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Bodybuilding and Fitness Experts at Labrada Nutrition Offer Tips for Staying Lean During the Holiday Season

Lee Labrada, CEO and Founder of Labrada Nutrition, offers fitness enthusiasts tips on staying fit and healthy this holiday season. While setting goals and staying motivated are especially important this time of year, Labrada explains that taking "cheat da

HOUSTON, TEXAS -- (Marketwire) -- 12/10/12 -- Staying fit and healthy during the holiday season is not always easy when there is an abundance of delicious food and lots of activities to prevent you from going to the gym. Lee Labrada, founder of Labrada Nutrition, offers tips to keep individuals healthy this season.

At a time of year when it is easy to eat poorly and shrug off a gym workout, Labrada emphasizes the importance of staying motivated and being reminded of personal fitness goals. Labrada suggests that an individual "cut out a picture of a lean and muscular physique from your favorite magazine, and tape it to your refrigerator door to remind yourself of what you want to accomplish." When an athlete provides himself with a visual reminder of what he wants to achieve, it is harder to give in to temptation during the holiday season.

Other fitness tips offered by Labrada include being strict and sticking to fitness "deadlines," consistently following a high-quality fitness program, and remembering the pain weight gain will have on every aspect of the individual's life. While holiday food can provide short-term pleasure, thinking of the difficulties a setback brings can be motivating in and of itself.

However, Labrada doesn't disregard the fact that the holidays can be a busy time, and that finding the time to exercise and eat well can be difficult. Holiday-specific fitness tips are offered on http://www.labrada.com and include working out early in the day before things get hectic, planning a workout schedule a week in advance, and allowing a "cheat day." A cheat day allows individuals to enjoy the holiday treats and company without guilt, and without having a negative impact on the waistline.

Labrada Nutrition also helps individuals stay fit and healthy during the holidays by offering member discounts on a variety of health supplements. Labrada Nutrition's "on the go" protein shake, for example, was originally sold for $47.88 but can be purchased by members this holiday season for just $29.99. The Labrada Nutrition store also offers these competitive prices for their protein bars, and for the supplements specifically made for strength, recovery, muscle growth, or endurance. Keeping Labrada's fitness tips in mind and eating well with the help of products from the Labrada Nutrition store, it is possible to stay fit and lean this holiday season - even with the occasional cheat day.

ABOUT LABRADA NUTRITION

Lee Labrada has been helping fitness enthusiasts, athletes, and bodybuilders achieve their weight and fitness goals for 17 years. With 22 bodybuilding titles under his belt, Labrada founded Labrada Nutrition in order to help others stay healthy. Labrada Nutrition uses scientific research to produce high-quality, FDA approved supplements. Fore more information, visit http://www.labrada.com.

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