Whether you are traveling for work or traveling for fun and find yourself in a new city, that certainly does not mean that your workouts have to stop. If you plan to take a rest and not work out while in a new city, that is fine too. The point of this article though is to show you that you don’t have to stop working out just because you aren’t around your normal workout routine.
Here are 3 tips on how to keep up with your workouts while in a new city –
Try Something New
Have you been itching to try and new workout? Does the city you are traveling to have one of the ever favored spin studios you always hear people rave about? From your own research is there a workout style in this city that is one that is not in the city you live in? Well now is your chance to try something new. Of course, there is always the fear of falling in love with the workout and then getting bummed about it not being where you live, but this will give you a great reason to come back to the city again or find a workout similar when you travel again.
Just Do It
It is spring after all, so wherever you are the weather should be halfway decent. Just take your workout outdoors. Even if you aren’t a runner, running around the city is a great way to explore the city and see what it all has to offer. If the weather isn’t so great, then there is always the hotel gym or one of our workouts that is designed to be done in hotel rooms.
Searching things on the internet can only get you so far so ask some friends. Before you head out to the new city, crowdsource your friends and see if they have been to the city or know anyone that has to offer some recommendations. You never know you might have used to live there or has a cousin that lives in that city, or what. Even when you think you know one will have an answer for you, you may get someone who just likes looking things up on the internet and finds a gem for you.
Grab your POW and get to it!
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