On this show I give you 8 Travel Tips for the Fitness Minded!
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In this episode you’ll learn 8 Travel Tips for the Fitness Minded
- What you should be bringing with you.
- What activities you NEED to do.
- Where you’ll find the best food info.
- How to get the most out of any trip.
- And much, much more.
One – Plan walking tours or activities
And, there’s a good chance that you’re not going to be staying in a hotel with an amazing gym that will give you everything you need. But, if you do, then just go to the gym on your normal schedule and stop listening to this! Ha!
Two – Do little body weight workouts
You can do these easily in your hotel room or apt, and it will set your day up for success.
Three – Eat the foods the locals eat
Because, if you’re outside of the US there’s a good chance that the food will be very healthy. The US food industry is just messed up, and full of junk.
Four – Pack TONS of your favorite protein bars
So… You can’t really expect to be able to get any good protein bars/snacks while traveling, so let the TSA screen your bag and bring the extra bars.
Five – Hydrate
And your body will function at its best (no matter what you’re doing) if it has enough water. Think adjusting to time changes, and new foods. Pay extra for the bottles or whatever it takes.
Six – Do actives, even if they are outside of your comfort zone
Think ocean kayaking or hiking up a mountain to see some awesome ruins. Or whatever else that will give you an exclusive experience that can only be done with some extra movement.
Seven – When you see an outdoor fitness park… use it!
Because I bet you’d be surprised how many of these you will find while traveling. Plan some outdoor workouts, and get sweaty with the locals.
Eight – Go to the local CrossFit gym for insider knowledge
You should also do a workout! But after you get off the floor, high five the other members and ask them where they go for good food, and other actives. You’ll get better info than you know!
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