3 TIPS TO GET FIT FASTER

To the question “What is the key to getting fit?” We have to take some things into consideration.

– Regardless of science, everyone defines physical fitness differently based on their preferences.

– There are many ways to reach a component of physical fitness. I’m just talking about a couple.

– You should know which of the 5 main components of physical fitness are determined by science.

– All the “keys” to physical fitness require constant effort by the person getting fit.

1. Sprint often – whether you run, pedal, jump rope or climb a very tall tree, do it with maximum intensity. Of course, this reduces the time you spend on the activity, but the general physiology of the activity will also benefit you more.

People who jump as an integral part of their training are muscular, slim and powerful. If you don’t believe me, just type “track sprinter” into Google images and see what types of bodies you can find.

On the other hand, people who do low and long distance exercises (running, cycling, etc.) tend to be lean, less muscular, and generally have a less rounded physique. If you wish, you can type “endurance athletes” into Google Images. I admit that I appreciate both types of physical activity and both types of physical, but the Sprinter’s physical looks more like how I imagine a suitable body image.

So if you are looking for a functional, strong, slender and lively body, then you can shoot quickly!

2. Reduce Cereals and Dairy Products: Fortunately, this suggestion is starting to catch on and is becoming more accepted in the fitness world. ultimately; Our bodies were not designed to ingest cereals or dairy products from non-human animals. Cow’s milk, goat’s milk and any milk other than breast milk have been developed for babies of this type, not for you and me.

While breast milk was intended for consumption, it should only be taken in infancy. As soon as we can eat, chew and use our food, we should eat the phenomenally nutritious things that the earth naturally provides us.

Wheat is abundant because our hungry ancestors discovered a long time ago that it was much easier to grow wheat, rye or oats and transport them in a sack than to hunt a rabbit or look for walnuts in a snowstorm. Fortunately, we are not so angry with food these days. If you are a hungry disaster, then definitely load the milk and bread.

Damn it, if you’re really hungry, eat all you can find! But if fitness is your goal and you don’t just want to survive, you should limit your cereals and dairy products. They are hard on the body, they are not easily digestible, many are addictive, they are prone to inflammation and our body reacts to it by becoming swollen, sluggish and fat.

There is also evidence that cereals (mainly wheat) can cause demonstrable brain damage and can contribute to diseases such as depression. Try to stay with lean meats, fibrous vegetables, nuts, berries and melons. These things are what our body is designed to feed on, so try it.

3. You should have 60 days of selfishness – Many people don’t adapt, also because you have to focus on it. Not only during training, but also when cooking, eating and dealing with family and friends.

If you have a tendency to make everyone around you happy before taking your time, I promise you that your chances of reaching the fitness lifestyle are at best low. You have to learn to focus on yourself, your goals, your dreams, what you need and what will help you get fit.

Your friend has to do with the fact that you ride a bicycle on Saturday morning so that he can come with you or sleep for a long time, but you will get back in shape.

Ultimately, personal fitness requires personal attention and care. If you find ways to make yourself a priority for 60 days without anyone or anyone being able to stop your fitness plans, you have a solid foundation for developing a lifestyle that you can be proud of.

Here are some general (but real) tips to get in shape:

– Reduce sugary drinks (which now everyone know)

– increase your water intake

– Decrease your carbohydrate intake during the day

– Get plenty of sleep and rest

– Reduce your sources of processed carbohydrates.