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How do you work out and stay fit on the road?

 

by @christianbundy | 5yr  | 30 comments

I worked out a few times a week back home, but havenโ€™t been able to figure out how to make it a part of my routine now that Iโ€™m living out of my backpack in hostels. Iโ€™ve always gone to gyms, but Iโ€™d be open to trying bodyweight exercises. I thought that I might be able to do bodyweight exercises in parks/etc, but the past few days in London have been wet and miserable and I canโ€™t find the motivation to go do push ups in wet grass. Any advice?

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@jessicaliske | 3yr

Make a friend and go for runs in the morning before the city wakes up! I found that training for a race was the only way for me to really clock the kmโ€™s and distance though. If thereโ€™s a city you know youโ€™ll be visiting in a few months see if they have any races and sign up!

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@separo | 3yr

There are couple of Kickstarters which may be useful here. Or they could be worthless As Seen on TV types.

Check them out here:


and

Both should be able to fit into bigger checked-in bags.

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@etc | 3yr

For what itโ€™s worth, I own the BodyBoss, and it seems extremely heavy for what it is. I purchased it intending to travel with it, but not so sure itโ€™s the best option. Others who have traveled with it might be able to provide other feedback.

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@kalitherapy | 5yr

I carry with me the TRX Suspension Trainer (home edition), comes with a mesh bag to easily carry everything in. Itโ€™s great for strength training and has taken a lot of abuse over the year I have had it. I wish I could travel with my old portable pull-up bar but it would taken up too much space, even broken down. The only draw back with TRX is you need a strong anchor point. I have rented a room a few times in SE Asia where the doors are just too cheap and flimsy to act as a proper anchor to hold my body weight.

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I am traveling with my standing desk ecodesk - positiveoffice.net which has been great.
Disclaimer: I make and sell these now, but believe this may post is relevant to the thread (just delete if not :slightly_smiling: )
Cheers,
Matt

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@yivva | 5yr

I do the high interval training course called โ€˜insanityโ€™. Itโ€™s a bit full on, but the point is that you donโ€™t need any gym equipment so itโ€™s perfect if youโ€™re on the move quite a bit and donโ€™t have a regular routine.

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@antonioevans | 5yr

Their is a new app called Gymforless - https://itunes.apple.com/es/app/gymforless-gimnasios/id774774395?mt=8
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gymforless&hl=es

They support France, Germany, Italy, Mexico and Spain. Lots of gyms. You just pay one low price and can pretty use most gyms in the area. I think it is 69 Euro per month or you can buy one off day passes for like 10-20Euro

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Go to reddit bodyweightfitness. There is a recommended routine there. Following it pretty much keeps you in great shape (though of course diet is 70% of physique anyways). I follow it and supplement it with gym passes for proper squats/DLs when I can find them, though alot of gyms in asia only have smith machines. Since leaving a sedentry office lifestyle in August have lost 18kg and in lean strong shape, even with the limited access to quality protein i had from my few months in india. @nickdanforth I feel finding bounce plates at accomodation gyms is pretty close to impossible in asia at least, so was wondering what your lifting routine was?

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@nickdanforth | 5yr

Yeah bounce plates arenโ€™t too common. My condo gym in Chiang Mai has them, which is nice, but Iโ€™ve just learned to live without on the road.

My routine only utilizes free weights (easy to find in pretty much any gym) and consists of supersets working opposing muscle groups in quick succession.

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@nickdanforth | 5yr

Over the last few months, Iโ€™ve been making a point to only book accommodation with an on-site gym and Iโ€™ve incorporated a proper lifting routine back into my every day life.

The small bit of extra hassle when booking accommodation has been absolutely worth it for the overall level of fitness I feel that Iโ€™ve achieved.

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@vladepap | 5yr

Walked into a Golds gym in Surabaya and asked if they did day passes. Scored a free VIP pass!

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@kalitherapy | 5yr

I use Black Mountain resistance bands, the deluxe editionโ€ฆall you need is a door, they are tough and come with a nylon carry case, fits easily into my rucksack. I usually sign up for yoga classes at a local school as well, so I donโ€™t feel like a hermit when I am in writing mode. I recently discovered running on the beach is an enjoyable experience.

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@kfk | 5yr

I have been training for 10+ years and I am very skeptical of any training that is shorter than 40 min and itโ€™s not repeated at least 3 times per week. I am also not sure what can an app do for you? Full body exercises wonโ€™t do either because you canโ€™t really do all the fundamentals you need. The best thing is to find a gym. If you canโ€™t find a gym, you can check sandbag training. Running will be good, swimming will be better though. But you need some type of weight exercise.

Finally, check what you eat! I can keep fit training very little nowadays simply because I eat well and I keep a very simple diet.

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@lucinda | 5yr

Walk everywhere. Find a park and go jogging/running. Bonus if you find a park that has workout stations for bodyweight exercises.

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@anon82020850 | 5yr

I also use the programs created by Neila Rey on darebee.com (as mentioned by @yanokwa as well). She has very good programs, and most of it is body weight training, so no equipment needed.

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I usually run every other day and work out in the days between. Nothing too extreme. 30 will go a long way. Youtube has tons of great videos, I really like this page: https://www.youtube.com/user/passion4profession Alot of good workout ideas that donโ€™t require any equipment.

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@coffeejunk | 5yr

Iโ€™ve been doing bodyweight exercises following the โ€œrecommended routineโ€ from reddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/bodyweightfitness/wiki/kb/recommended_routine) three times a week at home and then go for a run on the off daysโ€ฆ
You need exactly zero equipment, itโ€™s free and you can do it anywhere. :slight_smile:

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@fulltimenomad | 5yr

When we โ€œsettleโ€ in a place (usually 2-3 months), I always sign up to a gym. I also travel with resistance bands which are super useful for at-home workouts. I also do a lot of bodyweight & functional training and do yoga everyday with help from YouTube :smile:

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@jessehanley | 5yr

Usually, I find the nearest gym to my AirBNB or apartment and just negotiate a short-term contract. I aim for 2 - 3 sessions a week combined with lots of walking. Iโ€™ll also try to find some form of fitness thatโ€™s relevant to the area Iโ€™m staying in (i.e Surfing, martial arts, etc).

For eating I just use Foursquare to find good places to eat (Vegan/healthy).

So far this combo has been working great and Iโ€™ve managed to keep my weight + strength stable for 7 months :slight_smile:

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@srajan821 | 5yr

+1 to fitness apps like freeletics.com, and YOGA. There are plenty of calisthenics exercises to engage all the muscle groups.

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@poppyjikko | 5yr

Aikido dojo in BKK, Systema classes in Prague, Self organized systema classes in Hanoi, Surf in Bali and hopefully self organized Systema.

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@ld | 5yr

Maybe try some apps that focus on short but intense exercises like HIIT? Lots out there. Thereโ€™s also other apps for more basic guided workouts - I use Quick 4, Seven and Popsugar Active (for workout videos). Iโ€™ve done these in small rooms and it doesnโ€™t require any equipment, just your phone :slight_smile: and I get a serious workout!

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@yanokwa | 5yr

I like to have a program with pre-planned daily exercises, doesnโ€™t require any equipment, and can be done indoors. I find anything that deviates from this is hard for me to stick to.

http://darebee.com/programs/30-days-of-gravity.html is what Iโ€™ve been doing this month and itโ€™s been great.

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@richlitt | 5yr

Find a gym. In some places, it is easy to find nice housing that has a gym en suite.

Otherwise, I always bring running shoes. Hit the roads in the morning before the traffic starts - itโ€™s a great way to wake up and to see a new city.

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@marisamorby | 5yr

I second the suggestions to find a gym, but I would also add that it would probably be helpful to invest in a workout program from a trainer if you donโ€™t already have one. I found that itโ€™s easier to go to the gym while traveling when I have my workout schedule from my trainer back home, so Iโ€™m going in with a plan. Itโ€™s much easier for me to stay motivated when Iโ€™ve got a set workout. There are also several yoga studios throughout London and that would be a nice alternative to the gym some days, too.

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@miles | 5yr

Yoga is quite ubiquitousโ€ฆ And drop in classes (and new student specials) are โ€˜the normโ€™ vs. monthly/yearly contracts.

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

I find a gym. but body weight stuff is ok. i also rarely stay in hostels so space isnโ€™t an issue.

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@schoolofjuan | 5yr

I travel with resistance bands in case I have difficulty finding a good gym, but the best advice is to adapt to your surroundings and try and get outdoors. I did a shoulder press/row/squat circuit in Splitโ€™s Marjan Park with 15kg logs and found a playground with a good dip setup. In Korcula I kayakโ€™d 4 hours for 100kuna (like 13 euros). Another important thing to remember is that most gyms have discounts for morning/afternoon times, so if you set your day up the right way, you can work out cheap with less people hogging the machines.

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@azurio | 5yr

Hereโ€™s an unusual answer: negotiate gym access. Iโ€™ve discovered that resorts and hotels are often willing to provide you with a sample membership if you offer something of value that promotes them. Find a place that you feel great about, offer to help get the word out, and see what arrangement you might arrive at. :slight_smile:

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@nickdanforth | 5yr

Pushups, pullups, crunches, dips, lunges, squats. All great exercises that are easy to do in a variety of environments. You can also change them up with different grips, extra weight, extra movements etc.

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by @viktor | 2d 1 day ago | 2 comments

Winter is coming and Iโ€™m feeling the ache of travelling after being stuck in the same place since the Pandemic started. Wondering if anyone is travelling right now? If so, where are you currently located and how is the situation where you are?

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Where do I get good legal advice/support to have a long-term stay in Portugal?


in Lisbon, Portugal by @mzorrilla | 19d 18 days ago | 4 comments

Hello, everyone!

My idea is to stay as low as 6 months and as long as a year (maybe, who knows) over Lisbon after doing some analysis from many cities in Europe.

I'm an Argentinian and Chilean (both nationalities) so... no Euro-pass for me (getting my Italian nationality could take 2 years easily). I'm also a remote worker and I have a really good income (I work for a Silicon Valley company) so I can show more than enough resources to stay in the country.

Everything I see online doesn't inspire me much confidence (most sites looks a bit scammy) and this is not a "vacation stay"... I want to be clear my head far away from Argentina right now. If someone has a good website, recommendations, etc I will super appreciate.

Thanks in advance!

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How do I get Travel/Medical Insurance for Portugal for visa application from Australia?


in Portugal by @jonathanpoh | 1mo 1 month ago | 5 comments

I'm preparing my Portuguese D7 long-term visa application and one of the required documents is proof of travel insurance with medical coverage. However, as an Australian citizen, if put that as my country of residence in many travel insurance companies' quick quote forms, I'm unable to get ANY insurance coverage at all because of the current travel ban out of Australia, and the Australian govt's 'Do Not Travel' advice to ALL countries. I know that Aussies are applying for, and successfully getting visas from the Portuguese Consulate here, so where and how are they fulfilling this insurance requirement if insurers aren't selling any coverage? Does anybody know or have any ideas?

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Video chat coworking solutions?


in Brazil by @essentiallyint | 1mo 1 month ago | 2 comments

I am new to working out of coworking spaces. My business entails a lot of video conferences. I haven't chosen a specific coworking space yet but generally, what are the potential solutions for this? I have a microphone and headphones but still fell like it may be inconsiderate to take the calls anywhere in the coworking space. For a solo person, what are some general solutions? Are there usually options to rent a private room by the hour with just enough room to set up my microphone and laptop? Sidenote: any coworking space recommendations in Florianapolis, Brazil would also be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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Is there a map of countries open for travel now?


in Russia by @vernon99 | 1mo 1 month ago | 7 comments

I have two passports from different countries and am trying to understand where can I travel now. Is there a publicly available map of countries open for visitors by passport country that I can use to see what are my options? I was pretty sure such a thing should exist, but cannot easily find any.

Maybe at least there're maps for specific passports? Mine are Russian and American.

If there's no such thing, I'd be down to build one, let me know if interested to collaborate :)

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Any nomads in Arizona, US?


in Netherlands by @info132 | 1mo 1 month ago | 0 comments

Hi guys,

After the Netherlands, the Bay Area, Colorado and being on the van life for 8 months, I am now in Sedona, AZ with a few other digital nomads. We are sharing a home here and are wondering if there are more like minded people in the area.

We do a bunch of hikes and campouts in the northern of Arizona. If you would like to connect with us, please do so :)

Val

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How do you network on the road?


by @justinbosco | 3yr 3 years ago | 7 comments

Hey everyone, my girlfriend and I have been nomading for about 8 months now and weโ€™ve had a total blast doing it, but something weโ€™ve both struggled with is how to stay in touch with personal/professional networks while abroad, especially since we donโ€™t speak the language in most places we live. When youโ€™re at home or in a single English-speaking city, you can attend one of those awful professionals groups and make 10 business connections in 10 minutes, but when youโ€™re moving around monthly, itโ€™s just harder to keep up personal and professional relationships, let alone build new ones. So, as friends who understand this wonderful but often lonely lifestyle, how do you keep your networks up while on the road?

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The paradox of choice, how do you make decisions on the road?

 

by @sonja | 4yr 4 years ago | 23 comments

Hey all,

I recently spent 2.5 years as a DN (mostly Europe and SE Asia) but then went through a huge breakup (6 yr relationship) and decided to spend some time back home (Melbourne, AUS). Iโ€™m giving myself a year back here, just to โ€˜come downโ€™ from it all, reconnect with important people in my life, and lick my wounds a bit.

Can I just say, surprise surprise - itโ€™s HAAAARD! Being home is such a slap in the face, even though Iโ€™m earning more money than ever, my business is going great, and doing some other wonderful things/spending time with wonderful people. The breakup, coupled with a complete shift in my reality and routine has been almost too much to bare - I wouldnโ€™t recommend it! NOBODY at home understands the internal existential conflict Iโ€™m experiencing. Itโ€™s been 8 months and not getting any easier.

Hereโ€™s the thing: I know that I want to continue the DN lifestyle, and am very well-equipped to do so, but I canโ€™t stop thinking about why, how and when. Is it the right thing for me anymore? Should I set up a base here again properly, buy an apartment & all that jazz, and just do shorter trips?

This has probably been discussed multiple times, so apologies if Iโ€™m repeating. Here are my main concerns around going back to full time travel:

Being a DN with a long-term partner who was also working a bit seemed like the ultimate lifestyle for me. It was damn amazing. Now that Iโ€™m no longer in a relationship, and am a female nearing 30, I canโ€™t help but feel pressured by society to stay here and remain open to the possibility of eventually meeting someone again. If I want to have a family at any point, I kinda canโ€™t be running all over the world creating fleeting relationship after fleeting relationship and having to deal with the loneliness that inevitably hits when you make beautiful connections and then have to say goodbye over and over. I feel Iโ€™ve been โ€˜brokenโ€™ and donโ€™t have the emotional capacity to handle this anymore. At least last time, I had one solid thing that was always there - my partner.

On top of this, donโ€™t you think the DN thing is just way more purposeful and wonderful when you have someone to share it with? I feel like doing it alone will just remind me over and again of my loss. Perhaps though, as I create new memories, that will ease in time.

Also, because Iโ€™m so flustered and restless at the moment, I canโ€™t decide where I want to go next. Iโ€™m overwhelmed by all the places in the world I want to visit, and places I want to go back to. How do you cope with this overwhelm and making some decisions when youโ€™re alone? Was easy for me when I had someone to plan it out with.

And finally, am I being ridiculous? I know everyone says you should just do what you WANT to do in life, focus on yourself, do what makes you happy, and perhaps love will happen again at some point when youโ€™re ready. But you also donโ€™t get the things you want without a little bit of planning. Perhaps I should just stop thinking about my โ€˜body clockโ€™ and be ok with whatever happens. Easier said than done!

Your kind encouragement would be most appreciated.

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How to sign legal documents on the road?


by @gawin | 5yr 4 years ago | 11 comments

It can be hard to get access to a good printer and scanner while moving, especially if you have to sign a lot of documents. Now, I could scan my signature and just copy paste a digital image it on the documents, but that doesnโ€™t feel secure and really easy to copy by others.

How do you sign legal documents while on the road?

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Anyone have advice for running a service based business from the road?


by @nick_hurford | 6yr 5 years ago | 0 comments

Hi everyone,

Iโ€™ve been running a web design business for the last 3 years from my hometown in the UK. Iโ€™ll be leaving for Chiang Mai in June and will be travelling across South-East Asia for 6 months.

Wondering if anyone has experience running a service based business on the road? One of my concerns is almost all my clients want to have face-to-face meetings, especially initial meetings to see if we can work together.

Obviously Skype is an option but when Iโ€™ve suggested this in the past people would much rather meet face-to-face.

Another potential stumbling block is being available to answer phone calls, although there seem to be good value telephone answering services available.

My long term goal is to move away from this and focus on building products as it allows for greater flexibility and growth. However, I need to continue the web design business for the foreseeable future as I have no other income streams as of yet.

Does anyone have any advice for running a service based business on the road? . Any advice is much appreciated :slight_smile:

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What do you use to work out on the road?


by @jbroomeresearch | 6yr 5 years ago | 7 comments

Just made a list of a few of my favorite things when working out on the roadโ€ฆwould love to hear what other people are using! What do you use to work out on the road?

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How do you make friends on the road?


by @fraserdeans | 6yr 5 years ago | 5 comments

Nomading can be a lonely lifestyle. Which is probably one of the biggest worries for people thinking about solo travel. However, nomading can also be a great opportunity for making new friends from different walks of life.

Where do you make new friends on the road? What kinds of places do you meet them? Any tips for finding like-minded folk?

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