• Posts Tagged ‘Julie Dennis’

    Fitness Trends for 2019

    by  • March 15, 2019 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    Will the new fitness trends for 2019 be suitable for business travellers? Now in its 13th year, the American College of Sports Medicine electronically surveys thousands of fitness professionals around the world to determine the fitness trends most likely to have a positive impact within the industry.   The survey very specifically sources information regarding...

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    Fast, fun and effective workouts for business travellers

    by  • September 30, 2018 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    What workouts do you do when you travel on business?  Workouts can have enormous physical and mental benefit when travelling for business, such as boosting your immune system, improving productivity, reducing travel strain and helping to alleviate jet lag.  With a full day of travel, delays, meetings, business dinners and routine work from home,...

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    The why, what, when & how of exercising on a business travel trip

    by  • August 21, 2018 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    Why is exercising vital? Travelling for business can be physically and mentally exhausting.  You quickly become tired, your decision making slows and your productivity drops.  The good news is it doesn’t have to be that way. Prioritising exercise throughout your business trip will boost your energy and your brain power, relieve stress and jet lag...

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    Running and Business Travel

    by  • June 26, 2018 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    The health benefits of running are varied and far-reaching.  Running has been proven to reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes.  It can also reduce stress, tension and anxiety, increase energy levels and help you to enjoy a better nights sleep. But when it comes to business travel the key...

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    Five airport fitness facilities you have to try

    by  • May 25, 2018 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    Airports are not often renowned for their fitness facilities….. When international travel is part of your job description you spend a lot of wasted hours at airports.  Even if business and first-class travel mean you’re likely to skip the queues at check-in you’ve still then got a couple of hours waiting time before your...

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