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Fitness On The Road

Fitness On The RoadFitness is not only about building ones muscular strength and endurance, but also about flexibility, speed and balance. And keeping in shape while on the road can be a challenge, but is supremely important. Here are some tips to maintain fitness while you’re on the road.

ON THE AIRPLANE

  1. Check to see if the airline magazine or “fitness channel” provides and in-seat exercise program.
  2. Exercise in your chair – Clasp your hands behind your head; stretch one hand toward the ceiling, then the other, and then both together; relax. Repeat twice.
  3. Walk up and down the aisles for 15 minutes every hour or so; take the opportunity to stretch in the open spaces next to the rest rooms.

ON A DRIVING TRIP

  1. Stop every 2 hours for 5 minutes of strenuous stretching and a brisk 15-minute walk.
  2. Walk for at least 15 minutes before eating lunch and dinner.

AT HIGH ELEVATIONS

The first day just take a stroll; after that, do your usual exercises but reduce the time by 15 percent for each 5,000-foot gain in elevation. If it’s hot, don’t exercise outdoors between 10 A.M. and 4 P.M.

AT THE HOTEL

  1. If there’s no exercise room or pool, as at the desk for a list of local health clubs or get a street map so that you can walk or jog.
  2. To find an aerobics class, look under “Exercise and physical fitness programs” in the Yellow Pages.
  3. Bad weather? Walk or jog in the halls. Or stair walk: up for 1 minute, down for 30 seconds.

IN YOUR ROOM

  1. Pack a jump rope, exercise tape, and cassette player.
  2. Run in place to the morning news or dance to radio music.
  3. Stretch for 10 minutes morning and night, or pack 100 paper clips or bobby pins, throw them in the air, and bend to retrieve each one.

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