Traveling is such a fun thing; however, it also might take you away from your daily health and fitness routine. Whether you are on the road for work or visiting family for the holidays, scheduling in some exercise breaks is critical to your overall health and well being. If you have big performance goals for 2021, your end of year travel can either catapult you forward towards those goals or make you take a colossal step backward.
When traveling a few things occur.
When you hear the word "core" you probably think of a picture of washboard abs. While this is one picture you can think of, your core is so much more and requires a robust training approach to prepare you for all of the demands of life and sport. While your brain is the overarching central command, your core is the central command of movement quality.
Your core must be able to handle load, rotate, stabilize against rotation, and provide your limbs with a strong base to work. Let's take a look at how you can progress your core training to prepare you for the demands of life and sport.
While the pandemic is a good enough reason for your fitness training coming to a halt, it often takes significantly lesser reasons for health and fitness to be placed on the backburner. When this halt happens, it can carry on for days, weeks, or years.
When you finally get the urge to start a regimented training plan, the first step is often the hardest.
Let's look at some tips to help you navigate a return to your fitness training or properly starting your fitness journey.
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