Eva Mendes is an American actress and model. She was born in Miami, Florida but raised in Los Angeles and is of Cuban-American heritage. She first started acting in college and first came to film loverâ€™s attention when she appeared in Training Day.
Eva loves to keep fit as it is a stress reliever and something she does every day. She loves to walk her dog, do light weights, and go jogging and do yoga.
Eva thinks the EasyToneâ€™s are great and she wears them every day. She loves that you can wear them for running around doing errands AND get a work out at the same time.
Eva loves the product and it is a dream for her that she has been asked to be ambassador of EasyTone.Â She grew up with Reebok and wore her pink high tops (translation: basketball boots) all of the time.
Reebok have also launched a range of clothes. The EasyTone Apparel features proprietary ResisToneâ„¢ bands, whose unique placement and tightness is designed to create resistance as you move making it harder for the wearer to move which activates key upper body and leg muscles. Eva finds the clothes very flattering especially the pants that â€˜lift the butâ€™.
Reebok EasyToneâ€™s have come under much scrutiny since their launch as many scientists and critics do not believe they do what they say on the label i.e. tone the leg and butt muscles. Many believe they are no better than normal trainers, saying that it is just the clever marketing and stylish look which has got people to buy them and walk more in order to reap the advertised benefit.
Whether they work or not, if they get people moving and more active that cannot be a bad thing. What do you thing of Reebok EasyTone trainers? Do you believe their technology results in a firmer physique? And what of the new clothes range available up to XL?
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