Personal trainer certified in sports and nutrition
A good trainer must also be a very good psychologist. These things go hand in hand. However, to achieve the desired body transformation, we must not forget the main ingredient: nutrition. If you manage to combine these three elements, it means you have the whole "package"!
How I started?
I have been passionate about sports since I was a child. I practiced tennis until the age of 17. I started fitness 12 years ago. At that time there was no accredited course in Romania, so I started taking online courses abroad, for myself, because this field simply fascinated me!
Experience matters most. I've worked with thousands of clients over the years. Various physiological typologies with different expectations and activity levels.
I work both with people who are relatively ok in terms of weight, but looking to improve their physical appearance, to tone their muscles, and with overweight people who want to lose extra pounds.
Years of experience
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A ballanced diet is 80% of the work!
Currently I have two active programs: CarmenFit CLUB and CarmenFit VIP CLUB. Both programs involve a set of exercises and a personalized diet for each client, adapted to their specific objectives. The programs are based on a personalized analysis and a constant interaction through WhatsApp to track progress. Of course, this level of personalization comes with the disadvantage that I can only enroll a relatively small number of people each month. However, because the demands are constantly growing, I am working to launch other complementary offers in order to be able to offer options to a wider audience. In the meantime, if you want to work together, I encourage you to join the waiting list.
In the morning on an empty stomach, not before menstruation and ovulation.
It depends on several factors, but on average, for overweight people the optimal rate is around 1 kg - 1.2 kg / week. For obese people we can reach 2 kg - 2.2 kg / week.
For optimal results, my diets are customized and adapted to the specific needs of each client.
Behind the diet there are detailed calculations between carbohydrates, proteins and fats. If we skip a snack that may seem less important, we spoil the ratio of macronutrients and the caloric deficit will be too high.
The simple answer is: no. The body needs rest periods for recovery. If we train excessively, our body will need more calories, that is, more food. We thus enter a vicious circle. If we do not provide the body with nutrition related to the effort, the results will not be as desired.