Interview with laura michelle prestin – wbff bikini pro
Age: twenty-seven years
- 1 At what point did you start on the fitness planet?
- 2 What drives you? What keeps you motivated?
- 3 What is your current training program?
- 4 What diet do you follow?
- 5 Is there anyone in the fitness industry you’re inspired by?
- 6 When it comes to reducing, do you prefer to use the HIIT or simply bet on the normal cardio?
- 7 10 tips for people who want to get in shape.
- 8 Preferred prayer?
At what point did you start on the fitness planet?
I’ve been physically active since I was seven years old when I entered the planet of competitive football, and ran OFFSA Cross Country and on track throughout my teenage years. I also practiced swimming, and sometimes I devoted myself to gymnastics, albeit to a lesser extent.
I started training in the gym when I was in high school, but I didn’t really take it specially until I was twenty-one, when I started modeling. There came a point when I received about a hundred emails a day about fitness issues, so I decided to start blogging and also get more involved in helping other people achieve their goals. I am a personal trainer and continually read articles on fitness and health. Today I continue to develop programs so that people get the body they want. I’ve recently become more directly involved with the fitness industry through Gaspari Nutrition and it’s a crazy thing.
What drives you? What keeps you motivated?
I knew from the age of fourteen that I wanted to be in the entertainment industry. With what for me, simply being in this business is already very motivating, by the fact that always and in all circumstances you must teach the best of you and that motivates me not to fall. I have complete training in training, competition and sports practice. For me, a life without daily training on a basis would be totally disordered and unstructured. Having a scheduled training allows me to sustain my business, my studies, my role model and my travels in a balanced way. I love programming my days incorporating physical activity into them. And I don’t just do it because it’s a way of life for me, but rather because of the fact that my enthusiasts keep me motivated. A relationship develops with enthusiasts in whom motivation is reciprocal.
What is your current training program?
Right now I’m training with heavier than normal weights, especially on legs and buttocks.
Tuesday: Back / Abs / Arms
Wednesday: Chest / Shoulders
Friday: Back / Abs / Arms
On my leg training day, I love doing Super Series. For example, squats with weight combined with strides, dead weight combined with femoral extension, and burpees with leg press.
What diet do you follow?
I don’t control my food too much, I want to say that I don’t weigh everything I eat. In general I try to eat a bit of every kind of food. I eat every 2 or 3 hours and eat about seven meals a day, if not more. I make sure my diet includes enough fiber, protein, vegetables, fruits, and water.
- Oat flakes or egg white, banana and natural juice.
- Food two. Almonds or sandwich.
- Food three. Tuna salad.
- Food four. Apple, orange and youghourt.
- Food five. Protein shake.
- Lunch six. Chicken or fish, vegetables, salad and spinach or rice.
- Lunch seven. Cereals or protein shake.
Is there anyone in the fitness industry you’re inspired by?
Actually, I don’t. He pushed me day after day trying to do my best. My fans are pushing me into it and I am more intrigued by the entrepreneurs and business owners of the fitness industry and how they got to where they are now.
When it comes to reducing, do you prefer to use the HIIT or simply bet on the normal cardio?
HIIT for sure! One of the most frequent failures is to be 2 hours on a treadmill, when if your goal is to burn grease the best are short training more intense.
10 tips for people who want to get in shape.
- It sets goals.
- Commit yourself to pursuing them to the end.
- Think positive.
- Don’t get obsessed with diet.
- No overtrain (don’t go three hours a day seven days a week).
- Try to train with a partner: you’ll keep each other motivated.
- If you deviate, don’t worry: tomorrow will be another day. Lucid and starts again.
- If you went out the night before and woke up drunk, go straight to the gym and do a cardio session. You’ll feel better!
- Even if you don’t feel like it too much, go train. You’re gonna feel good about that.
- Perseverance is the key!
“I have not failed. I just found 10,000 forms that don’t march.” Thomas Edison
Interview translated by feelforfit. Original source: simplyshredded.com