October 24, 2011: I really am a “leg man”. But… (with one T, thank you.)
In 2010 Reebok’s EasyTone shoes became “the rage”. Reebok’s advertisement claimed the shoe’s balance pods created instability which “encourages toning through increased muscle activation” in the glutes, hamstrings and calves. This “theory” made sense since an unstable surface may activate your leg muscles in a different way. But does that lead to toned hips, thighs and butts as the American commercials suggest? Let’s leave that thought there, since EasyTone is a good shoe, and this article is not to pop anyone’s bubble.
Meanwhile, in Russia the EasyTone shoe commercials insinuate an added benefit. (No, not talking breasts.)
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