Travel can really screw up your training routine. You’re not on a regular schedule and you don’t have access to your usual workout equipment. Even after a couple days away without exercise, you'll probably feel sluggish your first workout back—especially after eating and drinking vacation-style. But we know the last thing you want to do is hit the treadmill after an exhausting day on a work trip, or do sets of crunches on your hotel room floor during vacation.
So Men’s Fitness talked to eight travel experts for easy on-the-road tips to maintain your training. These admitted fitness fanatics practically live in airports. They know how to use exercise to boost energy, meet locals, and reduce the effects of nagging travel symptoms like jet lag. Don't let travel slow your fitness down—these quick tips can make all the difference, especially if your hotel gym is the last place you want to be.
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