Narrow rows – Strengthens the back after a long day of workNarrow rows are an exercise for the upper back muscles, right between the shoulder blades.Execution: Stand with feet hip-distance apart, the view directed towards the aeroSling. Now grasp the loops and slightly lift the tips of the toes. At the starting position, it is important that your arms remain fully straightened and your shoulders are down. Now the hands are drawn to the body by pulling the shoulder blades together and the elbows being guided backwards in an angled position.Tip: Hand, elbow and forearm form a line. Repeat this about 10-15 times.Deep Squats – As compensation to sitting for long periods of time on business tripsDeep squats train the upper and lower thighs as well as the buttocks.Execution: Stand with your feet hip-wide apart and grab the loops of the aeroSling. Your arms remain long and straightened throughout the exercise. The shoulders hang loose. From this starting position you now bend your knees. The back remains straight. When your hips are below your knees, you press yourself back up into standing. The knees always remain slightly bend and are not fully straightened. Repeat the exercise about 10-15 times.Still gas in the tank? Simply repeat the whole set. With this simple set of exercises, you can keep yourself fit in the hotel room and burn off your energy. We hope your next business trip will be a success; from a business and workout point of view.Do you have any further tips for an active business trip? Let us know in the comments.