Even the most dedicated runner sometimes doesn’t like to lace up on travel. The tentation of joining him is not insignificant, for example, my non-runner takes my workout time for his nap. Think your goals, promise a reward, hell over your immortality–anything you get out of the door! This is where priority.
- Find a fitness center
Some destinations are great for outdoor activities (such as the Netherlands) and some are fantastic. Call me insane, but running extremely hot on winding streets in a culture that usually doesn’t appeal to me to women wear shorts outside. In the hotel or in the community I became a haven for air-conditioned gyms.
- Run as local people do
There is no better way to see the city than on the run if you travel in a running-friendly destination. You can not only cover more terrain than walking, you can also explore tourist destinations beforehand and see the city in a singular manner. Just research routes in advance to find local secrets and prevent dangerous areas.
- Eat intelligent
It may be uncool to report on traveller diarrhea in this article, but it may pose the greatest threat to your running education (and overall happiness). You will not regret it, you are careful with the dangers of tap water, uncooked fruit and vegetables and milk products.
- Use a pool in a pinch
No gym, no problem–for a few water running jump in the pool. Opposite: This is boring and not exactly the same as running normally. Pros: When you stay cool in your pool you can do a big full body workout, but there really isn’t much space you need. Furthermore, it is a great start to conversation when people ask you inevitably what you do on earth.