Despite just beginning to be determined to quit drinking and exercising when he was in his mid-50s, a banker in London, England, still has an admirable physique and physique.
According to Prevention, at an age that probably seems difficult for many people to lose weight is 46 years old, Mr. Tamas Haiman, a bank employee in London (UK) has proved by his own experience. , if there is determination and effort, nothing is impossible.
The middle-aged man decided to give up drinking alcohol and processed sugar, hiring a personal fitness trainer to get fit fitness as well as a healthy diet.
After steadfast adherence to diet and rigorous training for 16 weeks, Tamas Haiman lost 60 pounds (27.2kg) and has a strong, robust body.
This man shared that, when he was at the “peak time” of his weight, he felt like he was living in someone else’s body. “I stopped climbing the scale by the time I found myself weighing 230 pounds (104.3 kg), but I think I have passed that milestone already,” he said. “I was 45 years old”.
In fact, in the past, Tamas Haiman was a very passionate campaigner. He has been an active marathon runner, cycling often, jogging and is a regular patron of the gym.
But then, due to the heavy travel, he quit his practice. “Everything went downhill without braking. I really ballooned like a ball in just 6 months,” he recalls.
Then, when the work became more stable, he did not have to walk as much as before and was able to practice again more often. The middle-aged man is determined to launch the goal of “getting in shape” in the past.
He went to a fitness coach, changed his dinner routine, increased the number of exercise sessions from 4 to 5 days per week.
In terms of nutrition, he started with the biggest “culprits” of being overweight and obese: alcoholic beverages (beer, wine …), processed starch and sugar. He immediately removed them from the meal.
Next, he focused on the calories at each meal instead of the overall calories for the day. He bought the scale to calculate energy-rich foods like nuts and tried to eat organic, unprocessed food as much as possible.
Tamas Haiman’s maid was “horrified” when he first saw him carrying two large sacks full of celery, kale, broccoli, and spinach. “I eat more than before, but better,” he said.
In addition to the diet, there are various sports exercises as instructed by coaches such as lifting weights, climbing, walking, cycling.
“Try to make small changes and see how they work, like increasing the number of steps you take each day, cutting down on certain foods,” he advises.
With that effort, Tamas Haiman lost weight quite quickly: he “burned” all 27kg of fat in just 16 weeks (ie, 1.68kg a week on average).