Health and Fitness Is a Decision


My 90-Day Body Modification: Where I Started

On February 16, 2011, I began my 90-day fitness change because I began to feel weak, tired, unhealthy, and in the worst of circumstances. There are so many of their programs out there to choose from and I recommend you go out and find the one that suits you best.

I have always been active in life in every high school and most of my 20s. I grew up in Martial arts, swimming in high school and tennis. At the age of 30, I began to allow myself to go out and eat where my busy life led me to eat. I did not choose what my body needs in order to stay healthy, but I chose the foods I was emotionally seeking. That would lead to the death trap in many lives and mine was no different.

Nine months after my younger sister introduced me to my home cardio program, I began to make the choice to change my lifestyle wisely. The first round was about a 50% commitment and guess what I got from it? 25% result! My nutrition was not in line with my fitness and I found out later that if you want to completely transform your body both in health and fitness and feel better every day, then you should commit to a diet. In the opinion of many people, including mine, nutrition is 80 percent of the war. Without proper nutrition and consistent routine, you will be wasting your time.

That’s where my battle was, in finding the time to make nutritious food and fitness happen in my life. I worked at the Cemetery 2 am-8am. I took the children to school and did my day’s work from 9am to 4pm. When I got home, I was tired and had to go to bed to prepare for the next shift that started at 2am again. The fact is, everyone has a busy schedule and when most people fail to even begin to improve their health it is only a matter of time. Like Nike’s “Just Do It!” No matter how busy your schedule is, you should never put your health in jeopardy. Apart from your health, how good are you? The answer is no. Why do we work so hard and neglect our bodies, because we are all mentally trained that we have to work hard to keep up with the busy lifestyle and have to rest after five o’clock in the afternoon, or the hour of happiness.

You Must Make a Decision to Change Your Life

All right, that’s enough, let’s get down to merit and health. First of all you have to make a decision to work harder in your life than in your finances, we have already said that. Second, you should commit to making your chosen plan whatever your busy schedule. Everyone can make time for something they feel is really important in life and people can easily do the opposite and postpone things they think they can live without. Without life, you would not live long enough to enjoy what you have worked so hard for. Point, but true. Next, third, you must be consistent and believe that you will succeed.

Preparation is essential. This means choosing the right fitness program that will get you the results you want, planning your diet according to your program needs, cutting down on workouts to see your progress and letting it be a development guide as each week progresses. . Here are 3 key pointers to know before you start. I like the saying, “If you don’t know where you’re going, how do you know where to start?”

You Should Know Good vs Bad Proteins, Carbs, And Fat

A nutritious diet will increase your results more than you will ever know. If you do not eat right, you are wasting your time, and at the end of your fitness program, you will be disappointed with your results and give up your whole life because you will think it does not work. Then look at the success of everyone and see if you can figure it out.

Well what foods you can eat that will help you and things that won’t …

Good Proteins that will help with fat loss are Chix Breast, Turkey, Cottage Cheese, Egg Whites, Crab, and Salmon.

Good carbohydrates include whole grain bread, spice rice, millet, quinoa, sweet potatoes and butter and cinnamon, and all fruits and vegetables are good to go (good fruit fiber and vegetables will help you burn fat. Faster).

What about Fats, of course there are good fats that will help you burn fat faster by eating them. These are avocados, all peanut butter (I love PB2), almonds, olive oil, coconut oil, and green nuts. Good fats will help you burn fat and bad fats will keep the fat inside you.

What I have learned not to dwell on are sugary foods and processed foods. If you want your liver to break down fat in your body, you should stop eating processed foods like high fructose syrup, artificial sweeteners, and hydrogenated fats.

Now you have the idea of ​​food that will help you and food that will kill you. One thing is for sure, whatever you eat, you should enjoy. The fact that food is healthy does not mean that it is tasteless. Also, make sure that you eat the right portions for each meal. The part is usually about the size of your fist. The amount of protein and carbohydrates you should eat per day depends on your weight removing your body fat. So if you have 20% body fat, times your body weight, then subtract that number from your total weight, i.e. how many grams you need per day for protein and carbs. (example: 20% X 180lbs = 36lbs of fat inside your body. 180lbs-36lbs of fat = 144lbs of cle body weight. You need to eat 144 grams of protein and 144 grams of Carbs a day) Now divide the total (144) grams by eating how much to eat per day and what is your number (in this case, a person who eats 5 times a day will need 28.8 grams per meal to get to 144 per day)


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