New Mexico

Are You Always Traveling? You Can Stay Fit with These Simple Tips

Posted on May 25th, 2011 by

Even though you finally bought your dream home and settled down in South Valley, NM, your job continues to be as demanding as ever before. One day you’re at the office in New Mexico and before you know it, you’re boarding a plane to give a presentation on the opposite side of the country. While we can see how this can be incredibly stressful, it’s time to stop using your schedule as an excuse to avoid your fitness goals. MovingCost.com is here to give you some tips that will help you find your balance.

Before paying for a room, most people inquire about everything from internet connections to the free breakfast promotions that are often advertised. The next time you get word about a business trip, get your mind off the food for a minute and book a hotel that has a fitness center. This will make it easy for you to get a quick workout in before, after or in between the big business meetings if need be.

Are You Always Traveling? You Can Stay Fit with These Simple TipsOkay, so we know that everyone doesn’t have the luxury of affording state-of-the-art hotels and resorts. Or maybe your boss makes all the arrangements and you have no control over where you stay in any event. If that’s the case, take things into your own hands by working out in your hotel room instead. In the age of the Perfect Pushup bars and water-filled travel weights, all you have to do is pack light so that you will be able to take your gym with you wherever you go. Get a few extra towels to create your own exercise mat and push the furniture aside for a bit, so that you have enough space. Do yourself a favor and wake up earlier than usual so you can get a good sweat in before you set off on your hectic day.

Are You Always Traveling? You Can Stay Fit with These Simple TipsOnce you find that you’re in a race to close deals and meet deadlines, stopping by the nearest fast food restaurant may seem like the easy thing to do. However, you have to find a way to show better constraint. When you were moving to South Valley, you packed a small bag with fruits and juices so that you could stay hydrated as you helped out the movers that you hired. So now you should do the same thing for your all day appointments. Even if you end up at a greasy burger joint with coworkers, order a salad and skip the fries. What you decide to eat on your lunch break can make all the difference in the world.

While you would probably like nothing more than to work a regular 9 to 5 and attend a neighborhood gym in South Valley, life isn’t always that simple. Fortunately, there are still steps you can take to remain physically fit despite the frequent flier miles. We hope your next trip is a successful one where you stay fit and active!

Tags: fun activities, health, healthy foods, moving

This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 25th, 2011 at 8:35 am and is filed under New Mexico. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Leave a Reply