The Runner's Bag for training at home
They say that doing sports is at the same time building. More or less like making a house, depending on the foundation, you may get a thatch shed or a solid stone house. Each of the stones that one places based on effort make you a stronger athlete.
But now confinement is starting to take its toll. The first days passed quite well. The social networks and the challenges that appeared spontaneously helped to cope better with the situation, but things are becoming repetitive and the creativity to do exercises at home is beginning to end. The feeling of being like a beached whale, in no man's land, lost, disappointed, with lack of motivation.
Constancy needs the objective, they go hand in hand, and the absence of objective usually takes its toll: we lack the purpose, we neglect the obligation. After all, we are no longer obliged to do so. Children play when they feel like it, athletes aimlessly too.
And yet sometimes the only way to smell the sea again is to get away from it. So stopping sometimes helps you. It allows you to "reset" the system and start again.
And since the forecast that gyms and sports centers will reopen is not exactly optimistic, nothing better than to heal in health and get some sports equipment at home. Given this difficulty that we are all experiencing, we decided to comb the depleted indoor sporting goods market in order to offer you a meticulous selection in the form of a compilation highlighting the availability, quality, price and functionality of the products.
This ended up leading to the project that we present to you today with great enthusiasm: The Runner's Bag - Train at home, a new web space with the product recommendations of our team of specialists in physical exercise and sports equipment, according to two premises that have guided us in the execution: the needs (current demand) and the real utility of the product.