Access to exercise facilities is nice, but certainly not necessary. Packing some exercise tubing, a TRX, or simply using a few toys you find around the pool is all you need. Success hinges on commitment and know-how. You already know how to do many of the exercises. In fact, many of them have been previous Focus Points! Push-ups, planks and squatting are all appropriate for most travel programs. The secret is to understand how to sequence them and how to develop the right pace…another Focus Point!
When traveling, seek to maintain your fitness level. If you can return home without having to take a step backward with your training, then you have been quite successful. Accomplishing this takes less time and effort than you may think. Two training sessions per week is enough to maintain your fitness as long as you space them throughout the week. It is at that point that you begin to lose the gains you have made from your previous training sessions.
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Recently, the “Virtual Training” service was added for those who might be out on a longer stay away from home that want to continue their program with a trainer keeping a close eye on form and intensity.
Whether you travel for business or pleasure, your health and fitness must remain a top priority. If you haven’t already, ask your trainer about getting set up with a “To-Go!” program today!