While we can’t get out to the gym right now, there have been a few products I’ve found helpful for working out at home in our garden and for daily exercise so I thought that I would put together a quick feature just in case they also help you. You can also read what I’ve been watching and doing to keep myself sane (ish!) in this recent feature.
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Ohelo Water Bottle – Ohelo create beautiful reusables that are durable, stylish and versatile. Their range of insulated stainless-steel products are designed in the UK with modern life in mind. Their versatility and durability allow them to be taken on hike or gentle stroll. Their vacuum insulation keeps drinks hot for 12 hours and ice-cold for 24. The bottle has a soft carry strap which moves on stainless steel pivots.
Ohelo bottles are BPA free, they are also BPS and BPF free. The Ohelo bottle is made from double walled high grade 18/8 stainless steel. Its coating is slip free and is lead-free whilst the powder coat finish gives a chip-resistant, slip-resistant and high-quality finish. Their electropolished interior provides a high resistance to bacteria build up and is also easy to clean and stain free. The Ohelo bottle holds 500ml and is available in a range of colours from Ohelobottle.com Priced from £29.
Rose Gold Headphones from Neon Sheep – For home workouts and our daily walks, these rose gold wireless headphones are perfect. Stylish and on-trend, they won’t break the bank at an affordable £20. Get them online now from: www.neon-sheep.com
For yoga at home DIYogi, a fast growing London-based brand selling world’s first yoga mats that people can write and draw on using markers. The mats come with drawing stencils so that you can ‘tattoo’ your yoga mats regardless of your artistic abilities.
The colours never rub off and the brand have also partnered with Clear Blue Seas, an NGO developing technology that fights plastic pollution in our oceans. Find out more at: www.diyogi.com