At a quick glance, business travel might seem like a glamorous experience: Employees fly out of town, often on a moment's notice, to visit clients or prospects, closing deals in new cities and accumulating frequent flyer miles and reward points.

But a savvy HR manager understands traveling for business often means disruption of regular sleep, exercise, and eating routines, all factors that can contribute to unhealthy, unhappy employees.

We're now in the post-New Year's fitness slump, when health and wellness goals often fall by the wayside – but for business travelers, staying active and healthy (both physically and emotionally) is crucial.

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