Fueling Your Adventures: A Guide to Whole Body Health On the Go

Fueling Your Adventures: A Guide to Whole Body Health On the Go

In the fast-paced world of travel, maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be challenging. But not impossible! ProSupps® and Tasc Apparel have teamed up to bring you a comprehensive guide to eating healthy on the go. Tasc's mission is to make better apparel so you can feel better, and together we're here to ensure your entire body feels its best, even when you're on the move.

MEAL PREP

Plan and Prepare: Start by Fueling Your Body from Home

Before hitting the road, take the time to plan and prepare your meals and snacks. Pack nutritious, homemade options like cut-up veggies, fruit slices, or pre-portioned nuts to start off the trip on the right foot.

For supplements, streamline your packing by pre-portioning servings into Ziplock bags and bringing the necessary scoops. ProSupps’® TSA-approved supplements like Hyde Signature pre-workout, Whey Protein Isolate, and HydroBCAA make it easy to stay on track without sacrificing convenience.

TASC APPAREL

Plan your outfits ahead of time to make it easier to get movement in.
Don’t forget your gym outfits when planning out your travel fits. And if you’re packing light, choose gym outfits that can double as lifestyle outfits like the tasc Carrollton T-shirt and NOLA Long Sleeve.

 

HEALTHY FOODS

Choose Whole Foods: Nutrient-Packed Convenience

Embrace whole, minimally processed foods, such as fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, and nuts. These items are readily available at gas stations and convenience stores, making it easy to stick to your healthy eating plan.

Tracking your calories and macros becomes a breeze, and having snacks on hand helps you resist the temptation of sugary alternatives when hunger strikes.

STAYING HYDRATED 

Stay Hydrated: Your Body's Best Travel Companion

Keep dehydration at bay by drinking plenty of water throughout the day. Pack a reusable water bottle to make it convenient to stay hydrated on the go.

When indulging in a drink while traveling, balancing alcohol intake with water can prevent overindulgence and help you wake up feeling refreshed the next day.

 

Eating Out: Build Your Balanced Plate

Eating Out: Build Your Balanced Plate

When dining out, aim for a balance of protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates in your meals. If the menu doesn't quite fit your dietary needs, don't hesitate to ask for items a la carte. It’s easy and the servers will know the best way to get you what you need.

Steakhouses and seafood restaurants often offer less processed and sauced options.

If you can’t necessarily order something a la carte, or you want to enjoy the restaurant meals the way they prepare them, control your portion sizes by immediately requesting a to-go box and stowing away half of your meal for later.

 

Limit Sugary Drinks: Opt for Refreshing Alternatives

Limit Sugary Drinks: Opt for Refreshing Alternatives

Choose water, herbal tea, or other low-calorie beverages over sugary sodas and sweetened juices. Excess sugar can leave you feeling sluggish, especially during travel-induced fatigue.

By minimizing sugary drinks, you'll maintain optimal energy levels, making your journey more enjoyable.

 

Maintaining whole body health on the go is possible with a little planning and mindful choices, but also remember to give yourself a break if you aren’t perfect while traveling. Whether fueling up with ProSupps® supplements or sporting Tasc's performance-driven apparel, make the most of your adventures by prioritizing your well-being. Here's to feeling your best, no matter where life takes you!