Fit On The Go + Giveaway

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I’m here today with my friend Nancy, sharing our best tips for staying fit on the go. We also have an awesome giveaway for you from Soybu and ITunes! I’m almost always on the go so staying fit is a big challenge for me. We’ve teamed up to share our best tips to stay fit while traveling:

Check Out Your Hotel
You can always get in a workout by using the gym at your hotel. Before you book a hotel you can ensure that you choose one with a fitness center. There is almost always basic fitness equipment in there, so hit up the treadmill or elliptical for some good old fashioned cardio to hold you over until you get back home.

Look Around Locally
If your hotel or other accommodations don’t offerΒ a fitness center, try to find one locally. Lots of gyms and fitness centers offer a guest pass and are often happy to accommodate people on the go. You can also look into other places you might want to try like a barre class for a guest pass.

Explore the Outdoors
Why not go for a jog outside? Maybe a walk? Participate in an activity that will burn plenty of calories, like paddle boarding, swimming, hiking, or a night of dancing.

In-Room Options
There are lots of workout options available to stream through the internet, and some cable programming includes a fitness channel of some sort as well. Jessica’s favorite is the Ballet Beautiful series which can be streamed through Amazon.

Nancy has some tips for you on her blog too. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway below!

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Giveaway open to US residents age 18 or over only.Β 
$100 giftcard was provided free of cost by Soybu.
$25 ITunes giftcard was provided by Nancy at Spiffykerms.

41 thoughts on “Fit On The Go + Giveaway

  1. I have been traveling a lot for work and although it’s been difficult to keep up with my healthy eating habits, staying active hasn’t been terribly hard. I love walking, running, and biking around new places so I make sure I have enough time to do this for 2 hours when I arrive to a new city or area. This gives me a jumpstart to keeping up with my exercise for however long I am there.

  2. I feel like the only time I travel is to visit family but these are great tips!! It’s always fun to workout outdoors in a new area when you are away from home! This giveaway is fantastic!! I hope I win πŸ˜‰

  3. I have a hard enough time staying fit at home, but these are great tips. I’m actually hoping to head to our new fitness center today πŸ™‚

  4. I’m totally into the Youtube workouts – there are tons available! HIIT workouts usually don’t require much equipment – in fact, you can search Youtube for “no equipment workout” and get a lot. And there’s always yoga, my vacation workout of choice.

  5. I find that on a lot of vacations (especially in Europe) lots of walking is involved so it’s easy to stay active!

  6. you both look super fit!! πŸ™‚ i am the worst about going to the gym or keeping up with a workout whenever i travel. i usually let myself go and eat as much as i want .. then deal with the consequences when i get back home. haha

  7. Exploring the outdoors is definitely my favorite. A trip to the mountains = hiking and it’s my favorite way to get fit – plus you can sightsee and take pictures!

  8. Great tips! I don’t travel much, but when I do I always feel like I don’t have the time to sneak in a workout. Once I’m home I then struggle to get back at it. Traveling would also be a great time to try out all the quick workouts pinned on pinterest.

  9. i had the best intentions these past few weeks that i was traveling but I didn’t work out ONCE! augh. it was horrible. But, this week, since being home again, I’ve made it a point to work out. gotta get back in to that routine!

  10. I always make sure I walk around loads to explore the area – that’s my work out! I never really take work-out clothes with me on holiday (c’mon, heels or trainers?!) so the most I ever do is running in shorts and a t shirt along the beach in the morning!

    Katie <3

  11. Great write-up! I’m a fan of being active, no matter where you are. Getting out and exploring the local area/activities is definitely my favorite way to do it. The Amazon Ballet Beautiful class sounds great too – I enjoy barre, and wonder if it’s similar to that. Lastly, the Soybu fashions are super-cute!

    xo,
    lauriel

    EyeForElegance.com

  12. I wish chasing my kids around had the same effect as a solid work out does. I need to get into the swing of exercising regularly again.

  13. Whenever I travel I always find a fun workout class to take in the city or make sure I hit up the hotel gym or try to mainly walk if its a walkable city.

  14. I will admit when I go away the last place I wanna see is a gym and you can imagine my shock when I had to go for a business trip with my boss who made sure I only booked hotels with gym and pool (can’t swim but can float). But now I am happy to explore the surrounding areas but still effie on gym

  15. These are definitely some great tips. I travel a few times a year for my job and the one thing I definitely try to find out before booking the hotel is if they have a fitness facility. No fitness facility = not booking there. Personal preference, but I like working out in the gym rather than outdoors. I know, I know, strange.

    Thrifting Diva
    http://www.thriftingdiva.com

  16. I go swimming! Almost all hotels have pools, and I can get up early enough before the kids get up ! You guys look absolutely darling in the shot.

  17. These are great tips! I find it easier to make it to the gym in the morning when I at a hotel. I do NOT know what the deal is, but I look forward to waking at 6a and hitting the gym. But there is no way that can ever happen on the reg. haha

  18. Your pinnacle photos are always really great! These were great practical tips that I don’t always consider, especially the in room option.

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