Traveling Fit Class

July 09, 2015

Don’t just head out the door the next time you leave on a multi-day trip.  Consider packing your training! 

Enjoy your hard-earned summer gains or just keep the body-moving.  Although vacations are an awesome way to reward hard work, training shouldn’t be considered a negative.

For example... picture me (portable fitness nut;) on a wide sandy beach enjoying a morning run.  Glancing to my right and left all I see is SAND!  And my imagination runs wild...

Load a PKB for swings and presses, Turkish Get-ups or a run.  I might hold a plank position to push-ups and even burpees.  Working off the Rum from the night before and priming for that day’s breakfast buffet.

By the end of this free-flowing session, I’m feeling pumped, invigorated and grateful for being able to treat my body to a similar dose of movement it has grown used to back home.

If this sounds like a plan to you, than here’s a sample workout to try!  And as always, if you have any questions please use the comments section below or better yet find us on Facebook or Twitter.  

Warm-up for 3-5 minutes: Around the world to over the head press

25 Burpees
50 Goblet Squats
15 Plank Shoulder Press, Right and Left (30 total)
50 Double-arm PKB Swings


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