Celebrity beach snaps inspire Daily Mirror readers to get fit
Mirror Reader Offers, the official offers website of the Daily and Sunday Mirror, says readers of the two papers are taking advantage of deals on manual treadmills and other fitness equipment after being inspired by photos of celebs on holiday.
With the holiday season now underway, several famous celebrities have been showing off their toned figures while enjoying some sun on gorgeous sandy beaches, yachts and other glamorous locations. As readers of the Daily and Sunday Mirror start to plan their own holidays, many are making efforts to get in shape with the help of home fitness equipment.
A spokesperson for Mirror Reader Offers said: "We'd all like to be in better shape and seeing beautiful celebrities looking great on their hols only serves as a reminder that we could be making more effort.
"Many of us don't have the time or money to visit the gym, which is why home fitness equipment, such as manual treadmills, weights, exercise belts and pull up bars are all popular at the moment. Our Total Strider manual treadmill has been very popular, especially as we're able to provide a £50 discount on the original retail price."
In recent weeks, stars such as Denise Van Outen (Big Breakfast), Ricky Whittle (Hollyoaks), Audrina Partridge (The Hills) and Mark Wright (TOWIE) have been photographed showing off their sculpted physiques in sun-kissed locations. While Mirror Reader Offers says it's unfair to compare ourselves to celebrities who have the time and finances to dedicate to achieving the body beautiful, there's nothing wrong with using them as inspiration for your own targets.
"It's worth nothing that most celebrities maintain their physiques for their work, especially actors. Plus, they have personal trainers to work with them every day," the spokesperson said. "However, they can be useful as a source of inspiration and motivation."
The Total Strider folding treadmill sold by Mirror Reader Offers is one of 8,500 products chosen to help with everyday living. It features an upright handle for all-body workout and has a choice of two inclines. Because it's designed for home use, it folds neatly into a slim 60cm unit that can be stored away easily.
For more information about the manual treadmill, visit http://www.mirrorreaderoffers.co.uk/item-ee-2415-laa/total-strider/ today.