To become a fitness figure competitor you’ll need a lot of discipline, determination and will-power. It is very important to be well-prepared for the upcoming tasks ahead. In this guide we are going to teach you how to prepare yourself for these kinds of competitions and if you follow this guide closely, you will end up with good results and probably win the figure competition!
Probably the most important factor that determines a good result in the figure competition is your mind. Most of the competitors will already be determined to win the figure competition and that is an important advantage over the other figure competitors. Set up your mind and start thinking about winning the competition. Try to imagine yourself as the gold medalist, walking tall right in front of everybody as the winner. Wouldn’t that be a great achievement? I think it will. So remember, always set up your mind for the upcoming tasks and don’t think of anything else except on that figure competition.
I suggest that you look for a professional to create a diet for you. Your diet will depend on your amount of training and on your metabolism. Therefore it is impossible for me to suggest a perfect diet for you. I can however, recommend some good foods that make part of a good diet.
Recommended foods are mostly vegetables, fruits and white meat such as fish. Fruits and vegetables must be eaten daily and white meat should be eaten about twice a week.
Of course there are still other important foods such as dairy products and red meat. But, the intake of these foods must be controlled depending on your training. If you are an athletic person, then 2-3 portions a week of red meat will be fine for you. On the other hand, inactive people should try to reduce these foods to avoid extra intake of fat and cholesterol.
Training exercises are a need and they will help you win the figure competition. I suggest that you create a 4 day training routine. That means training in Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Wednesday will be off so that your body can recover and adapt to the new training. In Saturday and Sunday I suggest that you refrain from your usual training routine and organize a football game or go swimming, anything that will take your mind off the regular training exercises. By doing this you will avoid getting bored and you will successfully continue with your routine.
In the end it all comes down to consistency and endurance. A good routine for a figure competition will not do any good if you stop it after one week. Keep your mind focused and try to make your routine as fun as possible. Remember if you can keep this up, you’ll end up wearing a gold medal!