You know the frustration: not just all the crap that comes with business travel, but also how it too often weakens your training. Five days on the road and suddenly all that work you've been doing dissolves. Without hotel workout routines to rely on, by the time you get home, it feels like you've been set back five weeks.
The good news: Physical upkeep takes little time, and even less equipment. "It's just circuit-based training," says Noah Neiman, trainer to jet-setting stars like Justin Bieber, founder of Rumble boxing gyms, and bona fide Instagram personality (@noahdneiman, if you want to be humbled by an eight-pack). "You get a couple of exercises, you do them in order, you repeat them, and you keep going for whatever amount of time you have." Take a look at the easy exercises below, remember that Neiman suggests you aim for AMRAP (as many rounds as possible), and you can maintain your fitness—even if you can't make it to the hotel fitness center.
Hotel Workout Routines: Circuit Makers
Pick a routine and cycle through it as many times as you can in 12 minutes, taking 30-second breaks at four-minute intervals. Or, work your way through all three.
Hotel Workout Routines: Levels
- 10 burpees
- 20 mountain climbers
- 30 high knees
Article written by Michael Hainey and reposted with permission from Esquire.
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