Posted: Aug 01, 2012 9:00 AM
Whether you are traveling for your job or with your kids on summer vacation, you don't need to skip your workout. In fact, it's easier than ever to stay on track. With these fitness products for moms on the go, you can work out wherever your travels take you.





If you travel a lot for business or pleasure, it's oftentimes difficult to stick to your fitness routine. iTRAIN offers the luxury of having a personal trainer with you wherever you go.

This program allows users to download personalized workouts from celebrity fitness trainers onto any MP3 player. You simply download and then start working out.

If yoga is part of your life, iSTRETCH is the fitness program for you. iSTRETCH is a multi-level class that is perfect whether you are a novice or a pro. It helps to create strength and flexibility while improving your flow and breath. The iSTRETCH Yoga program is a popular choice for many women on the go. They also offer the iSTRETCH Combination, which features a combination of yoga, pilates and dance conditioning to sculpt and tone the entire body.

SHAPE Travelista


AquaBells Weights


When you travel, there's no guarantee that there will be a decent fitness center at your hotel -- but that's not an excuse to skip exercising. With the SHAPE Travelista app, you can use common travel items such as suitcases or the hotel bed to complete eight full-body routines.

You can keep up with your weight training while you travel without lugging heavy equipment in your luggage. Try AquaBells Travel Weights. You simply fill these dumbbells with water and start working out. AquaBells provide up to 16 pounds of resistance each. You can use these convenient travel weights in your hotel room, at the office or wherever you go.

Do your research

Before you head out on your trip, do some research to find ways to stay in shape once you arrive. For example, if you are a runner, check websites such as Run The Planet where you can find running routes at your vacation destination. If your hotel doesn't have its own fitness center, talk to the hotel management and see if they can acquire any free day passes to the nearest gym. By doing a little research, you can be prepared when you arrive.

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