Susan and I often talk about how much we love walking — and how important walking is for our physical, mental and emotional well being. While our busy mom/work schedules can make finding time for exercise challenging, fortunately, I have a dog who demands tons of exercise! I am out walking AJ several times of day.
Having the right music for your mood can really add to a run or a walk. Thanks to Sony, I now can play music through my Sony Walkman. The songs were so quick and easy to load and it is ACTUALLY comfortable!
This tiny walkman was made with runners in mind — because they do actually stay in place. Once I put the Sony Walkman on and started out, I tested it by running and jumping around just to see if they fell out. I was impressed with how comfortable they are and especially of the fact that they stay in place when running. Oh — and the sound is amazing.
One of the other things I love about this device is that it comes pre-loaded with running tips from Olympic silver medalist and New York City Marathon winner, Meb Keflezighi and a Runners booklet with tips on running, nutrition, stretching, strategy and a list of Meb’s favorite motivational running songs.
The cool thing about the Sony Walkman is that a portion of sales goes to the MEB FOUNDATION in support of Health, Fitness, Education — Balance. I love when you can purchase a product and help the community all at the same time.
A few other neat features are the 3 minute quick charge, 8 hours of uninterrupted play and the functionality of moving your playlists with a touch of a button.
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Written by Janice Croze, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom.