My husband and I arrived in Denver this morning and are now safely housed at the Inverness Hotel & Conference Center, complements of the 2010 Conference of Handcrafted Soapmakers where I am speaking on social media and moderating a regulatory discussion panel, and my husband is capturing footage for the conference promotional video for the third year in a row. As one of the Handcrafted Soapmakers Guild's first members and a frequent speaker at their conferences, I am especially honored to be here.
As you can see from the treadmill panel photo, I am carting around my advance copy of “Delivering Happiness,” by Tony Hsieh, the CEO of Zappos. This is my choice for the May 2010 Indie Business Book Club, which starts on May 1 at the FaceBook Page. After I checked in, reviewed a few logistics with the conference planning team, and posed for this photo with other excited conference attendees, I headed straight to the fitness center for a run. Here are this afternoon's stats:
- Weather. It's cold and rainy in Denver; I'm glad to be inside!
- Location. Inverness Hotel fitness center
- Distance. 3.01miles
- Calories. Not captured; I could not figure out how to work the panel. Because I was pressed for time, I just skipped it and went for the run.
- Start Time. 2:45pm
- Run Time. 1:04:23 (I have a feeling treadmill timer was off; it usually doesn't take me over an hour to run 3 miles. I'm excited anyway!!
- Average Pace. Not captured
- Playlist. Some true crime stories on A&E Television
Condition. I feel wonderful! I'm excited to gain two additional hours due to the time change. That will help me get up on time to lead to 6:30am fitness walks with other fitness minded conference attendees. Hope to see some of you there!
Question: How do you maintain your fitness regime while traveling on business? Any tips, experiences, and motivation would be most appreciated. I'm all over it today, Day 1, but I have 4 more days to go before I head home. I need to maintain my momentum!