Los médicos recomiendan que una mujer debe consumir aproximadamente 2.000 calorías, de acuerdo con Medical News Today, dependiendo de su altura y masa muscular, sin embargo, muchas,como Giorgetta, creen que si comen menos lucirán más esbeltas, pero de eso depende el ejercicio y los alimentos que se consuman.

Motivada a transformar su cuerpo, la mujer, de 27 años, decidió asesorarse con un nutricionista y un entrenador expertos, que le recomendaron aumentar su consumo de carbohidratos y proteínas, además de una rutina que le permitiera aumentar su masa muscular sin subir de peso.

Don't compare your beginning to someone else's middle 🙌🏽 this is something I really struggled with when I first started #BBG. I wanted results and I wanted them now. I'd look at others girls Instagram's and I'd think "why don't I look like that yet?" I'd compare my progress to their progress. I'd look at their photos after doing two round of BBG and I'd think "why don't I look like that yet?" It didn't get me anywhere. It just brought me feelings of resentment and jealousy. I've gotten much better now. I like to look at #bbgprogress and instead feel inspired and motivated by these women. But I'm only human, and sometimes I do find yourself questioning my progress. Wondering if I'm doing enough. It can be exhausting. It always helps for me to look at my own progress and motivate myself with how far I've come through this whole process. Everyone is different, every body is different, it will take longer for others, it will be quicker for others, enjoy the journey and give yourself a little self love, you deserve it! 🌟 👙 @kulanikinis

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“Cuando me sugirió esta nueva dieta, pensé que iba a engordar”, admitió en su cuenta de Instagram, pues tuvo que empezar a consumir 1.000 calorías más al día.

“Fue difícil aumentar el tamaño de mis comidas. Tardé mucho en terminar de comer los primeros días”, dijo sobre el seguimiento del plan, pero lo mantuvo y los resultados son evidentes.

Nothing like watching baby back muscles grow 💓💓💓 I've had heaps of questions about my workout routine since one of my posts was picked up online 🤓 I'm a #bbggirl and total #Kaylafangirl 🙋🏻 I use the #sweatwithKayla app and am in my 28th week. I've never been to a Kayla event and am now dying to go and scramble and yell like a banshee for a drink bottle 😂 I've completed BBG 1.0 twice and am currently doing BBG 2.0. and I freaking love it 💘 I do the circuits 3 times a week, abs, arms and legs for 28 minutes each. I do HIIT on the treadmill, 25 seconds rest, 35 second sprint for 15 minutes once a week⚡️For my LISS days I do Bikram yoga or I'll go for a walk/incline treadmill, I do this 3-4 times a week 💦 Any other BBG related questions? Ask below! 😘

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Ahora luce mucho más tonificada e incluso parece estar más delgada y saludable.

Giorgetta, que además de haberse convertido en una amante del ejercicio y la buena alimentación, es bloguera y ha compartido con sus más de 72 mil seguidores en Instagram su proceso y transformación.

En la red social suele publicar fotos de sus comidas, ejercicios y algunas imágenes que muestran el antes y después de su cambio de dieta.

Let's just preface this by saying no, I did not have an ED. When I was eating 800 calories a day, I thought I was healthy. I was eating healthy food, but hardly any macronutrients. I was curious to find out what my macros were like before I actually started counting my macros, so I entered my old foods into @myfitnesspal to find out. I was quiet astonished to see how little protein and carbs I was eating. 800 calories seems absurdly low as now I need minimum 1500 calories to be full, but at the time 800 calories was keeping me full because that's what my body was used to. After a while though, salad simply wasn't cutting it, and for all the restrictions I was placing on my diet, I simply wasn't seeing the results I had anticipated. So I got in touch with a PT and nutritional coach and got my macros sorted. When he first told me to eat 50% carbs I nearly died! I was eating about 10% carbs before and could not fathom how 50% carbs would not make me fat. I also freaked out at all the calories. I've been keeping an excel spreadsheet and in the first week of being on macros my average calories for the week was a little over 1000. I remember how hard I struggled to actually eat the size of my meals. I would just put my lunch next to my desk and eat it over the course of 3 hours as I couldn't eat it in one sitting! Now my stomach can take way more and is much happier! In the second week I was averaging 1600 calories a day! It didn't take long for my body to catch up. A part of me may always have that mindset that relates not eating with weight loss and "being good today". Sometimes I may forget to eat lunch just because I got busy and for a second I will revert back to old thinking, and think "ohh, I've done really well today and haven't eaten much at all." That's why I love tracking my macros. It will tell me "Maddy, you need to eat more. Go eat 3 potatoes". And I'll pat myself on the back for being healthy and doing really good today! If you're under feeding yourself in an effort to lose weight, don't do what I did for so long. Don't waste your time eating salad when you could be eating sweet potatoes and banana pancakes. Eat more and get fit. It actually works 🙌🏽

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Being naturally slim my "before and after" was never going to be mind blowing. I'd say the hardest part, in those early stages of #sweatwithkayla was looking at my body during those 28 minutes of hell and wondering, "do I really need to be doing this?" 🤔 I didn't have the motivation to keep going, I didn't need to lose 10 or 20 kilos or get my "pre-baby body back". I didn't mind my body and although I wasn't totally comfortable in my body, I still felt okay 👍 I fit into an Australian size 6, weighed 52 kilos, my stomach was already flat and I felt like I looked okay in a bikini, I think that's why I took so long to start. I'd been talking about doing Sweat with Kayla for about a year, but then I'd look at my body and think "but I don't look that bad!" Most people comment on my transformation photos and say they'd be happy with my before. That's what made working out so hard. I didn't feel like I was working towards a goal. I just knew that although I looked healthy, I was far from it. I wanted to feel strong and fit and accomplish something that I knew would be a struggle. I wanted to push myself. So I started. Starting is half the struggle. But I found once I started I did not want to be a quitter 🙅🏻 I wanted to stick this out. I'd be dying during those jump lunges, looking at my slim legs thinking, "whyyyy am I doing this?" 😅😂 but I kept going. And every day I felt stronger, happier and healthier 😊. And every week I completed I felt so immensely proud. Now it's a part of my life. I wake up, check the Sweat with Kayla app, get dressed and go to the gym. No questions, no excuses. I just go. It's a habit like brushing my teeth and I can't go a day without it. It's changed my life and I am forever thankful to @kayla_itsines and @tobi_pearce for creating this amazing program 🤗 If I can do it, you can do it! So how will you be starting your Monday? 👊🏼👊🏼👊🏼

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