Resources

13 resources to help make time for fitness while traveling.

WEB
www.airportgyms.com
— This site lists exercise clubs and airport fitness centers in and around popular U.S. and Canadian airports.

www.healthytravelnetwork.com — Features travel-fitness news, portable fitness products, and hotels with great gyms and fitness centers.

www.athleticmindedtraveler.com — This subscription Web site recommends hotels with gyms or nearby fitness centers, healthy restaurants, local gear rentals and fun activities in or near your destination city (skiing near Denver; surfing in Los Angeles).

www.yogaeverywhere.com — Displays pictures of poses you can do while traveling.

www.healthyhighways.com — Offers tips and resources for living and traveling healthfully.

BOOKS
Airplane Yoga by Rachel Lehmann-Haupt and Bess Abrahams (Riverhead Books, 2003)

The Athletic-Minded Traveler: Where to Work Out and Stay When Fitness Is a Priority by Jim Kaese and Paul Huddle (Socal Publishing, 2004) — More than 500 recommended hotels and fitness venues in select U.S. cities.

Eating on the Run by Evelyn Tribole (Human Kinetics, 2003) — How to save time and manage your weight while traveling.

In-Flight Fitness: Everything You Need to Know to Keep Fit and Healthy During Air Travel by Dreas Reyneke with Helen Varley (Orion Publishing, 2001) — In-flight exercises for coping with problems such as back pain and fear of flying.

Fitness for Travelers: The Ultimate Workout Guide for the Road by Suzanne Schlosberg (Houghton Mifflin, 2002) — A workout guide with exercises and tips for eating and flying healthfully.

Healthy Highways: The Traveler’s Guide to Healthy Eating by Nikki and David Goldbeck (Ceres Press, 2004) — A road guide to vegetarian-friendly and natural-foods restaurants, from drive-through to gourmet.

Nordic Walking: The New Way to Health, Fitness and Fun by Claire Walter (Hatherleigh Press, 2008) — Get the most out of your workout with this time-efficient exercise.

Travel Pilates: Fitness to Go by Alida Belair (Black Inc. Books, 2004) — Continue a Pilates routine on business or vacation — even in an airplane seat.

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