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Один из многочисленных отзывов участников моей системы похудения Система питания | Perfect Body | Идеальное тело 💃

Один из многочисленных отзывов участников моей системы похудения Система питания | Perfect Body | Идеальное тело

Здравствуйте дорогие дамы и господа)) хотелось бы поделиться своими фотками до и после похудения по системе «идеальное тело/perfect body».
Добилась я конечно не плохого результата.
Медленно уходили мои килограммы конечно, но очень медленно. Организм привык к системе (приспособился гад).
Кратко о том как я уменьшалась:
Набрала после родов как и многие девчонки. Весила аж 135+ кг, после рождения сына, скинула до 130 кг. Но вообще вес набрала после окончания школы и во время учебы в институте с 65 до 115+..
И так, начала я худеть при весе 129,4 кг (второе фото) не из-за эстетической стороны начала худеть, а банально взбунтовался позвоночник, ему стало настолько тяжело меня таскать корову такую, что он оповестил меня болью не проходящей даже в лежачем положении.
Сбрасывала по 5 кг на диетах типа кушала 2 недели только тушенную капусту и больше ничего (завтрак, обед и ужин только капуста).
Следующие 5 кг только отварная капуста и отварная свекла тоже по той же схеме 2 недели.
Скажу сразу, безумно тяжело было, готовить домашним и не есть. Картошка отварная и жаренная снилась по ночам, просыпалась захлебываясь слюной.
В общим не выдержала я в итоге и сорвалась, набрала очень быстро всё то что скинула. наступил период отчаяния. Я просто перестала верить в свои силы, всё, руки опустились. И решила я податься в спортзал, ибо думала, что без спорта не похудею никогда.
Как-то, спустя год, решила добавить себе мотивации, поискать фотки людей до и после похудения, так сказать — мотивироваться
Абсолютно случайно, наткнулась на форум где худели по системе.
Конечно я загорелась))) такие результаты. Эмоции зашкаливали, связалась с автором — начала худеть.
Конечно были у меня отступления от правил системы, всё же я живой человек любящий вкусно пожрать и попить, в гостях то тортик, то салатик чутка дома. То моё любимое семейство затащит в Макдак, там я себе позволяла есть всё. Но радовало одно, что вес прибавлялся незначительно по сравнению с тем, сколько я скидывала в неделю. В этом и суть системы: не отказывать себе не в чем, просто есть и худеть.
Могу сказать только одно: до системы я год потеряла размышляя как чайник, ходила в спорт клуб, занималась на тренажерах с тренером и на общих занятиях типа степа и фитбола.
То есть я не поправлялась больше своих 129 кг, но и не худела, потому что мыслила так что типа я же усиленно три раза в неделю занимаюсь, значитцо в еде можно расслабится.
Ошибочное мышление человека любящего пожрать.
Но нет худа без добра, подтянулись мышцы хоть немного. Ну и потом конечно же я систему нашла, которая кардинально всё поменяла.

Получилось у меня по весу так: в первый месяц я похудела до 119 кг, во второй месяц до 107 кг, третий месяц был не такой плодотворный в плане скинутого веса, т.к. наверное, слишком много нарушала, скинула до 104 кг. на четвертом месяце похудела до 99,5 кг. ну и на пятом месяце скинула до 92 кг, далее было ещё 6 упорных месяцев работы над собой, «застарелый» вес очень и очень плохо скидывался, но в итоге: 68,4 кг. было скинуто за 11 месяцев системы.
Система стала для меня образом жизни. Ничего другого уже не хотелось, к правилам привыкла, поняла от чего набираю вес, больше не повторяю таких ошибок. Ем всё, ни в чём себе не отказываю. Кстати, для примера фотки, спустя ровно год после начала системы, чтобы виден был результат + фото в процессе похудения))

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This Is How Joy Affects Your Body

Feeling like bouncing off the walls? Here’s what’s going on inside your body.

Oh, joy! That happy, buoyant emotion is a great feeling, whether it’s brought on by a big life event (like a wedding or birth) or something as simple as finding the perfect fruit at the farmer’s market.

On an emotional level, we may feel joy in a variety of ways — tearfully, euphoric, with a deep sense of contentment, and more.

On a scientific level, we feel joy in our neurotransmitters, which are tiny chemical “messenger” cells that transmit signals between neurons (nerves) and other bodily cells.

Those neurotransmitters are responsible for processes and feelings in almost every aspect of the body, from blood flow to digestion.

Feeling joyful? Here are all the ways happiness runs throughout your body.

Every emotion you feel is affected by your brain and vice versa.

According to Diana Samuel, MD, an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center, “The brain does not have a single emotional center, but different emotions involve different structures.”

For example, she explains, your frontal lobe (commonly known as the “control panel” of the brain) monitors your emotional state, while the thalamus (an information center that regulates consciousness) participates in how your emotional responses are executed.

We feel joy in our bodies because of the release of dopamine and serotonin, two types of neurotransmitters in the brain. Both of these chemicals are heavily associated with happiness (in fact, people with clinical depression often have lower levels of serotonin).

So, when something you perceive as happy happens, your brain receives the signal to release these chemicals into your central nervous system (which consists of your brain and spinal cord).

This then causes reactions in other bodily systems.

Ever noticed that when you feel especially happy, your face flushes or your heart races?

This is because of the effect on your circulatory system, explains Dr. Samuel: “Butterflies in your stomach, your facial expressions, even changes in your finger temperature… all of these can depend on your emotions. The effects on the circulatory system can present in different ways physically.”

Your circulatory system consists of your heart, veins, blood vessels, blood, and lymph. Of course, joy isn’t the only emotion that affects this system — fear, sadness, and other emotions can cause reactions in these parts of the body as well.

Your autonomic nervous system is the bodily system responsible for all the things your body does without conscious effort from you — like breathing, digestion, and dilation of the pupil.

And yes, it’s also affected by feelings of joy and elation.

For example, your breathing can pick up when you’re doing something particularly fun (like riding a roller coaster) or slow down when you’re participating in a more relaxing pleasurable activity (like walking in the forest).

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It’s well-known that your pupils dilate when you’re sexually aroused, but they can also grow or shrink based on other emotional states, too.

Other autonomic aspects that can be affected by pleasure include salivation, sweating, body temperature, and even metabolism.

Any type of emotional arousal can also affect your smooth muscles , says Dr. Samuel, which are located in the walls of your hollow organs (like your stomach, intestines, and bladder).

These involuntary muscles are responsible for things like blood flow and the movement of food through your digestive tract — so that could be a reason why your appetite revs up or slows down when you’re feeling positive emotions.

It’s hard to say which comes first because your feelings and your physiology are inextricably linked. Dr. Samuel says, “When something joyous happens, the emotional and physical response occurs right away because all of these things are happening simultaneously in the body.”

And don’t worry — it’s normal to experience varying physical sensations in reaction to your happy emotions and to have different bodily responses than those around you.

You may literally get the urge to jump for joy, while your friend or sibling is more of the happy-crying type.

In a way, you can, says Dr. Samuel.

Even just the simple act of smiling can help. She explains, “Smiling can trick your brain by elevating your mood, lowering your heart rate, and reducing your stress. The smile doesn’t have to be based on real emotion because faking it works as well.”

Another way to use your physiology to enhance your emotional state? Exercise (yes, even when you don’t feel like doing it).

Samuel says that exercise “can help ease depression and anxiety by releasing feel good endorphins and other natural brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that enhance your sense of well-being. Exercise can also take your mind off worries and negative thoughts that may feed depression and anxiety.”

If you’re feeling down, simple activities like going for a walk in nature, petting a dog or cat, kissing a loved one, and yes, even forcing yourself to smile, can help those neurotransmitters do their job and lift your mood.

Now that you know how your body and your emotions can work in tandem, it may be a little easier to “hack” your mood so that you feel more joyful on a daily basis.

Carrie Murphy is a freelance health and wellness writer and certified birth doula in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her work has appeared in or on ELLE, Women’s Health, Glamour, Parents, and other outlets.

The Body Art: Doryphoros (Canon)

Doryphoros (Canon)

Doryphoros (Canon)
Artist / Origin: After Polykleitos of Argos (Greek, ca. 480/475–415 BCE)
Region: Europe
Date: 450–440 BCE
Period: 500 BCE – 1 CE
Material: Bronze
Medium: Sculpture
Dimensions: H: approx. 84 in. (213 cm.)
Location: Munich Museum, Munich, Germany
Credit: Courtesy of the Munich Museum

Created by master sculptor Polykleitos of Argos (ca. 480/475–415 BCE), the Doryphoros, or Spear-Bearer, has long been regarded as an exemplum of male beauty as conceived of by the ancient Greeks.

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Polykleitos sought to capture the ideal proportions of the human figure in his statues and developed a set of aesthetic principles governing these proportions that was known as the Canon or “Rule.” In formulating this “Rule,” Polykleitos created a system based on a simple mathematical formula in which the human body was divided into measured parts that all related to one another.

Though we do not know the exact details of Polykleitos’s formula, the end result, as manifested in the Doryphoros, was the perfect expression of what the Greeks called symmetria. In art of the High Classical period (ca. 450–400 BCE), symmetria, or symmetry, not only encompassed a sense of proportion and balance, but was also an exercise in contrasts. The body of the Doryphoros, for example, stands in what is termed contrapposto, meaning that his weight rests on his right leg, freeing his left to bend. In the process, the right hip shifts up and the left down; the left shoulder raises and the right drops. His body is brought into a state of equilibrium through this counterbalancing act.

Although the Doryphoros represents a warrior poised for battle, he does not don a suit of armor or any other protective gear. In fact, were it not for the actual spear that that statue originally held, it would have been difficult to identify him as such. A hallmark of classical Greek sculpture, male nudity or nakedness was understood as a marker of civilization that separated the Greeks from their “barbarian” neighbors.

Many of the most influential Greeks of this period, including artists, writers, philosophers, and politicians, were obsessed with the notion that one should strive for perfection while recognizing that such perfection was unattainable. The face of the Doryphoros is devoid of individual features, which suggests that he is meant to represent an idealized version of the everyman, the perfect Greek male citizen (women were not citizens). Yet, his body—proportional, balanced, naked, strong, and exuding confidence—is one that the viewer might aspire to achieve, but never could.

Expert Perspective:
Andrew Stewart, Professor of the History of Art and Greek Studies, UC Berkeley

“The Greeks didn’t have a word for idealization. That’s not to say that Greek artists didn’t think quite hard before they carved a kouros or drew a naked guy on a pot. I’d say that essentially the standard image in the sixth-, fifth-, fourth-century art represents what they regarded as the highest common factor of humanity. And this highest common factor was arrived at by the notion of structure, of order, which uses mathematics and geometry, at least in sculpture it does, but is not restricted to that, in order to create ideal proportions, what each individual sculptor thought was ideal proportions. And then overlaying that mathematical geometric structure, that grid, with convincing simulacra for muscles and bones and flesh and so on and so forth.

Proportion manifests itself right at the very beginning of the intensive Greek engagement with the body in the eighth century. But the sculptor who really set it on a consistent footing, really took it to the next level, was Polykleitos of Argos. Polykleitos, we are told, created in his Canon, which was probably identical with the Doryphoros, a work of sculpture which other artists followed like a law, as a nommos, the Greeks would say. And there we are told quite unequivocally that he related every part to every other part and to the whole and used a mathematical formula in order to do so. What that formula was is a matter of conjecture. But, it’s beyond doubt that he did use a mathematical formula and applied it rigorously to the entire human body, even down to the fingernails and toenails. That we know as a fact. Antiquity never subsequently forgot what he had done. They tried to transcend it and his proportional scheme was adapted, adopted, adapted, changed, criticized and so forth. But right up to the end of the Roman Empire, we still find Polykleitan-style torsos and Polykleitan-style proportions. And then through the Roman copies we find them again in the art of the West from the Renaissance onwards, obviously not identical, but as it were, his shadow is extremely long and it still persists ’til today.”

Additional Resources

Bonfante, Larissa. “Nudity as Costume in Classical Art.” American Journal of Archaeology 93.4 (October 1989): 543–570.

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Foxhall, Lin, and John Salmon, eds. Thinking Men: Masculinity and Its Self-Representation in the Classical Tradition. London; New York: Routledge, 1998.

Moon, Warren G. Polykleitos, The Doryphoros, and Tradition. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1995.

Stewart, Andrew. Art, Desire, and the Body in Ancient Greece. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Stewart, Andrew. Classical Greece and the Birth of Western Art. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Strengthen the Nondominant Side of Your Body

Guess what? You’re out of balance. It’s not entirely your fault, though. Generally, we’re born with a side that we favor. Unfortunately, most of us live our lives continuing to use, develop and strengthen that side while our so-called «weak side» gets treated like an ugly stepsister and rarely gets asked to do a lot of cool things. The result is an imbalance in both strength and coordination that can be holding you back in a lot of ways.

A lot of this imbalance has more to do with your neurological system than your muscular system. One of my favorite things to do with new clients is a simple punching drill. I’ll have a right-handed person assume a traditional left-leg-forward fighting stance and ask them to throw a two-punch combination: a jab from the front hand and a straight power punch from the back hand. There’s never a problem. Then I have them switch stances so that their right foot is in the front. The jab from the right hand looks fine, but because they’ve never thrown a power punch with their left hand, it ends up looking like a three-year-old throwing a baseball.

I’m not expecting you to be able to pick up a single grain of rice using chopsticks with your nondominant hand. But strengthening your nondominant side is more important — and easier — than you think. Still have excuses?

But. I’ve survived this far without worrying about it. If you’ve lived a life free from back pain, hip pain and people nagging you about your posture, consider yourself lucky. Even something as basic as always sitting with the same leg crossed over the other can lead to increased right-left imbalances. «One side is contracted. One side is lengthened. Over time that leads to stretch-weakness on one side and shortening of the muscle on the other,» says chiropractic sports physician Kate S. Kelly, owner of Active Recovery Boston. «That can cause poor circulation, lack of blood flow, spinal misalignment, headaches. and the list goes on.» Ouch! That’s more than enough reason to make sure your nondominant side is up to speed.

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But. that’ll make my workouts too long! While you may end up wanting to add a bonus set or two for your nondominant side when doing single-arm exercises like biceps curls or shoulder raises, you can make up for a lot of right-left imbalances without adding any time to your workout. If you use machines, look for ones that have the arms or legs working independently. Machines that have you pushing or pulling a single bar with both arms (or pushing a single footplate with both feet) generally result in your strong side doing most of the work and your weak side going along for the ride. If you use free weights, simply switching from barbells to dumbbells will force your nondominant side to work a little harder with each rep.

But. I’m just trying to lose weight. If one side of your body is stronger than the other, it generally means that side is also a little bit bigger. Don’t worry — it’s probably not noticeable, or someone would have told you by now. By strengthening your weaker side, you’ll not only be lessening whatever imbalances exist, you’ll also be adding muscle. Muscle is living tissue that requires calories to exist. By adding more muscle to your body, you’ll be raising your metabolism and forcing your body to burn more calories every day. And in the off-chance that you did have a visibly noticeable difference between your right and left sides, you’ll see that difference slowly disappear.

But. I’m just trying to stay in shape for tennis and basketball. On the tennis court, if you have a strength imbalance, you probably get to balls much easier and have much more control and power on your forehand. Balls to your backhand side are a lot harder to get to and harder to return with power and consistency. You might not see your strength imbalance, but your opponent will. If you’re playing against someone good, they’re going to be hitting to your backhand side all day long. Same goes on the basketball court: You may have a killer move to one side, but once the opposition realizes that’s the only side you can go to, you’re done. Hey, if you can ever get to the point where you can pass or shoot confidently with either hand, you may want to check if you still have any NCAA eligibility left.

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