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Getting Ready for Summer? While traveling? Is it possible?

Getting Ready for Summer? While traveling? Is it possible?
17 Jul

Getting Ready for Summer? While traveling? Is it possible?

YES !!!! of course it is when you focus and do it right.

We have done our homework, and decided on the best  tips we could find to help you out! Throughout July we are going to share some tips, secrets and advice on how to do it right!!

Here are some of tips to get you started

Pack your own snacks

You can carry most foods through security at the airport. (Check out the local airlines for a full list of dos and don’ts.)

Seek out healthy food options

When you arrive at the hotel, check your phone so you can see your options and head to a close, healthy spot. Many coffee shops will offer you grab-and-go salads, or you might see a vegan spot around the corner.

Use nature as your gym

Need some workout inspiration? Take your workouts outside.. Often use bodyweight exercises on the beach, in the mountains, backyard, or on city streets.

Keep outdoor workouts simple

Sometimes exercising when you’re away from home can feel overwhelming, especially if you don’t know the area you’re visiting very well—but don’t overthink it. When you’re away is the perfect time to work on bodyweight exercises, like squats, lunges, and push-ups. A sample program

Download a workout app

When you’re not sure how to go about your exercise routine, following a workout app can also be helpful. The good news is that most of them are free

Get to know the area

Traveling to a new country? Check out what the local cuisine is like ahead of time, “Sometimes it’s hard to make a decision on the fly, especially when there’s so much new info on the menu,”

Focus on your “why”

“It won’t happen, unless you make it happen. And if you do make it happen, it’s really going to be a game changer for you. It’s going to help reduce the stress of travel and it’s going to help improve your energy and your stamina which normally gets zapped during travel.” You won’t regret the workout, so don’t put off starting one.

Grab a cup of java

One of the best ways to motivate yourself to get up and get moving is with a little reward. An extra dose of caffeine when you wake up and pre-workout. – AND WE HAVE GOOD COFFEE

Squeeze in your workout in the mornings

Sometimes people skip workouts when they’re away because they don’t want to sacrifice the time. But, you don’t need a lot of time to squeeze in a sweat—20 minutes will work wonders for getting your heart rate up and muscles moving.

Pack a gym in your bag

Besides a set of sneakers, a few other essentials to bring with on trips: resistance bands, gliders (you can use towels or paper plates in their place, too), a trigger point ball for targeted, a jump rope.

Find balance in your meals

It’s OK to indulge a little when you’re on vacation. After all, you don’t eat this way 365 days of the year. Be picky about what foods you want to enjoy and which ones you’ll skip. You can always have a lighter lunch and a more indulgent dinner,. You want to be able to experience special things. But think ahead of time about the balance of foods that will make you feel your best while traveling, keeping in mind how energetic and full you want to feel.

Fuel up throughout the day

People tend to get dehydrated when they’re traveling, so make sure you’re drinking plenty of water. Also, it’s a good idea to carry some healthy snacks with you when you’re walking around town and sightseeing.

Make sleep a priority

When you skimp on adequate sleep, your hunger signals can get out of whack. Make sure you schedule some downtime and plenty of rest. When you do, you’ll feel refreshed each morning and relaxed come the end of your getaway.

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