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EXERCISING WHILE YOU ARE TRAVELING

Updated: Jul 4, 2019



Exercising the body is essential to remain healthy and maintain proper well-being. It is vital in keeping the body physically fit and in good shape. An absence of exercise puts the body of shape, this can easily happening when you find yourself in an unfamiliar area while traveling. So, how do you maintain your physical and mental fitness over a trip? Here is what you need to know about exercising while you are traveling and steps you must take to avoid unfitness.


Things you must do


• Research Your Choices:

Reach out to your lodging or hotel and inquire about their onsite or any nearby fitness center. Ensure you ask about safe walking and walking paths.


• Start immediately: Even though we normally get stressed out and tired from traveling, studies have shown that exercising while you are traveling has an immediate impact even after crossing several time zones. A power walk can allow you to familiarize yourself with your surrounding area which is an incentive for exercising.


• Your luggage:

This must include, your jump rope, buttocks, jump rope, resistance tubing, and heart rate monitor. Prepackaged kits are also excellent options. Simply fill your aqua bells with water at your destination, and they will able to provide up to 16 lbs. of resistance on each barbell. Going along with the right tools will make exercising while you are traveling very much possible.


• Motion

Carrying out some forms of motion will prevent aches and pains and help to decrease your risk of blood clotting, and of course, bloating. If you expect to walk out of the plane with stiff back, hips, and knees, these techniques must be carried out from the airport or on the airplane. You can also decide on wearing your workout clothes, running or walking shoes when you travel, this will make jogging or brisk walking possible in the airport or train station.


Exercising the body:

• Core Strengtheners: Sit up as tall as possible, and lift one foot three to six inches off the ground. Hold for five to ten seconds or more.


• Knees, Calves, Ankles: Lift up your heels so that only the balls of your feet are on the ground, then reverse the motion and lift your feet with the heels on the ground. Continue at a back-and-forth pattern.


• Backache Relief: To alleviate pressure on your back, keep your knees higher than your hips. This may be achieved by placing your carry-on below your feet and will help relieve pressure and strain, particularly in the sciatic nerve region.


• Triceps and Shoulders: Put your palms in your armrests and push up. Hover over your chair for up to twenty minutes before returning back down. Breathe normally, but maintain your abdominal muscles into work your core.


• Don't change your clock: If you are used to working out early in the morning, afternoon or in the evenings, keep using the exact same time during your trip.


• Make New Friends: Making friends with a similar goal will only commit you to the cause.

Modified Down Dog: This movement is best for extending your shoulders, chests, hamstring, and back as you relieve the pain in your lower back.


By placing your palms on any available wall in hip height, walking your feet back and bending the hips till your torso and thighs form a 90-degree angle with the ground, you can carry this out.




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