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Fit For Travel: The Book That Teaches You How to Stay Fit on the Road

Fit For Travel: The Book That Teaches You How to Stay Fit on the Road

Frequent travel is shockingly unhealthy, especially for business travelers. It's time to change the way we travel.

Constantly traveling comes with a pretty serious downside and we need to make a change.

Here’s the problem. People who travel a lot are more likely to be unhealthy.

It’s so bad, in fact, that one recent study by researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and City University of New York found something disturbing.

People who travel for business three weeks per month or more are almost twice as likely to be obese compared to workers who travel just one to six nights per month.

Scary stuff, right?

So we're fixing that with a travel fitness guide. That's right. A fitness book tailor-made for travelers. It's called "Fit For Travel: Your Guide to Losing Weight and Feeling Great While Traveling" and it's been carefully researched and written for you - the frequent traveler. 

Take a look at what some people are saying about it:

"MUST HAVE for any traveler who needs a guide to stay sexy on the road. Well done!"

"I'm always on the road for business and without my gym I'm not motivated at all to keep my routine. I'm only a day into this and I'm already pumped for my trip to China to put this simple framework to the test."

"Glad I made this purchase. I don't write reviews often but I'd recommend this be an essential if you love to travel."

"This book covers everything from what to do for a workout, how to eat right and where to stay for best hotel gyms."

"Loved the book and this is a great gift for a traveler. Trust me, I'm 50k miles flown year to date."

"#1 New Release in Business Travel References"

Here's a look at what the book covers.

Packing and Planning

This section of the book covers the most important part of travel fitness: how to prepare before you leave. Before you even head out, half the battle is in what you pack and what your plan is.

You'll learn here about how to plan your busy days on the road to find time for workouts, what to pack in your bag to keep you on track, and the importance of maintaining a fitness routine while on the road.

Hotel Gyms

The idea of what the hotel fitness center is and could be is rapidly evolving. Gone are the days where the gym was a neglected room tucked away in a hard-to-find corner of the hotel. More and more travelers are considering the quality of the gym when booking a hotel and the hospitality industry has noticed. 

Many hotels are offering top-of-the-line fitness experiences for their guests with large and beautifully designed gyms, a wide variety of equipment, packed out schedules full of classes, and personal trainers ready to assist.

To help guide you in your fitness-minded travels, we picked the fifty best hotel gyms in the world - in fifty different cities. That's right, one for each city.

Travel Workouts

How you workout while you travel is up to you. You may like to hit the hotel gym - but that's not always an option. You might prefer to go for a run or find a local gym. One thing I've discovered in my experience is that bodyweight training is a fitness-minded traveler's best friend. You can do it anywhere and it really does work. 

Having a backup plan for how you're going to workout while you travel is important for keeping you on track. It's easy to get discouraged when you find the hotel gym closed. Don't let anything deter you from keeping your most important asset - your health.

Being armed with a list of bodyweight workouts you can do in your hotel room or outside is the best thing you can do to keep your fitness routine alive and well on the road. In Fit For Travel, you'll find workouts that you can do with no equipment and will get you in the best shape of your life.

Beating Jet Lag

Jet lag sucks and every traveler knows it but there are some effective measures you can take to mitigate its effects and even conquer it completely. Fit For Travel covers some of the best advice you'll find for beating jet lag once and for all, including a few strategies tested and used by NASA astronauts. 

Apps and Gear

If you’re trying to get yourself in shape, especially while traveling, an app could be the perfect companion for the road. Instead of hiring a coach or personal trainer, you can download an app that will give you workouts, keep you accountable, and track your progress. 

Hotel gyms are great but they’re not always an option. Bodyweight workouts are insanely effective, but there are times when you need to add in some variety. You need the right travel fitness gear to bring with you when you travel. Don’t be at the mercy of a gym. Be your own traveling gym by packing the best travel-friendly fitness equipment.

In this section of Fit For Travel, you'll find lists of the best apps and fitness gear for travelers.


Fit For Travel covers the best weight loss strategy for travelers: intermittent fasting. Learn what it is and how to get started while you're away from home. There are also some wildly-effective tips for losing fat. 

Bottom Line

When it comes to exercise while traveling, you need a guide that's made specifically for this unique challenge. That's what Fit For Travel is. Don't let travel ruin your health. Let's change the way we travel.

Get your copy here.

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