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This is a strategy I like for bodyweight exercise workout routines. You don’t need a designated block of dedicated workout time. You can approach these as ‘workout snacks’. You have a total goal – and that total can be weekly, over a single day or if you’re traveling - for the length of your trip. Do them between meetings. Do them as a break while you’re watching TV or doing work. Do them when you’re back in your hotel room and have some time.
Here’s an example with 4 exercises – Body weight squat 400 reps, Push-ups 200 reps, Bench Dips (or reverse dips) 200 reps and renegade rows 100 reps. If you want to think about these in terms of sets and reps you could break these out into 20 sets. So 20x20 for squats, 20x10 for push-ups, dips and rows. But you don’t have to stick to that. The key is just to hit the final number for the week. And if you want, you can certainly do them in formal workout. (If you struggle with any of these exercises or they don’t feel good for you, they can be modified or swapped. Please just ask!)
BONUS TIP: Maintain, not gain. While you’re traveling, you don’t have your normal access to equipment, nutrition, time, schedule or your fitness coach/trainer. Don’t worry about trying to make gains. It’s probably not realistic. A better goal, to set you up to be more successful, is to try to maintain your current level of fitness. (Of course, if your travels are more extended that might change and we can help. Again, please just ask!)