HOW TO GET YOUR DESIRED PHYSIQUE THIS YEAR 2020

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DESIRED PHYSIQUE = 60% PERFECT DIET + 20% PERFECT WORKOUT + 20% PERFECT SLEEP

SO, HELLO GUYS, THIS IS SATYAM KUSUM MISHRA, CERTIFIED FITNESS TRAINER AND CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST. AS I PROMISED I WILL WRITE ON FITNESS FOR YOU ALL AND NOW I AM INTRODUCING FITNESS CONTENT FROM THIS VERY ARTICLE. WISH YOU ALL WILL LEARN A LOT FROM THIS AND SHOW YOUR LOVE TOWARDS IT AS MUCH YOU HAVE GIVEN TO PREVIOUS ONES.

 

60 % DIET:

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The 60-20-20 rule talks about 20 per cent exercise, 20 per cent sleep and 60 per cent nutrition. While most mistake this the other way round, it is important to understand how 60 per cent nutrition plays a huge role in fitness. Both nutrition and exercise compliment each other and neither can do anything without the other. This means that without exercising, you will not end up burning calories of the foods you eat and without food, you will not have the desired energy for exercise.

The 60-20-20 rule has been backed by science and should be adhered to if healthy and sustainable weight loss is your goal. However, this does not mean that 60 per cent nutrition means you keep eating food all the time and exercise for sometime only. 60 per cent nutrition denotes to a food plate which is a perfect blend of fiber, protein, carbohydrates, fats and vitamins and minerals.

How to ensure your 60 per cent nutrition intake everyday?
Since we know how our food plate needs to be divided into different food groups, here is the list of healthy foods which you can include in your daily diet:

Fiber: Indigestion and constipation are two biggest issues of any weight loss fanatic. Fiber will take care of this. To include enough fiber in your diet, you can include green leafy vegetables, fruits, pulses, whole grain foods such as buckwheat flour.

Fats: To cut the bad fats from your body, you need to consume good fats. This does not mean loading up your plate with harmful fats such as trans fats which are cancerous in nature, but rather healthy fats which contribute to a healthier body. To add fats to your diet, you need to include ghee, mustard oil, sesame oil, dried fruits and nuts such as walnuts, almonds and cashew nuts.

Proteins: Despite the fact that a typical Indian breakfast starts with milk, we lack protein in our diet. Proteins are the building blocks of the body and hence lead to weight loss as well. Not only milk but you need to include other richer sources of protein such as yoghurt, cheese, paneer, soya, tofu, gram flour, peanuts, chicken or fish to complete your daily intake of protein.

Vitamins and minerals: Even though we have read in many textbooks that vitamins and minerals are important for immunity, we tend to forget them anyway. Vegetables, seeds, nuts, and fruits are the best way to get your daily dose.

Carbohydrates: The often feared food group during weight loss is actually the most important for a fully functional healthy active body. At least 40 per cent of your plate should contain carbs such as rice, roti, multigrain breads, vegetables, pulses, legumes and fruits.

Why is the 60 per cent nutrition rule important?

The 60 per cent nutrition rule is necessary to manage your daily calorie intake. If you are a weight loss fanatic, by now you understand the basic concept of calorie in and calorie out. This means that you should burn as many calories as you eat. This definitely does not mean that you exercise throughout the day only to make up for your last meal, but rather that you should be active despite your exercise schedule.

The calorie rule means that on every kilogram of your body weight, you need 30 calories. For example, if you weigh 60 kilograms, you need (60X30) 1800 healthy calories everyday, even to lose or maintain your ideal weight.

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20% WORKOUT:

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We all know that exercise is important in our daily lives, but we may not know why or what exercise can do for us.

It’s important to remember that we have evolved from nomadic ancestors who spent all their time moving around in search of food and shelter, travelling large distances on a daily basis. Our bodies are designed and have evolved to be regularly active.

The Benefits of Exercise

There are many benefits of regular exercise and maintaining fitness and these include:

  • Exercise increases energy levels

    Exercise improves both the strength and the efficiency of your cardiovascular system to get the oxygen and nutrients to your muscles.  When your cardiovascular system works better everything seems easier and you have more energy for the fun stuff in life.

  • Exercise improves muscle strength

    Staying active keeps muscles strong and joints, tendons and ligaments flexible, allowing you to move more easily and avoid injury. Strong muscles and ligaments reduce your risk of joint and lower back pain by keeping joints in proper alignment. They also improve coordination and balance.

  • Exercise can help you to maintain a healthy weight

  • The more you exercise, the more calories you burn.  In addition, the more muscle you develop, the higher your metabolic rate becomes, so you burn more calories even when you’re not exercising.  The result?  You may lose weight and look better physically which will boost your self-esteem.
  • Exercise improves brain function

    Exercise increases blood flow and oxygen levels in the brain. It also encourages the release of the brain chemicals (hormones) that are responsible for the production of cells in the hippocampus, the part of the brain that controls memory and learning.  This, in turn, boosts concentration levels and cognitive ability, and helps reduce the risk of cognitive degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

There is overwhelming evidence that people who lead active lifestyles are less likely to suffer from illness and more likely to live longer.

    • Exercise is good for your heart

      Exercise reduces LDL cholesterol (the type that clogs your arteries), increases HDL (the good cholesterol) and reduces blood pressure so it lowers the stress on your heart.  Added to this, it also strengthens your heart muscle. Combined with a healthy diet, exercise lowers the risk of developing coronary heart disease.

    • Regular exercise lowers your risk of developing type 2 diabetes

      Regular exercise helps to control blood glucose levels, which helps to prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.  Additionally exercise helps to prevent obesity, which is a primary factor in the development of type 2 diabetes.

  • Exercise enhances your immune system

    Exercise improves your body’s ability to pump the oxygen and nutrients around your body that are required to fuel the cells that fight bacteria and viruses.

  • Staying active reduces the likelihood of developing some degenerative bone diseases

    Weight bearing exercise such as running, walking or weight training lowers your risk of both osteoarthritis and osteoporosis – the adage of “use it or lose it” really does apply to bones.

  • Exercise may help to reduce the risk of certain cancers

    Being fit may mean that the risks of colon cancer, breast cancer and possibly also lung and endometrial cancers are reduced. Studies by the Seattle Cancer Research Centre have suggested that 35% of all cancer deaths are linked to being overweight and sedentary.

Exercise not only makes you physically fitter but it also improves your mental health and general sense of well-being.

  • Active people tend to sleep better

    Physical activity makes you more tired so you’re more ready to sleep. Good quality sleep helps improve overall wellness and can reduce stress.
    See our page The Importance of Sleep for more information.

  • Exercise improves your mood and gives you an improved sense of well-being

    Physical activity stimulates the release of endorphins which make you feel better and more relaxed.  These in turn improve your mood and lower your stress levels.

  • Exercise can help prevent and treat mental illnesses like depression

    Physical activity can help you meet people, reduce stress levels, cope with frustration, give you a sense of achievement, and provide some important “me time”, all of which help with depression.

  • Keeping fit can reduce some of the effects of aging


Exercise can be fun!


Getting fit is not just about running on a treadmill for hours in your local gym, it can be a dance class or a new hobby like fencing or mountain biking.  It could be a group or team activity like football or a karate class.

Whatever form of exercise you choose, you’ll almost certainly meet new people and may make new friends.


How Much Should you Exercise?

According to the American College of Sports Medicine, current guidelines suggest that to stay healthy, adults between 19 and 64 should try to be active daily and follow these recommendations:

Cardiorespiratory Exercise

Cardiorespiratory exercise, often abbreviated to ‘cardio’, is any exercise that increases the heartbeat and breathing rate.

Such exercises include walking, running, swimming, cycling, dancing and team sports such as football, hockey, basketball etc.

You should get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week.


These recommendations can be achieved through 30-60 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise (five times a week) or 20-60 minutes of vigorous-intensity exercise (three times a week) or a combination of both types.

One continuous session combined with multiple shorter sessions (of at least 10 minutes) is also acceptable.

For those starting out, gradual progression of exercise time, frequency and intensity is recommended. You are more likely to stay on track and avoid injury if you start gently.


Even if you can’t reach these minimum targets you can still benefit from some activity.

Resistance Exercise

Resistance exercise is concerned with working the bodies muscle groups and building strength.

It is recommended that adults train each major muscle group two or three days each week using a variety of exercises and equipment.

Very light or light intensity resistance training is best for older persons or previously sedentary adults new to exercise

  • Two to four sets of each exercise will help adults improve strength and power.
  • For each exercise, 8-12 repetitions improve strength and power, 10-15 repetitions improve strength in middle-age and older persons starting exercise, while 15-20 repetitions improve muscular endurance.

It is recommended that adults should wait at least 48 hours between resistance training sessions.

Moderate vs Vigorous Intensity

There are a number of different ways to classify the intensity of any exercise, some based on heart rate, some on perceived exertion and some on how the exercise affects your metabolic rate.

Generally Speaking…


Moderate-intensity activity should raise your heart rate, make you breathe faster and make you feel warm enough to start to sweat.

Vigorous intensity exercise will make you breathe hard, increase your heart rate significantly and make you hot enough to sweat profusely.

The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans suggests that moderate-intensity activity allows you to talk but not to sing, whereas more vigorous activity results in an inability to say more than a few words without pausing for a breath.

Examples of moderate intensity exercise include:

  • Brisk walking (100 steps/minute)
  • Dancing
  • Swimming or aqua aerobics
  • Gentle cycling (5-9mph)
  • Badminton or doubles tennis
  • Volleyball

Examples of vigorous intensity exercise include:

  • Running
  • Power walking at 5mph or more, or walking uphill briskly
  • Cycling faster than 10mph
  • Aerobics
  • Martial arts
  • Competitive sports (football, basketball, rugby etc.)
  • Skipping/jump rope
  • Rowing

Overall though, any activity that gets you moving, gets your heart rate up and gives you enough pleasure to do it regularly and often is good for you in almost every way.

Have fun, be healthy and feel good!

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20 % SLEEP:

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To understand why sleep is important, think of your body like a factory that performs a number of vital functions. As you drift off to sleep, your body begins its night-shift work:

  • Healing damaged cells
  • Boosting your immune system
  • Recovering from the day’s activities
  • Recharging your heart and cardiovascular system for the next day

We all know the value of sleeping well, and we’ve all experienced the feeling of being refreshed after a good night’s sleep – and the feeling of fatigue after a poor night’s sleep. But even though we know this, in our busy society, many of us are not getting the quality sleep needed to truly receive the health benefits of sleep.

Understanding the sleep cycle

Understanding what happens during sleep also means understanding the sleep cycle, which consists of  two recurring phases: REM (rapid eye movement) and NREM (non-REM or non-rapid eye movement). Both phases are important for different functions in our bodies.

NREM sleep typically occupies 75–80% of total sleep each night. Many of the health benefits of sleep take place during NREM sleep – tissue growth and repair occurs, energy is restored and hormones that are essential for growth and development are released.

REM sleep typically occupies 20–25% of total sleep each night. REM sleep, when dreaming occurs, is essential to our minds for processing and consolidating emotions, memories and stress. It is also thought to be vital for learning, stimulating the brain regions used in learning and developing new skills.

If the REM and NREM cycles are interrupted multiple times throughout the night — either due to snoring, difficulties breathing or waking up frequently throughout the night — then we miss out on vital body processes, which can affect our health and well-being the next day and long term.

What happens if you don’t get enough sleep?

If your body doesn’t get a chance to properly recharge – by cycling through REM and NREM – you’re already starting the next day at a disadvantage. You might find yourself:

  • Feeling drowsy, irritable or sometimes depressed
  • Struggling to take in new information at work, remembering things or making decisions
  • Craving more unhealthy foods, which could cause weight gain1

If this happens night after night, it places a tremendous strain on your nervous system, body and overall health. So if you’re not sleeping well or aren’t feeling rested when you wake up in the morning, it’s important to talk to your doctor and ask if a sleep study is right for you.

SO, DON’T FORGET TO GET YOUR PERFECT SLEEP.

References

  1. Morselli L et al. Role of sleep duration in the regulation of glucose metabolism and appetite. Best Pract Res Clin Endocrinol Metab 2010;24(5):687–702.

SO, HERE I END THIS ARTICLE, IF ANY PERSON BALANCES ALL THREE 60% DIET, 20% WORKOUT & 20% SLEEP, HE/SHE CAN GET HIS/HER DESIRED PHYSIQUE. AND ALSO IF YOU WANT ME TO WRITE ON SOME SPECIFIC TOPIC PLEASE MENTION IT IN COMMENTS.

IF YOU NEED HELP WITH DIET/WORKOUT OR ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE, EMAIL US/MENTION IT IN COMMENTS OR CONTACT SATYAM KUSUM MISHRA ON HIS INSTAGRAM @SATYAM_CSER.

SATYAM KUSUM MISHRA HAS STUDIED FITNESS TRAINING/ANABOLIC STEROIDS AT MEDIFIT EDUCATION ACADEMY FROM DR. MAHESH KUMAR (DIRECTOR OF MEDIFIT BIOLOGICAL AND CELEBRITY TRAINER), FOOD AND NUTRITION FROM STANFORD UNIVERSITY ONLINE & CURRENTLY ALSO STUDYING SCIENCE OF EXERCISES FROM UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO BOULDER.

HE HAS HELPED A LOT OF PEOPLE IN GETTING THEIR DESIRED PHYSIQUE AND TRANSFORMED THEM.

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THESE ARE ONLY A FEW TRANSFORMATION PICS AVAILABLE. THEY HAVE GIVEN RESULTS TO A LOT OF PEOPLE TRYING TO GAINS MUSCLE MASS AND LOSE FAT DESPITE OF SUFFERING FROM PCOS/PCOD OR THYROID HORMONAL PROBLEM.

ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR PHYSIQUE GOALS!

LET’S TRANSFORM NOW!!

 

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