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6 Tips To Stay Fit While Travelling On The Road In An RV

Fitness for traveling camping RVRV travel is an experience of a lifetime. You’ll get to experience new things, see out of this world sights, deepen your bond with your loved ones and many more. But, have you ever wondered how you could stay fit and healthy while travelling in an RV? Then you’ve come to the right place. 

We’ve got the answers you need and it’s done in easy-to-follow steps. So, forget your doubts and get ready to load up on a ton of unforgettable memories because we’ll share with you our proven tips to stay healthy while having fun.  

Things You Can Do To Stay In Great Shape While You Travel

A bunch of exciting adventure awaits when travelling in an RV but how does one stay fit and healthy while on the road and in such a small space? Well, here are some simple tips that you can follow.

1. Set Goals

Laying out a plan and creating daily goals helps push you to achieve what needs to be accomplished for that day. 

Don’t be afraid to start small. The goals you set should be reasonable and attainable. 

Make an effort to find ways to keep yourself motivated. Set weekly challenges that are fun, determine the purpose why you’re doing this, list down the rewards you’ll reap, and asking someone to do it with you can be a great motivator as well.

2. Eat Healthily

While travelling, you’d probably indulge yourself with great food that you see along the way and forget about your diet.

eat healthy to stay fit while traveling camping rvThe best way to avoid that is by conditioning your mind into making smart choices. You need to plan and cook your meals and load up on fruits and vegetables. There are a ton of easy-to-prepare meal recipes online that are healthy and delicious. Be attentive as well. Sometimes, people snack when they’re bored even when they’re not hungry. And whenever you stopover someplace, avoid eating out as much as possible and avoid bringing unhealthy snacks into your RV. 

3. Get Moving

working out in small spaces to stay fit while traveling camping or rvSitting or driving for an extended period of time every single day will affect your health and well-being in a bad way. Take a break every couple of hours so you can go out to stretch your legs and get your blood flowing correctly again. Exercising is of course highly recommended as well. But how you ask? Working out in small spaces is totally possible when you have the determination, creativity, the right tools and methods.

4. Utilize the Space

Before you start your trip, try to pack a piece of small exercise equipment such as yoga mats, resistance bands, push up bars or dumbbells and place them where you can see them so that you’ll be reminded that you need to work out. The space is not an excuse because you can lift weights, stretch, do sit-ups in your RV.

And depending on the circumstance, you can also join an online class if you think that would be something you’d enjoy. You could choose yoga, pilates, zumba and etc. 

5. Enjoy getting outdoors

enjoy the outdoors and stay fit RV and camping travelMake sure to go out and do some fun outdoor activity as much as you can such as rock climbing, hiking, running, or even for just a short bike ride or a walk around the parking lot will be extremely beneficial for your health. You also need to choose your campsite wisely so that you’ll be encouraged to get out of your RV. A site where you can enjoy playing a variety of sports activities with your family and friends would be ideal.

4. Stay Hydrated

hydrate be sure to drink enough water when travelingWe all know that drinking enough water a day is a sure way to staying healthy. Water helps flush out toxins and help maintain the function of every system in our body. Try to keep track of your water intake to make sure you are drinking enough fluids in a day. You can also throw in some lemon, cucumber or other fruit and vegetable slices into your glass if plain old water bores you.

6. Get Enough Sleep

best rv mattress for health and fitnessTravelling for long hours is tiring. And exhaustion can take a toll on your body. Help your body function well during your workouts and throughout your trip by getting a decent amount of sleep every night. 

If you find it difficult to get even a wink of sleep every night, you could try drinking some soothing herbal teas like chamomile to help you fall asleep. You can also use relaxing scents and calming music or sounds to get better sleep. 

Assessing the mattress in your RV may also help. Getting the right RV mattress will not only give you the maximum comfort that you deserve, but it’ll also help you sleep soundly every night.

Stay In Tip Top Shape While You Have Fun

If the idea of travelling down a road full of endless possibilities excites you and being fit and healthy gives you joy, go ahead and check RV travel off your bucket list because both things can be achieved. Just follow our tips above and you’d do just fine.

For more tips on achieving your fitness goals, we recommend: Fitness for Real BeginnersResolutions Got You Down?Get Fit in the Gym, Lose Weight in the Kitchen5 Tips to Stop Treadmill Static, How to Set Your New Year Fitness GoalsIt's Not About Getting Skinny.

If you’re ready to take the next steps in your fitness journey, contact the experts at G&G Fitness Equipment today, use the chat feature on the bottom right of this window to connect live with a G&G expert, or stop into a G&G Fitness Equipment showroom and let us show you why we are the best specialty fitness equipment retailer in the northeast. 


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