It's time to take a moment and enjoy the simple things in life. At Therafit, we appreciate the long lazy days of summer that beg for reflection. Each day in June, Therafit will be putting out good vibes to support your wellbeing to help Make Your Whole Body Happy!
Mind Body Sole
Therafit has reached 10,000 fans on Facebook and it's because of friends like YOU! Thank you for all of your feedback, support, sharing, caring, engagement, participation and loyalty! We are a company made of up friends, from the inside out: fans, bloggers, customers, brand partners and collaborators. Each of person has contributed to a brand that is inspired by wellness and driven by comfort. Therafit is committed to our community, charity partners and customers...and that's YOU.
At Therafit, the most comfortable shoe for women, we are a company of women, for women and we like to listen to our friends. Here are twelve things we learned from Huffington Post writer, healthy living coach and model, Erin Joy Henry:
At Therafit, the most comfortable shoe for women, sometimes the best motivation for getting your heart rate up is a new pair of trainers to put your best foot forward! Here is some advice from our development team on getting the best fit in high performance technology shoes specific to your work out:
At Therafit we have fun. Serious fun, in fact sometimes we're laughing so much our CEO comes in to find out if we're actually working on next year's comfort shoe and surprisingly - we are! Today it was because of this wonderful set of vintage Weight Watchers cards from 1974 sourced from Candyboots.com, by Wendy McClure. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did! http://www.candyboots.com/wwcards/slenderquenchers.html
Ladies, your days of having to go to the gym to get a great cardio workout are over! For the past 15 years, there has been a revolution taking place in workout trends for 2013! That revolution is the dance exercise phenomenon. Dance exercise is a very basic philosophy… You put on music that you enjoy listening to and perform dance moves – both choreographed and improvisational – as a method of elevating your heart rate and tone individual muscle groups.