One way to remove guilt from a vacation is to be sure to keep moving. For us, working out is an essential part of the vacation experience. BUT, you just need to keep it in perspective. Don't try to follow some strenuous training plan. Don't try to keep up with what you usually do because it is still a vacation.
Below we found a basketball court and did triceps push-up and frog hops. Sarah also led us in some of her Tracy Anderson stuff. Felt good =)
Then after we were finished, we recovered doing this! =)
On another day we hit the treadmill. Which was very interesting. Try doing 10x400's fast while the boat is moving up and down. The workout facility was located on floor 9 in the front of the ship. So every time there was any "motion in the ocean", which was always.... you for sure felt it in the gym. So I ended up using new muscles to try to keep myself balanced on the treadmill at fast speeds. It was a BLAST and kinda scary, but totally worth it. My quads and hamstrings were slightly sore the next day. =)
Then of course, after our run we recovered doing this....
Food, Food, Food! We LOVE food. (I realize there isn't much food in the picture, but I assure you that is because we had just finished a few trips to the buffet and polished off our desserts, Yum)
Moral of the story is, while on vacation working in little workouts will make the lazy sleeping, eating times that much funner. I LOVE VACATION!