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Sexy curves through sport!

I have Italian blood flowing in me and therefore I already have a curvy body and a lot of temperament from disposition. I love my curves, but I also want to shape and tighten them beautifully - I can only do this through hard training and a healthy diet. The products of my sponsor Scitec, which I warmly recommend to everyone, help me in this. Looking naked better and getting many compliments in a bikini on the beach as well as on the street, I enjoy very much. Which girl doesn't want that? That's why I've put together a plan for you here, which will help you to get a little bit more out of your curves and to shape a firm body in 8 weeks. The focus is on abdominal legs buttocks. The 8 WEEK CURVES TRAINER is a BBP program that has it all! I'm sure you'll be able to reach your dream body. There's a fighting spirit in every one of us. Let's go!


Supplements are dietary supplements that support your body's nutrition. Especially during sports, your body should always be sufficiently supplied with nutrients and your muscles should be protected.

There are a variety of supplements and some people say that they are the only ones that release your power and energy, find the magic formula to lose weight, and much more. You don't have to listen to any of this.

I only take a few basic supplements, as they really help my body in the areas of health, muscle building and regeneration. My favorite Supps from my sponsor, Scitec-Nutrition, I'll introduce you to:

One more hint in advance: on the topic of supplements you will find a lot of useful tips in the YouTube- series Fitness Education by ShapeYou.

Supplements in the morning:

5g Bcaa’s: Amino acids that support you during training and provide good muscle protection. Why are they important?

Amino acids are the building blocks that make up a protein. Your body needs a total of 20 amino acids, of which the body can produce most of its own. But with some amino acids he needs some external support and that's where the BCAAs come into play. They provide three of these essential (i. e. not self-producible) amino acids. Its effect changes directly into the muscle tissue.

5g Glutamin: Glutamine is the amino acid most commonly found in the human body and therefore it is naturally an extremely important amino acid for the body. It primarily supports the development of muscle cells. In addition, the supply of glutamine to the body promotes the new production of skin cells and thus slows down skin aging.

Supplements after breakfast:

Vitamins: Like some amino acids, the body cannot produce its own vitamins and should therefore be supplied through the diet. Especially in the field of sports, the lack of essential vitamins can lead to a lower performance. In the form of supplements I take the vitamins C, E, B12.

Omega 3: Omega 3 fatty acids are essential unsaturated fatty acids, which are found in fish, for example. Since I don't eat fish every day, I supplement the Omega 3 additionally. Positive effects on the cardiovascular system are supported by the intake of Omega 3, hormone production is promoted and blood circulation is strengthened.

Supplements during training:

15g Vitargo: Vitargo is a carbohydrate source. Vitargo quickly replenishes the energy stores in the muscle cells and burdens the gastrointestinal tract only slightly. Vitargo is therefore suitable as a fast energy supplier directly before, during or directly after exercise.

5g Bcaa’s
See above

Supplements after training:

25g Vitargo
See above

5g Glutamin
See above

30g Iso Whey: Iso Whey is a super protein source. Whey protein is whey protein that ideally supports muscle growth. The special feature of Whey Isolate is that the protein is present in over 90% of its purest form. Before and after training, you should take good care of your body so that it is ready to build up muscles. For example, a shake can be used for this purpose.

Supplements before sleep:

CLA: CLA is an essential polyunsaturated fatty acid, which is mostly produced from modified safflower oil. Some of its positive effects are the promotion of fat loss and stabilization of blood sugar.

L-Carnitin: L-carnitine is a vitamin-like and important micronutrient for the body. In some cases it can be ingested through food, such as meat. However, I find an additional supplementation particularly useful for athletes, as L-carnitine is responsible for many biochemical processes, such as the support of fat burning during exercise.

Calcium-Magnesium: Calcium and magnesium are important minerals for the body. Intensive training causes some minerals to sweat out through the body, so it is important to bring them back to the body. Calcium and magnesium are important for many functions of the body, such as muscle tension and muscle relaxation. These minerals are also important for teeth and bones.

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