This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of LALA® Yogurt Smoothies and WeAllGrow Latina Network. The opinions and text are all mine.
Tennis is definitely one of my favorite sports to practice. Since I was little, my family and I used to play every weekend in Mexico and thanks to that I have great admiration and respect for the sport. And I say respect because a tennis match can last up to three or four hours and the workout can be really intense.
When I moved to Houston, I was really fortunate to find a group of friends that were also passionate about tennis. Every Monday we play against different teams in a competitive league and we leave our body and soul on the court.
Let me tell you that for those days of long and intense workout, the LALA® Yogurt Smoothies are the perfect snack to reenergize my body so I can keep up throughout the day.
Sometimes I need to go pick up my kids from school straight from the tennis courts and I don’t always have time to eat, but thanks to the 5 grams of protein that LALA® Yogurt Smoothies have, I can ease hunger until I get home.
A great tip to keep my smoothie fresh after a tennis match, is to put it in the freezer the night before so when it's time to drink it, it's cold and delicious.
So now you know, if you have a busy morning and need an on–the-go snack, try the strawberry or vanilla-almond LALA® Yogurt Smoothies Its 5 grams of protein will help you crave hunger. Click here for more information about these smoothies.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of LALA Yogurt Smoothies and WeAllGrow Latina Network. The opinions and text are all mine.