THE 2 METHODS TO DEFINE THE BODY, ELIMINATING THE BODY FAT
The definition of muscle is a topic that interests many sportsmen.
However, during the definition period, there are basic rules, tips that can be followed on how to set the definition period and from which you can start to experiment on yourself (or your athletes) to find out what the best approach. The purpose is twofold: To drastically reduce the percentage of Body Fat (fat mass). Maintain good muscle fullness.
Which are the best or at least the easiest to follow and effective?
There are many and above all gave names of the same actors but the basis of everything or the least common denominator of all these diets is The calorie deficit.
The advice I can give you is to not stress with the endless diets that they do not allow us to live our daily life in a serene way.
Instead, we always try to focus on the caloric deficit without depriving us of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. The classic strategy in the definition phase and try to drastically reduce calories with both carbohydrates and above all proteins, therefore it is advisable to carry out a high protein diet with low carbohydrates but without eliminating them completely. In this phase, the hyper-protein diet is essential to safeguard the same muscle obtained with so much effort. This is the most drastic phase, especially if we have little time available. This type of diet I necessarily need a lot of motivation because from a point of. Mindset really stressed out.
An approach that we can have especially if we have much more time available is to make a caloric reduction in a more gradual manner. For example, we will reduce calories such as 300 cal to carbohydrates and fats. In this case, the protein level should go to compensate. We will begin to have gods. Good results starting from the first 14 days (more or less)
Once the first 14 days have passed, the power supply must be reprogrammed if the results were not as expected.
THE 2 ERRORS WE COMMIT ALL IN GYM IN THE STARTING PHASE
WE DO NOT LOSE IN THE USUAL PICKUP!
To transform training into a habit, a break, a transgression of the rule, a moment of flexion or simply recovery is indispensable. The first mistake to avoid is to start in the fourth.
HERE ARE THE TWO ERRORS WE COMMIT ALL ABOVE IN THE FIRST STAGE
- Training at an intensity and for an excessive duration in the very first phase results in a gradual decrease in the effort dedicated to training, in terms of time and intensity, which lead to failure. To make exercise a habit, we should, at least initially, focus on simplicity (a few easy exercises), practicality (workouts should not interfere too much with our daily activities) and effectiveness (starting from a little to gradually increase the load)
- The second trap in which we must be careful not to fall is the one constituted by the so-called thoughts-excuses aimed at justifying and inactivity. Being able to identify them, creating alternative thoughts more useful to one’s goal.