Working out while on the road can be tricky. Some hotel fitness centers offer unreliable hours or don’t provide the caliber of equipment of your usual workouts. There is plenty of fitness apps available, offering an alternative to a gym workout, that you can use from the comfort of your hotel room. These are our favorites.
Perform 12 different exercises in intervals of 30 seconds, with rest in between for an efficient, effective workout. Exercises require no equipment and can be completed anywhere.
The app highlights a high-intensity workout regimen, perfect for the traveler short on time. View brief video demonstrations of core, cardio, strength and interval training. The latest version offers an entire section devoted to hotel room workouts.
$2.99 to download
Perfect your squat form with this app. You’ll find six workouts with 13 squat variations. Squeeze in this workout before you leave your hotel room.
Choose from five- or 10-minute workouts, with special focus on your legs. Developed by a personal trainer, video instructions are available. You don’t need a WiFi connection to use the app.
Modeled after a studio class, the vocal coaching on this app leads you through a variety of poses matching a playlist. A new sequence is generated each time you practice.
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