Nikolett Fejer - Bikini Competitor

When I started lifting my goal was to feel good in my body, to get a body which gives me self-confidence. When I accomplished this goal, I needed to find another one, because I'm an ambitious person, I need goals all the time, that's how I can improve myself and keep myself going. That was the point when competing came to my mind.

My off-season diet plan is not so strict. However, it can be still strict for the average people. Occasional cheat meals are okay, I consume more carbs and more fats to be able to gain muscle, and also I can have a wider variety of both. However, my competition prep diet is based on counting macros (which I also do during off-season). Carb and fat intake is very limited, so is the variety. Basmati rice and oats are my carb only source, and grapeseed oil is my only fat source. Protein intake remains high both in off-season and competition prep, and my protein source is mostly chicken breast, sometimes tilapia. Keeping my protein intake high while limiting carbs and fats helps me to lose fat while keeping my muscles.


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Since spring was my first competition season, I haven't tried several diets. This autumn season is a bit different than the spring season was. My carb intake is more restricted, mostly it is kept low. I don't want to change it, because it is effective at this point. Whenever my progress stops, I will consider changing it.

I firmly believe that self-confidence is something you gain during the progress. If you work hard and willing to do whatever it takes, you will be proud of yourself and your body. However, I'm still a totally different person on stage. It is like being Spiderman. He wears his Spiderman clothes, and he gets the superpower. I wear my bikini and heels, and I get my superpower.

My training program includes 5 or 6 (depends on where I'm at in my prep) lifting sessions, and at least 5 cardio sessions. Cardio sessions can be increased or decreased depending on my physique. I think it is really easy to balance lifting - cardio - diet, because when you give 100% in one of them, automatically you will give 100% in the other two. Why would you cheat on your diet, if you are killing yourself everyday at the gym?


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I have set some rules for myself to follow on competition day. First of all, I try to keep calm and happy during the day, because I know I'm done with the hard work, I have given my all, all I have to do is enjoy myself, and show proudly what I have accomplished. Before stepping on stage I rest a lot, and don't let anything to distract my focus. I only have positive thoughts on my mind. And my best and favorite trick is not comparing myself to other girls. It would take away my confidence.

Being an athlete is a 24/7 job. There are no days off, no weekends, no vacations. So I plan all my days according to this. I prep my meals, I plan my daily routine and training session in order to be my best self. At this point of my life, this makes me absolutely happy. I'm exactly where I want to be.


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I don't have long term goals, I'm always focusing only on the next year. Right now I continue competing on national and international level, and not sure yet, but maybe next year I will start chasing the IFBB Pro Card. But surely I want to build my legacy. I always have dreams so big that they scare me.

Contact info
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nikifejer
Email: nikolett.fejer@hotmail.com


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