Do you have to ‘be bad’ to have a good beach vacation? Fitness vacation provider says no

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El Dorado Royale

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My Destination WellnessDoes a vacation to the beach have to mean a vacation from your healthy lifestyle and an extra 10 pounds to lug home? In order to have a good time do you have to say goodbye to good food and your exercise routine? Well, a fitness vacation provider called My Destination Wellness says absolutely not. In fact, the Milwaukee group is organizing a “Gym Rat Race” in Riviera Maya, Mexico, February 16-20, 2012, that it says combines your vacation with healthy competition in paradise.

A partner of Funjet Vacations, My Destination Wellness presents the Gym Rat Race as a way for gym-goers and those sticking to New Year’s Resolutions to get tropical vacations during the winter months, while continuing their fitness agendas.

The Gym Rat Race package includes exercise classes and personal training and evaluation sessions, as well as healthy meals and cooking demonstration with take-home recipes. The Gym Rat Race schedule leaves plenty of free time for entertainment and socializing.

My Destination Wellness says it adds fitness and nutrition plans overseen by “Wellness Concierges” to stays at El Dorado Royale or El Dorado Casitas Royale, By Karisma. A Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Top 100 Hotels in the World and a AAA Four Diamond Resort, El Dorado Royale is an adults-only destination that provides a gourmet all-inclusive experience. The fitness vacation package provides beach-side exercise classes, personal training, and chef-prepared healthy meals.

My Destination Wellness vacations may be booked with a travel agent or on www.FunJet.com. Reservations and registrations for the Gym Rat Race can be made individually or in teams of six from local gyms or workout groups. Registration forms, with package rates based on room type and including gourmet all-inclusive resort accommodations and airport transportation, as well as the Gym Rat Race activities, can be found at www.MyDestinationWellness.com.

What do you think? Do you have to ‘be bad’ to enjoy your beach vacation?

One comment to Do you have to ‘be bad’ to have a good beach vacation? Fitness vacation provider says no

  • StayBank  says:

    We thought actually meant being `BAD’. Drats!

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