Julia Vins is one of the most popular female powerlifters in the world. Recently, she decided to share some tips to help you lose weight, and look fit doing so.
Vins, also known as “Muscle Barbie,” is a female powerlifter known for having an incredible physique, while maintaining a doll-like face. Furthermore, she has amassed a massive social media following. People are captivated by her workouts, which she always does in makeup.
As a result, fans are always wanting to know how to look like Julia Vins. With a pair of posts to Instagram, she decided to share some tips to help you look like her. Initially, she gave an intro on what she was looking to accomplish. Following that, she shared some tips to help count calories, and look fitter.
This was her first message:
“I realized that all this time I didn’t share with you my experience:
How to reach your goal to look fit faster and make your training more productive.
Why look fit?
Because most people, including me, want to look awesome, to be muscular, lean, but everyone makes the same mistakes. From my own experience I found out these mistakes and I want to tell you about them.
As you know, I’ve been training for 8 years, my best squat is 252 kg, bench press 165 kg, deadlift 192 kg with body weight 63 kg, I am the world record holder. And I’m trying to look fit too, but in such a way as to combine this with real life, I don’t have much free time because I own business.
I don’t consider myself a fitness guru, but I have a lot of experience online and personal coaching, and I know which methods gives quick and good results.
let’s get started 🙂 I have prepared a series of posts for you and I will be grateful for your support ☺️ P.S. Thanks guys for reposting me in stories, there are so many of your tags, but I always like your photos”
This is what Julia Vins has to say about counting calories:
“Many people who try to lose weight or gain weight make the same mistake that kills their progress.
They don’t count calories
They are train in the gym very hard, eat right, but bodyweight doesn’t change.
It hits your motivation. Even if training changes your life , it’s hard to continue when you don’t see any progress.
If you still count calories but don’t see any progress:
1. You don’t know how to calculate your calorie norm and just use estimated norm that you found on the Internet
2. You know your calorie norm, but don’t eat enough protein (but we’ll talk about it in another post)
3. A couple of times a week you’re overeating / eat not enough.
I did a survey in my Instagram stories and many of my followers said they just don’t know how to count calorie norm.
Now I’m gonna help you get rid of this mistake
Open the calculator and count right now using this formula:
Calorie Calculation Formula for Men:
(10 × bodyweight in kg) + (6.25 × height in cm) − (5 × your age) + 5
Calorie Calculation Formula for for women: (10 × bodyweight in kg) + (6.25 × height in cm) − (5 ×your age ) − 161
If you don’t have physical activity, multiply the result by 1.2 * If you run a little 1-3 times a week or walk a lot, multiply by 1.375
* If you exercise 3-5 times a week, multiply by 1.55
*If you train 6-7 times a week, multiply the result by 1.725
* If your job involves physical activity and you exercise 1-2 times a day, multiply by 1.9
To gain weight / lose weight, add / reduce from 250 to 500 calories
I will show you this by my example: (10 × 63 kg my bodyweight ) + (6.25 × 165 cm my height ) − (5 × 23 my age) − 161
630+1031 – 115 -161 X 1.55(my activity) = 2147 my calorie norm
If I want to lose weight, I reduce it by 300 calories = 1847 ✅
For calorie counting, you can use any app for your phone (for iPhone I use FatSecret)”
Julia Vins will be continuing to post more advice and fitness tips. Stay tuned to FitnessVolt for those, as they come out.