|03-08-2006, 11:40 AM||#2|
Checkout the store under CF journal back issues. I think there was a recent one on training without gym access.
Also look under the the FAQ list of the girls. Might be a couple you cna do in the hotel room.
|03-08-2006, 12:14 PM||#4|
I have put together circuts with whatever I have been able to find, and it's usually not difficult at all. Here's a suggestion for exercises you can do on the road:
-Skip (rope is really compact)
-squats (air squats or overhead squats with the skipping rope held above your head)
-pull ups on a tree branch
-dips on a chair or even on the edge of a bed footboard
-box jumps (up onto a bench, high curb, etc.)
You can really get a kick *** workout without any equipment. For example, try:
push ups, squats, sit ups, skip and walking lunges peforming each exercise on the minute for a full minute. No rest in between. Perform 4 rounds. Score is equal to the sum of the total lowest rep set for each exercise.
Mix up exercises to create workouts like this and you'll have a number of great workouts to do on the road.
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