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How To Keep To An Exercise Schedule When You Travel

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When planning a trip:

  • Think about where you can exercise. For instance, if you are going to stay in a hotel, look for one with physical facilities like the ones you use at home or that provide day passes to a nearby gym or club.
  • Include time for exercise in your plans.
  • Think about what exercises you can do in a hotel room, such as push ups, squats, leg lifts, stomach crunches, and lunges. Inexpensive elastic resistance bands take up almost no room in a suitcase. (You can learn how to use elastic bands through such books as Tamilee Webb's Original Rubberband Workout by Tamilee Webb et al. Inexpensive used copies are available online through such sites as Barnes and Noble offsite link).
  • To find gyms within 20 minutes of airports, see: offsite link

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