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June 16, 2020


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  Hi lovelies! For today's post I prepared something different for you. Due to Covid 19 pandemic a lot of us turned to exercise or doing yoga, fitness and similar at home. I wanted to share with you about an online store where I found affordable yoga equipment. The store is called Babyonlinewholesale and they're offering a large assortment of equipment for yoga like carpets and mats stretch bands, pull ropes, etc. In further text I'm sharing with you some tips on how to choose perfect yoga mat for yourself and what things you should have in mind when choosing one.

  Fifteen years ago, there was only one basic type of yoga mat — made of PVC and noted for its stickiness — and your only choice was whether to buy purple or blue. Now, there’s a yoga mat to suit every priority and preference. Beyond a color and pattern that suits your style, your yoga mat needs to keep you stable in your poses; it needs to be storable and portable, yet comfy and cushy. You may also want your mat to be environmentally friendly. These aspects of your mat's personality are all affected by how the mat is made: how thick it is, what it's made of, and its surface texture.

  First thing you should have in mind is thickness of a mat. Why it’s important: The thickness of your yoga mat has a lot to do with how comfortable it is — too thin, and your knee may get banged up during crescent lunge. Consider how much room you have to stow your yoga mat, how important portability is, and where your sweet spot is on comfort versus being able to feel a direct connection to the floor. Next thing is material. Why it’s important: The material your yoga mat is made of dictates its texture, stickiness, eco-friendliness, and sponginess (how much it yields to pressure), and how it wears over time. Most standard yoga mats are made of PVC, otherwise known as vinyl. Newer, more earth-friendly options include natural and recycled rubber, jute, and organic cotton or natural cotton. 

  Another thing tou need to think about is texture. The texture of your yoga mat dictates how much traction it provides. Like stickiness, texture affects how much slipping and sliding you do. Next thing is stickiness. A sticky yoga mat keeps you from sliding all over the place and helps you maintain your alignment as you move from one pose to another, as well as when you hold poses for several seconds. Also, you need to think about the price. Babyonlinewholesale offers them really cheap. Once you've narrowed your choices down by thickness, material, texture, stickiness, and price, there's only one factor left: style! So go ahead and pick your favorite color, pattern, or print.

Kisses until the nest post,

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