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I know traveling is all about relaxation and finding new adventures, taking pictures, trying new foods, exploring the world, learning about new cultures, and meeting new people. It is your chance to get away because life is beautiful, but it can sometimes be monotone. Hence, traveling provides your ticket to something new and exciting. However, health is always important. It should be above all and our priority because even if you have it all, why does it matter if you are not healthy?
Even while enjoying a travel experience, you can stay active and in shape. Here are some workouts to do while on vacation. You can even work out from the hotel room, move that luggage, and do something positive for your body! Besides staying on track with your health, you will rock your vacay outfits even more, looking nice and toned! Can it get any better than that?
LEVEL 1 HOTEL ROOM WORKOUT
- Body Weight Squats: 20 reps
- Incline Push-Ups: 15 reps (feet on floor, hands on the edge of bed or desk)
- One-Arm Luggage Rows: 10 reps (each arm, use your suitcase as your weight)
- Reverse Crunches: 10 reps
LEVEL 2 HOTEL ROOM WORKOUT
- Overhead Squats: 25 reps
- Push-Ups: 20 reps
- Inverted Rows: 10 reps (using the desk in your hotel room)
- Reverse Crunches: 15 reps
LEVEL 3 HOTEL ROOM WORKOUT
- Jumping Squats: 25 reps
- Decline Push-Ups: 20 reps (feet up on bed or desk chair)
- Inverted Bodyweight Rows: 10 reps (with feet elevated onto desk chair)
- Reverse Crunches: 15 reps
Believe it or now, walking is an excellent form of exercise. As simple as a daily brisk walk can help you be healthier. It prevents or manages various conditions, including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, cancer, and type 2 diabetes.
Take some time off your date, get your headphones, and enjoy the outside. Time yourself and see how far you can go. It is a good start in your health and fitness journey.
Another effective way to exercise is through jogging and running. If you have been walking for some time and want to pick up the pace, you are up for some physical challenge, then start jogging lightly. Your heart pulse will begin to quicken, and you will burn more calories. Take your time, do not begin sprinting or running at a fast rate on day 1.
Exercise is like a staircase; you start at the bottom and then make your way to the top step by step.
I personally find running therapeutic; when I run, I only concentrate on what I’m doing and where I’m going. Since running is a challenging exercise, you must put your all into it. Running can also help clear your head while being outside and changing your environment for some time.
I know we have always been told, “you need to drink plenty of water” and “make sure you are staying hydrated.” I have heard this ever since I was a kid, but honestly, it is true. Life-forms use water to carry nutrients around the body and take away waste. Water also helps break down food and keep organisms cool, among other critical jobs.
Don’t Forget to Stretch
Stretching is just as essential as warming up and working out. Stretching relaxes tense muscles. Stretching Limits Muscle and Joint Strain – Stretching correctly can limit the strain on your muscles and joints. It will help your muscles stay flexible and toned.
Time to rock that summer bod with these exercises on the go!