We’re dishing out everything you need to know (and eat) so you can stick to your flexible dieting plan while traveling. If you want to continue working towards your weight loss or muscle gain goals our new guide will get you ready, no matter where you’re headed.
Whether you’re traveling for business or for pleasure, it can be challenging to juggle your travel plans with your nutrition goals but you can still enjoy vacation or travel without returning full of regret.
We have members all over the world and with each country comes its own unique challenges when it comes to dishing out advice on dining out.
With long delays, hefty transit times and limited options, packing your own food can be the difference between a smooth or turbulent day.
Traveling for business or pleasure doesn’t have to mean giving up all of your at-home routines. If maintaining your nutrition is a priority while traveling, then make space in your suitcase for some extra goodies to prepare snacks and meals!
Whether it’s a few hours away, an overnight stay or an entire week, the challenges of traveling while tracking are heightened when there’s the pressure of competing.
While we might not have the comforts of our usual routine on vacation, there are still numerous ways we can keep ourselves active and stay on track with our nutrition to ensure we come home feeling our best!
Traveling, while fun and exciting, can also present some frustrations, challenges, and patience testers!
For people like us, traveling can be tough. Often the thought of interrupting our training and nutrition routine can leave us feeling a little anxious and uneasy about upcoming trips.
You’ve finished your shopping and wrapped all of your gifts (for the most part, at least). You’re ready to wind down with family and get into the holiday spirit!
Juggling your macros outside of your own kitchen can be challenging. Without some creativity and careful planning, you could find yourself tempted to order in pizza or something equally unlikely to fit your macros.
Here are a number of tough scenarios you might face while traveling and some suggestions on how you can do some serious damage control.