How to Travel & Track Macros Like a MF Pro

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest

With some proper planning, it’s EASY to travel stresss-free and still hit macros like a total rockstar⭐️

The biggest takeaway point? Plan ahead or plan to fail. I am a BIG fan of PREPARING & making sure that regardless of what the travel gods throw your way, that you have the tools to still make sh*t happen and hit your macros.

Macro-Friendly Foods to Pack in your Luggage?

⚡️Protein bars (RxBars or Bulletproof Collagen bars = yass girl)
⚡️Protein powder
⚡️Deli meat
⚡️Sandwich baggies of pre- cooked chicken/ground turkey/steak

⚡️Rice cakes
⚡️Microwave rice
⚡️Fresh fruit & veggies
⚡️Sandwich baggies of cooked sweet potatoes
⚡️Squeezy baby food packets

⚡️Single-serving nut butter packets
⚡️Trail mix

Easy Foods to Snag From a Grocery Store:
⚡️Rotisserie chicken
⚡️Microwave rice
⚡️Pre-sliced fruits and veggies
⚡️Sweet potatoes (nuke in a microwave)
⚡️Bags of leafy rabbit stuff (salad mixes or greens like arugula)

General Macro Travel Hacks:
⚡️Utilize ready-made meal companies like Trifecta Nutrition, Ice Age Meals, or Territory Foods (many can be delivered right to your hotel!)
⚡️Book an Airbnb or a hotel with a kitchen and a fridge (so that you can sizzle during your stay)
⚡️Research in advance & and see what restaurants and grocery stores are near your hotel and work (Whole Foods is obviously a big plus. Hellooo, salad bar!)
⚡️The simpler the food, the easier it is to track! Giant loaded salads + protein or meat & veggie entrees are usually easy to find. Mexican restaurant? Opt for the fajitas. Burger joint? Deconstruct your sandwich or burger (hold the cheese and bun please!)

Love these types of nutrition and health guides? My ebook (The Badass Nutrition Guide) is the ULTIMATE guide to your BEST you & has 125 pages of nutritional education, macro cheat sheets, information on how much to eat, tips on fat loss, deets on hormones, guides on cooking, macros, & SO much more! 

Share This Post

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin