The fitness trackers of today look more like watches and are stylish enough to go from gym to office to dinner without missing a beat. But that doesn’t mean they skimp on performance — each monitors steps, sleep, workouts, and heart rate with work-friendly features like caller ID, email alerts, and text messaging.
Whether traveling by cramped Manhattan subway or carpooling in California’s gridlock traffic, the 26 minutes—on average—that Americans spend getting to work doesn’t need to be time wasted. You can maximize your ride time while benefiting your health and well-being with these six ideas.
Traveling for work doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your fitness routine. Instead of logging more miles on the treadmill, venture outside for a run on these scenic trails located within the limits of these six cities.