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Helping Travelers Maintain a Fitness Routine While On the Road

Submitted by Kathie Gonzalez on Oct 11, 2012 - 1:10pm
Posted in Business Travel|Fitness|Travel Trends

We just read a great article by USA Today's Nancy Trejos about hotels making it easier to stay fit on the road. More hotels are offering unique fitness programs in an effort to appeal to travelers who are committed to keeping up with a fitness routine. Not surprising, these offerings coincide with similar efforts to bring healthier dining options to hotel restaurants and room service menus so travelers can avoid packing on the pounds while away from home. 

The article highlights some fitness options available to guests at various hotels across the country, including the Sheraton (and the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel). Notes Trejos, "Guests at Sheraton Hotels and Resorts also have access to four 30-minute video-on-demand workouts for free" and "can order a complimentary 'workout in a bag,' including workout cards, a workout mat, foam rolls, resistance band and massage stick to be delivered to their room."

Guests at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel enjoy access to these in-room fitness programs as well as our Fitness Center, which was created in partnership with world-renowned personal training experts Core Performance.  In addition to 22 pieces of weight training equipment and 23 pieces of cardio-equipment with built-in TVs to each unit and iPod hook-ups, guests can download time-efficient training programs and sign up for free personalized training programs. 

If you stay with us for a meeting or event, take note: the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is also one of nine properties in the country that offers FIT Meetings, also created in collaboration with Core Performance. The program offers meeting attendees access to tips to stay energized and alert, fitness tools (like group workouts and breaks designed to recharge) and healthy dining/snacking options that allow them to remain mentally and physically prepared while on the road. 

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