Shudder. I'm 6'3", around 250 lbs. Even if I snag an aisle seat, and
manage to luck or whine my way into one of the extra-legroom exit row
seats (you can't reserve them without paying extra), any flight over 2-3
hours leaves me sore for a day.
I try really hard to avoid flying any more. It Just Ain't Any Fun, these
days. If all the airline offered to where I needed to go, was a Hannibal
Lector seat like that, it would be a non-starter.
As do I. Used to be, the drive faster than fly zone was about 250 to 300
miles. Now it is closer to 500 miles. Right now, I'm planning a trip
across the big pond on the right coast so I have no choice.
Hi, Gary - in addition to all the other advice you've been getting,
you might want to go on-line with keywords like "exercise while on
plane". There are tons of sites.
Here's just one of many.
So do get up often; walk the aisles all the way around the plane; go
to the toilet and do standing exercises there, or in the back of the
plane if the crew is sympathetic.
While seated, do some of the many exercises available on-line, some of
which involve partially standing.
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