Analyse your eating habits and design your own diet plan
Your motivation is at its peak, your trainings are going acording to plan, but the results are still not there?
In addition to regular and quality training sessions and the right motivation, proper nutrition is also needed for the athlete to progress. We all eat, the food is, in addition to liquid, the most urgent human need. By eating food we simply feed the body the substances that the body needs in order to function (an analogy from everyday life: a car needs fuel to work). The basic idea is really, it sounds simple, but it is important what, how much, when and how food gets into your body (if the tank is completely empty, the car can not be used until we put in new fuel, as we do not benefit from it, if we pour water inside instead of fuel). It is true that the analogy of a car is not suitable to describe such a complex organism as the human body, but it is a good starting point to begin considering about your eating habits.
Our interest is not to offer you dull information, but to help you to get to success! In sport, this also means knowledge in the field of nutrition. For a professional guided diet plan, you can always turn to our experts, but here we present an exclusive series of articles that will help you on your way to a better understanding of what must be in an athletes diet and why it is so important.
In the first article you will be informed about what food, that you eat on day to day basis, consist of. In this first article we will not be talking about quantities, but only about what food is. So I would suggest you to also read articles that follow. Only then you will be able to see a bigger picture. It's not only what you eat, it is also how much you eat.
One of the key factors for achieving the best results in sports, is in addition to good training and motivation, diet. For years, scientific studies have confirmed that proper nutrition leads Athletes to better results.
The basis of losing excess weight is calorie deficit*. This simply means that in a day we consume fewer calories/energy than we spent. How many calories you spend in one day, depends on your lifestyle and your daily activities.
The life of an athlete is significantly different from the rest. Of course, it is also very important at what level, age and the amount of training the athlete has. Every man should strive towards optimal welfare which would mean the highest possible state of physical and mental well-being.
Proportions of macronutrient to macronutrient intake differs from diet to diet. Also every individual has different preferences and needs, so the easiest way to determine the optimal ratio is by trying different combinations