FANIGHT Releases the World’s First Self-Illuminating Sports Performance Jacket
The innovative FANIGHT jacket allows you to be seen in the dark while exercise running, power training, or casually parading through the city, park, or promenade. Essentially solar powered, FANIGHT uses proprietary ReNano material to absorb UV light during the day and emit that light at night. This technology is paired with 360-degree reflective strips to enhance the wearer’s visibility for light-in-the-dark safety.
Special features include:
Headphone port & handy pocket: The jacket has an easily accessible pocket, perfect for holding a smart phone, earbuds, cash or wallet. Never get tangled up in wires again. Its built-in port keeps your headphones untangled and ready for instant use.
Emits light for up to two hours: Powered by absorbing all wavelengths of visible light, it only requires 20 minutes to recharge and will emit light for up to two hours.
Getting my body back after pregnancy has been a challenged. Hell, I thought once I had the baby, she would sleep all night and be on this perfect schedule. According to all those dang websites I read, she should be a sleeping beauty by now. Wrong, every baby is different! She catnaps during the day and still wakes up in the wee hours of the morning smiling. So whatever to that info. What I have learned, is that she goes through different stages as she gets older, therefore I have to make it a goal to get in at least an hour of exercise 4 days per week, no excuses. Honestyly, working out has been a challenge. When I finally get the opportunity to work out, I am literally exhausted, but on a positive note, I have my diet under control. So here is how I fit exercise in my week. First, I dont have a work out schedule, I have work out goals. I have started to jog several days per week, (love this, gives me time to think and look at nature). I do my sit-ups and p...
Working out can be a mental challenge. How do you find motivation when your mind says no and your muscles start to fall in agreement? Here are simple tips to get both your mind and muscles back on the positive track.
Take a class. When I dread working out, I grab a group workout schedule. There are so many different classes available ranging from Body Pump, Boot Camp, to Zumba. Jump in one. One hour and it’s over, not to mention you will often find motivation from other members or the instructor. Once you’re in the class your less unlikely to quit.
Distract Yourself. Pump The Playlist. Music can elevate your mood. So the next time you’re lacking motivation, pump up your favorite songs for an hour, and get on your exercise grind.
Reward Yourself. Who doesn't like rewards? When you’re feeling like ditching your work out, make a deal with...
Salads are by far the easiest meal to prepare. Your dont have to be a Top Chef contestant to master this meal. Building a salad should consist of a variety of colorful vegetables that are packed full of antioxidants and anticancer compounds. A healthy salad will provide minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. Salads consist of veggies that are low in calories and have exceptional water content. Adding a lean meat or beans will add protein to your salad, making this a great post work out meal and nutritional boost.