Green Cleaning Your Exercise Equipment
We love to get a little sweaty. There’s nothing like the satisfaction of a crushing a good workout, whether it be a power yoga class, an early morning spin, the late night 10 k, or just lifting some satisfyingly
Getting zen and bendy can come with an added side of sweaty side effects. After every yoga
Get A Better Bottle
You know that plastic water bottle you love so much? You need comes to terms that it’s time to end the relationship. The plastic used in the production of the majority of water bottles contains Bisphenol A (or BPA) which mimics estrogen in the body. This chemical can be harmful to babies or children, which is why it was banned in baby bottles. The replacement for BPA is BPS (Bisphenol S) and is just as problematic. Bacteria also tends to hold on more aggressively on these plastics.
Go green with glass or steel. These water bottles are easy to clean and won’t warp with heat. Put some white vinegar in the dishwasher with these bottles and you’re right on the green train.
Clean your gear
Dirty, dark, (and moist) gym bags are great for fungi. They grow in the interior of those bags, so how do you keep these clean and green? There are several ways. Instead of putting your used gym strip back into your bag, put them in a reusable bag, and empty it and the bag directly into the washer with half a cup of white vinegar and a few drops of lemon essential oil.
Don’t forget about your shoes! Like your clothes, slip them into a reusable bag before throwing them into your gym bag. Once you get home, use AspenClean All-Purpose Spray to naturally disinfect, scrub them with a cleaning toothbrush, and dry them with a course microfiber cloth.
Your body is the most important piece of all your workout equipment. If you decide to take a quick shower at the gym or after a class, make sure you bring a thin layer of
Be safe and healthy getting your sweat on this spring!