As a foodie, I am not someone who monitors what I eat when I travel. If the food’s good, it’s going into my belly. However, I know from experience that this means coming home to the weighing scale showing me that I gained two kilograms or more.
This time when I went to Europe, I decided to try to stay fit on the go. To help me, I brought along a resistance band. It’s light and can be taken anywhere, making it the perfect workout tool for travelling.
In my review, I kept certain variables in mind. I took note of how much space was needed and how long the workouts were. After all, I didn’t want to spend too long every night exercising when I was dead on my feet from exploring.
Keep reading to find out which workouts I followed and what I thought of them.
Note: For my trip, I brought two types of resistance bands with me. The mini band is the thicker, shorter one, while the power band is the longer, stretchier version.