One Week In Tokyo! Follow My Workouts And Travel Tips - NETFIT Netball

Ready to see the Tokyo? Do it on your own terms while keeping fit and healthy?

Traveling has changed my life and is the single greatest gift I’ve ever given myself.

Being able to do what you like when you like is something that is often underrated. When it comes to solo travel you can choose whether you want to sleep in, fill your day with activities or treat yourself to a day of getting lost in a beautiful city.

My trick to long lasting energy is to find time to move for 45min everyday.

I will be updating this blog daily for our NETFIT community to refer to if you ever travel to Tokyo. If you want ton workout with me, follow my planned workouts below.

Let’s do this together netfitters!



Workout: Yoga

It’s popular all over the world for a reason. It’s good for your body mind and soul, especially to balance your body after a long flight. Taking a yoga class on your travels is not only great for keeping you fit and our bodies recovered, but it can be fun to see how different locations or countries take the practice. Use Lululemon’s Om Finder app to find a yoga studio wherever you are in the world.

Today I took the IGNITE YOGA practice. 7:00am

Address: 5-16-13 Jingumae Shibuya-ku Tōkyō-to 150-0001 Japan

[email protected]

Just above lululemon store.

Coffee after @vervecoffeejapan

As good as Melbourne coffee!






If you are training at home with me, use this NETFIT Yoga class below.






I strut my stuff in stylish Harajuku, Omotesandō and Aoyama

Tick these awesome sights off your list:

– Yoyogi Park

– Harajuku for shopping and met some harajuku girls.

– Harry’s Hedgehog Cafe



AM workout before I explore.

I got this workout from WEEK 1 of the Born to be wild Challenge. It’s a great exercise if you’re craving an intense work out on a limited amount of time. Bonus: You don’t even have to leave your room! Work your way through the following exercises with 40sec on 20sec off as fast as you can.





I explored historic Asakusa and ancient temple Sensō-ji by bike




Workout: Stairs

This is a very effective work out for both cardio and strength and can be done inside or outside. Maybe you have stairs in your hotel or there could be loads of stairs in the city you are visiting.
Warm up: 5min flat run and active stretching
Session plan:
2min on – Power up the stairs but putting one foot on each step and jog down
1min off
x 5
2min on – two feet jump up each step and jog down
1min off
X 5


Tokyo Tower – Japan

Your lungs and legs will appreciate the love!


Workout: 60min Walk

Take the day to recover with a morning walk. There are also loads of amazing walking tours around the world. It’s a perfect time to listen to your NETFIT podcasts.


Workout: Strength

Some hotels try more than others but no hotel can match a fully equipped gym. You’ve got your treadmill and usually a few dumbbells. Anything beyond that is a rare bonus.

Our NETFIT Strength program doesn’t need anything but body weight and a ball. If you don’t have a ball, get creative with what you can find.







Workout: Run

Survive the Cardio Slog. If you love treadmills I’ve going the session for you.
On a treadmill I like to alternate between two paces: a tempo pace walk then sprint.
This session I did with Jamie Lee Price when she was in Melbourne a few weeks ago.
15 minutes tempo:
30 sec walk – 30 sec sprint
20 sec walk – 40 sec sprint
10 sec walk – 50 sec sprint
Repeat until you him 15mins on the timer.
Please be safe when you jump to the side of your treadmill and please ease yourself back on when your treadmill is still tuning at high speed.


Workout: 60min Walk

Take the day to recover with a morning walk. Find another amazing walking tour, listen to podcast and away you go.