Staying fit when you travel can be quite a challenge, especially when you are flying for work. Between red eye flights and long layovers, it can be difficult to fit in a workout on the go. Fortunately, some of the major airports across the United States have started to offer workout facilities for busy travelers. From yoga rooms to walking paths, these facilities can help you stay in shape no matter how much you are traveling for work. So the next time you have a layover in one of these airports check out their facilities
 
1. San Francisco International Airport, California (SFO)
 
SFO was the first airport in the US to offer a dedicated yoga room. The room is located in Terminal 2 past security and is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Don’t worry about having to bringyoga mats or blocks, you can borrow them for free.
 
2. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Michigan (DTW)
 
DTW partnered with Westin hotels to bring Westin’s WORKOUT Fitness Studio. The fitness center has everything you need from treadmills to weights to start climbers. Non guests are allowed to use the facility for only $15 and can rent gym gear for $5. The WORKOUT Fitness Studio is located in the World Gateway Terminal in the Delta Hub.
 
3. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Texas (DFW)
 
DFW has a couple of options for the fitness-minded. In Terminal D, they have both a free yoga studio and a walking path. The yoga studio has a video loop of yoga positions that can help bothbeginners and experts get in a workout. The LiveWell Walking Path is 7/10ths of a mile long, so you can really get in a nice variety of activity.
 
4. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP
 
)MSP in coordination with the American Heart Association developed a program to help travelersstay fit by walking. In the Lindbergh Terminal, between C and D concourses, you can find a 1.4-mile walking path called “Start!” Don’t have time to walk the whole course? No worries, there’s sign every .1 miles so you can walk as little or as much as you need while still tracking your progress.
 
5. O’Hare International Airport, Chicago, Illinois (ORD)
 
Finally, ORD has a recently renovated gym in the arcade level of the Hilton Chicago O’Hare. The gym is fully equipped and has everything from cardio machines to free weights to an Olympic-sized swimming pool. The facility is open from 5am to 10pm Monday thru Friday and a day pass is $20. If you aren’t swinging through these airports, don’t worry. Talk to your personal trainer at Everlasting Changes and we can help you figure out a way you can work out when you’re traveling across the country. Call now for three risk free, complimentary sessions. We offer a 30-day money back guarantee on all of our packages.

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