Overseas fans call her “Muscle Beauty” because she has a very beautiful face, feminine style but at the same time has strong muscles, as solid as iron.
Julia shared that the first time she went to the gym was when she was 15 years old. At that time, she only wanted to exercise to get better. The first year, the training did not bring the results she expected and so, she resolved to focus solely on weightlifting.
“I have chosen my own path. My family has always stopped me. Most of the people around me show an attitude of not understanding what I am doing. Some friends advise me to give up, and some do not. advised me to focus on getting a job,” said Julia.
“Now that seven years have passed, I can confidently say that my choice was the right one, even though I’ve been through many hardships,” she added.
Weightlifting is a sport that uses strength. Trainers or athletes need to combine technical movements to lift weights with gradual weight to the maximum they can. Unlike bodybuilding, weightlifting increases muscle strength, not just size.
This subject will be more comfortable for those who want to stay in shape but still crave chocolate and pizza because the practitioner does not have to limit themselves too much.
“I train five times a week, and I change the weight of the weights depending on how I prepare for each stage. My diet is also always changing. When I’m getting close to my exam, I I’m back on a strict diet. But once a week, I still allow myself to eat whatever I like,” Julia revealed.
Plus, weightlifters don’t have to follow a low-calorie diet, she explains. Excessive abstinence is completely unnecessary, and can even adversely affect health. “I recommend that people follow a balanced diet that contains adequate amounts of protein, carbohydrates and fats,” she adds.
Julia Vins has a height of 1.65m, is an athlete in the 67 kg weight class. She can lift 220kg squat, 120kg bench press and 190kg deadlift.
The secret of all secrets
“There is no special formula for success in weightlifting. All you need is time and hard work,” said the beautiful athlete of this masculine sport.
“In my opinion, there is only one secret to being able to stay in this sport for a long time. If you want to be in good shape, you have to practice. It’s like if you want to be a musician, you have to practice. regular instrument skills… This trick is true in all areas,” Julia said.
“Many people who start training don’t see immediate results and then stop. I’ve seen so many talented people quit sports for some completely absurd reason, even when they have achieved results. pretty good results,” she continued. “So it all depends on whether you really want to do it or if it’s just a passing inspiration,” Julia said.