We tried a lot of equipment and routines and found what worked for us and we've tried to stick with things where we know people have seen results.
Macomb township, MI (PRWEB) August 20, 2008
Mark and his wife, Barbara, are the proprietors of http://www.Health.MBSOnlineProducts.com, a webstore that specializes in affordable fitness equipment. "There was a lot of trial and error," added Barbara when asked about the choice of her company's equipment. "We tried a lot of equipment and routines and found what worked for us and we've tried to stick with things where we know people have seen results."
Founded in the winter of 2007, http://www.Health.MBSOnlineProducts.com is poised to become a powerful resource for people who want to search for exercise equipment. Carrying a diverse catalog of dumbbells, exercise bikes, elliptical trainers and several other items, the Sejnowskis use their experience to determine the quality of their products.
"We belong to the health club nearby and we've found which machines we like, which we would use more," said Mark. "We talk to the trainers and the other people and listened to what they like and what they have to say and what works for them. We've gotten a lot of feedback."
In addition to their store, the couple has also launched a sister blog with http://www.MBSOnlineProductsBlog.com. "We try to take an idea to write about a product or a technique of doing something - like a home gym - or something specific regarding exercises," said Mark. "We want to discuss new products. It's our testimonial, on way or the other, about different ways of practicing health and fitness."
While other fitness stores focus on trendy new exercise machines and look at the fitness as an at-the-moment activity, http://www.Health.MBSOnlineProducts.com takes the long-term approach, speaking openly about the merits of a balanced diet in addition to exercising regularly. As they run toward their one year anniversary, they will no doubt change the lives of people who simply want to run themselves - just without losing their breaths going up the stairs.