Starting this month, Song, the new low-cost flyer from Delta, will debut its new in-flight workout program.
For $8 passengers will get an elastic band, a squeezable ball and a how-to manual with a workout designed by fitness guru Dave Barton.
Song isn't the only airline aiming to keep you fit in flight. For the past several months Jet Blue has offered in-flight yoga, and more recently, Pilates.
It's too soon to tell whether the new workouts will give you "buns of steel," but when it comes to exercise, something's better than nothing. What's more, experts say that regular physical activity, especially on long flights, can help prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT).Posted by hanxx028 at July 24, 2004 9:16 PM