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Go Anywhere Fitness Tips


  • When vacationing try to find a hotel that has a fitness center/and or a gym nearontheroadworkout.jpg by that offers a free trial week.
  • If no free trials are available pay immediately for the entire week. You will most likely be inclined to workout if you paid for it!     
  • Look for a local personal trainer that owns a training studio. You could probably get a good deal for a couple of workouts and be done in as little as 45 minutes without waiting around for equipment to open up.   
  • No gyms or trainers available.... go for a brisk walk or jog for 20-60 min first thing in the morning. Vacations are usually a busy time for most people; better get the workout in as soon and as early as possible.        
  • Don’t want to the leave room. Push ups and crunches mixed in with exercise bands(bodylastics) can help you work up a sweat and stay fit.
  • If possible book a room with a some of your own food and prepare at least one good healthy meal a day.
  • Snack through out the day to prevent the fatted calf type meal at dinner time: here are some good snack choices:
  • Raw nuts with no added sugars or oils
  • Yogurt
  • 2-4 ounces of cheese
  • Fresh fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Pretzels, just don’t go overboard, a handful usually does the trick
  • Mini rice cakes (about 2-4) with a tablespoon of natural jelly or nut butters including cashew, almond or peanut butter.
  • Protein shakes made with whey or soy. These are great for on the road snacking. Mix one scoop with 8 ounces of water or juice in your shaker, add some ice and you’re ready to go!   


"Exercise is Medicine"- American College of Sports Medicine

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