Hol­i­day health hacks!

Ololympici snow­board­erbd and Price­line am­bas­sador STEPH PREM shares her tips

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Travel -

FIGHT SICK­NESS WITH FOOD Trav­el­ling T lli of­ten ft makes k us sus­cep­ti­ble tibl to tb bugs, “so I al­ways en­sure I eat lots of sea­sonal fresh pro­duce that is full of vi­ta­mins and min­er­als. Es­sen­tial sta­ples I al­ways have on hand in­clude or­ganic bone broth, green smooth­ies, turmeric and ginger. Hy­dra­tion is also key for op­ti­mal health and well­be­ing, so keep up your 1.5-2L ev­ery day and in­crease this when fly­ing.” GET MOV­ING ON THE GROUND… “Pil “Pi­lates t and d yoga are fan­tas­tic f t ti to t do d in i ho­tel htl rooms and trav­el­ling, be­cause you only need a small space with lit­tle to no equip­ment. Af­ter a gen­tle warm-up stretch ses­sion, my five go-to ex­er­cises are bridges, squats, , wall or floor push push-ups, ups, Pi­lates 100 and bi­cy­cle crunches.” ...AND IN THE AIR, TOO! “De­hy­dra­tion from the dry air of the plane cabin can cause the blood to thicken. Com­bine this with im­mo­bil­ity and you have a recipe for blood clot­ting! My three top ex­er­cises are seated shoul­der and an­kle rolls, stand­ing calf raises, and walks up and down the aisle ev­ery 1-2 hours to im­prove cir­cu­la­tion.”

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