Somehow, my summers always end up filled with more trips than I expect. I’m definitely not complaining, but staying in shape and healthy while taking three different trips in a month is a challenge.
Whether I’m road tripping, flying to another continent, or visiting family, I want a travel workout that can be done in a hotel room and doesn’t require much equipment.
I also know that my digestive health can suffer when I’m traveling. The stress of details, as well as eating out often really impact my digestive system. But staying consistent with exercise supports digestive function and keeps me feeling healthy.
These 5 travel workout videos offer just that. You won’t need to hunt down any dumbells. If you can’t pack a mat, you can use a towel or just work out on the floor. At the most, you’ll want sturdy shoes and possibly some resistance bands.
Let’s get sweating!
5 Travel Workout Videos
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1. 10-Minute Abs from Tone It Up
This 10-minute ab workout from Tone It Up doesn’t require any equipment. It will leave your abs feeling sore and you feeling accomplished.
2. Revitalizing Yoga Flow from Yoga with Adriene
This flow will help you release tension in your shoulders and loosen up from traveling.
3. 45 Minute HIIT & Total Body Toning Tabata Workout from Fitness Blender
I use this workout when I’m starting to feel antsy while traveling. Maybe I’ve been stuck in the car or have eaten out at restaurants too many times. This HIIT workout is intense and decimates any anxiety or tension I’ve been feeling within myself.
4. 12-Minute Booty Burn with Resistance Bands from Tone It Up
Can you tell that I love Tone It Up? Their positive attitudes and fun workouts keep me motivated, so I like taking them on the road with me too. The booty workout is simple but intense when completed with resistance bands. These are the ones that I use.
5. Yoga for Digestion from Tonic
As I mentioned, my digestive system often takes a hit when I’m traveling, so being prepared with exercises specifically for digestion is really helpful. This yoga practice is lovely and can provide relief when my IBS symptoms come up.
BONUS: Go for a run or a walk!
This one is so simple; you just need a pair of shoes and a place to go. Running and walking while traveling keeps me from feeling antsy and supports digestive function.
What are your favorite ways to work out while traveling? Let me know in the comments below!
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