You don't need a yacht to work out like Kourt, but you do need to work on your squat.
If you want to work out like Kourtney Kardashian, you're in luck. A few weeks ago, the star shared some of her vacation prep moves (Kendall's a fan of them too), and now she's explaining the workout she does while she's actually away.
The star might get creative with equipment when working out at home, but on vacation, she relies on classic, no-frills bodyweight moves, as demonstrated on her recent trip to Egypt. Kourt fit in some time for squats along with riding camels and looking at pyramids—you know, just a day in the life.
"Exercising is a part of my daily routine. So, even though I like to relax on vacation, getting a workout in is still important to me," Kourtney says on her blog. "Also, working out while traveling really helps me with jet lag and makes starting to work out again when I'm back at home not as difficult." (FYI, here are nine other ways to make your vacation healthier.)
If you're leaving town for Labor Day weekend, check out some of Kourtney's moves and tips below (and head to her app for the full workout) to keep up with your fitness routine while you're away treating yo' self.
"While in Egypt, I did 200 chair squats to help keep my hamstrings, glutes, and quads toned. Just pretend you are about to sit on a chair and pop up into standing position while engaging your core."
"A powerwalk on the beach is always a great workout, since sand makes your leg muscles work harder. To kick this up a notch, mix in some lunges at the beginning and end of your walk. Since walking—or lunging—on sand provides instability, you'll work that much harder to keep your balance."
"Find a fixed (and strong!) edge—like a tall bathtub or steps—and lower your body up and down with your legs straight out. Keep the move slow and controlled."
"Classic, old-school push-ups may be the least fun exercise, but they are so effective in toning your upper body and adding definition to your arms. If push-ups are too hard at first, modify the move and anchor with your knees, instead of with your toes."