Inevitably your fitness can be distracted during increased travel whether it’s holidays, work or vacation. Particularly as we embark on holidays, not only does exercise decrease, so does sleep, but caloric intake increases which are key drivers to falling off the wagon for the 6 weeks between Thanksgiving and New Years.
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Whether you are a master swimmer or a weekend warrior entered into that charity triathlon, strength training outside the pool can not only eliminate countless hours in the pool, but specifically work on power and strengthening the core.
It will make you sweat, ache, it might make you curse, but you’ll love every minute of it. If this sounds like your kind of workout, boot camp might be something you should try this season. Summer is a popular time for boot camp workouts. Here is a sample class you can recreate to try a boot camp on your own outdoor workout:
Summer is the perfect time to spice up your workout routine and head outdoors. There are a few things to consider before you lace up your shoes and step out into the sunshine.
By: Laura Wilson, CPT
Take a resistance cable with you during your travel this holiday season. They are portable, packable, and can be used to work the entire body!
Stick to proteins and healthy fats as you enjoy the holiday spread this year. Fill your plate with lean proteins such as turkey as well as leafy greens and vegatables. Then when the meal is over pop a peppermint to help prevent further snacking.
Here are some great recipes to keep your Thanksgiving table tasty, healthy and an update to the old standbys: