None of the above. But, I can honestly say that we have attempted all of the above, with little to no success.
Mike bought me a yoga mat at the dollar store in Mumbai that I used about 5 times before leaving it behind in Brisbane. It actually became a burden to carry when every time I packed and unpacked I would look around the 2 bedroom apartment or hotel room that we were staying in and realize I would never have the space or quiet to practice. I found a folding mat in Japan that fits better in my carry-on. Fingers Crossed.
Sometime around Sydney, Australia we forced everyone out to run using the Couch to 5K app that Maddy and I had used for our Run Like A Mother 2013 Race. We had family success a few times down under then lost our mojo somewhere in Osaka, Japan. Some runs even ended with a celebratory gelato. Really?
Warning for travel to Osaka: Stay in a hotel with a gym. There is no room for a family of 5 to run on those streets. Tokyo isn't much better, but Mike and I gave it a try. There was a lot of doubling back around a park.
The sun was shining in Greece and my parents were able to stay at the hotel and watch the kids last week so Mike and I headed out to tour Athens with the big plan of running around the National Park then ending our run at The Panathenaic Stadium and doing a few laps just like the 1896 and 2004 Olympians did. We felt so at home in Athens that we didn't even carry id's or money. I had my phone. What could happen? Well, like some of our other 'Almost' excursions, we never really made it to the finish line. Turns out you have to purchase tickets just to walk around the track at the Stadium. No money, no tickets, no laps. We snapped the selfie anyway just to prove we were there and finished our run - or tried to. We next attempted to run at a near-by track that we had passed on the way but were quickly escorted outside of the fence when we realized that it was a private track & field club. Who knew those even existed? Only in Greece, the birthplace of the sport.
Finally, having been denied twice, we tried one more running venue - jogging through the Greek Parliament Park Grounds; but unfortunately, because of planned austerity protests the next day, those grounds were also off-limits and surrounded by armed police buses. So, three finish-lines in a row that we couldn't "finish." Then like the dorks that we are, we just ran on the sidewalks through rush-hour pedestrian traffic, avoiding briefcases and suits for the last 30-minutes back to the hotel. But at least we finished some type of course.
P.S. I've even attempted a few 30-day plank & push-up challenges to get the kids motivated. Nope. I should just do it on my own.