There is no vacation from exercise, no business trip that should preempt your workout routine or hotel room that can't accommodate a few squats or push-ups each morning.
At least that's the view of A-list trainers, those keeping some of the world's most high-profile models and celebrities in top form.
"A towel is a make shift mat -- your body has no idea if you are at the Four Seasons or at a gym," says Andrea Orbeck, who is known in the industry as "the muscle whisperer" and whose client list reads like a Who's Who of tinseltown, including Julia Roberts, Gigi Hadid, Usher, Heidi Klum and Seal. "You have to emulate some of the same exercise movements you would do, regardless of where you are."
There are a few particularly efficient and effective tools travelers can, or perhaps absolutely should, bring with them on the road to help stay in shape, reveals Orbeck. Key among them, a fitness band and a jump rope.
"When it comes to a jump rope, you can easily do it early in the morning, in the hotel hallway before everyone gets up if you're an early riser," continues the 18-year workout industry veteran.
Orbeck is one of a handful of elite celebrity trainers who shared tips and insights with us about maintaining a basic exercise routine while traveling, critical advice for today's increasingly harried, globetrotting business travelers.
Beverly Hills-based trainer Mike Donavanik -- whose clients include Rumer Willis, Jayson Blair and Jeremy Jordan -- and yoga guru Dashama both offered their insider tips for hotel room exercise routines.
Dashama in particular is known for having developed a yoga routine that can be done on a bed, making it ideal for practicing in a hotel room.
"I spend a lot of time in hotels," she says. "And because everyone has a bed, and loves to stay in bed, I'm always looking for ways to help my students to be able to do more yoga or workouts that they will actually stick with."
The bed yoga routine can be done in just five to ten minutes and can be as relaxing or as challenging as you decide.
For those trying to envision what exactly the routine involves, here's a tip - check out the video on FitFusion.com (the Netflix of the work out world, a website and mobile app that offers hundreds of streaming workout videos from celebrity trainers, instead of "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black.")
The FitFusion library has more than 125 hours of workouts including Pilates, yoga, prenatal, HIIT, boot camp and more, from a dizzying array of celebrity trainers including Orbeck, Dashama, Donavanik and Jillian Michaels, Billy Blanks, Tara Stiles and Cassey Ho.
What's most noteworthy about FitFusion though, is that with this mobile, video-streaming workout app, you've basically got a personal cadre of trainers who can be taken with you anywhere. And there are workouts on the app to fit any schedule - from 10-minute routines to 30-minute exercise routines, to an hour or more.
"I think nowadays, people are traveling more than ever, because travel is more accessible," continues Dashama. "And now you have all of these mobile devices that have WiFi, so with that in mind, you can really workout anywhere with the help of these videos."