Congrats on the truck driving. I am a female and I have been driving a truck since 1994. Trust me, there is not a lot you can do inside the truck. You can do a little weight lifting, or resistance bands but you will have plenty of opportunity once the truck stops. While waiting on loading/unloading, waiting on dispatch to give you a load. During those times and at warehouses and terminals, I get out and do a lot of walking and running. Also, some companies have you do the loading and unloading. That gets you a really good workout. The company I am with right now doesn't let us do any of that though, so I have to find other ways.
Once you are under a load and rolling, just the driving and sleeping will take up most all your time. Once you drive a full shift, you are very tired and will need the rest time while your spouse is driving.
Save the exercises to times when you are parked. While going down the road, you need to be belted in for safety, whether driving or passenger or sleeping.
EDISON ONCE SAID, "WHEN YOU EXHAUST ALL POSSIBILITIES, REMEMBER THIS: YOU HAVEN'T."
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