On-the-go is the way most people describe their days in our crazy, supercharged society. This often involves business trips to any number of locales throughout North America and beyond. Traveling like this can throw a wrench into many a burgeoning activity schedule. If you’re training for a specific event, like a marathon, triathlon or fitness competition, you have special adjustments to make, but for the average person just trying to stay fit, portable exercises are the way to go. Here are a couple of things to try while you are on your next trip:
- Morning Workouts. I think this rule applies to most activity routines, but it especially applies on business. Most evenings on business trips are filled with dinners out or late meetings. Don’t miss your workout by scheduling it in the morning.
- No gym? If a gym doesn’t exist be sure to bring along your therabands for quick resistance training in your room. They don’t take up much room in your bag and they provide a great work out.
- No excuses. Always remember that travel isn’t an excuse to indulge and get lazy. It’s a great time to try something new, enjoy new sites, and stay energized and healthy during your trip.