This is a guest post from Mike Manning from Manning's Musings on exercising while traveling   It is no secret that traveling can cause a lot of stress for an individual. Therefore, even when you are on the road, it is extremely important that you keep a fitness routine. Since you will have this added stress during this time, exercise will allow you to alleviate some of it. Furthermore, if you have been used to exercising each day, missing out on your routine for a few days will cause you to have a much harder time to develop the routine again. Luckily, there have been a plethora of advancements in lodging and traveling that will allow you to keep your exercise routine even when you are on the road. Incorporating Fitness   One of the most important things to do is to incorporate fitness into your routine when you are traveling. There are many ways to do this. If most of your business meetings are in the morning, then it will be easier for you to exercise at night. If it is possible, you can get in some exercise by walking to your meeting instead of taking a taxi to it. By following these types of tips, you will be able to incorporate fitness into your travel and keep your fitness routine at the same time. Researching Hotel   Researching the hotel in which you plan to stay in is also very important. Since some hotels offer great exercise equipment, you will know that you will be able to exercise prior to arriving to your destination. On a recent trip to San Francisco I was able to book a hotel room with a great fitness center. This travel reviews site was able to give me a list of San Francisco hotels and I was able to book the best hotel for my personality. Depending on the hotel, you may have access to running trails, exercise equipment, and exercise classes. Therefore, you should try to make lodging reservations at hotels that present the best opportunity for you to stay fit. Waiting at the Airport   Luckily, you can even find time to exercise in many airports. Airports are places that travelers will spend a majority of their time; therefore, some airports have begun to offer exercise facilities for people to use as they wait to board their next flight. For example, zen and yoga rooms are offered at the San Francisco International Airport, and walking paths are offered at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Traveling can be done for leisure or business, but regardless of the reason that you are traveling, be sure that you do not forget to exercise during your trip. You can check out Mike's other posts by going to his blog