10 fitness tips from World athletes and olympians

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Fitness tips from famous athletes and olympians are ones that you can guarantee their credibility and success. We bring some of the most important fitness tips from professional and famous athletes that they themselves are applying in their athletic life, check them below:

 

  • Michael Phelps

    Michael Phelps“I added a weightlifting regimen to my dry-land work. I lift weights 3 days a week, preferably on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. However, I prefer bodyweight exercises like push-ups and weighted pull-ups for muscular strength and endurance. I keep a great balance between bodyweight exercises and weight exercises. Relying more on bodyweight exercises will keep me lean and will not add too much additional weight where it could affect my swimming speed and movement in the water. The less weight you have to drag in the water, the quicker you can swim.”

  • Kerri Walsh

    Kerri Walsh“When I’m sore, ice is my best friend. It really works. I take omega-3s every day, which helps with inflammation. And I try to eat things that won’t inflame my joints, like fresh fruits and veggies, lean protein, and seafood.”

  • Usian Bolt

    Usian Bolt

    “Do not rush to get to the top speed. Start out by leaning forward, hold the drive phase for 20-30 meters, and then accelerate gradually.”

  • Hedeya Malak

    Hedeya Malak“Practice whatever sports you love, work hard, and believe in God, yourself, and your abilities and you will succeed.” addressing Egyptian girls

  • April Ross

    April Ross

    “I really like doing circuits, so if you pick 3 or 4 exercises, do one set of each exercise one right after the other and then, after a short break, go back to the first one again. Do the circuit 3 -5 times depending on the intensity you’re looking for. I’ve also changed my cardio to intervals, so instead of running at a constant pace for 20 minutes, I will run at a fast pace for a minute and walk for 30 seconds and repeat for 20 minutes. Or just go for straight sprints with recovery in between, you can also apply this to cardio on the bike, stair master, or rower.”

  • Cristiano Ronaldo

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“High intensity is important to get your blood pumping and to increase stamina. I do a lot of sprinting drills in training and they can be incorporated into your workout whether you are in the gym or outdoors. Try and add it to every workout you do.”

  • Sarah Robles

    Sarah Robles

    “I recommend to any women to do some form of resistance training, whether that be weight lifting, power lifting, or just general strength and conditioning. Because we’re women, our bone density is affected by osteoporosis more than men, and you can almost completely offset that by doing strength training. You’ll be stronger, more flexible, faster, and more athletic. There’s pretty much nothing that weight lifting can’t cover in itself. So in conclusion, lift weights!”

  • Sarah Ahmed Samir

    Sarah Ahmed Samir“Whoever wants to be a champion, he has to believe that he is a champion.”

  • Lionel Messi

    Lionel Messi

    “To ensure that I am the fastest man on the pitch, I do a lot of skipping and stretching. There are also multiple sets of short sprints with very small breaks in between. This builds not just speed but stamina as well. Lunges and skipping bring more deliberate force into my movement.”

  • Serena Williams

    serena williamsI don’t do the “diet” word ever! A lot of people get caught up in crazy eating. My goal is to have a healthy lifestyle so I can live a long life. I don’t eat a lot of meat. I eat a lot of natural food – a lot of green stuff like spinach and cucumber. And I drink lots of water. I’m working hard at being a tennis player – I don’t want to work hard by being on a crazy diet.”

     

     

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