Ever get something that you didn’t really think you needed only to find out that it has become an essential item for you?
Well, that’s been our experience with the Coversports Gym mat that we got. When they offered it to me, I thought it kinda sounded like a good idea given the fact that I have a toddler that thinks he’s invincible. I thought it might be kind of handy to have around for him to play on.
But when it got here, it became so much more than a toddler toy. First off, this mat is legit. If you’ve taken your kids to gymnastics, you’ve seen the mats they have there, well, this one will rival that mat any day. And it’s in your own home!?
Anyway, when it came I took it downstairs and set it up next to the treadmill because when I’m running, you can usually guarantee that E’s with me trying to do something that would lend itself to needing a mat.
What I’ve found though is that I have loved it just as much as he has. There was a time in my life when I loved gymnastics. I can’t say I was the next Nadia Comanich but I can say that I still have fond memories of flipping and flopping all over the place.
When I see all the yogi’s doing their inversions I think I could probably do it too but seeing as though I haven’t done one in years, I was a little worried that I would fall on my head. Well, guess what? I get to try them again without fear of cracking my noggin.
It’s also a great place to crash (I mean stretch) after a treadmill run.
You can lean it up against the wall if you want some cushion during your wall sits.
You can fold it up and use it as step for step class or inverted exercises.
So why am I telling you all this? Because I want you to know that if you are looking to expand your home gym equipment, you might want to consider a mat like this.
You can request a quote from Coversports by going to: http://www.coversports.com/request-a-quote.php800-445-6680 If you want one like mine, you should ask them about the Nissen Gymnastics Mat.
What would you do if you mat?