Working away from home doesn’t mean you have to abandon your usual health and fitness regime.
Here are Lane End Conference Centre’s top tips for staying fitness focussed this conference season.
- Don’t be tempted to overindulge - One aspect of conference attendance that everyone notices is the variety and quantity of food available.
If you have some downtime, try not to pick at the cakes and pastries on offer and go for fresh or dried fruit instead.
For main meals, stick to smaller portions and add plenty of vegetables. Also go-easy on calorific alcoholic beverages.
- Pack healthy snacks – Don’t compromise on your diet. Opt for fresh fruit during break times and for dessert. If you think you might fall off the healthy eating wagon, pack nutritious snacks, such as, almonds and hazelnuts or pumpkin seeds for when you’re feeling peckish.
- Plan your exercise routine – If you normally work out before or after work, use the conference venue’s facilities at the same time. Also, try not to accept impromptu invitations that will interfere with your gym schedule.
- Team-building activities – Plenty of UK conference venues, including Lane End, run energetic team-building activities.
If you can’t face the gym, challenge colleagues to a game of five-a-side football or arrange a fun fuelled ‘It’s-a-Knockout’ tournament.
Lane End Conference Centre in Buckinghamshire offer a range of top quality sports facilities and equipment to stay in shape, including rowing machines, treadmills, exercise bikes, strength training equipment, sauna and steam room and more.
Our new purpose-built leisure facility complete with comfy lounge, bar and outdoor terrace, will open in early 2015.