Hi guys! Wanted to say konnichiwa from Tokyo! Matt and I just started our honeymoon. We spent three days in Tokyo and now we are on a train bound for the mountain town of Hakone.
As for workouts, we’ve walked ten+ miles every day exploring the city. We’ve also started our mornings with quick workouts in the hotel gym. Getting a little strength in is a bonus. Plus the views from the gym aren’t bad.
Looking for tips on how to workout while you’re traveling this holiday season? Look no further.
Any favorite things to do in Osaka or Kyoto?
Hope you’re having a great day.
I’m sure there was a time before FlyWheel and Physique57 that I showed up at my local gym, entertained myself with a self-guided workout and left feeling like I accomplished something.
Maybe my expectations have gone up. I used to be satisfied with a 30- minute elliptical workout. Today I am not. I don’t hate that machine, but I have an evolving preference toward weights.
[DC Readers: I used to crush the arc trainer/elliptical scene at the Vida on 14th Street.]
I ordered dinner from Reviver about 90 minutes ago. The sort-of-cute and shockingly hipster bike messenger has visited my door twice, but both times without my order. So this post is unlikely to be a food review.
I have been a bit of a slacker blogger recently and I’m here to come clean. It’s not that I’ve turned into a couch potato, I’ve just been doing my usual fitness things: