So, you ate way too much stuffing and mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving and now you’re looking up Christmas cookie recipes. You want to exercise, but it’s too cold and rainy to go outside to hike. How about exercise in your RV.
No Space in Your RV? No Problem!
Luckily for you, many Quality RV Resorts and Parks offer fully-equipped Rec Centers with weights and exercise equipment. Or you could play around with your four-legged friend in the dog park.
You can certainly invest in a gym membership. Many gyms have nationwide chains and you can use your card all over the country.
But what about exercise in your RV? Even if your home on wheels doesn’t have its own running track, you can still utilize the space you do have to maintain your physique or even improve it.
Exercise in Your RV to Really Feel the Burn
Resistance Bands – Little teeny resistance bands are easy to store and you can work out in only a few feet of floor space. Try classic moves like clam shells, front squats and lateral band walks. Your thighs will let you know that it’s working.
Stability Ball – This great big blue ball can be deflated when not in use and blown back up again when you are ready to use it. Great for abs and glutes.
Jump rope – Yep…just like you used to do in grade school. You can get a jump rope just about anywhere. Excellent for cardio and coordination. All the great boxers jump rope, you can too.
Exercise Bike – Believe it or not, these indispensable fitness devices can be folded up and stowed away. Watch TV or listen to music while you work out.
Don’t buy anything – Classic moves like push-ups, sit-ups, crunches, lunges and jumping-jacks can be done anywhere. Guess what? They work.
Regardless of how you do it, make sure to keep moving while you exercise in your RV. You’ll thank yourself when you’re strong and healthy enough to keep on adventuring for years to come.
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And now that you’re all pumped up, including your button-pushing fingers, select your ideal vacation destination and reserve!