If you are going on vacation this summer and want to enjoy yourself without the guilt from eating a less than clean diet, staying active is a must. Here are my top tips for maintaining regularity while traveling over the next few months. 

How To Fit Fitness Into Your Vacation

From early morning sweat sessions to discovering a new studio, check out this blog post I created for The Laughing Cow this month featuring my tried and true secrets for finding ways to fit exercise into your vacation. While I am a Laughing Cow Community Leader, all thoughts and opinions are my own and I love this post. 


Break a Sweat Before the 4th of July

If your day starts as early as mine on the 4th of July, 6am wake up calls are in order for a quick 30 minute workout. I spend the day on the beach with my friends, cocktail in hand, playing beach volleyball and swimming in the ocean. I do try to get up and fit in a quick run or mini circuit bootcamp like the one featured in this special post. It helps keep off the guilt from a rather indulgent day, which is also my favorite holiday!

Burn Off The Vacation Splurges

Has the damage already been done? After vacations, I try to fit in an extra long workout to burn off excess calories that are currently stored for energy usage. If you don’t use them quick enough, they turn into fat. 

Vacation Breakfast Ideas

Brining my own breakfast on vacation is something I make sure to always do. It starts the day off on the right track and prevents you from grabbing a convenient bagel or sugar packed muffin at the nearest coffee shop. My go-to breakfast is portable and affordable. You save calories and money at the same time!. 

What are you doing for the 4th of July? On Wednesday, I’m headed back to Cape Cod. I feel like I haven’t been in Boston since May! Eek. 

Editor note that you already know but the FTC makes me include here: I am an official brand advocate for Bel Brands in 2013. While I receive compensation for participation as a brand advocate, opinions are my own.

Going on Vacation? Your Summer Guide To Staying Fit

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