Who is really at peace with their body?
I don’t think so, because there are always places and spots on your body that you don’t like. Fortunately, these days, everything can be fixed by a cosmetic surgeon. The range includes not only larger breasts or a straight nose, but also six-pack and biceps implants.
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Why rip your bum when it was that easy?
Yes, I know it is expensive and also carries certain risks … so what?
No, have fun aside. Of course, there are areas of the body that cannot be changed without surgery, but we can “conjure up” significant changes without surgeons.
Well, it sits not that simple, you have to do something for it, and a lot can be done with the two components fat and muscle.
The ratio of fat and muscle is decisive here, and there are different variations.
- Variation 1: More fat than muscle
- Variation 2: More muscle than fat
- Variation 3: no muscles and no fat
As you can see, the results differ significantly.
How do you want to look?
Yes, me, too, in my opinion, variation 2 is the most aesthetic, but unfortunately, also the hardest to achieve. Variations 1 and 3 are comparatively child’s play, either you stuff a lot of food into yourself or only eat an apple a day and nothing else. No physical training or anything like that is necessary.
Life is not fair. Instead, the feeling of success, pride, and joy is greater when you have reached Variation 2.
How you reach that?
Simply because you put a lot of time, sweat, discipline, and energy into your body transformation.
Well, Variations 1 and 3 have that too, but they can’t necessarily be proud of themselves. Variation 1 has to go to McDonald’s several times a day and spend as much time as possible on the sofa in front of the telly.
Variation 3 is a lot easier, you just have to be careful not to overeat, and if you do, you can still use the toilet bowl. But neither of them will be happy. You are now probably wondering how to get your dream body or at least a few steps closer.
How to get your dream body? | Body Transformation
- The goal
Without a goal, you will never achieve anything. You don’t get on a train and get off somewhere unless you’re so drunk that you don’t know where up and down is.
You will very likely lose your way a few times, but it is well known that you also get to your destination by detours. None of the greats such as Einstein or Henry Ford, were successful from the start; they too had to overcome a rocky road.
See it as something good, because every time you lose your way you learn something.
The best thing to do is to write down your desired weight, including your body fat percentage, BIG on a piece of paper and stick it on the door of your room or over your bed. You may also print out a picture of your beauty idol and stick your head on his/her body.
Like everyone else, you will eventually arrive at a point where your motivation is on the beach and sipping a pina colada. The trick is to catapult yourself out of this low as quickly as possible.
For this, it is not enough just to want to look better or not to have to be ashamed anymore. It would be best if you much had deeper motivations, so-called irrational motivators.
Read the following article to motivate yourself for workout.
In order to achieve your goal, you have to be very disciplined, and that doesn’t stop with regular training. This is about lifestyle changes, the way you live.
What has prevented you from progressing so far?
- The weekend out with tons of alcohol and fast food?
- Insufficient and unhealthy diet?
- Are you working too much
- Family obligations?
You know best yourself. Try to overcome your barriers, and if there are a thousand different reasons why it doesn’t work, take it one step at a time. Start with one obstacle at a time.
For example, change your eating habits and just focus on them until you think you have it under control. Only then do you take the next hurdle. In my opinion, this is the easiest way to get used to bad habits and adapt your lifestyle to your goal.
Fitness is a lifestyle.