Do you have any bands? If not you might want to consider getting one or two. I personally like the tubes with handles, but the regular rubber strips are cheaper.
They pack easily and you can do most exercises modified for bands. I would just make sure you look at the workout and make any notes before you go about how you need to do the exercise with the band rather than dumbbells so you aren't stuck without your internet and are unsure what to do.
If bands aren't an option right now, there are some great body weight exercises you can do in lieu of a weighted workout. Here are a couple links to some that I had time to check out, but if you google body weight exercise routines, lots comes up. The second link offers different levels and divides by upper and lower body, so it might be a good starting place.
The thing with travelling is that it might mean that you cannot do exactly what the program outlines, but you can certainly do something. PACK FOOD for your car trip is my biggest tip. A cooler with clean food and cold water will avoid the McDonalds pit stops, at least for you, even if the rest of the family wants it. And take a copy of a great fitness magazine like Oxygen or Muscle and Fitness Hers or whatever you like (but those are more weight training oriented) along with you to read. Also love Clean Eating magazine if you want to find some new recipes to try upon your return.
Edited by: CSTEVENSON at: 5/11/2012 (12:11)
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