Then you celebrate every time you make a significant step forward, it’s important to be proud of ourselves when we work hard. Finally keep practicing the achieved abilities; because every skill needs to be maintained, otherwise we lose what we worked so hard for.
Training tips for strong arms & should avoid wear & tear?
I train every day with elastic bands, it’s very important to include in our daily routine these exercises to prevent from injury. After I warmed up with the bands with movements in every direction, I work with some light weights or in handstand. The variations on an upper body workout are endless and I like to practice my handstands every day, so I use my fantasy to create variations.
Share Five key factors to follow while preparing for championships?
I think the most important thing is consistency in every factor. In a healthy diet, so food is the first factor, then proper exercise, based on a proper programmed schedule, then a steady mind set, that allows the athlete to focus when he has to train but to be able to relax when the training is over. The relationships with his family and friends are important and last but not least sleeping at least 8 hours at night is very important, it allows the athlete to maintain a successful routine.
Share a few words about the website Womenfitness.net and message for our visitors?
I like the website, it’s very fascinating and offers a variety of suggestions and topics. My message is to keep doing exercises and try to live as healthy as you can. The work on ourselves is as important as taking care for others because if we feel good we’re more inclined to help other people.
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