Women's Health

No Gym, No Problem. (No, Really.)

Maybe you’re heading off to a remote beach. Or perhaps you’re stuck in a cramped hotel room. No matter where you are, working out on the go can be doable, effective—dare we say…fun?

“When I’m traveling, I usually don’t want to go to the gym for an hour every day,” says personal trainer Nick Tumminello, who spends two weeks per month on the road and in airports. “And I hear the same thing from my clients.” To stay fit away from home, Tumminello prescribes quick body-weight workouts for his gold-status frequent fliers, allowing them to get a lot done in a short amount of time. This strategy helps them maintain consistency, sure, but

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