Comet the Gladiator Shares ‘The Happiest Version of Me’ Swimsuit Photo

The Gladiator Comet, real name Ella-Mae Rayner, shows fans and followers the difference muscle makes when it comes to body composition. It Gladiators The star posted a side-by-side photo of herself in a swimsuit to explain how weight isn’t important to health and strength. “It’s important to see them together and understand that the same weight on the scale can represent two completely different physics. The reason for this is that scales don’t tell us our body composition, which means they can’t scan us to show us a ratio. we have fat, muscle and bone mass. This is why bodies can sit at the same weight but have completely different aesthetics, muscle and fat have different densities, fat takes up more space, while muscle is denser and more compact, so our visual appearance differs depending on their ratio. even if the weight is the same. Here’s my strongest version and a reminder to not let weight determine how far you’ve come. Here’s what Reiner does to get that incredibly powerful physique.

Rayner has a strong background in athletics. My background in sports and fitness started when I was 5 years old and my parents introduced me to gymnastics.” He says. “I have competed several times for my district, region and country for 8 years. At the age of 13 I decided to give it up, but continued my love for sports through coaching. I naturally transitioned into diving where I competed for 6 years. When I turned 18 I did a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Birmingham, graduating with a 2:1. In college I competed for the cheerleading team and coached the team my senior year.”

Reiner had to reevaluate his future plans after breaking his ankle. “As soon as you leave [university]”I wanted to be a stuntwoman, but while training I suffered a life-changing injury that kept me out of high-impact sports and left me with arthritis.” He says. “So I got into fitness and over the past 4 years I’ve transformed my body and my life. In the 1st closing I got my PT qualification so I could officially start training people. Seeing my own transformation and its impact. my life, I knew I wanted to help others do the same. My goal is to help as many women as possible either start or progress on their fitness journey so they can make healthier choices, increase their confidence and live a happier life. “

Rayner loves how a good routine makes her life easier. “Many people say I’m crazy, but I love my routine now.” He says. “I’ve always been someone who’s quite organized and structured, and if I didn’t have a routine I think I’d go crazy. So I like to treat the gym like work Monday through Friday. I wake up at 5 am on Monday morning. until Friday (Saturday is around 7 and Sunday is quiet, although my body clock never lets me and I hate wasting a day and love to be up and in the door early). I eat as soon as I wake up. I can feel really bad before I exercise. I drink coffee, get dressed, and usually hit the gym around 6:30. I work out and get satisfaction, then cardio. I get back around 8:30/ 9 shower and then I’m ready for the work day. I always make sure I go for a 30 minute to 1 hour walk as well.

Reiner takes supplements, but insists they are no substitute for diet and exercise. “Let me make it clear that if your training and diet are not up to par, supplements will do nothing.” He says. “They are there as a help and not a solution, everything I use is from that OWN: and they have the best tasting and most diverse range. In the morning I take a multivitamin, probiotics and omega 3 (vitamin c in the winter) and then I have protein powder and glutamine.

Rayner focuses on developing discipline rather than relying on motivation. “One of the questions I get asked the most is how I stay motivated because I have good willpower and never miss a workout.” He says. “The most honest answer is I don’t, and frankly I don’t think anyone does, but seriously, we’re all human and no one can say they’re motivated 24/7 , it’s not just a thing. The real answer to this is. discipline, it forces you to do things you don’t want to do over and over until you start forming habits. It’s knowing that everything you do brings you closer to the things you want in life.”

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