We tell you the secrets to be in shape in 30 days…. is it true?


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1.- Front the mirror.

2.- Your body it is not a machine.

3.- A program with 10 objectives to win.

In these 3 points you will discover how to get fit in 30 days

1.- Front the mirror

You just came out of a complicated time and wanted to leave her behind quickly. After some time you have looked back in the mirror with interest and it has cost you remember the best version of Your face, now haggard and something flaccid. Then it comes to your memory that, in the last days, people from your closest environment have directed you comments like “You have to take care more…”, or “you’re a little more…” But do not finish the sentence and gesturing with your hands plotting a circle that you interpret as your body is rounding.

Still in front of the mirror, taking note of your miseries, remember that in just over a month you have the wedding of your brother-in-law, the annual convention of the Company and that weekend of sun and beach in the Canary Islands that gave you Santa Claus.

When those thoughts go through your mind, your malaise is on the rise and you make a radical decision: you’re going to submit to a special 30-day training program that you saw on the Internet that showed you the before and after of some characters that claimed to have followed the Program.

At that moment, your state of indignation with what you see in the mirror exerts a powerful motivation, you look decided, unbeatably resolved to follow that training plan. At that point, you don’t know it yet, but you’re making one of the worst decisions possible.

2.- Your body it is not a machine

What no one has the courage to tell you is that your body is not a machine. Neither yours nor anyone else’s. The functioning of your organism is conditioned by your mind and your emotions which, as you know, are often unpredictable and contradictory.

The agonizing emotion you experience when you see yourself in the mirror, the comments about your overcoming roundness faced with your immediate perspectives, make up an explosive cocktail, a stressful situation that makes it easier for you to screw up, that your decision To reverse this problem just get it worse.

But none of this means that you can do nothing to improve your life, to feel better and to have more energy and vitality. And for that you don’t have to become a gym animal if you don’t want to.

3.- A program with 10 objectives to win.

1.- Humility.

Overcome the first temptation to follow a ultrafast training program to lose weight, mark biceps and buttocks and look chocolate tablet in the belly in 30 days, it is important that you seriously consider what you really need. You can ask yourself about your aspirations.

It is not the same as aspiring to unload heavy sacks on an African pier or to work as bodyguards of a Lebanese sultan that if your daily life will continue to be spent in the placidity of an office in front of a computer or in a workshop of cutting and dressmaking.

If your case has more to do with the first two options, you do not need to continue reading, but will not serve a 30-day plan to reach that state in a way that claim the occupations concerned.

You should already know that haste and urgency are not good at all and are a guarantee of failure for everything. Opting for a simple and easy solution will be more radically effective than submitting to a stressful and urgent program in the form of 30 days.

2.- But … Come on! Let’s do it.

Draw a program of action that can be assumed and that you could commit and with which you can go at your own pace. It includes 3 areas of activity: nutritional, physical and mental. Assume a radical commitment to you.

3.- Before to start, first let’s take a look at with fridge.

With courage and determination. Throw away everything you don’t want. Sweetened and carbonated drinks, canned fruit juices, industrial pastries, ice creams, biscuits and everything that takes sugar.

Continue with French fries and snack snacks, margarine or refined oils, white bread, sausages and processed meats, pizza or processed cheese.

Don’t be fooled by junk products, such as low-carb foods or low-fat yogurts and sweeteners. In the garbage!

4.- Prepare to change the diet.

I mean, a new diet. This begins with the drink. Water. Choose the one you like the most, mineral water, gas, gas, or directly from the faucet. If you feel like you can drink from time to time a freshly squeezed fruit juice.

Avoids bottled juices. Put in your pantry or in your fridge the food that will propel your new vitality. Whole-wheat bread, red or chicken meat, blue fish (sardines, tuna, salmon, trout).

Put care in fats and oils. The extra virgin olive oil and the ones that contain the nuts are the best fat for your organism.

Make a space in the refrigerator for fruits and vegetables. Don’t forget the nuts, grapes and prunes, dates, almonds, walnuts.

Remember that spices give flavor and are a gift for health, turmeric, peppers, black, red, green, red pepper, cinnamon…

5.- Eat with caution, which means don’t do it compulsively, out of boredom or while watching TV. If you can, préparate your food with the new ingredients and try out new combinations of textures and flavors.

From the first days you will feel more light in your movements and more freshness in your mind. Appreciate and value this new feeling that is the first result of your decision and your commitment to it.

6.- Eat with moderation.

It includes carbohydrates, fat and protein. If you’re not going to run a marathon or go up to Everest, limit carbohydrates, whole wheat bread, pasta. Better oats, rice or legumes, always in moderation.

Pay special attention to fats. The best for your body are those from olive oil and nuts-yes, I know I’ve said it before, but I repeat it because it is important.

With fats you also have to go cautiously. A walnut contains more calories than a hard egg. You can avoid this caution with vegetables, green beans, chard, spinach, tomatoes, garlic, onions and a long etcetera.

7.- Reserve every day 30 minutes and 1 hour to move your body.

Go from 3 to 4 kms. At least. If more, better. But you can also dare to other things, some soft outside, or give some strokes in a pool. A 2015 study of the University of Cambridge [1] Over 10,000 people concludes that any physical exercise is related to higher levels of satisfaction and vitality.

And is that a little exercise a day is enough to shoot our endorphins, neurotransmitters responsible for making us feel joy and wellbeing.

This will just convince you, especially in the early days, that your commitment is worthwhile.

8.- Write a diary.

Buy a notebook and dedicate 10 minutes a day to write your impressions, your successes and the improved aspects. Don’t get obsessed with the weight. This is not a diet of slimming, it is a simple formula, of common sense, to obtain energy and vitality and, therefore, will put you in your proper weight and in a short time you’ll sweat joy and satisfaction for all the pores of your skin. Ask yourself if that’s what you really want, because you’re about to get it.

9.- Cultivate exquisitely your endorphins.

Physical exercise helps you, but you can put more on your side. The production of these neurotransmitters-endorphins-in the human organism is intermittent and non-linear, so this production can be stimulated and cared for.

In addition to physical exercise there are other activities that stimulate these prodigious neurotransmitters. Laughter, to which traditional medicine attributes beneficial effects to the lung, is also a producer of endorphins. Or walks through nature, the mountains, the forest or the beach. Or the music, the singing, the dance.

They also stimulate the production of endorphins for relaxation or meditation sessions and prayer. The production of endorphins not only modulates appetite, strengthens the immune system and relieves physical pain, also releases sex hormones that regulate the intensity and frequency of intimate relationships.

10.- To follow this program and enjoy its results, nothing is more valuable than your own commitment.

Once dismissed external aids such as supplements and dietary supplement, drugs and the like you come to mind this question: “then… there is nothing that can help me? Well, yes. Solutions that just a few years ago were unimaginable have come to us from the hand of the sport of high competition, as we have seen in the training technique of AC Milan, tennis players like Novak Djokovic or cyclists like Lance Armstrong.

In that line exists E8sport, a smartphone application that can help you reach your goal. E8sport will improve your strength and physical stamina and help you in concentration and reflexes. The Fortium modality of E8sport extends the anti-stress effects of a light physical exercise daily and improves the rest. It’ll help.


[1] https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0160589#sec001

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