General Development Program from Felicia Romero

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General Development Program from Felicia Romero

Felicia Romero is a cover model turned athlete and her looks can turn her head at a breakneck pace. Try her general muscle development program today!

Felicia Romero is not afraid of hard work. She does everything to achieve her goal and bring her body of a goddess to the ideal.

 

That’s right, the goal. Felicia is a diva when it comes to creating her dream body (and the body of any other person). It is not enough just good, it only wants the best.

In addition, she is very moody in terms of form. Felicia would rather choose less weight and directly isolate the muscles than she would pull the glands like a huge jock. As a model who has appeared on the cover three times and won professional competitions, she knows what she’s talking about. This is not just handing out leaflets on the street with dubious offers! If you have as much drive as Felicia Romero, then join her program as soon as possible.

Diet

Calories: 1311 | Fat: 25 g | Carbohydrates: 128 g | Proteins: 137 g

First meal

1 / 2 cups

5 pc

 

1 pc

Second meal

30 g

25 g

 
Third meal

150 g

1 cup

1 / 3 cups

 
Meal XNUMX: Post-Workout

30 g

1 / 3 cups

1 piece.

 
Fifth meal

150 g

1 cup

100 g

 

On a note: I drink up to 3-4 liters of water daily.

Training

Day 1: Shoulders

3 approach to 10 repetitions
3 approach to 10 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 20 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions

Day 2: Back / Calves

3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 12 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 12 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 20 repetitions

Day 3: Hips / Buttocks

3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 20 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 20 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions

Day 4: Rest

Day 5: Shoulders

3 approach to 10 repetitions
3 approach to 10 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 20 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions

Day 6: Rest

Day 7: Quads

5 approaches to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 15 repetitions
3 approach to 20 repetitions
3 approach to 20 repetitions

Felicia Romero’s Personal Philosophy

Nutrition philosophy

Nutrition is extremely important if you want to change your body. This is perhaps the most important lifestyle change you can make. When it comes to nutrition, I believe in the effectiveness of organic and whole foods to give my body all the nutrients it needs for a well-balanced diet. It is very important to eat small meals 5-6 times a day.

This approach will not only speed up your metabolism, but also regulate your insulin levels so that you do not have the urge to eat something. I really try to concentrate and direct my energy towards getting macronutrients (proteins, fats and). I try to eat (protein) at every meal. I aim to consume 1,5g of protein per 0,5kg of body weight.

Always make sure you consume complex carbohydrates that are low, including rolled oats, sweet potatoes, quinoa, to name a few. Healthy fats are also important, they help your body burn fat only if you don’t eat excessive amounts of food. There should be 2-3 servings of healthy fats per day.

Belly appears in the kitchen, without a healthy diet, you will not achieve your desired fitness goals, obviously and simply. So make a plan and stick to it. Write down your menu for the week and prepare food in advance so you never find yourself in a situation that you have nothing to eat or have no healthy alternative.

I allow for a scheduled reward meal once a week, just remember to keep it in moderation. My principle is that your body is given to you only once, so take care of it and indulge in healthy food!

Training philosophy

When it comes to training, in this regard, I do not belong to “gentle girls”. I build my body and work on my figure by sticking to the basics of strength training and cardio exercises. My approach of going to the basics works on what people have been doing for years.

Work on a specific part of the body or muscle group at the maximum limit for shape and tone. It seems to me that many people today overestimate their training regimen when, in fact, they need to concentrate on the basics and be consistent in their training.

When I train, I focus on form and intensity. I strain myself with strength training. If you constantly exercise and eat right, then your body will respond to you, and you will see the changes that you wanted to get.

If you constantly exercise and eat right, then your body will respond to you, and you will see the changes that you wanted to get.

Philosophy of food additives

The purpose of nutritional supplements is in the name itself – they “complement” your regular diet. Nutritional supplements are important, but they should only be used if you are on a healthy diet and exercise regularly.

Under no circumstances should you rely solely on supplements, but only take foods that align with your goals. Then the supplements will be beneficial and contribute to the end result. I do not endorse unnecessary supplements and always research the product very carefully before purchasing. Every time I see people who have taken supplements they just don’t need.

I tend to lean more towards healthy supplements like, enzymes, calcium, etc. I know that my body needs such nutrients to make the whole body work even more efficiently.

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