Keeping Healthy Habits While Traveling (Part 1)
- Once you are at your destination, drag yourself outside and do something active in the daylight (walking the beach is great for this). You can recover from jet lag much more quickly.
- Cabin air is drier than the Sahara. Before you hop the plane, fill your own water bottle. To combat dehydration (and the fatigue it causes), drink two 8-ounce glasses before boarding, then another one each hour in flight.
- To preserve your hard-earned fitness level, exercise at least every third day while on the road, performing your aerobic routine at your typical level of intensity and completing your strength training program at least once a week, using the same amount of resistance.
- Walk the length of the plane every hour or two to keep your back happy, your muscles supple, and your blood circulating.
- If you’re not traveling first or business class, book an emergency exit row aisle seat to enjoy a roomier seat with extra leg room.
Some Tips Used From http://www.travelfitness.com/