The steps to transformation – Part 1

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Transform your physique

1. Respect recovery

The rest phase and sleep are certainly the most neglected phases of a transformation. Stressing the body and pushing it to its limits is a good thing: the body is forced to adapt. In contrast, without rest, you will regress instead of evolving. Your daily rituals therefore significantly influence your muscle gains. Beyond nutrition, which is essential for tissue repair, regeneration requires a good night’s sleep (7-9 hours) to withstand intense training and the stress of modern life.

2. Eat to lose fat

Losing fat doesn’t mean starving yourself. It is necessary to ingest a high calorie quota in order to provide the energy necessary for intense training and to maintain your hard-earned muscles. When you’re forced to cut back on carbs, it’s crucial to eat more protein.. An average of 40 grams of protein with each meal and snack seems appropriate to limit the catabolism (muscle breakdown) inherent in cutting.

3. Track your progress

Take pictures! You should also check your weight, fat percentage and waist circumference every 4 weeks. The meter changes don’t lie and clearly show you where you’re going. Moreover, noticing changes will motivate you to persist in your efforts. Think of it as a barometer to gauge if your training and diet are working for you.

4. Fuel your sessions!

Pre- and post-workout meals as well as supplements around training will provide the energy needed to perform better and recover better. Aside from solid food meals, supplements such as branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), whey protein can promote muscle growth.

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