FitKit re- review

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About FitKit-
“Amie Hoff and Beth Michaels are co-founders of FitKit.com and Life² LLC. Sisters from a family of 8 siblings, they grew up in Maryland, just outside of Washington, DC. Early on they learned the value of independence, healthy competition, and helping others, and in their active family sprawl, they shared a passion for fitness, healthy living and achieving goals.
With a bond made from equal parts friendship and family ties, the sisters lit on something that not only fueled their creativity and passion, but allowed them to apply their unique skill sets to help others reach new levels of health and wellness.
FitKit.com provides Beth and Amie the opportunity to give back to their community and the causes they believe in. Both are active in philanthropy, raising money for non-profit organizations as board members and supporters. Together, they have completed two century bike rides in Lake Tahoe and the New York City Triathlon as members of Team in Training, raising money for Leukemia and Lymphoma, a disease which has affected close friends and family members.”

My Thoughts-
Well over a year ago I reviewed the FitKit home version. In a few days I will be back on Rogers TV talking about being a healthier you in the new year and the products that can help you on the way. I still think the FitKit is a perfect product for those of you who are really busy and on the go all the time. The FitKit fits in both my purse and the diaper bag, so there is really no excuse for not having time to workout.
You get a Resistance Tube with Handles, Flat Resistance Band, Stability Attachment(that goes into a door frame to add to your workouts), Jump Rope, Pedometer(has a safety feature, you pull a cord out and it makes a high pitched noise), Reflective Arm Band and ID Tag(you add your medical and contact info to it and can attach it to your shoe laces). All that comes in a nice compact case. Someone asked me how hard it was to put it all back once it was taken out, I can say, VERY EASY. I thought it would be hard too but how it’s all built there is no frustration putting it all away.
I LOVE using the FitKit when I can. I love how compact it is and easy to take around. You can purchase a FitKit Exercise Library Book, so that you can take the workouts with you(you can also gain access to their workout library online if you wish to do it that way). Making this the PERFECT take anywhere workout kit.

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* Disclaimer / Disclosure: I received a free sample to facilitate my review. This post reflects my honest, personal opinion and experience with the product which may differ from yours. Product information courtesy of the sponsor. No monetary compensation was provided for this post.