Written by: Timothy Fitzgerald
05/07/2010 3:50 PM
It's your number one frustration with being on the road for long periods of time; you're inactive and feel like your body is making a rapid transformation from rock to sponge. You're getting soft. Your stomach is manning the steering wheel. You want to play sports but there's just not enough room in the RV for all of your athletic gear. Or is there?
Obviously, when you set out on an RV trip you have to pick and choose what you're going to take. It's not all going to fit. You go through your list and take only your essentials. And when you realize that there's not enough room for all of that, you do away with your 'non-essential' essentials! Looks like you're not going to be wearing that Christmas sweater and matching turtleneck this year after all. And that bathrobe your husband claims he's going to wear but never does? Get it out of here!
With space restrictions it simply isn't feasible to bring along sports equipment that will be used once in a blue moon, which monopolizes precious storage space. But if you think outside of the box for a second you'll realize there are a host of sports that require little equipment. Here are four RV friendly suggestions:
Being on the road doesn't have to be an excuse for inactivity. With a bit of forethought, planning, and the right equipment you can maintain an active and healthy lifestyle no matter where your travels take you.
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