When you travel for a living, staying fit is always a challenge. When you are trying to find a hotel, there are websites that will give a breakdown of the critical information as well as the small amenities. With any luck, you can find a hotel with a gym or a pool. When searching for a hotel a great idea is to check and see what they have for exercise equipment.

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There are plenty of items in the room that can aid in your work out. First, you can get in your stretches and some basic exercises without the use of any equipment. Basic exercises such as jumping jacks, squats, twist, and if you are physically capable you can do your push-ups, lunges, and sit-ups as well. You can use anything heavy, such as the telephone book, for arm curls. The bed can be used like stairs. Step up with one foot and then the other and then step down the same way or for more of a challenge jump up and down. The desk can be used for modified push-ups and lunges. A chair can also be used for push-ups, hands on the chair and feet on the floor, and reverse push-ups, feet on the chair and hands on the floor. The chair can also be used for knee raises. A good ab workout can be done with towels. You get down on the floor on your hands and knees. Put towels under your knees and hands. Then slide your hands back and forth. Try to do each exercise for at least 60 seconds. Hopefully, these few exercises will help you stay fit while you are traveling.