A few weeks ago I posted a Hotel Fitness Workout and it people enjoyed it so I thought I would provide some more examples.
If you travel a lot for work - try this quick, but tough, 20-30 minute hotel cardio workout. This workout needs minimal equipment but works up a big sweat and burns lots of calories.
Workout Part 1:
Workout Part 2:
This is a very short workout but if done correctly you will be puffing and you will burn a lot of calories.
If you want it to be longer, perform 5-6 row sprints and cycle for 15-20 minutes.
Give this a go and let me know how you get on.
"I really struggle with lunch"
"I forget to eat as I have meetings and I am too busy"
"Dinner is tough for me as I get home late every night"
These are legitimate excuses that I hear every day from clients, friends and busy people.
I am not judging on this at all because I know how busy you all are.
This often happens though as part of a bigger picture. People get so busy that they do not eat and they wonder why they are not gaining muscle and losing fat.
If you are struggling to remember to eat or prepare food to eat then please take advantage of the numerous food delivery places in Sydney and surrounding areas.
Before you think it is expensive, I suggest that you look at your own expenses first because I am willing to bet that you spend more than you think for food every day.
ALSO - if you are struggling with a certain meal, say lunch or dinner because you have meetings or late evenings for work, just order one meal to cover the meal that you find most difficult to eat.
So, for example:
Order a week of lunches and get them delivered to your work and put them in the work fridge (one per day).
Now you have a ready made healthy meal and have no excuse not to eat.
The same applies for dinner.
You do not have to order an entire week of all meals.
Pick the one you struggle with most and start with that.
You will save money, time and energy and you will probably lose weight, be more productive and have time to say "THANK YOU JOHN FOR THIS AMAZING TRANSFORMATIVE TIP."
Good day to you all.
Last weekend I went to Bowral and had a relaxing weekend away.
Because of my body clock I was awake at 5am on Saturday so I went down to the Hotel "GYM" and devised a quick 30 minute workout.
It was not a gym as advertised as it only contained:
One rower: One cross trainer from the 80's: 3 sets of light dumbbells and some weird squat contraption which I didn't fancy using in case I got impaled under it.
So, one made do with what one had.
Here was my workout:
Warm up with 250m Row:
10 reps of lunges, squats, push ups, biceps curls and bent over flyes.
A1. Walking Dumbbell Lunges x 12 each leg
A2. 20 Push Ups
A3. Dumbbell Squats x 20
A4. Dumbbell Biceps Curls x 20
A5. Dumbbell Bent Over Flyes x 15-20
A6. 250m Sprint on Rower
Rest 2 Mins
Repeat 4 more times.
This left me sweaty and I had sore glutes and legs the next day.
There are so many workout ideas out there but I always try to balance upper and lower body and either front and back.
Give it a go and let me know how you get on.
Comment below and I will suggest alternatives if you are beginner or advanced.