Summer is right around the corner… ah, just let that sink in for a second. As we prepare to soak up the sun and ingest countless margaritas, let’s take a look at something that might be good for all of us. Yes, we’re talking about fitness. More specifically, fitness and travel. Where can the best fitness and travel experiences be found? Let’s explore.
Be Bulletproof Summer Getaway
Ketanga Fitness Retreats is tucked away in beautiful Colorado. During the winter months, the area is coated with powder, but the summer breeds a whole different landscape that’s perfect for hiking, climbing, and zip-lining.
The Be Bulletproof summer getaway is great for any fitness junkie, rock climber, and even a beer lover. Yep, the experience includes a craft brewery tour in Denver.
Anyone who’s from California, or who has ever been to Mammoth Lakes, understands the area’s inherent beauty and implications for exercise lovers. Olympic Medalist Deena Kastor welcomes athletes into the area each year to enjoy the scenery and go out for celebratory beers at the local Mammoth Brewery afterwards.
Dave Scott Triathlon Experience
Six-time IRONMAN champion Dave Scott will make you either love, or hate, your Hawaii vacation. Over the course of five days you’ll receive his expert, sports-specific training to whip you into shape so you’ll feel less guilty about your Mai Tai intake.
This exercise group has a most unique name, Yoga for Bad People. The “bad” part doesn’t have anything to do with the quality of people, it’s more to do with their unconventional style of yoga. The group can take you to some pretty amazing destinations around the world, while giving you all the yoga you’ll need. We’re talking places like Brazil, Jamaica, Portugal, and beyond!
Le Tour de France
Ever wanted to get a tour of the Tour de France? Now you can. Thomson Bike Tours hosts an event called “King of the Mountain,” allowing you to explore the very same area that is traversed by the world’s best cyclists.
Tiger Muay Thai
Muay Thai is a great discipline for aspiring MMA-ers to learn. It’s now more doable than ever before. You don’t have to be an ex-con who was exiled to Thailand, like in the movies. Now you can go to Thailand as a normal traveler and begin learning the skills.
If you’re looking for a fun vacation that will also make you sweat a fair bit, these are some great places to start. Good luck guys.