7 TIPS TO STAY HEALTHY WHILE TRAVELING

  • Pack your vitamins!​ Personally, I swear by Juice Plus+. Made with freeze dried fruits and vegetables, a handful of these capsules every morning powers me with the nutrients of dozens of fruits and veggies. When you’re on the road, your daily consumption of fresh produce likely declines, and Juice Plus+ is the perfect way to boost your immune system and energy without packing your entire fridge with you. If you’re interested in trying, you can learn more ​here​!
  • Find an on-the-go workout routine.​ When traveling, I definitely don’t crush the same workouts I do at home, but I love to find a way to sweat at least a couple of the days I’m gone. ​Classpass​ is a great option for city trips, because you can swap your location with the tap of a button and try out a local class. But if you’re not a ClassPass member, just find a local studio and do a drop-in – many of them offer a discounted (or free!) rate for your first class, and “out-of-towner” packages ideal for an extended stay. I also love, love the ​Tone It Up app​ for quick and easy workouts you can do in your hotel room at any time!
  • Pick up some quick dry leggings.​ As much as I love packing in a sweat sesh on vacation, I hate packing my sweaty workout clothes with me throughout a trip. So, whenever I travel, I always pack my ​Booty By Brabants​ leggings. At one size fits all, the material on these leggings is super stretchy and dries quickly – perfect for the plane to the gym. Plus they are flattering on literally everyone. Get yours here! (pictured above!)
  • Pack your reusable water bottle. ​Plane travel can be super dehydrating. Plus when you’re on the go, you’re likely drinking a lot less water than you do when sitting (and sipping) at your desk all day. I have so many reusable water bottles, but my favorite is the ​Liquid Hardware​ vacuum insulated water bottle that I got from my stay at Amangani last year. It keeps cold cold and hot hot for so, so long. I usually pack this in my bag and fill it up at the airport before boarding – that way I have plenty of water to sustain me on the flight.
  • Try local healthy food spots.​ Healthy, real food is so IN right now. Which means when you’re traveling to a new city or location for work or for fun, it’s not all about trying that oversized ice cream sundae or local burger joint. You can research the trendy health spots for your destination and check them out – a great way to explore local favorites while still maintaining your healthy habits. And healthy doesn’t mean it’s not delicious!
  • Get Outdoors.​ Whether you’re in a city or at a resort, going for a long walk or jog is a great way to get in a lighter workout while getting out and seeing the sights. Sometimes on vacation, I don’t feel like doing a traditional workout in the gym, but easily rack up 5 miles walking around a city without even trying. If your location isn’t conducive to walking or jogging, look for other outdoor active options like kayaking, paddleboarding, snowshoeing, skiing, etc.
  • Book some time at the spa. Healthy isn’t just about exercise and eating right. Today we consider “wellness” to have many different meanings, and that includes taking care of ourselves. On vacation, you deserve that extra hour of sleep, a long hot bath, and some relaxing spa treatments. Stress takes such a toll on our well-being – not only mentally, but also physically. Taking care of your mind and your body will do wonders for your overall health.

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