Road Work

Many people who exercise regularly at home don't schedule workout time when they travel. Business trips, with their rounds of appointments, seminars, and dinners, seemingly afford no time for workouts. But fitness experts say that to stay mentally and physically sharp, combat jet lag, and sleep better at night—often a problem for travelers—the best solution is hitting the gym or even just the floor of your hotel room. In-room workouts. Check the television listings in your hotel room to see if you can catch a televised aerobic program. There are also various strengthening exercises—such as abdominal crunches, dips, lunges, push-ups, and calf raises—that can be done using regular furniture in lieu of complicated weight machines. Various books, videos, and popular fitness magazines demonstrate some of these techniques, or if you belong to a gym at home, ask the trainers there for

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