Whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, sticking to your exercise routine on the road is key. Even if you don’t have access to your regular equipment, studio or routine, there are still plenty of ways to exercise on the road.
High Intensity Interval Training
Also known as HIIT, this type of workout is perfect when you’re short on time. The workout uses short bursts of intense exercises mixed with periods of rest or lower impact exercises. HIIT exercises tend to work out your full body. Use an app like 7 Minute Workout or Seconds Pro. Or, create your own workout with exercises like burpees, wall sits, push-ups and running in place.
Going for a run or walk is one of the best ways to exercise in a new destination. Depending on where you are and your time limits, look into nearby trails you can explore. If you’re short on time or weather doesn’t permit an outdoor run, head to the hotel gym and utilize the treadmill.
Whether you’re a practicing yogi or new to it, yoga is a great workout to do in the comfort of your hotel room. If you already have moves in your practice, create your own session. If that seems overwhelming, opt to watch a free yoga video on YouTube or download an app to guide you. Daily Yoga and Find What Feels Good are great options.
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