Sunce Fit - Shedding Light On Fitness and Nutrition
Whether you take fitness seriously or consider it merely a hobby, it never hurts to educate yourself on certain topics that could take your training to the next level. Sunce Fit was established in late 2018 to shed light on topics in fitness and nutrition, but we mainly focus on weight training, meal prepping, intermittent fasting guides, and product reviews.
Bodybuilding is an interesting sport because there are so many directions an individual could pursue as a bodybuilder. I like to think of the term “bodybuilding” itself as a .ZIP file. If you were to take this .ZIP file and extract it, you would find loads of additional folders that relate specifically to the sub niches that comprise bodybuilding as a whole.
Technically speaking, there are four classes of bodybuilding: Mens Physique, 212 Olympia, Classic Physique, and the Open category. For women there are three classes: Figure, Physique, or Bikini. Although the NPC puts these classes into place, rest assured that bodybuilding is whatever you want to make of it.
A majority of people may choose to never compete, but if you are lifting weights and eating clean to maintain a solid physique, then you are essentially partaking in bodybuilding.
You are probably not an IFBB pro-bodybuilder, and neither am I. Despite this fact, I have five years of natural bodybuilding experience, and the topic is something that I am very passionate about.
A majority of the information you come across on this website is designed to educate, to motivate, and to influence healthy decisions. A noticeable flaw in the fitness industry is the fact that everything is heavily opinionated.
There are no thrills here at Sunce Fit, you are only going to get information that has either been scientifically proven or battled tested throughout time. Whether you are a beginner in the world of fitness, or a seasoned veteran, feel free to check out our bodybuilding articles to answer any questions you may have.
Achieving that dreamy physique that so many people aspire to have is a hard task. Take a look at any fitness model, bodybuilder, or top athlete and the one thing that they likely all have in common is: they’re shredded.
Going to the gym on a consistent basis is all fine and dandy, but what really makes a difference in terms of your physique is your nutrition.
If you’re just starting to change your path, and possibly adopt a healthy nutrition plan, it is easy to get jumbled up with all the terminology you’ll hear. Calories in vs. calories out, IIFYM, TDEE, BMR, and so on. What does all of this information actually mean? We cover all of this in our nutrition category which can be accessed here.
In recent years, the practice of intermittent fasting has risen in popularity extensively. Generally speaking, intermittent fasting refers to an eating cycle where an individual does not eat for roughly eight hours out of the day.
There are multiple variations to the standard 16:8 intermittent fasting plan including 18:6 and the extreme 20:4. The first number in this ratio represents the amount of hours in a given day where you are not eating. Following this number is your eating window, or the hours in a day where you’re allowed to consume calories.
Generally speaking, most people find balance when adopting the 16:8 intermittent fasting plan. Not eating for 16 hours is not the hardest task, considering most people sleep between seven to eight hours each night. Furthermore, fitting all of your calories into an eight hour window is also not very difficult with some planning.
Here at Sunce Fit, we are huge advocates for intermittent fasting, particularly if you are looking to lose stubborn fat or maintain a lean physique. We will walk you through the necessary steps to approach intermittent fasting in a proper way, and we even offer an intermittent fasting plan pdf free of charge. Feel free to glance at the information we offer in our intermittent fasting section.
To put on muscle mass, you obviously need to have access to some sort of training equipment to get you started. It is a common misconception that you need a squat rack, bench press, and deadlift platform to gain muscle. With as little as a set of dumbbells, you can drastically change your physique in as little as twelve weeks. We review equipment periodically on our website, and most of the equipment we review is home friendly so that any person is capable of reaping the benefits.
Perhaps you do not have a gym membership, or you simply do not have time to commute to the gym every day. If this is the case, there are plenty of affordable home options to get you started on your fitness journey.
Although taking the next step in training can seem difficult, we strive to provide you with only the best recommendations for someone looking to purchase fitness equipment for home use.
Whether you are an experienced athlete who just wants insight on a certain product, or an individual who is just getting started, feel free to check out our equipment review category for no-nonsense reviews.
Part of taking your training to the next level means consuming supplements. Although supplements are not necessary, generally everybody who pursues bodybuilding will elect to consume them. There are a variety of supplements, and a lot are simply pointless in taking.
In our supplement review section, we cover the supplements that have proven to make a noticeable difference in the performance, appearance, and recovery of strength training athletes.
Unfortunately, there are so many supplements on the market that it can be difficult to determine what you need. Here at Sunce Fit, we believe less is more in terms of supplements. If you are a natural bodybuilder, we generally only recommend a multivitamin, creatine hcl/monohydrate, whey protein, pre-workout, and bcaas. If you are struggling to determine what the best choices are for you in terms of supplements, allow us to point you in the right direction by checking out our supplement review category.
What Are You Waiting For? Take The Leap.
We as humans get the chance to live one time. Once. If you are sitting there waiting for an invitation to get started on something that can change your life, then here it is. The articles that you find on our website pertaining to bodybuilding, nutrition, equipment, and supplements are meant to provide only accurate, helpful information.
Despite the fact that this website is meant to be your helping hand, I am not opposed to answering questions that are not covered in the content I produce. Please fill out a contact form and I will personally try to help you in any way possible.
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