Si crees que al reducir las calorías en tu dieta vas a bajar de peso, déjanos mostrarte la historia de la bloggera Madalin Giorgetta, una joven que solamente consumía 800 calorías al día, creyendo que al hacerlo, mejoraría su físico.
Al darse cuenta que su alimentación era muy pobre para una joven de su edad (27 años), decidió ponerse en contacto con un nutriólogo, quien le recomendó incluir proteínas y carbohidratos en sus comidas, aumentando en un 50% el consumo de ambos.
Don't compare your beginning to someone else's middle 🙌🏽 this is something I really struggled with when I first started #BBG. I wanted results and I wanted them now. I'd look at others girls Instagram's and I'd think "why don't I look like that yet?" I'd compare my progress to their progress. I'd look at their photos after doing two round of BBG and I'd think "why don't I look like that yet?" It didn't get me anywhere. It just brought me feelings of resentment and jealousy. I've gotten much better now. I like to look at #bbgprogress and instead feel inspired and motivated by these women. But I'm only human, and sometimes I do find yourself questioning my progress. Wondering if I'm doing enough. It can be exhausting. It always helps for me to look at my own progress and motivate myself with how far I've come through this whole process. Everyone is different, every body is different, it will take longer for others, it will be quicker for others, enjoy the journey and give yourself a little self love, you deserve it! 🌟 👙 @kulanikinis
La nueva dieta consistía en mil 500 calorías y aunque en un principio Madalin creyó que subiría de peso, se dio cuenta de los cambios positivos que tuvo. De hecho, logró que su físico se tonificara aún más. La joven aprovechó de compartir su logro en redes sociales, en donde mostró su cuerpo antes y después del cambio.
Stronger, healthier, happier and finally in Italy 💪🏼🇮🇹❤️ We had a 45 minute transfer time between Frankfurt airport and Florence yesterday and had to literally run or more like sprint to make our flight ✈️🏃🏼I had just gotten off a 12 hour flight, was half asleep and had eaten my body weight in airplane food and had to run 2km holding my 4kg wheelie suitcase 😩 There is no way I would have made the connecting flight if I hadn't been fit and if I hadn't been doing my HIIT on the treadmill! I felt like I was on the amazing race and we made it 🎊🎉💃🏼So here's to #BBG for helping me get to Italy 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Had a bit of a realisation the other day talking to my hairdresser/problem solver/life expert 💇🏽 She's my coaches sister so we were having a lil goss about him 👯 (all good, don't worry Jayden!) We are constantly told what is "good" food 😇 and what is "bad" food 😈 When I eat bad food I feel... haha bad! Of course! Feelings of guilt and shame after I eat "bad food" is just not how I want to live my life ❌ My coach has been telling me for the last 8 weeks, "stop calling them cheat meals... you don't need a cheat meal if you follow your macros" and "stop labelling food "good" or "bad!" I was like yeah yeah yeah... 🙄 I need my cheat meal you don't understand 😩 Now I finally get it💡Having a pizza 🍕 or ice cream 🍦 or a chocolate covered pretzel 🍫(yummmm) is not a cheat meal. They are not bad. Restrictive eating will only cause you to binge 🐷 and is never going to be sustainable. People tend to have cheat meals because they restrict themselves too much during the week and then blow out on the weekend. It leads to an unhealthy behaviour and relationship with food. If you treat yourself every day and stop viewing food as "good" or "bad" then you're much less likely to binge. So now I'll indulge in what I like to call "tasty treats" every day and don't feel guilty about it. I eat 80% "healthy" and 20% "tasty treats". I'm starting to finally develop a healthy relationship with food, thanks @jtpersonaltraining aha I finally get it!
Nothing like watching baby back muscles grow 💓💓💓 I've had heaps of questions about my workout routine since one of my posts was picked up online 🤓 I'm a #bbggirl and total #Kaylafangirl 🙋🏻 I use the #sweatwithKayla app and am in my 28th week. I've never been to a Kayla event and am now dying to go and scramble and yell like a banshee for a drink bottle 😂 I've completed BBG 1.0 twice and am currently doing BBG 2.0. and I freaking love it 💘 I do the circuits 3 times a week, abs, arms and legs for 28 minutes each. I do HIIT on the treadmill, 25 seconds rest, 35 second sprint for 15 minutes once a week⚡️For my LISS days I do Bikram yoga or I'll go for a walk/incline treadmill, I do this 3-4 times a week 💦 Any other BBG related questions? Ask below! 😘