Resistance bands are no doubt one of the most popular workout equipment nowadays. They are universally used in fitness and strength training by a growing number of people differ in ages. We choose such a small and simple band for our daily workouts as they are flexible and can really benefit to every particular part of our bodies.
3 types of resistance bands are usually seen in the market: Tube resistance bands, Flat resistance bands and Loop resistance bands.
(1) Tube resistance bands are usually made of premium Nylon. They come with handles so that you can hold handles in hands for strength training.
Tube Resistance Bands
The best season for skiing is coming!
No matter you plan to go skiing, go snowboarding or do other snow sports, this Odoland ® Snow Sports Checklist is a great tool to help with your preparation.
Note: Your checklist will vary according to the type of activities you have planned, the places you are going, the time of year and the length of your trip.
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Below are 10 Odoland camping gear that you must have for your camping and hiking trip!
1. ODOLAND 2 Person Four Seasons Portable Outdoor Folding Tent
This 2-person tent can be used in all seasons. Waterproof, windproof and 2 mesh windows for better ventilation. Laying inside is enjoyable. Get here.
Foam roller, a self-massage tool, is increasingly used in fitness, Pilates and physiotherapy to improve strength, flexibility and balance. It can also be used for myofascial massage and self-acupressure.
Let’s see what you can benefits from a foam roller:
Improve Blood Circulation:
Good circulation is crucial to overall health as blood carries oxygen throughout our bodies. A decrease in our circulation can lead to a whole host of problems. Foam rolling can help improve blood circulation by breaking up the tight areas where blood flow may become restricted.
It’s obviously known that during skiing, you can‘t slide if you can’t see. Ski goggles are made anti-fogging. However, not all goggles are 100% anti-fogging. Even top-of-the-range goggles will mist occasionally. That may cause serious injury, or even death sometimes. We need to avoid this happen.
Below are some practical tips that helps to stop your ski goggles from fogging up.
1. Avoid Warm Air
Do you know why ski goggles fog? Usually they fog when warm air from your body hits the inside of a lens that has been cooled down by extremely low temperature outside. Then the water in the air condenses into tiny droplets that cling to the lens, which obscures your vision.