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Workouts

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  1. Anonymous

    As we all know, flying can take a toll on one’s body. Stretching constantly in flight and working out once you’re in the ground can sometimes help with the effects of jet lag and can overall improve your health. But it’s no easy when you’re in a confined space such as a plane or a hotel room, or eat the traditional pasta served on most domestic routes or the delicious desserts served on other carries.
    How do you guys workout? Any routines you’ve got when you hit the hotel gym? Is there any exercises you can do in your room? Thanks a lot!

  2. Gaurav

    I think there are plenty of exercises you can do in your hotel room, the hard part is motivation. I always try to pack some gym clothes when I travel, can probably count on one hand the number of times I’ve actually used them 🙂

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