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WorkIt Wednesday : FlipBelt Review!

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone doing this morning?  I am doing great!  We have set up and put into use a new schedule, so I wanted to get this written up and published this morning.  I will also be getting up a half hour earlier, to get in a morning run with my FlipBelt.

FlipBelt.com


 Not sure what a FlipBelt is?  Here is some information taken from their website... "Gone are the days of baggy sweat pants with bulky pockets. Active wear is sleeker and more stylish than ever before. The only problem is there’s nowhere to hold your phone, music and keys. That’s where FlipBelt comes in. Who would have thought a singular tubular waistband could solve one of the biggest nuisances that athletes face—where to tuck must-have items while exercising.  Every bit as flattering and contoured as the rest of today’s athletic wear, FlipBelt is designed to carry your on-the-go essentials without tying up your hands. Made of a moisture-wicking, spandex-lycra blend, FlipBelt slides right on and sits snug on your hip. No bulk. No bounce. FlipBelt is also machine washable and machine dryable.  To keep items secure, all you have to do is flip the belt inward. Now, everything you need while exercising fits right around your waist."




Sounds great, right?!?!  I know it has worked great for me.  Want to bring an iPod/MP3 Player on your next run?  FlipBelt is the answer!  How about a phone?  Yep, that too!  Do you drive to the park to run, and don't have anywhere for your keys?  Yep, FlipBelt still has you covered!


This is so much easier to use than carrying things in your hands while running, or clipping them to your waist.  It's to easy to drop things, and I hate when things get all shook up!  I used this several times for training, but my younger sister decided that she should use it at the race.  I also really liked the feature of the clip that you can clip your keys on.  The belt is stretchy so you can fit sooooo many things in there.  Cash, cards, protein bars, iPod/iPhone, timer, keys, etc.  


So, you can purchase this (in many styles/colors) on the FlipBelt website.  You can also Like them on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter to stay up to date with their latest news.  



I received no monetary compensation for this review post.  I did receive product for review purposes only.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  All text in red is taken from the sponsor's website.

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