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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THEBELGIANGIANT
19.4% of thebelgiangiant's followers are female and 80.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 7.50%. The average number of likes per post is 1819 and the average number of comments is 60.
Thebelgiangiant loves posting about Fitness, Coaching, Gym.
Check thebelgiangiant's audience demography. This analytics report shows thebelgiangiant's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THEBELGIANGIANT
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF THEBELGIANGIANT
- Fitness & Yoga 88.26 %
- Beauty & Fashion 83.35 %
- Movies and TV 69.52 %
- Sports 66.10 %
- Travel & Tourism 42.51 %
- Photography 38.16 %
- Art & Design 32.70 %
- Music 32.51 %
- Business & Careers 31.99 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 30.12 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 30.12 %
First she was shocked, then she asked for a picture. Those things happen in my life 😂
Alcohol makes you look leaner. There is evidence that suggests there are TWO big ways that drinking actually can help you lose weight — in one good way and in one bad way. Let’s start with the good. A 2010 study from Archives of Internal Medicine noted that women who were regular moderate drinkers, having one to two glasses of alcohol a day, were less likely to gain weight than people that didn’t drink at all. The key is in the regular and moderate consumption of alcohol. (We can do that.) We’ve all heard how booze is filled with empty calories. Our bodies burn off the alcohol and then whatever is left over (sugar, hops, potato skins) is converted into fat. Hence, the notion of the beer gut and the creation of things like “skinny prosecco.” (That’s why alcohol isn’t normally associated with having a positive body image.) However, the study argues that your metabolism reacts different to alcohol if you train it to handle moderate amounts. So, if you binge-drink or if you have a Bloody Mary once in a blue moon, your body either can’t handle or has no experience with metabolizing the booze, so everything gets converted into fat. BUT if you have a regular, every-day, non-excessive alcohol intake, your body actually knows how to metabolize the alcohol properly and you also get the wider benefits of the increased metabolism. Lu Wang, the head researcher for the study at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, told Women’s Health, that the bodies of moderate, regular drinkers “use more energy, burning the calories in the drink — or even more than that — while digesting it.”
A couple hours before my first festival of this season #intensfestival I had a decent workout with my bro @yvesvanheeswijk 185cm vs 204cm 💪🏻
Started adding more calories to my diet. Still using the same diet (competition prep), but I added 1 bowl of oatmeal. From now on every week I add a bowl untill I reach my “lean bulk” macro’s. I already gained 4kg since my first competition, 2 weeks ago 💪🏻
2 days ago I went to a gym with closed doors, I decided to go to another one, 10min 🚲 Further... Also closed 😤 But that ain’t stopping me tho. Swipe to see my crappy student workout. I do 5 rounds of 12-20 reps. After each cycle 1min rest. Song: Tim Tama - Mirage
I finally cleaned my mirror 😜
Everyday is armday 🙏🏻
I think it’s sad that mental disorders have turned into a COMPETITION. You can't discuss eating habits without someone saying how they survived green tea or whatsoever and weighed 40kg. You can't discuss your DEPRESSION because another person has already tried to commit suicide 7 times and you just 5. You can't discuss self harm because you slice your skin whilst they punch or hit and overdose themselves. You can't talk about your chronic pain because someone else will talk about facing their drinking addiction for years. Every damn time you even come close to wanting to reach out! You know there's no point because in other people's eyes you're never sick enough. There's always someone WORSE off. That’s the problem with attitudes to mental health. This 'oh whatever! You're not as bad as me/them’ has to stop. You have no idea how much a problem affects a person. It might seem like nothing to you but to them, their entire world is breaking down and they just have to wait till they figure it out on their own or become sick that people can't deny it anymore.
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