2010-07-06_121006

I finally got a pair of Reebok EasyTone sneakers! Here’s a confession that is going to blow your mind… I haven’t bought new sneakers since Sophomore year of HIGH SCHOOL! Yes, I am a woman in my 30s still wearing the sneakers I used to bring to GYM CLASS. I know – it’s bad.

But since I started being (semi) interested in the gym, I thought why not get all the help I can get? Reetone promises to work out your glute muscles 28% more than if you weren’t wearing the sneakers. Yes, I have them on right now. Yes, I am going to find a way to incorporate them into evening wear.

So, what muscles are targeted? Butt – hamstrings – calves

Do you feel a difference immediately? No, but the studies prove that the magic is working.

What does it feel like? It feels like there is an extra ball under your foot (which Reebok calls a pod). The ball is designed to create “natural instability” with every step making our legs work harder to walk. But not to the point of exhaustion.

Anna Kendrick in EasyTone with Reebok trainer Yumi Kim

Actress/singer Ashlee Simpson-Wentz attends the Reebok Women's Fitness event on June 16, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

Actress Rosario Dawson attends the Reebok Women's Fitness event on June 16, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

Any celebrity fans? You better believe it! Ashlee Simpson, Rosario Dawson, and Anna Kendrick are just a few names that have backed the EasyTone sneakers.
Have you tried them out? What do you think?

* Sample sent for review

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