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Zivile Raudoniene's Diet and Workout Plan & Online Pictures




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Zivile Raudoniene DIET PLAN

Zivile is originally from the country of Lithuanian and started off her great career as a top earning fitness model. She has transitioned over the years to WWE as the very popular Aksana! Regardless of the stage of her life, she plays close attention to her daily diet plan.

When it comes to competing as a successful figure competitor, these are the basic rules to always keep in mind:

Tip 1 - Never skip a meal as that will lead to catabolism and muscle loss. Try to use snacks or protein shakes if preparing full meals is too much.

Tip 2 - Always utilize lean meats in your diet such as fish, chicken breast, turkey or extra lean beef.

Tip 3 - Don't be afraid of carbohydrates, they are the fuel you need to function.

Tip 4 - Try to avoid situations where you are tempted to cheat on your diet. Always bring your meals to events.

Tip 5 - Allow yourself a treat once or twice per week.




Zivile Raudoniene WORKOUT ROUTINE




Most people don't actually know that Zivile began in the sport in bodybuilding. She knows what hard training is and has really been through many different training methods especially in her latest venture as Aksana in the illustrious WWE. Training is a large component combined with diet.

To get in the shape of your life and reach your goals, here are some basics to follow:

Suggestion 1 - Always mix up your training routine every 4-6 weeks to keep your muscle guessing and the progress flowing.

Suggestion 2 - Never neglect any muscle group, be sure to build a proportioned and balanced physique if you plan to be competitive.

Suggestion 3 - Always train to failure or the onset of the "burn". This is the moment where your muscles actually respond to training.



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