G2 trainer ball and trainermat david novak (thegadgetgu-ycolumn.com)
G2 TrainerBall and TrainerMat
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May 24, 2010
With hundreds of workout regiments available, it's tough to remember what's you're supposed to do
when you get into the gym. Recently, I purchased a workout program, which came complete with a
instructional DVD, a "how-to" book and a large detailed chart showing me each exercise... a package
that's hardly portable if I'm going to the gym.
G2 has tackled this predicament with a straightforward solution: printed workout mats and core balls.
They offer multiple equipment options with multiple stretches illustrated directly on the product. Need
to stretch ? There’s a mat for that. Is work boring you and ruining your flexibility? How about a mouse
pad with stretches you can do at your desk?
All those times you use the core ball only for crunches are a thing of the past. Essentially, a cheat sheet
at the gym, G2 products make perfect sense. And for those who are environmentally conscious, G2
products are made from recycled material.
G2 products are available for around $10-$30.