Ways to keep fit during travel

Ways to keep fit during travel

For health-conscious travellers, it has never been easier to squeeze in a workout, either with a quick weight-lifting session at an airport gym, running with a hotel running concierge, or doing virtual workouts in your hotel room.

Here are a few apps and ideas for keeping fit on the road.


While many airports sport luxury gyms, other more lavish amenities that travellers can use include the Balinese- themed rooftop swimming pool in Singapore's Changi Airport and the nine-hole SkyCity Nine Eagles Golf Course in Hong Kong International Airport.

At San Francisco International Airport, travellers can strike a pose in its free yoga room, with pop-up classes, a mirrored wall and free mats to use.

To find out about in-airport gym and fitness facilities, check out www.airportgyms.com.

The database features only United States and Canadian airports, but data from international airports is coming soon, according to the website.


For yoga fans looking to unroll their mats in a new place, a website directory called YogaTrail can help you find a local studio or class, no matter where you are.

The international directory includes studios and teachers around the globe, as well as retreats and events.

Or try yoga-apparel company Lululemon's free app, Om Finder, that lets users find classes by location.

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