I have completely and utterly neglected my blog as of late. I’m off to Spain for 2 weeks tomorrow (well, in the early hours of the morning) so I will most likely be neglecting it some more. However, I’ve been celebrating my 21st birthday over the past couple of weeks(!) and I would kick myself if I didn’t share some of my amazing and wonderul moments with you guys. So here’s a very brief photo diary of some of my celebrations over the past 2 weeks… I plan on doing a ‘What I got for my 21st birthday’ post when I return from my holiday. But we’ll see.
Hope you’re all well.
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Oopsies, late again with this post! It just hasn’t been my week at all guys, my laptop broke and I’ve only just got it fixed, so I thought I’d smash out my final round-up post of the Squat Magic machine from New Image and tell you if I think it’s worth the purchase.
Additionally, I just wanted to let you all know I’m doing a giveaway in collaboration with High Street TV and you guys can win your very own Squat Magic machine for your at-home-workouts by following me on twitter & retweeting the giveaway tweet! So good luck guys – winner will be drawn on the 20th of August! Head on over to my twitter and enter now.
My last post about the Squat Magic featured all of the pros & cons, in my opinion, of the product. If you missed that post you can catch up here. I’m going to keep this post short and sweet for you all as I’ve already told you on my blog what the squat magic product actually is, who made it, my thoughts on it all-round so today I just want to tell you guys if I recommend this product or not… and my answer is:
Yes. Yes. Yes.
The squat magic is an excellent invention and I think it’s an absoloutley fabulous tool for people who enjoy their at-home-workouts or don’t feel confident to do squats. It’s a great tool for beginners & even more advanced gym-goers! I think it’s a wonderful piece of gym equipment to have lying around in your home as it totally motivates you to move your ass and get stuff done (quite literally). Getting out of your bed or off the sofa to do squats sounds quite strenuous – but when you have an assisted squat machine there for you it makes it a whole lot easier and daunting!
I’m not going to lie to you guys, I prefer going to the gym and lifting weights and stuff when I’m squatting, but I’ve enjoyed testing the Squat Magic and I will use it in future for my at-home-workouts and to help me continue variating my squats at home! You can pick up your very own Squat Magic from High Street TV’s website HERE for £69.99 (or you can enter my giveaway over on Twitter & cross your fingers and hope you win)!
Would you use an assisted Squat Machine? Have you heard of it before?
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*This post is sponsored by High Street TV. However all thoughts & opinions are my own. All images used are from High Street TV’s website*.