We don’t mean you should sequester yourself in Peru now to avoid the high-calorie period from Thanksgiving’s feast through New Years’ chips-and-dip bowl games. Or that you should head there because of some ancient, long-lost fitness regime the Incas discovered.
No, we mean you should sign up now for our April 16-24 Peru Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu Adventure with fitness expert Jack Witt.
Jack is a fitness instructor and wellness & and health coach (GetFitwithWitt) based in Los Angeles. I met Jack a few years ago when he attended several of our Fitness & Health Social Media Conferences – he is a super personable and caring guy who helps people with their fitness for a living. Jack is an NASM Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, IFPA Lifestyle Fitness Coach, Pre and Post Natal Instructor, NASE Speed and Development Coach, TTI Behavioral Analyst, Author, Speaker, and Healthy Community Organizer.
The Inca Trail four-day trek is not easy but it is very manageable for most active people. The distances we hike each day are actually short and we have porters carrying all our gear. At the same time, the altitude makes life difficult and there are several steep uphill and downhill climbs.
This is why traveling with Jack as Guest Host on this tour, as he teams with our Peruvian guide Santiago, makes so much sense. In addition to providing support and advice while in Peru and on the Trail, Jack will include a free 30-minute fitness conversation by phone and three email followups to anyone who registers for this tour between now and December 31.
So, yes, head to Peru in April but use that trip and Jack’s support as motivation now to get or stay in shape over the holidays. According to Web MD, the average American consumes 4,500 calories and 229 grams (half a pound!) of fat on Thanksgiving alone – just during dinner! So get ahead of the game now, book the trip of a lifetime, and join us on our Peru Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu Adventure to stay in shape over the holidays.