Top 10 Fittest Latino-American Celebrities


In the words of Samir Becic, “You have more control over your body than you think- you can control, manage, or completely avoid 60-70% of known chronic conditions with physical fitness, healthy nutrition, and mental balance.” Every racial or ethnic group has their own health concerns to be aware of. This list of Fittest Latino American Male Celebrities are no different, and they cope by exercising, eating right, and staying active.

The celebrities on this list not only lead healthy lifestyles, but also promote healthy living to their fans. The celebrity’s fitness level, nutritional habits, age, and medical issues and how they coped with them were all taken into consideration.

Here is Health Fitness Revolution‘s List of the Top 10 Fittest Latino -American Male Celebrities in alphabetical order:

Andy Garcia


“Pilates seems to be essential to keeping a healthy back,” he says, “especially if you want to play golf once a week.”

  • Cuban-American actor
  • Parents moved him from Cuba to Miami when he was 5 years old.
  • Devoted to maintaining physical health
  • Enjoys Pilates
  • Has always been very active
  • Played basketball and baseball as a kid.


Benjamin Bratt


“I try to follow a healthy diet and work out as much as I can […] I love the Santa Monica Mountains. There are so many great places to hike, but if you’re looking for something that is both beautiful and kid-friendly, this is the place.”

  • American Actor – Father is of Peruvian descent
  • Follows a 25-minute workout routine, 5 days a week
  • Starts with 5-minute cardio warm-up, then a strength training session, followed by a 5-minute cardio cool down
  • Strictly adheres to the 5-factor diet by celebrity trainer Harvey Pastemak, which involves 5 meals a day made with few ingredients in little time
  • Surfs
  • Golfs
  • Hiking
  • Love spending time with kids


Danny Trejo


“I mean, exercise is just so vitally important. I love walking. Anybody over the age of 50 who doesn’t walk is insane because you’ve got to keep that heart pumping.”

  • American Actor – Mexican descent
  • Goes to the gym 3 times a week
  • Bench presses
  • Inclines
  • Biceps
  • Machine Work on legs
  • Walking
  • Boxing
  • Weightlifting
  • Worked out while in jail with a penitentiary workout: Push-ups, Triceps, doing dips on the toilet, and biceps on the sink


Esai Morales


“I changed my dietary habits, I’m 47 years old and I don’t feel it…there is a way to replace the nutrients in your body that this modern lifestyle takes out”

  • American actor- Puerto Rican descent
  • Spokesperson for quitting smoking
  • “We have to make it cool to care about what you put in your body. a lot of foods that are processed are not designed for your body”
  • Works closely with Health Education Aids Liaison (H.E.A.L)


George Lopez


“I started doing Pilates a while back. I thought my childhood was rough? Pilates is harder. When I do Pilates, I think about those sad summers I was making Kool-Aid and trying to sell it on a cul de sac that no one traveled, and Pilates is much harder than that.”

  • Mexican-American Comedian, Actor, and Talk show host
  • Pilates
  • Golfs
  • Advocate of reducing childhood obesity
  • Had a kidney transplant in 2005
  • Advocate of kidney disease awareness and works with the National Kidney Foundation
  • After the transplant, he exercises more and has cut out fast food.
  • ” I weighed 235 pounds when I found out I needed a new kidney. Now I weigh 190.”


Marc Anthony


“How you take care of yourself says a lot about you.”

  • American Actor, Record Producer, Singer-songwriter, Fashion Designer, and Television Producer- Puerto Rican Parents
  • Father was an amateur bodybuilder and taught Marc basic exercises
  • Very active and physical for his audiences; does 2 hours of cardio a night during each of his shows
  • ” The people I have ended up in relationships with are human beings.They’re not conquests”
  • The best advice he’s ever gotten: ” My dad would tell me, “son, I’m ugly and you’re ugly- work on  your personality,” Anthony told Men’s Fitness. ” I think it served me well. I think confidence is a powerful thing.”


Mario Lopez


“I just feel I’m at my best at work and at play when I’m taking care of myself physically.”

  • American television host and actor- Mexican descent
  • Supersets
  • Boxing
  • Wrestling
  • Jogging
  • Lifting weights
  • Interval Training
  • Ab work
  • Healthy diet
  • Wrote “Extra Lean: The Fat- Burning Plan That Changes the Way You Eat For Life”
  • Has a book about ” The Mario Lopez Workout” with a day to day exercises
  • Wants his kids to be active
  • Wrestled in high school
  • Trains 6 days a week


Mark Consuelos

Mark Consuelos

“I am committed to sharing my family’s positive approach to managing their diabetes successfully and hope others will be inspired to take the Diabetes Freedom Pledge and commit to a healthier lifestyle.”

  • Spanish-born American actor- Mexican Father
  • Works out with his wife Kelly Ripa
  • Interval Training
  • Has a family history of Type 2 Diabetes, which is part of the reason he lives a healthy lifestyle
  • Spokesperson for diabetes awareness
  • Plays Softball,Soccer, and Golf
  • Yearly Physicals
  • Cycling
  • Hiking


Ricky Martin


“I feel great. I go to the gym. I do yoga. I’m a father to two toddlers, and lifting them is a workout — this is biceps, this is triceps. I also try to make love. That helps.”

  • Puerto Rican Pop Musician, actor and author
  • enjoys Kriya Yoga and Hatha Yoga; practices at least 20 minutes a day
  • Does a lot of zumba and strength training
  • switched to a vegetarian diet in 2013 and felt much better from it


William Levy

William Levy

“I eat really well and workout all the time.”

  • Cuban American actor and former model
  • Says his ab workout is laughing
  • Did a lot of heavy dancing/salsa routines on ” Dancing with the Stars”
  • Exercises at home
  • Goes on active vacations- Kayaking and fishing





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