These are the 10 best paid male fitness models from around the world

Today there are many people who follow a healthy lifestyle exercising and maintaining a healthy diet in their day to day. There are those who decide to dedicate themselves professionally to the world of fitness or bodybuilding either as coaches, models, youtubers, contestants ... and have high incomes.

Then we leave the list of the 10 best paid fitness models in the world.

1. Matt Ogus

This 25 year old Californian known as Flex For All has a Youtube channel since 2011 in which he focuses on nutrition and fitness exercises to get his look.

2. Alon Gabbay

It is a fitness model and bodybuilder of 29 years that began in this world at age 17.

3. Simeon Panda

This 30-year-old Englishman is the owner of SP Aesthetics, as well as being a bodybuilder, model and personal trainer.

4. Felipe Franco

5. Gerardo Gabriel

He is a 26-year-old fitness and bodybuilder model who started going to the gym in 2009 while in the United States Marine Corps.

6. Ulisses Jr.

This American is 37 years old and began to train at 19 years old.

7. Sergi Constance

Born in Valencia, Spain, in 1988, is a professional fitness model and professional fitness athlete. He has a channel on YouTube and is very active in social networks, with more than 4 million followers on Facebook and 2 on Instagram.

8. Tom Coleman

Born in Essex (England) in 1986, at age 16 he had to leave rugby due to an injury and started in the gym world.

9. Jeff Seid

Born in Renton, Washington (United States) in 1994, he started in the fitness industry one month before graduating from high school. It has a Youtube channel in which it promotes a healthy and aesthetic lifestyle.

10. Lazar Angelov

Born on September 22, 1984 in Sofia (Bulgaria), it has more than 12 million followers on Facebook.

Diet or exercises: what matters more when losing weight?

Staying active is an important part of any weight loss or weight maintenance program. When you are active, your body uses more energy (calories). And when you burn more calories than you consume, you lose weight. But what is more effective to lose weight, diet or exercise?

Both are important. However, although diet has a greater effect on weight loss than physical activity, the latter has a greater effect in the prevention of weight recovery after weight loss.

For most healthy adults, the US Department of Health and Human Services. (Department of Health and Human Services) recommends these guidelines about exercises:

Aerobic activity. Perform a weekly minimum of 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of intense aerobic activity.

However, to lose weight effectively or to maintain it, some people may need up to 300 minutes per week of moderate physical activity. You can do a combination of moderate and intense activity. The guidelines suggest dividing these exercises during the course of the week, and the activity sessions should be at least 10 minutes.

Examples of moderate activity:

Light walk, dance, housework, take the pet for a walk, ride a bike, swim, etc.

Examples of vigorous activity:

Jogging, climbing at a rapid pace or climbing a slope,
fast commuting by bicycle, fast swimming;
sports, competitive games, etc.

Strength training. Do strength training exercises at least twice a week. The guidelines do not establish the specific amount of time for each strength training session.

Strength training may include the use of weight machines or activities such as loading grocery items or working intensely in the garden.

As a general goal, try to do at least a total of 30 minutes of physical activity every day.

How many calories am I burning?

Since 3500 calories equals about 450 grams of fat, you need to burn 3500 calories more than you eat to lose 450 grams. So if you reduce your daily diet by 500 calories, you would lose about 450 g per week (500 calories x 7 days = 3500 calories).

There are other factors that can affect this equation. Due to the changes that occur in the body over time, you may have to reduce even more calories to keep losing weight.