You can’t help it, you fly to a new destination and tempting foods are pushed into your path on every corner and you let yourself indulge.
By following some simple tips, you can keep on top of your fitness game and feel healthy whilst on your travels.
50 press ups 50 sit-ups a small stretching session and a nice 1-5km run
A very simple and healthy workout that you can do almost anywhere.
Make sure you keep it up as your morning routine and you will already start to gain a massive improvement.
Get off from an early stop.
If you’re travelling by public transport, how about getting off one stop before and walking that extra mile.
You never know what you might find during your off the grid adventure,
Might spot something unique and interesting whilst getting some fitness in.
Avoid drinking too much
Alcohol is always nice on vacation, especially when its a lot cheaper compared to back home.
This is an easy way to let your health go.
Avoid that beer belly!
This also counts for fizzy drinks, which I feel guilty of when travelling.
You should avoid drinking lots of sugary drinks.
When in Asia makes the most of all the great green tea it’s refreshing and helps your food digest.
Avoid putting milk and sugar in your coffee & tea; this is a tip I swear by as coffee is around 2 calories a cup.
See if you can get used to having your brew this way, I love it! Also milk in tea takes away many of its best benefits to see if you can live without it.
If you’re doing a road trip to find a healthy stop off along your route rather than a fast food establishment during your break.
Make a water bottle your new best friend
Pack a water bottle
I always bring a 1.0L/34OZ platypus with me, which is easy to store and refresh my thirst whenever I need it.
Monitoring how much water you consume is great too keep track of your hydration.
Also save’s on bottled water and stops yourself from buying sugary drinks.
Don’t over indulge
You’re allowed to treat yourself whilst on holiday but don’t eat it all at once.
Lay out your meals over the duration of your stay, rather than eating it all at once.
Only eat out a few times a week, it’s unhealthy to do it often and also its not very budget friendly too.
Do some active activities
Why don’t you choose a more active route to the top of the mountain rather than the cable car?
Turn your adventure into a day activity or why don’t you consider doing a local sport as part of a cultural experience.
In Norway you can try your hand at handball which its bizarre and different to try
It is hard as your out of your comfort zone when you travel and you let yourself go, but follow or take on board some of these facts to maintain a healthy active lifestyle whilst on the road. Do you have anything you would like to add to the list? Post below in the comment section.