Keep Moving Your Body

Running complements yoga and yoga complements running.

So for many people, and even actors like Jake Gyllenhaal and Jennifer Lawrence who can often be seen running outdoors, getting into top shape means being open to training whenever the opportunity presents itself.

Not limiting training to daytime, especially in the winter when daylight hours are shorter, can make a huge difference in reaching one’s fitness goals. Running, walking and cycling in the morning or at night are all-important tools in the fittest arsenal, but they do share some risks without well-thought out safety measures.

Fortunately, lightweight reflective wear company, MuvePro, has made all-hour safe training simpler than ever. MuvePro recently announced the release of their MuvePro Reflective Vest, an outstanding safety product for morning and night time runners, walkers and bikers, who are interested in staying as danger-free as possible while engaging in their early morning or after dark outdoor exercise.

“We believe in combining quality materials, craftsmanship and design, to create simple, yet functional outdoor reflective gear to keep you safer,” commented a spokesperson from MuvePro. “Our Reflective Vest is a perfect choice for outdoor twilight and after dark exercise.”

According to the company, the lightweight vest’s reflective material works by reflecting headlights, and does not require batteries to operate. Its design puts an emphasis on comfort and being lightweight, so it doesn’t hamper a runner or walker’s performance. One size is adjustable for unisex S/M/L allowing it to fit all, but the largest users.

The MuvePro High Visibility Vest is available from retail giant, Amazon.com, and included two free reflective ankle bands while supplies last.

Customers have responded to the product with enthusiasm.

Diane K., from New York, recently said, “I run at night and after a close call with a car, I knew it was time to take safety more seriously. I picked up a reflective safety vest from MuvePro and it’s exactly what I needed. Now I can focus on running and know that cars see me from some distance away. A great product at very inexpensive price. Five stars.”

Check it out now to take advantage of  a limited time bonus pair of reflective ankle bands included with every vest purchase.

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Jivamukti Yoga 101—All About This Form of Yoga – EmpowHer (blog)

by Ashtanga - Google News on April 14, 2010

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Stretch | Need a Yoga Class? Try Downloading One – New York Times (blog)

by Ashtanga - Google News on April 11, 2010


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First Eco-friendly Yoga School In The Region Opens March 1 – PRLog.Org (press release)

by Ashtanga - Google News on February 25, 2010

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Jen Aniston’s Bikini Bod: Can You Believe She’s 41? – OK! Magazine

by Ashtanga - Google News on February 13, 2010

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Jen Aniston's Bikini Bod: Can You Believe She's 41? OK! Magazine “She's doing Ashtanga, which is intense,” the insider says of the star, who practices at least 90 minutes, twice per week. Weekly spinning sessions and ... and more »

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Answers From a Yoga Instructor, Part 3 – New York Times (blog)

by Ashtanga - Google News on February 5, 2010

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Answers From a Yoga Instructor, Part 3 New York Times (blog) I recently switched to a more vigorous style of yoga than I am used to, Ashtanga, and I am finding that my practice is becoming an increasingly negative ... and more »

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