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I don’t know about you, but working out on shared fitness equipment sometimes gives me the heebie-jeebies because of the number of people that use it, and the unknown factor of how often it’s cleaned. While it really is just a minor inconvenience to the perks of a fully functional workout room, bringing a towel along with me takes care of the angst I get. I can either drape it over the sections I want to grip, or I can wipe the equipment down with it prior to use.
Now there are obvious other uses to having a towel with you when you exercise, perspiration that drips off your body. (I admit I don’t generally have that problem!)
One feels much cleaner if they can wipe themselves off during or after a workout, especially if there isn’t time for a shower afterward.
Words to Sweat By offers products, including towels, that seek to offer some motivation to your exercise routine. Not only do they help you stay dry and clean, they offer practical reminders to keep you going on those days when getting in your exercise is the last thing on your mind.
Their towels are the size of an average hand towel, and come with a phrase sewn on the center of the bottom half. Phrases like “Exert. Hydrate. Repeat.” Something I constantly have to remind myself about, so it’s good to have it right there in front of me. It really does motivate me to go the extra 1/2 mile, or pick up the pace a bit, and it reminds me to drink that water when I’m exercising to keep me hydrated.
You can also purchase snack bags and key chain/zipper pulls with motivational messages to keep you focused on your ultimate fitness goal.
Words to Sweat By is giving my readers a 10% discount this season on purchases from their store by using the code threedifferentdirections.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this feature on behalf of Words to Sweat By and was supplied with a sample and information through them, the review and opinions are my own.
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