Ballet Body Sculpture

Redefining fitness & wellbeing

Ballet Body Sculpture is a Unique Ballet Based Exercise Workout Program regardless of your age, ballet, dance or fitness experience. Perfect for those looking to create a graceful posture and body line, using techniques from classical ballet, Pilates, stretching and Neuro Linguistic Programming; forming a powerful mind & body connection for immediate and lasting results. No previous experience in ballet is necessary to join our classes and start creating your dream body line, elegance & posture. Available classes : Group & Personal training 

 

What to eat to make your workout more effective

Before the workout




Try to stick to the golden mean here. You should neither overeat, nor do exercises on an empty stomach — both are unhealthy. You must keep in mind that it’s the last thing you’ll eat before your workout that your body will be digesting during exercise. Preferably, this should be protein-rich foodstuffs, fruit, or anything containing fiber. Animal proteins will help you build up muscle; fruit and fiber-rich products will help digestion and trigger natural cleansing processes in your body.
Examples of foods you should eat 2-3 hours before workout: 
  • Apple and cheese sandwich 
  • Grain bar or milk and fruit 
  • Green salad with chicken or tuna
  • Wheat crackers or whole grain bread 
  • Eggs, omelet
  • Yogurt and fruit 
  • Nuts
  • Fruit cocktail or natural juice


During the workout




When doing exercise, water comes first. Don’t forget to keep a bottle handy — one that is large enough to prevent you from dehydrating. You’ll need water to help your body retain nutrients and make it produce glucose — the natural fuel your body runs on.
Examples of glucose-rich products:
  • Natural fruit juice
  • Bananas
  • Raisins and other dried fruit

After the workout




The time immediately after a workout is crucial, as your body begins to change under the influence of recent physical exertions. Your metabolism rate goes up and your muscles undergo far-reaching transformations.
Examples of products that will help you recover after exercise:
  • Fresh vegetables; steam-cooked or fried vegetables
  • Any low-fat meat or fish
  • Mixed green salad 
  • Cottage cheese or greek yogurt 
  • Eggs
You don’t have to stick to a strict diet for the sake of your workout. Just try to eat more healthy food for a healthy way of life.
Source: Genial
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