New York Fitness Expert and Author Offers New “5 Days to Wellness” Free Course

Victor Costa, the fitness expert and author of "Peace, Love and Muscles" enabling body and mind fitness education through digital media, today announced enrollment is now open for the free email course - 5 Days to Wellness through Vic's Natural website and Losers Welcome app.

New York, United States - November 9, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Victor Costa, the fitness expert and author of “Peace, Love and Muscles” enabling body and mind fitness education through digital media, today announced enrollment is now open for a new, free, email course – 5 Days to Wellness. This course is offered through Vic’s Natural website and Losers Welcome app, the trusted app for intelligent nutritional menus.

Victor Costa is revolutionizing the way exercise enthusiasts are building muscle and losing body fat. 5 Days to Wellness is a free email course that introduces Costa’s philosophy about fitness and well being.

The free email course explains what are the common characteristics of success and why natural fitness training methods are getting so much attention from both new and experienced exercise enthusiasts. It covers the advantages of goal setting, how to use it with tips and methods, and why it benefits both beginners and the more experienced. Also covered is Costa’s Simple Calorie Formula which outlines his personal method to optimize meals. The course content was originally created for Vic’s Natural newsletters and is updated and maintained by Losers Welcome.

“Since sharing my natural methods for achieving fitness, I have been blown away by the growth and interest of the community. I’m excited to provide the introduction of more educational material which I hope will help our community continue to grow and reach fitness enthusiasts worldwide.” – Victor Costa, Losers Welcome founder, and Course-Creator

The course is intended for anyone interested in building strength and losing body fat, gain the foundation needed to implement Vic’s Natural methods for a small change or a profound change in personal well being.

For the person exploring natural methods to physical well being, this course will help them improve communication with trainers and to participate in conversations about natural physical fitness.

5 Days to Wellness is available at no cost, with content access for up to 5 days. Learners may upgrade to the Losers Welcome app for $19 monthly subscription, which includes the intelligent nutritional menu app, unlimited access to the videos and other course content.

About Victor Costa

Victor Costa is a NY based fitness guru considered by millions as the “Yoda” of natural fitness

and wellness. He is the founder of Losers Welcome and the author of “Peace, Love and

Muscles”. He has been honored by the International Sports Sciences Association as an honorary recipient of the lifetime certification for his contributions to the sport of bodybuilding and has been recognized as one of the top trainers in the world. Visit vicsnatural.com

About Losers Welcome

Losers Welcome was founded by New York fitness guru and author of “Peace, Love and Muscles”, Victor Costa. The Losers Welcome App uses Cheat Meal Technology to help users cheat on their diet and stay on track to reach their weight loss goals. The program can create customized nutritional menus around users favorite treats, snacks, and desserts. Losers Welcome app makes nutrition fun and easy and works on all devices. Visit www.LosersWelcome.com

Contact Info:
Name: Kevin O'Connell
Email: Send Email
Organization: Losers Welcome
Address: 99 Wall Street, New York, New York 10005, United States
Phone: +1-202-670-3822
Website: https://loserswelcome.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933291

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