Sore Today Strong Tomorrow


Hi, guys!

One of my concern (not a resolution tho) this year is to start doing some strength training and less cardio. I have been a fan of cardio just because it's a fun way to sweat. Zumba and dance classes are really where I thrive. But I want to step out of my comfort zone and add strength session. I usually just open my Youtube, and search 45 mins workout with weights. Whether you half-assign or not, you will get sore, but as my t-shirt says; Sore Today, Strong Tomorrow. Anyway, to stick to my weight session, I deliberately got myself a pair of dumbbell and a fitness mat to top it off.




This mat is actually for yoga but the salesman said I should be able to use it for regular work out as long as you're not doing a gymnastic type of exercising. If you are a gymnast and can pull out a front handspring, step out, round off, back handspring, step out, round off, back handspring, full twisting lay out; any time of the day, you might want to upgrade to inflatable gymnastic mat.

If you are in the market to train your gymnast/cheerleading skill, Airtrack Factory is a professional manufacturer of inflatable products, specialising in design, production, and sales of cheer air mat. Their mats have high tensile strength, rigidity, pressure resistance, and bending resistance. Inflatable mats are not only for gymnast, you can also use it for yoga, taekwondo, dance training, among other things.





If you want to train alone at home, they also have mini airtrack which as the name suggest, a smaller version of your typical gymnastic mat. If you worry about the quality, Airtrack Factory ensures that they use strengthened DWF material and able to resist 6-7 magnitude wind. The surface is not easy to torn, using imported glue to ensure good sealing.

Anyway, did anyone get a Bring It On reference in my post? I was obsessed with that movie back then. I can't believe that was 17 years ago! Boy, am I old.

Well, thank you for reading and wishing everyone a great Monday!



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