 2014 |

 

Even the most confident people have their insecurities when it comes to body shape and weight. Apparently, 81% of adults are very aware of their physical flaws and think there’s space for improvement, while 57% think they … Read More

Tea Tree Oil as Natural Acne Remedy

January 15, 2014 |

 

In my previous article, I was talking about the Caveman eating regimen, and I was saying that this eating strategy is inspired from the diet our prehistoric ancestors had. For some reason we’re tempted to think people … Read More

The Caveman Diet: To Go or Not to Go Paleo?

January 14, 2014 |

 

45 million Americans diet annually and $33 billion are spent on weight loss products each year in the U.S. The average woman starts dieting at age 16 and spends 31 years on a diet, while men spend … Read More

Seasonality of Tea

January 13, 2014 |

 

Just like fruits and veggies, tea also has a specific season when it’s harvested, the weather conditions affecting the delicacy, astringency and sweetness of this beverage. Spring leaves for example are exposed to sunlight for longer, and … Read More

The Pedestal Syndrome & How to Become Your Own Hero

January 10, 2014 |

 

“She’s nearly perfect in just about every way. She’s the smartest, funniest, most beautiful girl I’ve ever met. Maybe if I do this and that, she’ll notice me” … or “He makes my heart beat a million … Read More

5 Kettlebell Exercises for Beginners

January 9, 2014 |

 

After finishing my cardio training this morning, I headed toward the Captain’s chair for some abs workout. Did the first set, then this elder man, looking very serious and worried, came closer and asked me why am … Read More