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Healthy Workouts

After weight loss surgery, exercise is part of maintaining a new, healthier lifestyle. However, when you’re on the road, it’s easy for your workout regime to fall by the wayside. Fortunately, there are some options for travel-friendly workout equipment that fit easily into your suitcase and will allow you to keep up the workouts even when you’re away. Here is what you need to know.  

Check Out the Hotel Amenities in Advance 

Many hotels have fitness centers on site, and those that don’t sometimes offer free passes to local gyms for their guests. Find out in advance what you will have access to, so you know what workout clothes to bring. If they have a small weight room, you can bring your usual workout gear, or if they have a pool, you can throw a swimsuit in your bag.  

Explore by Foot 

One of the best ways to take in a new place is to get out and walk the town like locals. Strap on your walking shoes and do your sightseeing by foot. Keep a brisk pace as you walk around to burn calories while you’re enjoying your time in a new city. Even if you can’t make it to the gym, this cardiovascular workout will keep your heart pumping.  

Start your journey to healthier living with the help if the bariatric surgery team at Bariatric Care Centers. We offer bariatric surgery procedures in Houston along with supportive follow-up care to assist you in your lifestyle transition. Schedule a consultation today by calling (713) 339-1353. 

Disclaimer: This is only for general information. All patients should consult their doctors prior to following any of the recommendations in any articles and videos. Every patient has individual needs and limitations that only their treating physicians can be aware of.