Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Best Life Magazine article

Here is a link to a recent article by Steve Steinberg who interviewed me for the April issue of Best Life

Fit for Travel By: Steve Steinberg

The “No weights? No problem” workout that goes anywhere
Expense-account lunches and marathon boardroom meetings aside, the single greatest impediment to staying fit on the road is the hotel gym. Indeed, 55 percent of business travelers are so disappointed with hotel fitness facilities that these gyms actually become obstacles to staying in shape, according to a survey by Lieberman Research Worldwide. But you don’t need access to a gym to rock your body on the road. “All you need is your own body weight,” says Michael Wood, chief fitness officer at Koko Fitness, in Massachusetts. Run through the following circuit three times, moving from one exercise to the next without rest, once a day while you’re on the road. “You’ll finish in 15 minutes,” says Wood, “and when you return home, you won’t be packing excess pounds.”
to see the full workout - visit hotel workout


DAO said...

you rock woody.
lets catch up. I want to talk aobut your climb and whats new in life.

Michael Wood, CSCS said...

Dan the Man

nice to hear from you - will give you a call this week

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