Flip-flops that tone your legs
Yes, ladies, that’s the claim of FitFlops, which load your leg muscles more so you get a workout while you walk.
The shoes were developed at the Centre for Human Performance at LSBU in London.
Every step you take in the FitFlop helps tone and trim your legs. According to press info, a multi-density midsole activates muscles midstep to help tone thighs, calves and glutes by slightly destabilizing the foot as you walk, creating a continous tension in the leg and buttock muscles.
Word is FitFlops are biomechanically engineered to improve core muscle strength, absorb shock on feet, knees and back, encourage better posture, burn calories, help reduce cellulite and lessen joint strain – all with a powerful new built-in micro-wobbleboard workout-enhancing mechanism.
FitFlops launched in the UK in May, and sold out in a week.
They’re selling well here, too, and some stores are already out.
If you already own a pair of FitFlops, let us know if you like them, and more importantly, if they really work. I know I’m willing to invest in a pair of shoes that will tone my butt. How about you?
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