Sure, barre classes and spinning sessions are wonderful, but when you’re living out of hotel rooms and airports your workout options are rather limiting. Nonetheless, sitting in uncomfortable aeroplane seats for hours on end and catching subpar sleep on an unsupportive hotel mattress is sure to leave anyone aching for a decent workout—one that revitalizes, refreshes, and energizes your entire body, and one that’s conducive to small spaces. It sounds like a tall order, but such a workout does exist. In fact, we found five.
Scroll through for five exercises that were made for people who travel 24/7!
Hit all of the major muscle groups without picking a single hand weight (or any equipment for that matter). All of the exercises are compound movements to make your workout super efficient.
When you wake up stressed, jet-lagged, or just plain exhausted, take a deep breath and flow through this energizing yoga routine. It’s perfect for beginners, but you can definitely customize it to your experience level.
Think it’s impossible to get a decent cardio workout in a teeny tiny bedroom? Think again. As long as you have enough room to do a push-up, you can torch major calories with this cardio routine.
When you can’t make it into the studio, but you don’t want your yoga body to suffer this is the next best option. It’s a no nonsense routine that features all of best toning moves yoga has to offer.
Generally CrossFit involves a serious dumbbell and barbell situation, but for the strength training junkies who just can’t stay away, there’s this workout. Not a CrossFit devotee? Don’t worry; there are variations for every experience level.
Do you workout when you’re traveling? Tell us how you fit it in below!