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When looking to change your body these are the three starting points I would recommend:
1️⃣ Resistance training, this will give you the best return for the time that you have to invest, don’t think of the gym as a punishment, as cheesy as it sounds celebrate what your body can achieve! Track progress!
2️⃣ Food, eat wholesome foods that you enjoy. Your nutrition doesn’t have to make you feel f*cking miserable! If you want to lose weight, eat less than you burn. If you want to gain weight eat more. Protein is your friend in both scenarios!
3️⃣ Mindset. Make sure you are doing it for the right reasons, for you and no one else. Work out why you want to change and you will.
By no means comprehensive but something to get you started!
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La mattina impiego 50 minuti per la colazione e 10 per fare il resto e uscire. Giusto per farvi capire quali sono le priorità della mia vita.
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Both plates are 115 calories each ⬅️➡️ An example of what I meant about choosing foods that will keep me satisfied longer. Eating the chicken chips is like a daily occurrence during the week. It does absolutely nothing in terms of hunger, I'd eat it because it tasted good. Once I had dinner and my ice cream (@180cals) I was still hungry. So here's to making smarter choices in hopes I'm not hangry so much.