I’ve been practicing Falun Gong for more than 2 years now, and it’s really been a pivotal moment in my health and fitness journey.
Night sweats, stress, anxiety, loss concentration, low life satisfaction, were just some of the challenges I faced before practicing Falun Gong.
I remember the first day I came across Falun Gong, I learned that it’s actually banned in China. I thought: ok must be good.
A lot of things are banned in China. Facebook, freedom of the press, Youtube, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity, and more.
Well the people of China are different to the government who runs the country. And it’s the Chinese Communist Party who’s making these ridiculous rules.
Anyway, it’s free and easy to learn in all other countries. Falun Gong is a meditation practice known for it’s profound health benefits.
There’s been many interesting scientific studies on the health benefits. Just one example from the General Administration of Sports of China says “This extraordinary observation in Falun Dafa practitioners indicates this practice has outstanding benefits,” the report concluded. “It not only offers a path to health improvement but also points to a new direction of science and research.”
It’s theory is based on the Buddhist and Daoist school of thought, but not the religion of Buddhism or Daoism.
There’s 5 simple and powerful full body meditation exercises which are free and easy to learn online at www.falundafa.org
Seeing results in a short amount of time in really important because it keeps you motivated
A rewarding thing to hear is when a client says they got a compliment from other people noticing their body changes. Although it’s good to be toned, there’s other benefits you’ll get. Other areas of your life like work and leisure can improve.
When it comes to body toning, you’re looking at working the muscles, getting your heart rate high, and keeping controlled meal sizes. The better you do and the more effort you put into doing these things, the quicker you’ll see changes in the mirror.
Initially you need to be patient for a few weeks and put in the work. This is why I created my online coaching platform. It keeps you going in those first few weeks while you might not see changes instantly. This is the time that most people either give up, or lose hope, or put in less effort.
I track clients progress, and make sure they’re completing the exercises with quality. My online platform and coaching techniques allows me to do this. And that’s how you’re going to see changes. You’ll be energised to push yourself hard.
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Macros are macro-nutrients. They are protein, carbohydrates, and fats. How much of each should you eat for effective fat loss?
Calculate Effective Macros
Here are the steps:
1. Find how many calories and what your macros currently are. You can use MyFitnessPal for 1-3 days. You’ll be able to see how much protein, carbohydrates and fats you are eating. You should be able to see a percentage for each.
2. See if the amount of protein, carbohydrates, and fats you are eating is balanced or not. They should be somewhere around 40% protein, 40% carbohydrates, and 20% fats. If you find your current diet to be a much higher percentage of carbohydrates, like 50 or 60%, then you know it’s time to reduce them.
3. If you’re carbohydrate percentage is higher than 40%, then eat more protein, and it should balance the marcros after a few days of testing.
4. Make sure the types of food you’re eating are junk food and are balanced. For example, if you’re getting all your carbohydrates from pasta, pastries, bread, and cereal, then change it for potatoes, oats, and rice.
5. If you’re looking for fast results, you can lower your carbohydrates to 100g per day, but only do this for 2 weeks. Make sure you’re strict and then raise them back up for long term results.
6. Make sure you’re on a balanced and sustainable/ fun exercise program too improve results.
7. After 2 weeks at 100g of carbohydrates, then raise it back up to 33% protein, 33% carbohydrates, and 33% fat. In other words, very balanced eating, 3 meals a day, with small snacks like fruit, honey, and milk. These foods are good for the metabolism.