Unfortunately, the biggest negative (which is also the biggest positive) about being a food blogger is that I cook and eat a lot… and more often than not the dishes I eat can be a little unhealthy. Starving myself or dieting just isn’t an option, so unless I want to end up looking like Gilbert Grape’s mama then I have to do some exercise.
I’m not the biggest fan of exercising. In fact I detest it, loathe it, just down-right hate it! I used to wish that I’d suddenly wake up and enjoy going for a breezy 10km jog every morning, or be one of those people who claim they get cranky if they don’t exercise everyday (I’m calling Bullshit on that one) but I’m just not that kinda gal. Honestly, I would much rather come home from work, have a hot shower, hop into my warm pjs and work or watch Home & Away.
Well, I’ve had a little change of heart about exercising and it’s all thanks to a pair of shoes. Now I’m still not hitting the pavement everyday (just yet) but I am looking forward to my next walk because I’ll be showing off the hottest pair of trainers… my Nike Free TR Fit 2.
and they’re not just a pretty face…
The ultra-lightweight Nike Free TR Fit 2 Women’s Training Shoe was designed for comfort and support, with the flexibility and traction you need for any workout– from spinning to kick-boxing to Pilates.
The Nike Free TR Fit 2 is designed for a female athlete looking to improve body strength and flexibility and features an internal structural support system to allow for multi directional movement.
I took these puppies for a spin around Sydney Harbour last weekend and did not want to take them off. Not only do they look fab but they feel great. They are unbelievably comfortable to wear and the soft, flexible shoe means no blisters!
This is how you exercise right?
These shoes actually make exercise appealing!
For more information or to buy a pair of these sexy shoes check out the website here.
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So my lovely reader, what motivates you to exercise?