• “New Year, New You” Home Fitness Gear Giveaway

    January 11, 2013

    A new year means one thing, a new you! Lots of people sign up for a new gym membership, but gyms can be crowded, especially at this time of year, and don’t offer the convenience of a home workout. Sportline recently introduced a bunch of new home fitness products to help you achieve the new you that you want in 2013 and they offered to give away the products below to one lucky CNC reader! Check out what you can win!

    Quick Adjust™ Suspension Cross Trainer allows you to target every major muscle group for the upper and lower body. You can modify exercise intensity by quickly adjusting the rope length with innovative Lock-n Load Quick Adjust Pods. A foot cradle adds a dynamic element to your workout with static and sliding actions so you can change lower body exercises quickly and easily. By customizing the rope length you can also change intensity levels and move from one exercise to the next to improve your athletic performance and agility while burning calories and improving your cardiovascular fitness. The system includes two Quick Adjust pods with suspension rope, a door anchor, two handles, two foot straps, a foot cradle and an instructional DVD. The system mounts to standard doors without screws or drilling, so you can easily set up, store and travel with this quality home gym unit.

    QA in Use 1

    Weighted Resistance Ball. Weight lifting, stretching and abdomen training using the Weighted Resistance Ball is one of the most affordable, portable and versatile fitness tools on the market today. Plus, it’s small enough to be conveniently stored. Because it’s weighted with sand and covered with thick rubber, it is highly durable and easy to grip. It comes with an easy-to-fill air pump and a measuring tape so you know when it’s fully inflated and ready to use for any total-body tone-up. In addition to upper body training the Weighted Resistance Ball can be used for overall core training, and more specifically, to tone abdominal muscles, hips, waistline and lower back. Using a weighted ball encourages proper posture and alignment. Since this ball is an unstable source of support, it strengthens and develops your belly, back and waistline muscles literally any time you use it.

     

    Weighted Resistance Ball

    Plank + Ab Station is a highly effective ergonomic design for lumbar and core support used for a wide variety of floor exercises including sit-ups, crunches, back extensions and front and slide planks. The Station, made from compression molded comfort foam with alignment contouring, is compression molded Comfort Foam (EVA) provides comfort assistance for front and side planks, yoga and Pilates moves. Lightweight and multi functional it has a textured bottom surfaced for slip-resistance and can also be used for lower back support for crunches, sit-ups, and is ideal for back-extensions, wrist + knee support for push-ups and floor exercises and can be used with P90X2 on all Sphinx exercises. It is designed for durability, easy to store and simple to clean.

    DSC_1968FINAL

    Solo 925 Heart Rate Monitor is the first fitness device with FitTrac and MoveTrac technologies and a built-in Calorie Genius (24 hour calorie burn tracking), is designed to track your resting heart rate over time and also record the intensity of movement 24 hours-a-day to show users how they are improving fitness condition and burning calories. Take your workouts to the next level.

    Sportline 965 Women's

    To enter: Just leave a comment on this post about one of your fitness goals for 2013.

    I’ll randomly pick a winner on Monday morning. Good luck!

    Pin It

    { 1253 comments… read them below or add one }

    Adam hardy February 13, 2013 at 11:58 am

    My goal is to make it to the top spots in the Tough Mudder competition

    Reply

    crystal January 3, 2014 at 2:38 pm

    one of my fitness goals for this year is to enter in my first 5k and finish it! and also to enter a lifeguard class and get ceritified

    Reply

    Leave a Comment

    { 1 trackback }

    Previous post:

    Next post: