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I do a fair amount of international travel myself and I know the feeling. I always take my running shoes with me and some bands. At the very least, I head outside in the evening if I get to the hotel before 10 PM. If not, a 15 power minute walk in the AM is much better then nothing! When I can manage, I use the bands for strength training before bed.
Just keep MOVING!!! Linda in Cleveland, OH
I just discovered "personal training" on my smartphone! There are free apps but the one I use is from Skimble. In any case, I thought I would try it out last week when I was traveling for work...and did one labled "moderate" for 20 minutes. I could do it in my room without a ton of room...and picked one that didn't require weights. All I can say is: HOLY COW! Did I sweat like crazy! Even more then when I use the elliptical at the gym...in those 20 minutes, I felt like I got a better workout then I do after 60 minutes on my own at the gym. I'm a total convert...and the nice thing is: they have so many different ones I can choose a different one daily to mix it up....
Just a thought--it's really helped me not to make excuses why I can't work out on the road.
Speaking of travelling. My mom and I are going to visit her sister and in Ohio next month for two weeks. I have never stayed there before only passing through to New Jersey. So I m totally excited. I will still stay on my diet and exercise programs but problaly not be posting since I will be visiting.
Danyele M Howell
Couple of great things here:
1) The simple pains of traveling and maintaining some semblance of routine is well known to you.
2) You have a plan to start addressing some of those and it starts with your morning walk.
Good luck while traveling. I hate it myself but and have been fortunate enough to not get stuck in a place that doesn't have a trail/park/gym nearby if the facility doesn't have anything...and yes that is possible!
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I am often away for work. I always stay at a hotel with at least a treadmill. Get some time in before breakfast. Makes the rest of the day better.
Keep it up!
Kathy (from VT)
People will forget what you say
People will forget what you do
But people will never forget how you made them feel
Doing the challenge while traveling is a bitch ... and so is sticking with any program ... anyway, playing with the granddaughter is a good way to log my 10 minutes. She loves her soccer ball -- trying on clothes in a country full of pixies is another motivator.
Home in a few days ... new home that is, and new challenges.
Goal is to walk before work because I am an early riser ... coffee and email will have to wait!
Victoria Morris-Ott (aka Vmom)
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