28th May 2017
Meg Walker rounds up what’s happening in the world of health and fitness this month.?
This month sees the launch of Sony’s new WS620 Series waterproof and dust-proof Walkman, featuring Bluetooth wireless technology, allowing you to connect to your smartphone and work out anywhere – from the beach to snowy mountains, and even the sea or pool (yes, we mean it – these babies can be submerged in water up to two metres for as long as 30 minutes). Three minutes plugged in will give enough charge for an hourlong run, plus you can drag and drop tunes from your computer, and the Ambient Mode allows you to experience environmental sounds and chat to others without removing your earbuds. The bar just got raised. From €129 at sony.net.
Ring That Bell
Summer’s here – time to up your game. If you’ve yet to embrace the mighty kettlebell, this 4kg Davina option, approx €5 at Argos, should get you started.
Healthy As A Horse?
Kildare Village’s new horse box pop-ups are drawing interest from food-loving outlet shoppers, and this month sees Domini and Peaches Kemp’s healthy eating venture,? Alchemy Juice Co, take up residence, until the end of July. So you can grab a juice or salad to refuel your hunt for that perfect occasion outfit, kildarevillage.com.
Featured Image credit: Sony
This article originally appeared in the June issue of IMAGE magazine, on shelves nationwide now.?
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