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HEALTH BEAT EXCERCISE Pack it Up!


Simple Exercise and Nutrition Tips to Take While Traveling


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UMMER BRINGS ON THE well-deserved summer vacation. Whether you are leaving the state, going to a local lake or getting away on business, your nutrition


and exercise should not be left behind. Often, though, your changing surroundings make it seem impossible to get in your typical gym or cardio workout. The key ingredient for exercising while traveling is to stay active, and the exercises provided in this article will help you do just that, and will also make a good addition to your regular cardio routine. As for your nutrition, be prepared! There are


a number of healthy solutions available at local restaurants or by bringing homemade snacks. Plan accordingly and know where you are going. Many restaurants provide menus online that include nutritional facts and ingredients. You can also research locations of your desired restaurants ahead of time to make them part of your destination. If you prefer your own cooking, prepare your snacks and store them in a cooler. Eating some of our suggested snacks five to six times a day, two to three hours apart will satisfy your appetite and actually raise your metabolism to promote burning body fat. Hiking, walking and running can be done


anywhere. Try these activities for at least 30 minutes to an hour. If you have pool, lake or ocean access available, swimming is an incredible form of aerobic activity. Try one or a couple of these activities daily during your vacation. Also, vary the intensity accordingly. If you can push hard for thirty minutes in your desired activity, that’s just as good, if not better than slower, longer duration. It’s up to you. Just keep moving and your body will thank you! Following are some simple exercises requiring minimal equipment that anyone


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