When we travel for work, movement typically gets moved to the bottom of the priority list. But the thing is, the American Medical Association recommends that we get about 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous activity every week!

What they don't tell you is that shorter HIIT workouts can be just as effective as longer moderate intensity workouts!

Think you don't have time? Think again.

With a few tweaks, you can make workouts happen no matter where your work trip takes you.


Figure out your goals before you set up a fitness plan for yourself.

When it comes to fitness, there are 3 types of people:

(click the one you most identify with)

>>>GET MOVING! <<<

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