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Celebrity Fitness Trainer Valerie Waters and California Raisins Offer Advice on How to Jump Start the New You in the New Year
Date:12/17/2009

sweet snack contains both fiber and protein which will promote fullness and keep them from over-indulging.
  • Know Your Food. A good rule of thumb when navigating those holiday buffet tables (or party platters in general) is to avoid foods that include ingredients that aren't easily identifiable. Instead, opt for simple foods like lean meats and veggies. You can enjoy a glass of champagne, a few shrimp cocktails and a handful of veggies for a lot less calories than a gin and tonic, a serving of calorie-laden dip or a dunk into the fondue. With just a few bites, the wrong foods can easily undo your diet or workout for the day.
  • Stick to the Plan (or at least plan B). During the holidays, and other busy times of the year, workouts often get short changed - or sacrificed all together. A short workout is better than no workout at all, and consistency is key. So even if you only have ten minutes to spare, move your coffee table to the side and make some space to do an at-home workout.
    • And, keep in mind - no workout in the world can compensate for consistently unhealthy eating choices. Food and fitness go hand in hand and that is why Waters encourages her clients to make wise choices, such as selecting plenty of veggies, whole grains and fruits, like California Raisins; just 1/4 cup equals a full serving of fruit.
  • Max on the Muscle. When time is limited, the tendency is to only work out problem areas like our stomachs or hips. Instead of doing crunches, which burns very little calories, a more important objective is to work as many muscle groups as you can in the time you have available. Following are two workouts that can be completed in 15 minutes while working out all of the main muscles groups. To watch a video of these workouts, visit LoveYourRaisins.com:
    • Squat & Row - This exercise works out your legs, glutes, abdominals, back, and arms. Anchor a stretch band with handles a
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