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It just keeps getting easier to work out on the road, which is a double-edged sword – less excuses for travelers to cut back on fitness! But whether you go carry-on, pay hefty airline fees for checked luggage or drive, there’s something nice about packing light, and easier access to workouts and gear is a trend I will continue to get behind. I’ve written about this here at Forbes before, with several hotels and chains paying increasing attention to the fitness needs of travelers. For instance, last year, Westin introduced high-end Peloton interactive bikes in fitness centers in many hotels as well as in select guest rooms (We have one at home and they are awesome!). Hilton created its “Five Feet to Fitness” rooms, which combine the traditional guest room with a private mini-fitness center so you never have to leave for the health club. I’ve also covered hotels that make it easy to practice yoga in your room with instruction and gear, as well as the unique offerings from New York’s Triumph hotel group, which partners with flexible class program FitReserve to offer guests access to the city’s top studios in a wide range of active pursuits. These are all great options to make it easier for travelers to work out while away from their home or gym. Now the Big Apple has another program for travelers who want to pack light.