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How to Stay in Shape While Traveling

Features & Advice | November 26, 2016

How to Stay in Shape While Traveling

PHOTO: Hotels are starting to offer fitness classes. (Photo courtesy Thinkstock) 

Maintaining a fitness routine is hard no matter whether you are always home or constantly on the road but Yahoo has some tips for frequent travelers on how to keep your head in the game when it comes to staying in shape. 

“These days, there are a ton of options to help you stay fit while traipsing across the globe. Whether you're spending hours on end in your airport terminal (we blame you, delayed flights), bunking up in a tiny hotel room, or soaking up quality time with your family, there are still plenty of ways you can sweat it out when you're on-the-go,” Yahoo points out. 

For those stuck in the airport, fitness is becoming a hot topic. 

“Good news for fitness-loving travelers: Yoga rooms are popping up in airports worldwide—as are walking paths, pools, and gyms,” Yahoo reports. 

In a hotel, there’s hope beyond the gym. 

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“You’ll find in-room workout tools and videos, loaner gear for those who’d rather not pack (or forgot!) their own, and exciting group classes,” says Yahoo.

What about if you are, say, at grandma’s house? Yahoo suggests turning to your tech. 

Grab your smartphone, download a free app (we like Nike+ Training Club, Sworkit, and Freeletics) and get moving!

For more on keeping fit on the road, read on here.

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