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Staying fit on the road is hard, and it’s basically impossible to stick to one particular diet due to the constantly changing culinary setting.
The only key to having a balance is portion control and exercise!
Therefore, you don’t have to discard your fitness or your health for that matter. Try some of these travel health tips that will help you stay healthy while traveling:
Take baby steps towards fitness goals you can stick to:
Try to jot down your fitness goals for the day, week or month. Everyone’s goals will vary, but writing them down encourages action and will surely keep you on your toes.
Engage in some kind of exercise:
You may seem to be tired after that 20 hour long bus ride, but exercising will help you get up and be active the next day. Try a couple of things- do yoga one day, a Youtube video the next, etc.
Run around and see how it benefits you:
Get out and explore. Run down the dirty alleys, run over rocks, through villages. Even if running isn’t your thing, start walking.
Limit consumption of alcohol:
We understand you’re on a holiday, but cutting down on alcohol is the easiest way to get rid of those empty calories. One beer won’t kill you, of course, but one everyday adds up. Opt for water or any non-alcoholic beverages instead.
Balancing is the key!
Eating ten pancakes when you’re out there holidaying isn’t unnatural. Now there comes the main challenge. If you splurge on booze one night, go for water the next. Balance is so crucial to sustain a healthy lifestyle. You’re going to have days where your sugar intake will just go through the roof. It’s okay. It’s part of the experience.
Sitting in with the locals, tasting some random dishes on the menu are always the highlight when you’re traveling. Stick to these travel tips and don’t feel bad if you’re indulging in these delicacies, just be sure to counterbalance all those local beers or savoury desserts.