Reebok B21235 Double Sided Yoga Mat, 6mm (Blue)
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- Reebok branding in front
- Yoga mats are really about grips-special texture
- Comes under the flexibility component
- Material: Other
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The 6mm Yoga mat from Reebok is a semi-sticky PVC mat with inner cotton scrim. Designed specifically to provide extra comfort and grip. Whether you're a beginner or seasoned Yoga professional, you'll know that the thickness and quality of your Yoga mat is important in ensuring your hands and knees are cushioned throughout your practice, yet it needs to be easy to roll up and store away. Ticking all of those boxes and feeling good underfoot, the 6mm thick shock absorbent Yoga mat from Reebok is the perfect choice.Featuring a non-slip 'sticky' surface texture, stability and posture is easily maintained - especially when executing the more challenging one leg balance moves such as a standing split or the extended-hand-to-big-toe. The double-sided Yoga mat, 173 x 61cm in size, offers good balance and traction for every move, is abrasion resistant and comfy for your feet, not only that but it's a breeze to clean after use. Material, thickness and texture are all important qualities to look for in a Yoga mat, but so too is colour and design, especially when you're seeking a mat that complements your Yoga attire! In an eye-catching Blue & Green coloured reversible design, you're sure to be the envy of your Yoga class.
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The standard yoga mat is the ubiquitous cheap rubber one which gives you cushioning from impact on the floor and a sticky texture to help you hold asanas, They generally cost around £10 and they're all pretty much the same. If you want to show off you use a fabric mat (as they make holding asanas much more difficult and work your muscles more), rather than paying more for a branded rubber mat.
As rubber yoga mats go, this works well enough. But no better or worse than cheaper ones. The picture shows it being used grey side up, and personally I found grey side up more effective, but you could use it either way. The Reebok branding can't be removed.
For the price I'd expect it to come with a carrying bag (it doesn't), and it's a bit annoying that it's recommended you wash the mat before use. That's assuming I'm reading the pictorial instructions correctly (see photo attached).
It works, but cheaper mats work just as well. If you're buying it for the branding be aware that gym faux yoga classes may be impressed by branding, but real yoga classes aren't. Paying more than necessary for a mat, and flaunting branding, is considered a bit pretentious and against the spirit of yoga and it's teachings. Rather than look 'professional', you'll look a fool.