Hotel gym not up to par? Here are 9 travel fitness essentials that won’t take up too much space in your suitcase—and can give you a well-rounded workout on the road.
So you don’t have a ton of space but are looking for a dose of cardio? No problem. You don’t have to roll out the SKLZ Quick Ladder to its full 11 rungs to get the best speed workout. Instead, stretch the ladder out as far as you can and dodge between the 15-inch rungs to build your quads and glutes. Take two quick steps inside the ladder followed by two outside. Repeat until you work up a sweat. To improve agility, hop from side to side with one foot raised. Double up on reps to compensate for any spatial worries. ($30, sklz.com)
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