Whether you’ve booked a trip to one of the best places to travel solo, you’re taking a much-needed vacay with your boo or planning a week-long girls road trip, the furthest thing from your mind on your days off is probably working out. But it doesn’t have to be that way. YouTube has quick, easy workouts that you can do on the beach or in your hotel room, so you can keep up with your health goals. Go ahead and pack your bags (and your charger, too!), and bookmark one (or all!) seven of these workouts.
20-Min Vacation Workout | Full Body Burn: This down-and-dirty HIIT workout is five exercises inspired by the beautiful Dominican atmosphere. Go ahead and skip to the 50-second mark to get right to it. (via LoveSweatFitness)
Simple + Sweaty Beach Vacation Workout! Total Body, No Equipment: This 20-minute workout starts with five minutes of cardio, and follows it up with 10 moves to tone your whole body. Plus the views aren’t so bad — Sarah is putting us to work outside at the Esperanza Resort in Cabo, Mexico. (via Sarah Fit)
Tone It Up Travel Workout: Looking for some quick moves you can sneak in without committing to a full workout? Look no further. Santorini, Greece serves as the backdrop to this two-minute, no-sound instructable from the girls at Tone It Up. (via Tone it Up)
Quick + Quiet Hotel Room Workout: Just like the name suggests, this 12-minute workout is quick, quiet and doesn’t require a lot of space. Your instructor gets it done in a tiny European hotel room. (via FemFusion Fitness LLC)
Hotel Room Workout: Brought to us by our friends at Equinox, this video doesn’t include any verbal cues for any of the moves, but gives you a good idea of how to utilize the furniture and space in your hotel room to get the most bang for your buck. Click through to the accompanying article for a full workout suggestion. (via Equinox)
Fat Blast Vacation Workout – Tracey Mallett: Tracey will have you working hard and feeling good with her all-over-toning vacation workout. Her killer abs and awesome British accent do the workout outside, but everything can be done in the space of your hotel room. (via Tracey Mallett)
Quick Results Workout: Hotel Room Yoga: Vacations should be a time to clear your mind and reset your body, so why not add in a little yoga to your vacay routine? This simple routine can be repeated three times or just done once. Bonus: No mat needed. (via Steph Hendel)
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