Fitness Travel Gear Homestead FL

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Everglades Canoe Outfitters Inc
(305) 230-1120
9700 Southwest 328th Street
Homestead, FL
 
Sports Authority
(305) 247-1976
Homestead Pavilion, 2611 N.E. 10th Court
Homestead, FL
Services
Golf Day Shop, Golf Hitting Cage, Golf Trade-In Program, Hunting and Fishing Licenses, Delivery & Assembly
Hours
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 9:30pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Holiday hours may vary.

Redland Christian Academy
(305) 247-7399
17700 Southwest 280th Street
Homestead, FL
 
Carl Pelt & Sons
(305) 247-1428
289 South Krome Avenue
Homestead, FL
 
Lincoln-Marti Schools
(305) 246-0666
510 North Krome Avenue
Homestead, FL
 
Pine Isle Mobile Home Community
(305) 248-0783
28600 Southwest 132nd Avenue
Homestead, FL
 
Boardwalk
(305) 248-2487
100 Northeast 6th Avenue Lot 214
Homestead, FL
 
Southern Comfort RV Resort
(305) 248-6909
345 East Palm Drive
Homestead, FL
 
Prestige Event Service Inc
(786) 243-0725
24300 Sw 167th Ave
Homestead, FL
 
Princeton Christian School - High School
(305) 258-3107
13390 Southwest 248th Street
Homestead, FL
 

Fitting In Fitness: Summer Travel

So summertime means bathing suits and skimpier clothing in general. That means watching what we eat and even more so, working out. People always want to look toned and trim and unfortunately, you gotta go the extra mile and add some extra spice to your workouts to do that. And that’s hard to do with work, social engagements and travel, especially over the summer while it’s hot as Hades outside. It’s important to be sure that once summer is over that you don’t quit your routine as it will be that much harder to get back on the horse when winter melts away next year. It also keeps you from over eating or eating junk because you’re keeping yourself accountable by sticking to a workout routine. But since it’s summer and we want to play more then be indoors running on a treadmill, here are a few things you can do that count as working out, getting active, and still enjoying your summertime activities & travels. Don’t get caught up in the idea that the exercise has to be a consistent 30 minutes. Recreational activities can also be exercise and doing something is better than nothing. Ten minutes or so a few times throughout the day will add up!

Going to the lake or hangin’ by the ocean or pool this summer? Great!

  • Water is a perfect place to exercise in the heat and humidity of summer. Swimming or treading water is a great way to work the cardiovascular system, If you are boating, go out to an area, stop the boat and anchor, and do some swimming.
  • Canoeing is great for an all-over body workout. Many lakeside facilities offer rentals and lessons so take advantage of this if you can. It’s great for the shoulders, it’s also great core, great obliques, and great back work. It also makes the legs work as stabilizers.
  • Kids like to throw rocks into the water and guess what, it can be a work out! Go out waist deep and grab around for rocks at the bottom of the lake or ocean and see how far you can throw them to the shore. This friendly family competition becomes a workout for the shoulders and abdominals (particularly the obliques). Before you know it, you’re exercising and burning calories.
  • Pack a mask and some fins and snorkel. It’s not going to be this high-end cardiovascular workout, but it does keep the body moving. You’re using big muscle groups and the fins add increased resistance. It’s great work for the back extensors, the lower limbs, and the trunk.
  • Throwing a Frisbee around and running in sand is a killer workout. Getting a group tog...

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