Interview to the athlete and model marine pellicier
The model and athlete Marina Pellicier reveals her great passions in an interesting interview in which she explains her routines, her diet and the experience that have led her to be a famous contender of Biquini FEFF, fitness model and a part of the MYPROTEIN Team.
- 1 How did you start out on the planet of sports and fitness?
- 2 What do you think is your greatest achievement so far? The moment you’re most proud of?
- 3 What’s your workout routine?
- 4 What are your three favorite exercises? For what reason?
- 5 What is your preferred cardio training?
- 6 What’s your diet?
- 7 What advice would you give to someone who wants to get started?
- 8 What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
- 9 How do you handle incidents or bad days?
- 10 Were you making mistakes when you started training?
- 11 It gives three health tips that people can incorporate right now:
- 12 What would be your best tips for getting in shape and losing those last few pounds?
- 13 What was your most entertaining moment at the gym?
- 14 Where does your motivation come from?
- 15 What are your favorite Fitness models? Do you have someone to inspire you?
- 16 Acknowledgements
How did you start out on the planet of sports and fitness?
By pure chance. A few years ago I met a person who encouraged me to prepare, but in that season there was no bikini fitness category so I put it aside a bit. In spite of it always and in every circumstance it has caught my attention a lot and daily I read things and followed people who motivated me a lot. Six months ago now, after deciding with my partner Jaisel Pellicier, I began to prepare myself with the surprise that I did quite well in my first season as a contender.
What do you think is your greatest achievement so far? The moment you’re most proud of?
My greatest achievement is to have made it this far and to wake up every morning with the illusion of continuing with this. I have realized that this is what really pleases me and clears me of my inconveniences. The moment you are most proud of? In each and every one of the tournaments I’ve been to, I’ve been very proud to have made it there. You must go through quite difficult situations (especially the diet) and over a good time, for this reason, when you see the slightest progress you feel so good.
What’s your workout routine?
My exercise routine is very alterable. I work each and every muscle in my body quite intensively. I do superseries, giant series?
My favorite routine is leg and buttock. Generally it is the one that costs me more care and I end up exhausted but the sensations that I perceive are very good. When work is convenient enough. I have felt many improvements with this routine:
Legs and buttocks routine:
1- Warming up along five-seven min by bike
2- Strides: four x 20
3- Deep squats: four x twenty with little weight
4- Buttock kick on pulley: four x fifteen with each leg
5- Pelvic lift without weight – 3×30
6- To finish I stretch well
What are your three favorite exercises? For what reason?
Shoulder lifts, z-bar biceps and most leg exercises. For what reason? I love those exercises because I’m appreciating pretty good changes with them. In leg my favorite are the deep squats and the buttock kick.
What is your preferred cardio training?
My favorite cardio training is the steps.
What’s your diet?
My diet, like my training routine, changes quite frequently. The one I’m taking now is a diet to catch a slight volume trying not to raise too much the percentage of fat.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to get started?
If you really like it, go ahead. A lot of people will laugh, they won’t support you, they’ll try to get you to quit. You have to be mentally really strong not to be dragged along by other people’s comments.
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What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
Not just once, on many occasions I have been advised not to sink, to keep looking straight ahead and that’s what I’m trying to do.
How do you handle incidents or bad days?
There are always days that make you harder than others, but you have to be positive and meditate that are small bursts. I try to entertain myself and not fall into negativism. I know the next day the sun will rise again.
Were you making mistakes when you started training?
Of course I do. I used to train with a lot of weight and maybe exercises that didn’t suit my structure.
It gives three health tips that people can incorporate right now:
Drink plenty of water, leave fried foods and sugar for weekends and do not lead a sedentary life.
What would be your best tips for getting in shape and losing those last few pounds?
Follow good nutrition and play sports. The 2 most essential elements undoubtedly.
What was your most entertaining moment at the gym?
Once, a friend at the gym where I was training asked a girl and me to go up in the press plot to train. He had the machine loaded with discs plus our weight. We laughed a lot about the situation 🙂
Where does your motivation come from?
Since I was a little girl I’ve always practiced a lot of sport. From swimming to ballet. I have always and always been a very active person and this is how I feel happy and motivated.
What are your favorite Fitness models? Do you have someone to inspire you?
My favorite girls are Ashley Kaltwasser, Cindy Villalobos, Yarishna Ayala and Michelle Lewin. They 4 are my inspiration.
Thank you very much for accompanying me on this journey to my coach Hector Defez, my partner, my sponsor MY PROTEIN ESPAÑA for the daily support and as is logical to feelforfit for this excellent interview.
OPEN Championship “Night of Champions” – 2nd classified
Championship of Andalusia- 1st classified low size and absolute champion
National Championship- 2nd classified low size
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