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Get in Gear: AquaBells

Are you going to be traveling this holiday season? Working out can often be hard to fit in amidst all of the celebrations. Maybe the issue is not the time, in fact you'd love an hour to yourself, but you don't have any way to exercise.

If you like to do weight training and want to be able to continue while you're traveling, you'll love Aquabells. Aquabells ($59.95 for a set) are water inflatable and collapsible dumbbells that you can bring with you anywhere. When inflated one dumbbell can range from 4-16 pounds, depending on how much you fill it up. They also make travel ankle weights ($29.95) that sort of remind me of water floaties that kids wear in the pool. Buy them here.

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DStirk DStirk 9 years
i mean i would imagine you would let the water out before doing anything so hopefully they dont puncture.
paigesweetkisses paigesweetkisses 9 years
interesting, but would they pop?
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