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How to Get Your Exercise in a Hotel Room (2 Free Videos)

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I know if I can film a workout in a tiny hotel room, you can get your exercise in a hotel room. If you follow me in these two videos, we’ll get your travel aches out and get your exercise game rolling.

You don’t need any equipment, just a bit of space. Shove the furniture around a little if you need to (I like to call it strength work) — and then just hit play.

How to Get Your Exercise in a Hotel Room (2 Free Videos)

How to Get Your Exercise in a Hotel Room

1. Beginner’s Travel Stretch

Ever stand up from your plane seat after a long trip and feel like everything hurts? This five-minute stretching routine is a gentle way to move tension out of the body before you attempt to exercise.

Recommended for beginners, commuters, and world travelers alike. All you need is you.

Download 10 Free Bodyweight Workouts

2. Strength and Mobility Circuit (No Equipment Required)

Loop together these five unique exercises to build up to a sweat in your hotel room. Repeat each exercise for 3 sets, 10 times per exercise. Aim to move continuously and you will be done and feeling more mobile in 10 minutes after completing a combination of dynamic push-ups, boot-strappers, revolved lunges, single frog-leg deadlifts, and windmills.

This routine is for any level of fitness. Add sets and reduce rest to increase the intensity.

Do you have a favorite hotel room workout? Share the love (and help your fellow travelers) by letting us know in the comments below.

Liz Marmesh
Liz is a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and 200HR Yoga Instructor. Liz has been in the fitness industry since 2003, working in fitness education, fitness management, personal training, and group fitness in Boston, South Beach, Los Angeles, and the DC area. Liz graduated from the University of Miami with a Masters in Exercise Physiology.

A believer in constant movement, Liz has partnered with clients of all types to achieve various end goals. You can catch her teaching yoga at Ballston CrossFit in Arlington, Virginia.