The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of PUMA.
Happy Saturday! We’re still in Orlando, so we’ve definitely been keeping busy. Today, though, was all about the pool and relaxing. You can bet I took full advantage of a rest day. Even though I’m not up and moving right now, I still wanted to pop in and talk about some workout gear I’ve gotten to try out recently.
A few weeks ago, PUMA sent me an outfit to review. It included shoes, a tank, running tights, and a jacket. This is what happens when you ask your husband to take pictures of you in them when he just wants to go watch golf or something. Seriously, this was the winning picture last week. Lesson learned? Buy a tripod so I can do it all myself and get someone to come handle the jungle that is our backyard. Yikes.
Let’s break this outfit down. First up, the Gym Tank and Gym All Eyes On Me Jacket. They both are made with coolCELL technology, which means that they are made from materials that draw sweat away from your skin. They are also designed to allow air to flow through keeping you cool and dry. Basically, they make you less gross when you’re sweating like a beast. Oh, and the tank has sweet straps and the jacket has thumbholes. SOLD. It’s all in the details, folks. Let’s be real.
I also got to try out the Gym All Eyes On Me 3/4 Tight. They’re made with LYCRA® SPORT yarns. That means they fit well and help you move freely, as well as provide exceptional recovery power. Comfort comes from the flatlock seams and diamond gusset and the ability to keep you non-disgustingly-sweaty comes from the dry CELL moisture-wicking properties. These tights are perfect for running, lifting, and shopping for groceries. What? It happens.
Now for the grand finale: the Mobium Elite v2 Beta adaptive running shoes. They are designed especially for women and adapt to your feet as they move. Essentially they change during your stride. It’s like magic or something. PUMA is in a class of its own in the running world because of these three components: the Mobium Band, Expansion Pods, and the Windlass Chassis. Together, these three create a system that “move the foot through an entire gait cycle and may increase efficiency during a run.” Yeah, must really be magic because those are some legit fancy running words. Plus, hello, they’re pink.
My thoughts on all of these products: “Yeah, what PUMA said.” But, really, I like them all a lot. The tank is amazing and the jacket is extremely comfortable. For the tights, I’d probably buy a size smaller than usual. They seemed a bit looser than my other running tights and I full on RELY on the tightness of those things. Seriously. The more they suction-cup to my skin, the more flattering and non-butt-crack showing they are. Just keep that in mind if you buy those. The shoes are also great, but they do take some getting used to because of the “bump” (<- my word, not theirs) in the middle. That being said, would I purchase these things on my own? Absolutely.
I hope y’all are having a BLAST this weekend. Let me know what y’all are up to! I haven’t had much time for social media or blogs these past few days. We have a long drive home tomorrow, so I might have some time to catch up then. Or just a really long nap. One or the other. I swear I’ll get back in the game soon, though. 🙂 I’ll check in when we get home. See y’all later!