How far do you travel?

Demixl

New Member
#1
I was just curious to see how far everyone has to travel to train at their respective gyms. And how far you think might be too far? I have to drive an hour, which to me is probably close to the limit for regular training, what with gas prices and what not. Thoughts?
 

Betzy

New Member
#2
I was just curious to see how far everyone has to travel to train at their respective gyms. And how far you think might be too far? I have to drive an hour, which to me is probably close to the limit for regular training, what with gas prices and what not. Thoughts?
The company covers the travel?... Everyone has a different comfort zone.
I simply hup on the subway to work less than 30 min I'm all there at the gym. Work out 30 min daily cross the street and arrive at my work. No biggie really.
Betzy
 
#3
Personally, I can’t call it to travel)) Travel is a trip to another country, for example - nordicsaga.com/escorted-baltic-tours I used to be able to drive many miles in Europe in my car. But I became old and lazy and I wanted comfort) I chose the cruise for the last time but was satisfied. As for training - I insulated my garage and made a home gym there) I'm tricky)
 
#4
I agree with you ! Traveling is about exploring new countries, cities, and places, not going to the gym by train.
But if speaking about actual traveling, what was your favorite city? Where did you travel? What new things did you discover?
I love traveling. I've been to many countries in Europe, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Polland, Romania, etc. The architecture and the vibe of those countries are amazing.
I am planning to make a trip through the states of America, and the first one on the list is New York. After I read this, I understood that it's on the top of the list!
 
#5
Well, I wouldn't call it a trip. As for me, traveling means going to other countries, at most to a neighboring state, California, for example, because the police force improves safety in Burbank. Or it can also be a trip to your parents if they live 1000 km away, can also be called a short trip. But not to the hall. Although, as they said above, everyone has their own comfort zone. So if for you it counts as a trip, then why not. For me, it's better to go somewhere by car, because comfort is most important, although gas prices have risen. But it will be much faster and more comfortable than by smth other.
 
#6
Well, I wouldn't call it a trip. As for me, traveling means going to other countries, at most to a neighboring state, California, for example, because the police force improves safety in Burbank. Or it can also be a trip to your parents if they live 1000 km away, can also be called a short trip. But not to the hall. Although, as they said above, everyone has their own comfort zone. So if for you it counts as a trip, then why not. For me, it's better to go somewhere by car, because comfort is most important, although gas prices have risen. But it will be much faster and more comfortable than by smth other.
Are you sure that 1000km can be considered a fast trip?
 
#7
I'm not too fond of it when the gym is far from my house. Perhaps it's nice to walk to the gym before training to stretch your body. However, coming back sweaty and dirty is disgusting. That's why I'm always looking for places to train within a 2-kilometer radius. When traveling, I also try to look for hotels near me, not to go far from the center and have time to see all the sights. It seems to me that it is always important to properly organize the logistics of your weekdays and weekends. It's pointless to spend a few hours just moving around when you don't get any benefit from this action.
 
#9
I believe that travel is not going to the gym or work. Travel is a trip to another country or another continent. I love to travel and have traveled to many interesting countries in my life. Because of the epidemic, my wife and I decided to travel around the US, and our last trip to LA ended up being our move. We liked the city so much that we wanted to tie our lives to it. A big plus is that I work online, so I'm not tied to one place. Shipping our stuff was the hardest part of the move. We thought long and hard about it and decided to go with a moving company. You can click here to read more about the services they provide. We have never regretted taking this step once.
 
#11
Long-distance travel is my favorite kind of travel. The farther a country is from my homeland, the more different is the culture, the way of life, and everything in general. It's very interesting to learn new things that are unfamiliar for you, explore them, and become a part of a new world. I would like to visit Australia because it is radically different from European countries and from the western part of the continent. I found a lot of good houses at https://www.onholidays.com.au/rainbow-beach-holiday-houses/. If you rent them for a month, it's much better value than a hotel.
 
#12
When I lived in a small German town, my gym was an hour away from me. But on the other side of town. The beauty of this route was that on the way there I could pass almost the entire city. I don't consider this distance so critical. I went there on foot, resting from thoughts about work. Although, if my gym was in a neighboring city and I had to use the services of dbfahrplanauskunft.com, I'd consider it a trip. Although, the distance between some German towns is less than the distance between different points of one American city.
 
#13
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