Travel is one of the quickest ways to destroy a good workout program. Vacations, busy work schedules, and outdoor races will have most of us on the road and away from our normal training environment. Exercise physiologists have shown that your conditioning level can fall to pieces in as little as three days, which is exactly the amount of time that is required for a short business trip or a weekend get-away. Although most hotels have gyms you can use, many of them aren't worth the hassle of dusting off the inch of accumulated dust.
But traveling doesn't have to mean the end of your training program. In this article I will give you some tips on how to stay motivated, how to find good places to train and outline a complete workout routine for you to follow; and you don't even have to leave your hotel room! All it takes is a little planning and a willingness to break out of your routine and your training plan will survive even the longest of trips! Go to www.racerxvt.com to read the complete article.