G2 trainer ball and trainermat david novak (thegadgetgu-ycolumn.com)

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G2 trainer ball and trainermat david novak (thegadgetgu-ycolumn.com)

  1. 1. G2 TrainerBall and TrainerMat David Novak (The GadgetGUY) is a syndicated columnist who reviews and features the latest in consumer technology. For cutting-edge information on what’s hot and what’s new in gadgets and gizmos , The GadgetGUY has his pulse on everything related to computers, camcorders, car tech, cameras, gaming, GPS devices, networking, TVs, software, wireless devices, media players, hi-fi, wi- fi, cell phones, home appliances, sports science, power tools and more. 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.
  2. 2. 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. www.thegadgetguycolumn.com

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