How to Stay in Shape as a Digital Nomad

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There’s nothing like living the digital nomad life. This allows you to travel the world, take part in new experiences, and meet new people — all while earning a living.

Of course, just because you’re living like this doesn’t mean you can take your health for granted.

It’s critical that you take the steps necessary to stay in shape, as doing so will ensure you can live this life for as long as you want.

While there’s no right or wrong way to stay in shape as a digital nomad, there are some basic tips that are sure to help.

Walk, Walk, and Walk Some More

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As a digital nomad, this shouldn’t be difficult to do. However, it’s easy to get so caught up in your work and what’s happening around you that you forget to exercise.

Walking is one of the best ways to get daily exercise. Doing so can help reduce the risk of many serious ailments, ranging from stroke to heart disease

Tip: use a pedometer to track your steps. 

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Take Your Vitamins

When traveling, it’s not always easy to maintain a healthy and steady diet. So, it’s essential that you do what you can to fight back against this. And that starts with taking a multivitamin every day of the week.

The biggest problem you may run into is finding the vitamins that you prefer. To protect against this, buy in bulk when you have the opportunity to do so. This will keep you stocked, while also saving you money. 

Watch What You Eat

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This is a big problem for people who live the digital nomad life. You want to enjoy the many types of food that you come across — especially as you change locations — but you must do so within reason.

It’s easy to get ahead of yourself by eating, eating, and eating some more. Soon enough, you’ll find yourself feeling poorly and gaining weight.  

Don’t stop yourself from enjoying the local cuisine. But do keep an eye on what you put into your body, as you don’t want to do anything that puts your health and well-being at risk.

Drink Enough Water

This is another one of those simple steps that you can take. Drinking enough water comes down to one thing: taking the time to do so.

As long as you’re in a location where water is readily available, you shouldn’t have any problem staying hydrated. 

Tip: if you’re unsure of the quality of the water in a particular location, purchase bottled water whenever possible. 

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Travel with a Bike

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Walking can keep you in shape, but it may not be your preferred way to get around. Many people would much rather ride a bike.

If this sounds like you, travel with your bike and all the equipment — such as goggles — that you need to stay safe.

You’ll soon find that this is working in your favor in regards to staying in shape. Not to mention the fact that it’s sure to bring more fun and excitement to your travels. 

Make it a Part of Your Life

Above all else, the easiest way to stay in shape as a digital nomad is to make it a part of your life. Don’t think about this every now and again. Think about it so much that it becomes second nature to you.

For example, when you wake up in the morning you can think about when you’ll ride your bike and what you’ll eat. It’s this type of basic planning that can go a long way in keeping you in shape, even when you don’t have a home base.

Tip: don’t be shy about altering your approach if you find that something isn’t working for you. You’ll never know what benefits you the most if you don’t keep an open mind. 

Final Thoughts

With nearly five million people describing themselves as digital nomads, it’s proof that this life is possible.

Once you head down this path, be sure to implement some of the steps above. Doing so will go a long way in ensuring that you maintain a high level of health. 

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