The “No Excuse” Healthy Travel Guide: Best Travel Exercise Equipment

  1. Kelly says:

    I find that when I’m travelling I actually get more exercise from all the walking I do…however I dont travel for work which I imagine is different than vacationing. I love the resistance bands. They are great for all areas of the body.

    • messybuntraveler says:

      Yes, the resistance bands are the greatest! I have a set myself and take them with me everywhere I go!

  2. I never really thought about the challenge of carrying fitness training gear with you when long term travelling. I am particularly drawn to the Fitbit Versa, quite a change in style to the usual slim ones, and that tiny bathroom scale is amazingly compact.

  3. Ella says:

    Thanks for the info – I always wonder about how people who travel long term can stay healthy. I’m intending to take my yoga mat with me on my next long trip, but like you said actually lugging the equipment round can be a hassle.

  4. Michelle says:

    These are such great suggestions. It is so important to remember your physical fitness when you are traveling. We tend to travel with only a backpack so we try to just use body weight and YouTube videos. LOL!

  5. Sage says:

    Oh, I’m pretty sure I could still come up with excuses, even after this great article. I do find that I walk a lot. I work from a treadmill desk at home and I love getting out and exploring when I travel. My big thing is that I need to do more weight-bearing activities. The body weight cards would be super helpful to keep in my suitcase!

    • messybuntraveler says:

      Weight-bearing can always be tricky, but finding at least 20-30 minutes a day to do it will be sooo beneficial for the long run. Weight-bearing is what keeps bones and joints strong to continue to be able to walk around and explore!

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