Stay fit while trav­el­ling

Women's Fitness (UK) - - Your Edit - @sabri­na_ cha­kici

Fit­ness goals slid­ing at the sight of a plane? TV pre­sen­ter and travel ex­pert Sab­rina Cha­kici knows how the in­con­sis­tency of travel can im­pact your train­ing. Here are her top tips for stay­ing on track.

Ex­plore

When trav­el­ling I like to ac­tively ex­plore my sur­round­ings as much as pos­si­ble. Rid­ing a bike around town, climb­ing an iconic hill or moun­tain or go­ing for a swim are all ac­tive ex­er­cises that don’t take any ex­tra time out of your day and al­low you to en­joy the lo­ca­tion even more.

FIT in a HIIT

If I am away for more than a few days, I will squeeze in some high­in­ten­sity work­outs that are suit­able to do in my ho­tel room. I have rou­tines that I swear by, but there are a num­ber of great videos on­line if you need more guid­ance. I aim for three 30-minute HIIT rou­tines a week.

Por­tion-size mon­i­tor­ing

I love ex­plor­ing the world and im­mers­ing my­self in new cul­tures. That of­ten means eat­ing dif­fer­ent foods, so por­tion con­trol plays a big part in my health and fit­ness rou­tine. I like to try a small amount of ev­ery­thing and then fill up on veg­gies.

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