The following post is on efficient travel workouts sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Soldier of Steel™.

I’ve been much nicer to myself lately vs. pushing it to the limits, for better or for worse.

One: I foam roll and stretch much more….as in, nearly daily.

Efficient Travel Workouts foam rolling and stretching via Soldier of Steel

Two: Training for the Park City Half Marathon isn’t so planned and programmed.

Three: I’m enjoying while traveling (remember, the 101 days: healing is imminent).

ice cream at Hershey Chocolate World Soldier of Steel

But “nicer” doesn’t mean lazy. If it did, then the way I live would be fad vs. lifestyle.

Not pushing my body to the limits, traveling and enjoying does not mean I sit back and do nothing. I am still training for the half, and I must do something daily….my Colitis (or lack thereof) demands it.

Efficient Travel Workouts

This leads me back to Soldier of Steel™.

I don’t want to spend all day working out while I travel. I’ve chosen efficiency and simply just making the workouts count if I can’t log long mileage.

After I learned about the Soldier of Steel™ workout, I knew I’d be set for a long time with travel and efficient workouts.

Stick with me a second….

Here is a teaser to show you what the workout is all about.

Who developed it?

The Soldier of Steel™ Transformational Workout Plan was developed by Mark Twight, Hollywood fitness trainer who pushed the cast and Soldiers with a unique workout plan, helping them to transform for their respective roles in MAN OF STEEL™.

Sounds intense, I probably won’t be able to do it.

Wrong. You tell yourself those things, but the reality is that for every workout, you have the power to modify it for your own benefit. What I was most excited for with this workout is that it’s 100% planned for you, with a 28-day calendar, instructions, tutorials and more.


Efficient Travel Workouts Workout efficiently info via FREE 28-day workout at

Soldier of Steel Workout Day 1-3 info at

Don’t let anything slow you down this summer.

Stay healthy and happy, but do it efficiently to get in, out and on with your life.

And please remember my beautiful Gutsy friends, HOW you choose to move is not as important as THAT you choose to move.

Your gut is desperate for it.

I promise.

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    I skip most bootcampstuff as it is too hardcore for me
    Im soft of core.
    I do this to live longer not to be….bad ass 🙂

  2. SO glad you mentioned how easy it is to modify workouts to suit your needs. I feel like so many people shy away from things because they don’t realize that you CAN alter moves/workouts!

  3. This looks amazing. I might just have a go next month. This month’s challenge has been to not drive to work (4 miles each way) a single time in the month of June (perfect so far!), and I’ve been trying to come up with something equally interesting to do in July.

    This isn’t by any chance the same Mark Twight who used to be a hardcore mountaineer and climber, is it? If it is, I used to read some of his climbing-related writing back in the day. He’s quite a talented writer, too, if it’s the same guy.

    1. Clover – would love to know if you try it! And I’m not sure if it’s the same, but I’m pretty sure it is.

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