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- PROTEIN NEEDS 💪🤔💪
How much do you really need?
There is so much info out there on this subject, so i’m going to break it down today and keep. It. Simple.
I’m a big believer in a higher protein when it comes to sports nutrition and especially when fat loss is concerned.
In fact I believe most people should be aiming for more than is recommended by the standard guidelines (around 0.8-1g/kg for most regular non-athlete folk).
But there are possible advantages to higher amounts especially in those trying to get leaner.
“So how much should I be eating?”, You may be asking.
▶️ If you are under 65yo and not training:
At least 1.2g/kg lean mass
▶️ If you are under 65yo and training (especially in calorie deficit)
At least 1.6g/kg LBM
▶️ If you are 65yo or older:
At least 1.6g/kg LBM
The reason amounts are higher in training individuals and in the elderly is because of increased muscle protein turnover (and specifically sarcopenia in the elderly - i.e. degenerative muscle loss as you age).
All in all, if you are in doubt...at least eat 1.2g/kg LBM but higher amounts can be beneficial so talk to your sports dietitian or send me a message NOW! (individualisation is key).
What’s your fave protein rich food? COMMENT BELOW 👇
P.S. I have spots available in my 1:1 coaching program (limited spaces available) so if you want to finally take control of your nutrition and get the body you want or feel better in the gym, ✨APPLY NOW✨ via the link in my bio👆 (or send me a DM to ask me about my program) 😃
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- 🌟The TRUE way to a perfect workout plan for getting toned and having more energy 🌟
Have you tried going to the gym and either didn't enjoy it, so never went consistently or you tried going 5-6 days a week for 2-3h and felt completely drained.
Didn't see the results you wanted with neither?
I've been on both ends of the spectrum and I'm here to let you that it doesn't have to be that way.
❕HERE'S THE TRUTH ABOUT WORKOUTS❕
🔹It should be challenging, but also empowerming giving you energy every day,
🔹It should work with you and for you - fit your schedule and lifestyle
🔹It should give you results - make you feel stronger and more confident
So how should your workout plan look like?
1️⃣ You only need 3-5 sessions a week (depending on your goals), that are 1-1,5h long and I promise you will see phenomenal results.
2️⃣ Focus on 80% strength training and 20% endurance/cardio - wieght training has for sure been the biggest factor to transformation in my physique and my clients
+ in my personal opinion its the most fun and sustainable way to workout.
🔘When doing strength training start with 8-12 reps 3 times for each exercise, to build muscle and increase your strength.
🔘Work on each muscle group 2 times a week for ultimate results. The muscle groups you want to focus on most for a stunning physique are: back, shoulders, chest and booty 🍑
✨ While implementing all the above remember listen to your body and do what feels good to you. Your body is actually super smart and will tell you what's right. You just have to learn to listen.
Have you ever struggled with going to the gym? 👇🏼I'd love to know what's the most difficult for you in the comments below.
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- Killer Ab workout 🔥! Voor een stalen sixpack 💪🏻
- Double Leg Thrust 3x amrap
- Double Leg Side Thrust 3x amrap
- Bosu Ball Crunches 3x10-12
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Laat die zomer maar komen 😎☀️
- Some accessory chest & triceps movements 👇🏼 These should be done after your heavy movements like bench press!
1) alt medicine ball push-up 6-8 each side
2) triceps kickbacks 8-10 each arm
3)TRX flies 10-12 move your feet forward/back to make it easier/harder
4) triceps dips 12-15
5) single arm HEAVY chest press 6-8 each arm
6) TRX tricep extensions 10-12 again, move your feet forward/back
Try this your next time at the gym! It’s always fun to switch up your exercises and stay away from the machines and dumbbells 💪🏼
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