The Blog is a page where we are exposing our ideas on a few topics related to Health and Fitness.
What should I eat?? What the term macros refer to? This is what we will be covering in this serie.
3rd type of Macros, the Essential Fats are playing an important role in our food and in our body. however, their consumption doesn’t have to exceed 35% of the total daily calories. If your daily calories intake is 2,500 calories, you shouldn’t get more than 750 calories from fat (about 83 g of fat).
If you think of your body as a car, and your training as the tyres you put on your wheels, depending on whether you're going to drive in the snow or under the
sun, you're not going to use the same tyres if you want your driving to be optimal.
The same thing goes for training, as if you want to gain muscle or have more definition, you're not going to train the same way.
A healthy body composition simply means having a body fat percentage relatively low (between 8 and 19% for a man of 20 to 40 years old and between 21 to 31% for a woman same age).
Hum ok, but how is that healthy?
tWell if you think of your body as a castle where your organs are stunning furniture, the fat is the dust which accumulates around your organs over the time and your muscles are hardworking fairies in charge of making sure that your castle is always at the top:
In order to lose weight, build muscle, tone your body and improve your body composition, Strength training should be your main focus. Indeed, the more muscle mass you build, the more fat you burn and the toner you look.
Weight loss is a vast subject for which every trainer has a different approach.