Hello and welcome to your vacation location. I am more than happy to help you remain current with your exercise program while you are away from home, be it business or pleasure, when you are in my area.With that in mind; please be aware that you are able to find a trainer on IDEA, at this site, just by putting in your location:http://www.ideafit.com/fitnessconnectSorry, no more excuses; and, you are welcome for keeping you on track toward your goals.Take care and safe travels to you.
Exercise is important at any age. But no matter how active your lifestyle, there will be times when sitting still is your only option. When you take a long flight, you are potentially staying seated in the same position for eight or more hours.
It might be a trip to the big city for a business conference or an adventure around the world. No matter what kind of trip it is, one thing is certain. Our normal routines get completely thrown out the window when travelling. Here are some tips that can help.
Now that the summer is over and the cold months are up ahead, travel plans for many will change from outdoor adventures, to spending time with friends and relatives. The busy rush of holiday travel and shopping has a tendency to put us in tempting situations! The word 'willpower' is often mentioned in discussions, but proper planning will eliminate the need for willpower! We simply need to anticipate and prepare for moments when we may be temped to eat poorly or slack off on exercising. Bring healthy snacks along with you on excursions instead of fast food or processed junk food.
I'm always happy to have guest bloggers and have them offer some insightful tips to stay fit and healthy. We put our forces together with Kendra Thornton this time to bring you some helpful solutions to stay healthy while on vacation.
No.1 Nuts or Trail Mix - avoid mixes with added sugar such as candy No. 2 Cereal - look for whole grain, high fiber cereals available at most gas stations. Scan the shelves for whole grain crackers to pair with dairy for a balanced snack
Originally published on careergirlnetwork.com:Bon Voyage: Travel Fitness How-To’sThe key is to find balance. Design and implement easy ways to stay moving while away from home. http://careergirlnetwork.com/melissa-dileonardo-june-7/
I would like to begin with the same suggestion I did in the first part of this blog: If you have never done yoga before and/or you have an injury or physical condition currently, please talk to your health care provider before starting a practice. There are physical conditions that do require some modifications of yoga practice.