Travel workout routines are important if we’re going to keep healthy and fit. Exercising while traveling may not be the most fun, but it is important. This travel workout is easy AND fun!
Confession.. I’ve been traveling for 2 1/2 weeks and fitness has been harder than I thought, but needless to say, I’ve “fit it in.” Walking, running, push ups, squats, etc. A little here, a little there, etc. It all adds up, and that’s what counts, right? But today I have a real PRO traveler and FITNESS guru to share her traveling fitness tips. Heather (another good BLEND) from Fitaspire! Take notes and then go try out her travel workout you can do ANYWHERE!
Hi friends! I’m Heather from†FITaspire.com and I’m so happy to share a few minutes with you today! I’m a Colorado girl who stays fit to enjoy all that life has to offer. Fitness gives me the energy for everyday life and the next adventure! As an athlete and coach, I have learned how important nutrition is as part of your overall fitness plan, so I aim†to balance delicious healthy foods with the flexibility to indulge from time to time.
Even the most dedicated fitness fanatic†has days that make it tough to get to the gym for your workout. No matter the reason, it’s always good to have a workout ready that you can do anywhere.††Because you certainly don’t need a gym to get a workout while you’re traveling.
You can get your sweat on in a hotel room with absolutely no equipment, using this travel workout!
As always, be sure to focus concentrate on good form throughout the workout. It’s better to take it slow, take a break, or reduce the number of reps if needed. This workout is intended for individuals who have been exercising regularly for at least 2 months & can perform all exercises with good form.
Travel Workout Details
This travel workout is made up of three supersets, each divided by a brightly colored line. A superset is one exercise performed right after the other, with no rest in between them. After each superset, rest for 30-60 seconds before starting the next set.†Depending on your level of fitness, I recommend repeating each superset 2-4 times.†
You can watch video explanations of each exercise below:
- Pike Pushup†(see above)
- Tricep Dip†- use the side of a bed, table, chair, etc
- Arm Circles – hold a water bottle or similar to make more challenging)
- Jump Squat
- Wall Sit
- Inverted Row
- Flutter Kick
Now you’re all ready to sweat no matter where you are! I hope this helps you fit in a workout†wherever you travel.
If you give this travel workout a try, drop me a note and let me know what you think!!
Till next time,
Thanks so much Heather! this travel workout saved me these past weeks while in New Zealand. Now we’re on a plane back to Texas and back to real life.. sigh.
See ya’ll at home! And thanks for following me these past few weeks in NZ! I hope you enjoyed all the wonderful talented guests as well. They are my INSPIRATION!