Published: Dec 15th, 2019
I started training about 9 years ago, it all started casually, I remember my friends who invited me to go and train with them... and there was born a great passion that made me what I am now.
I made many mistakes, but it is the mistakes I made that will lead me to give the best of me and above all not to make the same mistakes anymore, besides being always fascinated by the knowledge of this sport and then apply it to myself.
The main advice I can give you is to be patient and always persevere if you believe in something, do not let yourselves be conditioned by what they can tell you to try to stop you or stop you from reaching your dreams.
Oh yes, for me it is essential in my training because it helps me to completely isolate myself and stay focused, most of the time I listen to electronic music
What I think most of the time, is the awareness of pushing myself beyond my limit, always surpassing myself and failing that last repetition would be like wasting all the training.
I do not follow standardized nutritional protocols, but I rely more on a carbohydrate cyclization always in relation to how my body reacts and my metabolism.
Until today I have never done a real bulk because I was lucky enough to have a good ability to build muscle, but I think that in 2020 I will experience a real bulk season.
My training routine varies a lot according to the objectives and the period. I cycle large muscle groups with minor muscle groups to always give different stimuli to the body.
As done since the beginning, my diet to reach my "best" condition is mainly based on sources of carbohydrates as "clean as possible" proteins minimizing their biological alterations as much as possible.
Difficult to make specific names because there are many I admire all those athletes who in addition to the goal of fitness that can be of different aspects, also manage to build their own family which I think is one of the most significant goals of life.
As a supplement, omega-3 multi-vitamins are never lacking and I find myself very well using a mix between dextrin cycle and a vegetable hydrolyzed protein as a post-workout, as well as other molecules that I insert according to my psycho-physical needs.
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