Workout Routine for the Busy Traveler

Workout Routine for the Busy Traveler

So you are a busy career woman who is constantly traveling for your job. This means a different city, a different hotel, and long days are your norm. All the travel makes it so hard to get a decent workout schedule down. Sometimes the hotel has a gym, sometimes not. You usually only stay for a night or two and don’t want to travel a half hour to the closest gym. This workout routine is perfect for your hotel room. No matter if you get it in first thing in the morning, or late at night, this workout routine gives you zero excuses not to get it done!

The Struggles

Jumping from city to city, sitting on a plane, and enduring endless meetings means you are a busy woman. When you are home, you enjoy hitting the gym and getting in a good sweat. However, most of the time you are in the air, trying to get results in a very short period of time each day. After a long day of meetings you don’t want to do battle in the hotel gym. You don’t want to just go run mindlessly on the treadmill. You want a physical challenge that will burn off the fatigue that travel and business has layered onto you.

However, you don’t want to venture out to find a gym because you will be packing up and heading out the next day. Plus you already put in a 14 hour day. You just want to burn it up, take a shower, eat and hit the sack. You usually have the room to yourself, so that is a plus. This workout routine will burn off that fatigue, ignite your appetite, and get you looking lean and mean in your business suit. As long as you have a set of resistance bands, a chair, and some determination, you can do this workout routine! The best part is you can watch your favorite show on TV, listen to a podcast or music without headphones, or just keep company with your own thoughts while crushing this workout.

The Equipment

All you need for this workout routine is a chair, a set of resistance bands (or just one band, and your body! There are zero excuses for not getting a sweat in with this workout. Resistance bands are the perfect traveling companion as they are light and easy to pack.

The Workout Routine

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Back flys with bands- 4 sets of 15 reps

Lateral raise with bands- 4 sets of 15 reps

Squats with bands- 4 sets of 15 reps

Chair Dips- 4 sets of 15 reps

Push-Ups- 4 sets of 15 reps

Band good mornings- 4 sets of 15 reps

Band bicep curl- 4 sets of 15 reps

Air bike- 4 sets of 15 reps

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The Breakdown

Perform each exercise for 4 sets of 15 reps. Complete one exercise before moving to the next. Rest for 45 seconds between each set. If you want to add some cardio to your workout, perform high knees for 45 seconds instead of resting between sets! If you click on the tracking links above, you will be able to track the workout on your phone so that you can improve each time you perform it! Not to mention you don’t have to remember to bring a notebook with you. Easy peasy!

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