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- Age: 28
- Height: one hundred and fifty-eight cm
- Weight: fifty-two kg
How would you explain your transformation?
In order to define my transformation I would first define my previous way of life, my words would be: junk food, lack of commitment, low self-esteem and lack of self-confidence. I used to make up apologies, to justify why I wasn't fighting my goals when it came to a health issue. In general, she said she was too tired to go to the gym and that dieting was for people who were out of their minds.
When the moment came when I was ready to convert my life totally and also go expensive my dreams, I knew it was going to be a very difficult challenge, but I was determined to achieve it. It was pretty tough at first when I had to get used to my new schedule and wake up at 5am.
It is true that I was fatigued at the end of the day because of my work which required a lot of reading and mental activity. But I never let it be an apology.
What is your life now after the change?
I want myself like I've never wanted myself before. I realized that self-esteem and self-esteem have opened many doors in my life both professionally and personally. I became a stronger human being and found inner peace.
Being able to assist others through my transformation is free of charge and is something I have clearly embraced as a life mission.
What motivates you to keep going?
Everything I've got. When I look back and see the obstacles I've overcome and the incredible progress I've made, I really don't feel like giving up, even when I'm tired. I try to motivate myself by thinking how much I would regret it if I didn't train or eat properly. Laziness and temptations disappear. We cannot focus our attention on that, but rather we must focus on the achievements in the long term. I'm never satisfied.
I can't afford to be in the comfort zone. I always and in every circumstance seek improvement and I know that there is always and in every circumstance something to learn, to add and to prosper.
What is your current training philosophy?
I focus on hypertrophy. Slower movements, fewer repetitions and more weight. Concentrated movements and two superseries. I always and in all circumstances like to change subjects and angles, every week.
- Leg press four × 12
- Leg extensions four × 12
- Squats four × 12
- Strides four × 12
- Pulley leg extensions four × 12
- Pull press four × 12
Tuesday: Back / Biceps
- Seated oar three × 10
- Lat Pull Down / Frontal pull three × 10
- Rowing with cable three × 10
- Bicep curl with 3 × 10 bar
- Hammer curl three × 10
- Alternate bicep curl with dumbbells three × 10
Thursday: Buttocks / Hamstrings
- Donkey's kick four × 12
- Curl legs four × 12
- Bulgarian squat four × twelve (each leg)
- Squats sumo four × 12
- Kettlebell Swing four × 12
- Deceased weight four × 12
Friday: Shoulders / Triceps
- Shoulder press three × 10
- Press Arnold three × 10
- Lateral lifts with dumbbells three × 10
- Front lifts with dumbbells three × 10
- Triceps with pulley three × 10
- Funds three × 10
- Triceps press three × 10
Note: I do sit-ups three to four times a week. As a general rule I perform these exercises in the breaks of the above routines with three sets of fifteen repetitions and three to four different exercises. I consider the cardio to be vital, I do it six times a week, either after or before the training for thirty minutes. I used to do a lot of HIIT but more recently I am focused on the tilt and the elliptical belt. This has helped me a lot with strengthening my legs and buttocks.
What is your cardiovascular exercise?
As I have previously quoted, I have been doing a lot of slanted and elliptical tape. In the elliptical machine I like to squat. It burns a lot of calories and goes really well to strengthen legs and buttocks.
What is your focus on food?
I am passionate about food. I even went to the food institute to learn more. I realized that food is truly the science that changes everything when we know how to use it properly.
I never call my eating a"diet", but rather a"lifestyle". I eat super clean and try to hold my trap meals once or twice a week.
What is your diet?
- Meal 1: two slices of bread (low sodium) with two tablespoons of almond butter, six egg whites and 1 scoop of whey protein.
- Food 2: 1 sweet potato, 10 asparagus and 140 grams of chicken breast
- Meal 3: 1/4 cup quinoa, 1 salmon fillet (fish) and salad
- Food 4: one hundred and thirteen grams of turkey, 1 sweet potato and ten asparagus
- Meal 5: Six-egg omelette, two slices of low-sodium turkey breast, cherry tomatoes, onion and broccoli
- Meal 6: eighty grams of popcorn and two scoops of whey protein
What has been your greatest achievement in the field of skill?
I believe that changing other people's lives is my greatest achievement. Nothing else can be as rewarding as that.
I have proven to myself my grandeur and how much my body can do, when I am able to supervise my psyche to achieve my goals.
What are your three best tips for anyone looking to reach their goal?
- Believe in your potential.
- Be patient
- Eat according to your goals and remember that without care there are no results. If you want to have the body you've never had, you must do things you've never done before.
Your favorite date?
"If your psyche tells you it can't, fight it. Don't let me stop you. Let the voice of your conscious being speak louder than anything else that lives in you. Nothing can stop you, nothing can stop you, if you think that always and in every circumstance there is a stronger side that makes your voice so loud that the sickly state of the psyche is no longer heard?
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