7 Reasons Eggs Are Golden


Eggs were getting a bad rap when it was believed that they contained too much cholesterol and were unhealthy. To the contrary, eggs are extremely nutritious and are really good for you. Here are seven reasons to include eggs in your diet.
1) Boost Metabolism:  Eggs are one of the best sources of choline. Choline facilitates the digestion of fat which is also important for memory and learning. Eating a high-protein diet has been shown to boost metabolism by up to 80 – 100 calories a day.
2) Easy to Prepare: Eggs are widely available and can be easily prepared within minutes.
3)  Nutritious:  Eggs contain about 7 grams of high-quality protein and are a great source of carotenoids, iron, minerals and vitamins.
4)  Low in Calories:  That’s right, it is true! A hard-boiled egg is about 78 calories.
5) Muscle Mass:  According to Applied, Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, diets in high-protein preserve muscle mass.
6)  Weight Loss:  The high-protein in eggs supports weight loss. Similar to other high protein diets, it moves slowly through the digestive tract, making you feel full longer and eating less.
7)  Versatile:  Eggs are delicious and so very versatile…you can have them for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Eggs are also very inexpensive and are easily accessible.  
There is no difference in nutrition, quality or value between a brown egg vs. a white egg. The Harvard School of Public Health reports that healthy individuals may eat one whole egg daily without worrying about increasing their risk of heart disease. Like everything else in life…do everything in moderation. Also, consult with your physician before changing your diet.

7 Healthy Travel Tips


We love to discover the world…it is in our DNA, but traveling can be stressful and sometimes detrimental to our health. Checkout our 7 healthy travel tips to make your journey even more amazing:
1) Physical Health: Incorporate an exercise routine in your travel itinerary. Keep it simple by selecting a hotel with a fitness center, obtain a temporary gym membership at a local center or take a brisk walk early mornings before you start your day. Some other recommendations:
– Walk everywhere and enjoy the city like the locals.
– Login to Latinva Videos On Demand and dance.
2)  Healthy Diet:  It is really easy to incorporate a healthy diet during your travels:
– Eat three small meals a day, do not forgo breakfast.
– Include vegetables in your meals, such as a salad for lunch and a small salad or vegetables with dinner.
– Include fruit in your diet, it is a great snack between meals and a great way to discover the local farmer’s markets.
– Avoid too much alcohol, you don’t want to disrupt your beauty sleep.
– Avoid sweet drinks altogether.
3)  Stay Hydrated: Don’t forget to take your favorite water bottle with you to stay hydrated.
4)  Stretch:  There is nothing like stretching and breathing exercises to relax your muscles…do so at least twice daily. Identify a 5-10 minutes routine in advance and incorporate into your itinerary.
5) Sleep Well:  Don’t underestimate the value of rest and a good night sleep. Make sure that you take plenty of rest, 7 – 8 hours of sleep would be ideal.
6)  Protect Your Body:  What should you do to protect your body while traveling?
– Pack your daily vitamins and supplements.
– Protect your skin by applying sunscreen with SPF 15 or more.
– Take your favorite pair of sunglasses to protect your eyes.
7)  Sanitize:  Hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes are essential to minimize your exposure to germs and bacteria, especially before meals.
For more information on safe traveling, check out the Survival Guide to Safe and Healthy Travel by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.

7 Low Calorie Wines


It is all over the news…one glass of wine a day is good for us. Whether it is Red Wine, White Wine or Sparkling Wine, each has its own benefits:

Red Wine: Its heart-healthy active compounds have many beneficial effects on many different aspects related to heart disease.

White Wine: Its heart-healthy qualities prevent blood vessel damage as well as reduce LDL cholesterol.

Sparkling Wine: Champagne has the same healthy benefits as red wine, since bubbly is often made with both red and white grapes.

The key to drinking is to always do so in moderation…one glass of wine (5 ounces) per day. In general, red wine has more calories than white wine. Check out the numbers below:

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Since low-calorie wine is increasing in popularity, we did some research and decided to share with you some of the brands we uncovered. Although, Skinny Girl is the most popular, it did not make our list because it has a whopping 100 calories per glass compared to other brands:

1) Natureo Torres Muscat Wine (24 Calories): High quality white wine with an alcohol content of 0.5, Natureo Blanco is the first low calorie wine made in Spain.
2) Blossom Hill Vie (45 Calories): This white wine is light and fruity and provides a lower alcohol option.
3) Gallo Family Summer White (75 Calories): White wine with hints of apple, pear and citrus.
4) Weight Watchers Fruity White Wine (75 Calories): Smooth white wine with apple and pear flavors.
5) Lindemans Early Harvest Shiraz (80 Calories): This is a medium-bodied style of Shiraz with plum and blackcurrant flavors.
6) Blue Nun Medium White Wine (85 Calories): Blue Nun is Germany’s biggest export brand, this medium white wine has crisp apple and citrus characters.
7) Skinny Vine Thin Zin Wine (90 Calories): This wine has a blend of berries, honeydew, and citrus flavors.

Remember to always drink in moderation…Cheers! Cheers! Cheers!

7 Health Benefits of Latinva Dance


When dancing, you are smiling and having a great time.  Did you know that there are also many health benefits to dancing other than just having a great time?  These benefits increase to an even higher level when you incorporate dance into a fitness program.  Below are the many health benefits of Latinva:
1) Balance:  Balancing in one position is easy.  However, balancing in the numerous types of positions in dancing is much more difficult.  This strengthens the stabilizer muscles, protects the core and makes the participants less prone to injury in their daily lives.  Latinva also aids in coordination and helps strengthen reflexes.  It is a great way to keep the Central Nervous System and Peripheral Nervous System in shape by improving the connection of the body and mind.
2)  Calorie Buster:  Latinva exercises the body to allow for increased circulation.  It helps burn calories, while improving stamina.  Depending on speed and intensity, it is estimated that:
– Dance burns anywhere from 600 to 800 calories per hour
– Dance Fitness burns up to 1,000 calories per hour
3)  Endurance:  Exercise increases endurance, and Latinva Dance Fitness is a physical dance exercise.  Endurance is the ability of muscles to work hard for increasingly longer periods of time without fatigue.  Other benefits include:
– Improves vascular health since it makes the heart pump blood faster and flow to the brain; which encourages direct focus and concentration.
– Increases lung capacity since dance is a vascular activity, which increases lungs overload.
– Aids in lipid control, which raises HDL (good cholesterol), and lowers LDL (bad cholesterol).
– Aids in blood sugar control, which is great for diabetes.
4)  Flexibility:  Most dance moves require bending and stretching, so simply by dancing, Latinva participants become more flexible. Latinva will safely lengthen and fortify the muscles to improve flexibility and increase strength and stamina.
5) Memory:  Latinva improves memory by teaching participants to recall steps, routines and dance patterns; making it a great mental exercise for the brain.  The significant benefit is that mental exercises keep the mind young, quick, alert and open.
6)  Strength:  Strength is the ability of a muscle to exert a force against resistance.  How does dance build strength?  Latinva builds strength simply by forcing the muscles to resist against one’s own body weight.  For example, Latin dance requires turning and spinning.  Turning and spinning require strength of the major leg muscles.  Other benefits:
– Enhances posture, balance and concentration, which can prevent falls.
– Strengthens bone density, which improves mobility.
– Builds muscles tones throughout the body, especially in the legs and buttocks.
– Keeps joints lubricated, which helps prevent arthritis.
7)  Well-Being:  Latinva is a physical activity, and physical activity is known to reduce stress and tension.  
BONUS:  You will impress everyone by the new dance moves that you learned with Latinva as you hit the dance floor…

7 Ways to Lose Weight After the Holidays


Are you ready to lose the extra pounds after the Holidays? Here are some tips on how to get back to track:
1) Realistic Goals: 1 to 2 pounds a week.
2) Drink Water: Don’t mistake thirst for hunger.
3) Splurge: Only one meal a week.
4) More & Less: Eat five times a day and smaller portions.
5) Don’t Surrender: Cravings only last about 10 minutes.
6) Healthy Meals: Look for nutritious low-calorie and low-fat alternatives.
7) Don’t Stress: Relax and dance!
Do you have any other tips on losing the extra pounds after the Holidays? Share them with us…
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7 Ways to Get Your Kitchen Ready for the Holidays


Are you ready for preparing the Holiday meals? Here are some tips on how to reduce the anxiety of cooking and getting your kitchen ready for the Holidays:
1) Buy Spices: Make sure that your spice rack and your pantry are well stocked.
2) Clean Oven: Give your oven a good cleaning, you don’t want your oven smoking while cooking your turkey or baking.
3) Declutter Countertops: You will need a lot of counter space for preparing your meals, get rid of small appliances and items that you won’t be using.
4) Inventory Cookware: Make sure that all your cookware is clean and ready to be used.
5) Wash Dishes, Flatware, Glasses, and Linens: If you intend to use special Holiday dishes, flatware, glasses and linens, they might be a bit dusty, so give them a good wash.
6) Remove Old Food From Cabinets and Refrigerator: Get rid of old and expired food from cabinets and refrigerator to make room for new ingredients, meals and leftovers.
7) Stock Up on Supplies: Make sure that you have plenty of supplies, to include foil, detergent, garbage bags, food containers, storage plastic bags, etc.

Do you have any other tips for getting your kitchen ready for the upcoming festivities? Share them with us…

7 Ways to Jumpstart Your Weight Loss This Fall


Don’t wait until January to start your weight loss regime, fall is the perfect time to jumpstart your weight loss and kickoff your metabolism. Here’s how to get started:
1) Muscle Up: Lift weights at least 3 times a week. Research shows that you can boost your metabolism by 8% simply with strength training.
2) Get Your Heart Rate Up: The Target Heart Rate Zone (65-85% of Maximum Heart Rate) is recommended for weight loss.
3) Mix Up Your Workout: Diversify your workout, change one move or segment from your workout routine at least weekly.
4) Stay Hydrated: Make sure that you stay hydrated throughout the day. Drink cold water to avoid overeating and to burn calories.
5) More Meals: Switch from three large meals to five small meals (about 300 calories each). Spreading your calorie intake throughout the day will maintain your sugar levels and will control the release of insulin than can cause your body to store more calories as fat.
6) Healthy Choices: Stock up your kitchen cabinets and refrigerator with healthy meal choices. Snacks high in fiber and lean protein will keep you feeling full between meals.
7) Plan for Success: Plan and schedule your exercise regime and select or create a weekly meal plan that works for you.

7 Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain


It is that wonderful time of the year again…the Holidays! This special time of the year where you spend memorable moments with family and friends, celebrate the New Year and enjoy an abundance of delicious food and desert. There are parties and dinners to attend and overindulgence on food at these events might cause you to gain a pound or two by year-end! Year after year the extra couple of pounds keep adding up without you even realizing it.

Here are some tips to continue to have an amazing time at these parties and dinners without gaining a pound:

1) Prepare Reduced Calorie Food: Give your traditional foods a makeover by preparing reduced calorie versions of the traditional foods. You can even mix it up and serve some low calorie non-traditional foods.

2) Avoid Skipping Meals: Eat your breakfast and make sure that you don’t skip a meal before dinner. If you are going to a party and feeling hungry, have a low-calorie nutritious snack before you go to help curb your appetite.

3) Exercise: Get your workout in the morning and stay active during the day. Talk a walk before and after meals, if possible.

4) Drink Plenty of Water: Make sure that you stay hydrated throughout the day. Have a drink of water before dinner, especially if you are hungry.

5) Eat Smaller Portions: Don’t deprive yourself of your favorites, just eat smaller portions and make sure that you skip a second serving. Use the smallest plate available and don’t stack your food.

6) Chew Slowly: Chew slowly and spend more time chatting with your family and friends. The more air you swallow between bites, the more full you will feel.

7) Get Plenty of Sleep: Stick to your normal sleep routine around the Holidays regardless of how busy you are. Recent studies show that sleep deprivation appears to increase the likelihood of weight gain.

The Holidays are about celebrating with family and friends and creating wonderful memories. Enjoy the Holidays as you spend time with your loved ones…

7 Ways to Ward Off the Flu


The cold and flu season has arrived. It is time to start building up your body’s natural defenses. Usually referred to as the flu, influenza is a highly infectious respiratory disease. When the virus is inhaled, it attacks cells in the upper respiratory tract, causing typical flu symptoms such as fatigue, fever and chills, a hacking cough, and body aches.

Flu Season: The U.S. flu season usually occurs between October and April. During each year’s flu season, millions of people about 5% to 20% of the country’s residents, contract the disease.

Risk: The flu is easily spread through personal contact. People with impaired immune systems, chronic medical problems, or those who are elderly are more susceptible to contracting the flu. Infection occurs when you are exposed to the upper respiratory fluids (droplets from coughing or sneezing, for example) of an infected person.

Symptoms: Typical flu symptoms tend to start very suddenly and can include chills, fever, muscle aches, cough, headache, fatigue, sweating, watery eyes and a sore throat. Symptoms usually last between three and five days and improve gradually after the first 48 hours. Occasionally, the flu can progress to pneumonia, either caused by the virus itself or by a secondary bacterial infection.

Treatment: Treatment includes getting rest, drinking liquids and taking acetaminophen for pain and fever. Avoid aspirin when you have the flu, since a link has been shown between the use of aspirin during the flu and the development of Reye’s Syndrome, which involves failure of the liver and brain swelling. Reye’s Syndrome usually occurs in children and adolescents, and in rare cases, adults.

Flu Shots: Flu Shots have been shown to be 80 percent effective in preventing influenza, and very few people experience side effects. However, people who are allergic to eggs should not get a flu shot.


1) Eat a Balanced Diet: Your diet should contain whole grain, fruits and vegetables. Cook with anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial herbs and spices such as cumin and garlic. Homemade chicken soup is a favorite cure of cold symptoms.

2) Exercise: Light exercise can actually boost your immune system.

3) Get Enough Sleep: A good night sleep will build up your immune system.

4) Reduce stress: Try to reduce your stress to boost your immune system.

5) Stay hydrated: Don’t forget to stay hydrated, drink plenty of juice, tea or water. Hot ginger spiced tea, hot honey cayenne tea, hot honey chamomile tea, hot lemon tea, etc.

6) Take Multivitamins: Take your multivitamins to enhance your immune system.

7) Wash Your Hands: Wash your hands regularly and avoid touching your face.

Do you have any other tips or family remedies to fend off the cold and flu? Share them with us…

7 Tips for Kicking the Junk Food Habit


Let’s face it, junk food can be addictive and it is simply not good for you. There is the fat, salt, sugar and refined carbs. You can kick the junk food habit by following these simple tips:

1) Eating Out

Avoid fast food, fried food, refined carbs and say “No” to dessert.

2) Emotions

At some point, we all feel anxious, bored, lonely or stressed. Don’t let your emotions take over. Stop and think about why you are reaching out for the bag of potato chips, are you really hungry? If you do this often enough, you will break the cycle of letting your emotions overrule unhealthy eating habits.

3) Exercise

Keep your mind off of your cravings for junk food by exercising. The Latinva Dance Fitness DVDs or Latinva-On-Demand videos are a fun distraction. After you are done, you will forget all about your cravings.

4) Rewards

Instead of celebrating by going out to dinner, reward yourself with a massage.

5) Shopping List

Do not add junk food to your shopping list. Stock up on fresh fruits, dried fruit, unsalted nuts and vegetables.

6) Sleep

If you are sleep deprived, it affects your judgment. You should average about eight hours of sleep.

7) Snacks

Get rid of all the unhealthy snacks at home and at work. Snack on non-fat yogurt, small bags of unsalted nuts, fruits or vegetables. Make sure that you have a snack mid-morning and mid-afternoon to control your cravings.

Read the calories per serving on packages before you take the first bite…counting calories matters. This should stop you from taking the first bite. You can do this!

7 Home Remedies for Sunburn


It is summer season and you decide to lay out and enjoy the sun after a long cold winter. You know better, but you somehow manage to get sunburned. Here are some home remedies to help ease and sooth the pain.

1) Apple Cider Vinegar

After a cool shower, apply apple cider vinegar with a clean cloth to your skin and let it dry.

2) Cucumber

Apply sliced and chilled cucumber to the sunburned skin.

3) Cornstarch

Add water to the cornstarch or baking soda by creating a paste and applying gently over the skin.

4) Lotion

Use lotion that contains Aloe Vera.

5) Milk

Apply cool milk with a clean cloth to your skin…it will help ease some of the discomfort by easing some of the heat and creating a layer of protein to protect your skin.

6) Tea

Apply cool (not hot) tea with a clean cloth to your skin…it will help draw heat from the sunburned skin.

7) Yogurt

Apply plain yogurt directly to your burn and let is sit for at least 5 minutes…rinse it off with cool water.

Of course, the best remedy for sunburn is prevention. Always use sunscreen, wear protective clothing, and avoid direct sun exposure. Have a great summer!

7 Ways to a Fit & Healthy Summer


It is not easy to maintain a fit and healthy summer, especially when you are on vacation. Here are a few simple tips.

1) Stick to Your Workout Schedule

Stick to your workout schedule and continue to put in your 30 minutes of exercise by taking a Latinva class, using the Latinva DVDs or logging into Latinva on Demand. Make sure that you include your exercise regime to your daily itinerary even if you are on vacation.

2) Stay Hydrated

Make sure that you stay hydrated by drinking water throughout the day, especially when working out. Water makes you feel full, so you eat less.

3) Do Not Overindulge

If you want to enjoy dessert or a fruity drink, go for it. Just have a small portion, don’t overindulge.

4) Be active

Enjoy an active day with friends or family. It is beautiful weather this time of year, so enjoy the outdoors by taking a walk in the park or a stroll on the beach. Just make sure that you still put in your Latinva workout for the day.

5) Make Healthy Choices

For snacks, choose veggies instead of potato chips or fruit instead of dessert.

6) Sleep Well

Don’t compromise your sleep in the summer or when you are on vacation. Getting rest is as important as staying active. Squeeze in a nap if you need to.

7) Use Sunscreen

Staying healthy on the outside is as important as staying healthy on the inside. Apply sunscreen every day, even if you are not sunbathing.

Healthy eating and physical exercise are important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. If you loose track while on vacation, don’t worry too much and enjoy your vacation. You’ll get back on track when you return. Bon Voyage!

7 Foods That Burn Belly Fat


Looking to lose your belly fat for this summer? Eating the right food with a regular exercise program can help give you a slimmer and sexier waistline just in time for the beach.

1) Almonds

Almonds contain fiber and protein. They make a great and filling snack and will help get rid of unwanted belly fat if replaced by other high calorie snacks. Studies found that individuals eating about 50 almonds a day had lower body fat than individuals who consumed few or no almonds.

2) Apples

An apple a day does keep the doctor away. Studies found that apples contain a plant chemical that protects the lining of the blood vessels. Apples are very low in calorie and they make a great snack as they are very filling.

3) Blackberries

Blackberries are high in fiber and great for your digestive system. They are also a very good source of protein.

4) Broccoli

Broccoli is low in calorie and high in fiber. It also contains lost of vitamins and minerals.

5) Egg White

Egg Whites are low in calories and a great source of protein. The white in a large egg only contains about 17 calories.

6) Salmon

Salmon is very high in protein and has the essential omega-3 fatty acids needed for a healthy diet.

7) Yogurt

Non-Fat Yogurt contains healthy bacteria that keeps the digestive system functioning properly which helps maintain a slimmer waistline. It is also a good source of calcium.

7 Ways to Be Happy


Happiness comes from within. One way to become happier is to capture positive emotions. Happiness is a mental or emotional state of wellbeing characterized by positive or pleasant emotions. You can pursue and capture happiness by following these simple ways to Be Happy!

1) Exercise

Make time for physical exercise. Even a 10-minute workout can boost your energy and mood. The Latinva Revolution fitness program includes 10-minute workout segments that are ideal for boosting your energy and mood. Not having time to workout is no longer an excuse!

2) Sleep

Get more quality sleep. According to some studies, not only getting enough sleep will make you happy, but being a happy person could help you get a good night’s sleep.

3) Meditate

Meditation is an ancient tradition that has been scientifically studied and proven to have a positive impact on our minds. It allows you to rest physically and mentally and will take you away from some of the challenges in your life.

4) Love Yourself

Love who you are and what you are doing, and don’t compare yourself to others. We are all wonderfully unique and have different things to offer. Focus on your strengths and laugh at your shortcomings.

5) Dance

Have you ever seen an unhappy dancer? Dancing requires concentration and interrupts unhappy thoughts. When you dance, your body releases endorphins, which tells your brain to lessen your experience of pain.

6) Smile

Smiling is contagious. When you smile, it makes others smile with you. Smiling releases serotonin in the brain, which gives you an instant mood lift.

7) Spend More Time with Family and Friends

Tell your family and friends that you love them. Social events are really important to improving our happiness. Studies show that spending quality time with friends and family is extremely important for our wellbeing.

7 Healthy Eating Habits for Weight Loss


Knowing how and when you eat can impact your health and your weight. Improve your eating habits to maximize fat burning and keep hunger at bay.

1) Eat breakfast

Eating in the morning gives your body the energy it needs to start the day and sets your metabolism rate for the rest of the day. Missing a healthy meal in the morning also increases stress. Lean protein, whole grains, fruits and vegetables are ideal for a good healthy breakfast. If you stick to this, you’ll eat less throughout the day.

2) Eat every 2 – 3 Hours

You should enjoy your meals at the same time every day. Timing your meals will improve your fat loss, and allows you to control your appetite and metabolism. Eating your protein on your plate first will help speed up the signal to your brain that you are full.

3) Do not eat within 3 hours of bedtime

Eating too close to bedtime interferes with the quality of your sleep and the natural fat burning benefits of a good night sleep. Sleep deprivation leads to more cravings and a greater likelihood of overeating the next day.

4) Develop good eating habits

Do not eat while you are watching TV, working, surfing the Internet, etc. Relax and enjoy your meal!

If you are eating out, make sure that the meal you order contains green vegetables and ask the server to only put half the meal on your plate and pack the other half to go. Make sure that you include green veggies in your order…get full on those before eating other food.

Write down what you eat, think before you eat, and then eat slowly. Snacks should typically contain no more than 100 calories and 15 grams of carbohydrate, so plan ahead.

Control portion size with a smaller plate, it really works! Larger plates can make a serving appear smaller. You’ll eat 20% to 25% less and save up to 500 calories.

5) Stay hydrated

Drink WATER. A glass of water 30 minutes before a meal will curb your appetite and help reduce your calorie intake. Also, don’t reach out for a beverage that contains sugar or words you can’t pronounce. Tea, coffee and alcohol intake should be minimized, as these substances are diuretics that lead to dehydration. Dehydrated body tissues are much less elastic and do not absorb the stresses of exercise well. What’s great about water…it will help you lose weight because it makes you feel full and it is zero calories!

Adjust water intake depending on the weather conditions. As a general rule, drink eight 8-ounce glasses of fluid a day. Also, increasing your water intake is one of the most important things you can do when attempting to cleanse your body naturally. Drink the recommended 8 glasses throughout the day…drink a glass of water first thing in the morning and with every snack or meal.

6) Multivitamins

Even the best eating plans fall short of meeting all of the 40-plus nutrients you need each day. Taking a once-daily multivitamin is an easy way to fill in small nutritional gaps. Choose a multivitamin designed for your age and sex so that the nutrients included will be right for you.

7) Measure and weigh your food

Put your measuring cups and food scale to use! Measuring and weighing are a critical component of controlling your calorie intake.

7 Reasons to Love Spring


Spring is the first season of the year, and it symbolizes new life. Take a moment and enjoy what nature has to offer this Spring.


1) Birds singing is one of the first signs that spring is here.

2) Flowers are blooming and trees displaying an abundance of spring blossoms.

3) Having a picnic at the park.

4) Opening a window and letting the sunshine in.

5) Enjoying outdoor activities: biking, camping or hiking.

6) Having more fun since the days are longer.

7) Sitting outside at a café.


Just like nature rejuvenates in the spring, it is time to rejuvenate your workout with Latinva. Latinva will exercise your mind, body and spirit. Share with us what you love most about spring.

7 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution


What is your New Year’s Resolution? Is it losing weight and getting fit? Was this also on your resolution list last year and you broke it? You can stop the cycle of breaking your resolution by following some easy to follow steps. Let’s get started!

1) Have a positive attitude

Don’t think of this as a diet…so get out of the “diet” mindset. This is a lifestyle change that includes physical and eating changes that you can easily incorporate into your life.

2) Make your goal attainable

Be realistic…make sure your goals are attainable and you have a plan. The Latinva Revolution fitness program and nutrition plan will help you achieve your goal. You can do this…one dance step at a time.

3) Get support

Reach out to your friends, family and coworkers or even enlist them to join you! The biggest part of this is the changing in behavior, which can be stressful. Group support is very helpful.

4) Stay busy

Food is a way to socialize, so find things to do that don’t revolve around food. Go to the theatre, concert, movie (minus popcorn), bowling, or play golf. Show off your new Latinva Revolution rhythms and go dancing.

5) Reward yourself

A spa day is a great reward. Find a reward that would not compromise your resolution.

6) Track your progress

If you want to lose 20 pounds, set short-term goals. Don’t focus on the 20 pounds you would like to lose, focus on the process rather than the end goal. Short-term goals are easier to keep, start with 5 pounds. Track your fitness and weight loss progress in the Latinva Revolution Workout Journal. You can do this…one pound at a time.

7) Stay on track

Try to stick to your plan. If you get off track, don’t wait until the following week to get back on. Get back on track the next day…take it one day at a time.

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