How to get your boyfriend back

How to get him back?

If this is a question that you are asking yourself then you will be delighted to know that this article will help you find a solution to your problem. Breaking up is hard to do as they say. What is worse though, is being the one who gets dumped. If your boyfriend has left you don’t just sit back and feel sorry for yourself – it isn’t the end of the world! (Although it may feel like it!). There are things that you can do to get him back, and you will find some of the most effective techniques of winning back their heart in the words of this article. So wipe your tears and stop crying! If you really want to get your boyfriend back, follow the tips below. The information found here may spell the difference between reconciliation and a complete break-up of the relationships between you and your boyfriend.

How to return to gym post lockdown

As many sports facilities are finally re-opened many people abandoned home workouts and rushed back to the gyms

Here are some useful tips for returning back on track post lock-down

1. Remember that we are literally living through a global pandemic right now! So give yourself a break and don’t be so harsh on yourself if you struggled with training through lockdown! It is also very important to start exercises slowly, keeping in mind that the possibility of injury is very high

2 Set realistic expectations on yourself. Keep in mind that it is better to be consistent with realistic goals rather than setting crazy expectationa and putting yourself down

3 Set your priorities to hit the base exercises. Especially If you took some time off, you need to focus on setting a solid foundation instead of increasing your intensity or training frequency

4 In terms of loading and weight try to act from a side of caution. Monitor your feelings and recovery after the first sessions, be patient and begin to load up when you are ready

5. If you still feel sore the next day after the training session, simply take a day off to prevent any possible injury.

6 Do not forget you warm up routine, you can choose among differnt options, but do not skip it. Many times, you can warm-up and end up feeling much better and ready for a new challenges

As we all now building muscles is time-consiming process, try to enjoy it and be consistent with your efforts

Real cases why you are still not loosing weight

Did you do everything right and still see no results? There is a variety of reasons why does it happen, we had listed the most common ones.

1 I train twice a day, but my weight does not change

Possible explanation:

- If you incorporate intense training your weight can even increase: muscles are much heavier than fat. Pay attention not so much to weight as to your body composition

- It is also possible that you are overeating and do not evaluate your macro right. When we lose calories during the training we naturally want to eat more. It also seems that you can now afford much more, but if your goal is to lose weight, you can’t do without calorie counting. No calorie deficit – no weight loss.

2. I only eat fruit and drink vegetable smoothies, but don’t lose any weight

Possible explanation:

- Fruit is a source of fast carbohydrates that raise blood insulin levels. Insulin is an anabolic hormone that promotes the accumulation of glycogen and fats and at the same time blocks their use. Insulin also increases hunger, so we feel hungry more often, we increase portions or eat almost continuously.
- The macro content of a smoothie sometimes exceeds complete meals. And the amount of sugar there is most often appropriate – yes, natural, but it’s still fast carbohydrates.
- Such restrictions may lead to the lack of proteins and again may increase appetite

3 I have some much to do that barely had any time to sleep at all. And still I’m not losing weight

Possible explanation:
- Sleep is a basic human need. During sleep, the nervous, endocrine and immune systems scan and subtle balance the body
- Many hormones are produced at night according with the change of day and night. Among them are melatonin and growth hormone. The peak of their secretion occurs from 22 to 2 hours. They allow us to literally lose weight in a sleep.
- The less we sleep – the more we eat, although we don’t notice that. Try to write down your meals on different days, and then compare and you will see for yourself.
- Lastly when we do not have enough sleep then our level of stress hormone cortisol rises and blocks the weight loss

4 I had dropped 20 kg already, but the last 2 kg do not give up. Why is that and what to do?

Possible explanation:
-The more fat you have, the easier it goes away. It is much easier to lose 30 kg from 130 kg than 2 kg from 55 kg
- With weight loss so-called “plateau” period is inevitable, just be consistent and continue your journey. If the weight stands still for a long time (more than 2 months), it is not recommended to further reduce the calorie content of the diet.