While 150 minutes may seem daunting for those new to fitness, even doing just 10 minutes at a time is fine, notes the CDC, “Not only is it best to spread your activity out during the week, but you can break it up into smaller chunks of time during the day. As long as you're doing your activity at a moderate or vigorous effort for at least 10 minutes at a time.” Start with a 10-minute brisk walk, three times a day, and five days a week. This will add up to 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity. So get fit and look good while doing it with discounts from GAIAM.
While supplies last, woman can find a variety of fitness apparel at seasonal pricing. Slim cut yoga pants, normally retail for $78 can be scooped up for $45.99. Organic cotton leggings, made with low eco-impact dyes are a special purchase at $19.99 (Regularly $48) and the GAIAM exclusive, organic cotton thin-strap cami, which is designed to accommodate a wide range of movement, is a steal at $19. Bra Tops are $24.99, reduced from $42.00.
GAIAM also sells many other health and fitness related products, from yoga and workout videos to sustainably-sourced goods for the home. The publically traded company is dedicated to providing solutions for healthy and eco-conscious living.
In addition to selected apparel being offered a reduced price, GAIAM is also offering free shipping on all orders over $100, but hurry, free shipping ends on 12/4/13 (Offer not available in AK, HI, or Canada). Until the end of the year, they are also offering a 10% discount on all orders over $50.
Signing up for exclusive email offers will also score you a 10% off discount to use on your next purchase over $50.
If sustainability and corporate consciousness are important to you, you can rest assured when purchasing from GAIAM. For the past few years, GAIAM has ranked in the top tiers of Business Ethics magazine’s 100 Best Corporate citizens list. Additionally, GAIAM has partnered with Fair Trade, “an organized social movement that promotes standards for international labor, environmentalism, and social policy, empowering artisans to maintain cultural traditions and create better lives for their families and communities.” The company website also assures customers that “non-GAIAM branded products are sourced only from companies that verify their use of fair labor practices, which includes maintaining social responsibility in their factories.”