With plane seats getting smaller and smaller while airline delays skyrocket, it becomes more and more important to maintain circulation during your flight. Twenty years ago, walking in the aisles was common. Airline bathrooms were big enough to do a short workout routine. Now bathrooms are too tiny to move and security concerns prohibit random walking.
While it has become more difficult to exercise on a plane, our culture has also become less fit. Blood clots and deep vein thrombosis are now serious threats to the traveler’s health. How does one stay healthy and mobile on a long flight?
The article below offers some very good options and is well worth your effort to read.