James Adinaro

RVE 0062: Road Life Fitness and How Not to be a Lazy Bum While Traveling

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Today on the podcast, I am interviewing James and Stefany from TheFitRV.com.  They have been RVing since 2010 and currently drive a yellow Winnebago Travato all around the country.  Stefany is a personal trainer who practices locally when they are home in Utah and James is a legit former rocket scientist.

A few things we talk about on this episode:

  • The importance of taking care of yourself and your RV
  • Ways to keep fit on the road and stay accountable to yourself
  • RV modifications and tackling maintenance
  • Creating a workout schedule around your travel

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Quotes from this episode:

“Seeing the unknown and things we wouldn’t have otherwise seen without an RV.  It was all very eye-opening.  It opened up a whole new world to us.”

“When we live in a home and work a 9-5, we set up these habits for ourselves and it’s easy to follow them, maybe we work out in the morning or at night.  When we hit the road, all that gets thrown out the window.  Every day is a little different.  You wake up somewhere different and you don’t know your environment as well.  It makes it so much more challenging to set up those healthy habits that you might otherwise have.

“Try to plan a week at a time.  So maybe make Sunday your day, where you look ahead for the next 7 days and you make a deal with yourself.  If you know where you’re going to be for three of those days, you say that you will get up in the morning and do something fitnessy.”

“You can’t just say that sometime this week I will get my bike out. You have to be specific with yourself when it’s not a habit yet.”  

“We need to look at exercise like medicine.  Exercise is the best form of medicine.”

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