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How Can I Stay Active if I am Traveling and Can't Go to My Gym?


If you have a really great exercise routine by going to the gym, first know that it is okay to skip a day or two to give your body a break.  However, good for you for wanting to stick to your regimen!  If you do not have access to a gym while traveling over the holidays, there are a few ways to still incorporate some physical activity into your day.

  • Enjoy a walk around the neighborhood
  • Use household objects, such as soup cans or water jugs, as weights for arm exercises
  • Improve your flexibility with several stretching sessions
  • Practice squats, push-ups, or any other movement with your own body weight


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