Episode 027: Be a Road Warrior


Be A Road Warrior – How to Stay Healthy on the Road

Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In Episode 027 we discuss how to stay healthy on the road – be a road warrior!

In this episode you’ll learn: 

  • How to be intentional about your health on the road
  • The best time to workout while you travel
  • To walk, walk, walk!

Resources in this episode:
Fully Alive Book use the code dcipodcast for 20% off your order!
Fully Alive DVD use the code dcipodcast for 20% off your order!
Fully Alive Curriculum use the code dcipodcast for 20% off your order!
Sitting Will Kill You Article
T25 App
Map My Fitness App
Fitbit App
Shine App
Lose It App
Weight Watchers App
Ease into 5K App
My Fitness Pal App
7 Minute Workout Challenge App

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One thought on “Episode 027: Be a Road Warrior

  1. Good stuff, but for those few of us traveling with debilitating issues, those moving sidewalks are a gift. I just returned from a Child Sex Trafficking Conference in a huge hotel. I honestly don’t know if I would have been able to do the 75minute presentation, if it weren’t for the energy conserving escalators.
    Energy balance is key. I want to really ‘bring it’ for the audience and deliver my best. Sometimes that means planning rest. You guys are awesome and I am very grateful for this podcast. Thank you, again.