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Travel Fitness Tips: How To Stay Fit When Travelling For Work by mayreambarry: 4:33pm On Feb 17, 2017
Hey fit fam, the only time to work up a sweat shouldn’t be when you have almost missed an important flight. I totally understand that staying motivated enough for any fitness activity during a business trip is no easy feat but coupled with hectic schedules, serious business meetings, and you might be tempted to forget everything about your workout routine altogether.
Several business travellers hide under the guise of booking hotels with the gym but more often than not very few of them have the time to hit the hotel gym every morning.
So unless you happen to be spending your work trip with a special trainer *wink*, try out these easy tips to shape you up on the go:
• Pack the right workout tools:
When packing the equipment’s your will need for exercise during your travel, it would be great if you can skip the dumbbells, as there are plenty of light equipment you can bring with you. Some of the feather-light options to toss in your bag include resistance bands and a TRX. Drop in your hand towels and your water bottles can serve the purpose of a decent hand weight. However, your best bet is a jump rope. Research shows that you burn the most calories per minute with jump rope than with any other cardio.
• Make the most of delayed flights:
Has your flight been delayed or do you have to cope with a long layover? It is advisable to take a brisk walk around the airport. Taking a walk a day is kind of like that proverbial apple: There's a good chance it'll keep the doctor away. From helping you lose weight and de-stress to lowering your blood pressure and reducing your risk of many chronic diseases—going for regular walks is one of the best and easiest things you can do for your health, says Melina B. Jampolis, MD, author of the new book The Doctor on Demand Diet.
• Take post-flight stretches in your hotel room:
Peradventure you will be visiting the Lagos for business purposes, I would advise you book a hotel like Protea Hotel. You can rest easy after a long trip and as your muscles tend to be tighter than ever. Take some easy yoga stretches for post-flight stiffness on arrival at your destination. Help your body and mind reset with two yoga poses downward dog and child's pose. Ward off lower-back soreness with a forward fold, bend at the hips and fall forward, hugging your knees and rocking side to side.
• Scope out the fitness scene:
There are chances you'll want to get out of the hotel, check out deals on fitness classes or just call around to a few studios and see if they're offering any one-time deals for first timers. Find a day of the week when gyms are pretty much abandoned, as your chances of finding something new and cheap are way higher.
• Go fast and hard with no equipment:
Even without a single fitness tool packed, you can get a crazy-good workout with simple bodyweight exercises. Just wake up early enough to do a few circuits. The early hours of the morning are the perfect time to do full body at high intensity. You have little time, so make every minute count. Do 100 jumping jacks, 60 seconds each of push ups, holding a plank, lunges per leg and burpees. Then repeat this activity two or three times again.

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