DANCE LIKE NO ONE'S WATCHING
"Whether you’re in the airport, hotel room, or just out of your gym element because you’re seeing the world with Traveling Culturati, Traveling doesn’t have to derail your fitness goals!"
Fit Pro, Naledi Sesinyi
WALK THE WALK
•BUILD TIME IN YOUR TRAVEL SCHEDULE TO BRISQUELY WALK FOR 30 MINUTES
•YOU WANT TO WALK AT A PACE THAT MAKES IT DIFFICULT TO SING OUT LOUD
•YOU WANT TO WALK THE WALK AND TALK TO A WALKING BUDDY
•WEAR CROSSTRAINERS OR RUNNING SHOES
•KEEPS YOUR TRAVEL HEART HEALTHY
•ACTIVATES YOUR MUSCLES WITH LOW IMPACT
•PREVENTS NEGATIVE SIDE EFFECTS OF TRAVEL LIKE JET LAG, STIFF LEGS OR BACKACHE
•ENERGIZES YOU FOR TRAVEL ACTIVITIES WHEN YOU LAND
•YOU GET TO EXPLORE YOUR NEW TRAVELING CULTURATI DESTINATION!
We spend a lot of time at the airport waiting for our flight, let's make use of our time and stay fit and healthy.
SQUAT SITS & STAND-UP'S
Start with your feet hip-width apart and sit down. Drive your weight to the back of your heel and not the front of your foot. Engage your core and with a controlled motion sit down. Reverse for your Stand-Up's. Drive your weight to the back of your heel, engage your core, without leaning forward stand up in an erect position as you thrust your hips forward. Do 10 to 15 reps for each hour you're waiting.
Pick a starting and ending point and walk as fast as you can or do a light jog. Do 3 laps for every hour you're waiting for your flight.
Body weight resistance is key to keeping your body moving as often as you can before sitting for a long time. The laps will keep your heart healthy, improve your mood and keep you energized. Your body will thank you for it.
Long Flight Recovery
We're activating and mobilizing after a long trip to your destination with Wall Sits and Planks.
Stand with your back against the wall and then slide down into a sitting position at a 90 degrees maximum angle. You'll keep this pose for 20 seconds or as long as you can and repeat 1 to five times.
Lie on the floor on your stomach with your arms near your chest, then raise your body supporting your weight on your forearms and on your toes, keeping your back straight. You'll hold this position for 20 seconds or as long as you can and repeat 3 times.
Body weight resistance is key to keeping your body moving as often as you can before sitting for a long time. These exercises will help your body recover from being sedentary and mobilize the core which is important for strength and stability.
Fitness Pro, Naledi Sesinyi
PUSH THE WALL