Elvis Gjeci is a 26-year-old, down to earth Italian guy who seems like an ordinary boy next door until he switches on his camera and flexes his body muscle. The Italy based gymnast and fitness trainer has a fanbase of over 40k followers on his Instagram and other social media networks. Being an artistic gymnastics athlete for over 15 years, the Italian ‘Superman’ is setting perfect examples for anyone who wants to lead a healthy lifestyle and wants to make a career in fitness. You must recognise him from several viral fitness videos and his innovative workout sessions. Here are 5 tips the star gives his followers for an healthy lifestyle:
1. Get Sleep On Time
Despite the fact that the greater part of us have eight-hour occupations during the day or night, it is critical to get sufficient rest to re-energize the body. Six to eight hours of sleep will keep the body going for the duration of the day, yet on the off chance that you end up feeling tired anytime in the wake of getting back home from work, definitely, take a little rest prior to working out. You should just snooze for about a half-hour. This will keep you from remaining up later in the evening.
2. Individual Motivation
Getting inspired by ourselves is just as important as working for getting our monthly expenses done. “In an event that there is a ton of help around you, you will think that it’s simpler to keep up active work,” he says.
3. Get Up And Exercise Daily
People don’t treat exercising the way it should be. It is not a secondary part of your life, assign it back into your primary tasks of the day. Exercise everyday for only 60 minutes. You don’t need to task yourself for running an hour, or pull heavy weight for an hour, just moderate exercises on a regular basis.
4. Positivity Is Essential Part Of Life
A good mental health will help your more than physical exercises, a good mental attitude and approach towards life will help you strive hard. Find any exercise you think is fun, or find a person with whom even lousy exercise will be fun to do.
5. Warm Up
Warm up before hitting the gym every single time. Do some mild exercises like stretching before moving on to lifting heavy weights.