I want to get a spark shirt too, but when I checked the Spark store they did not have one in the size, style, and color that I wanted. It seemed like they were missing "Large" in a lot of cases. I expect that their Large and Extra-Large items are popular items.
Fitness Minutes: (41,435) Posts: 9,039 4/28/12 4:36 P
UMALILITH, I think I was here a year or longer before I bought something from the Spark People store. You can find the store by looking along the top of the window, in the orange and red tabs. The Community tab shows as red (or dark orange), and the next (and last) tab says Store. If you hover over that, you'll find a few options. Clicking the bottom option will get you to all the SP merchandise.
Fitness Minutes: (165) Posts: 16 4/23/12 10:36 A
Goooooood Morrrrrning Pioneer Valley ~ I have not... any thing to date. I'm still trying to figurre my way around the site.. funny I stumbled upon my home area :-) I do not do DVD's... I walk my dog.. and I enjoy being outside ~ hence small garden this year. Hats, T-shirts, bags... ???? WELL, could some one give me a JUMPSTART as to where I could find these items:-) Oh yeah, I do like being "apart of..."
Oh, one more thing. When I first joined SparkPeople and started batch cooking, I thought about buying one of their "tupperware" sets. Got a much larger set of containers by going to a restaurant supply place and getting plastic take-out containers. I think we each got 75 containers and we each paid $20?
I too bought the book, although I think I did it out of some weird sense of loyalty, rather than ever having any intention of reading it. I was at my goal weight already when it came out. I love to read, but mostly literature or professional or political stuff.
Bought a gym bag, too. It's tiny - just right for my swim suit and shower supplies for when I swim at Century Fitness before work and don't want a second big bag to lug around all day. It was actually the cheapest thing I could find with the size and features I wanted, even considering eBay. And it's pretty well-made, which rather surprised me.
So funny to read this, I too have the book and I did not finish it either . I do not have much time for reading. I bought the excercise set with stability ball, resistance band. I wish I had an exercise room because I do not have much space for exercising at home hence why I have a gym membership. I always wanted to get a dhirt but never have yet, it is a great idea if we do some of the 5 ks!!!
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Fitness Minutes: (21,009) Posts: 3,541 4/14/12 10:42 P
The Sparkpeople website is free for all of us to use. That's what attracted me to it in the first place. Weight Watchers charges money but any of us can come to SparkPeople and use their trackers, teams, and message boards for free.
Eventually I bought the Spark book. Did I finish it? Nope! :-) I am not one to follow someone else's food plan and once I got to the 28 day menu thing I was done.
How about those Spark dvds? Yup. I think I bought one of those eventually too. Do I know where it is? Maybe. Have I used it lately? Nope. In all fairness though I RARELY get use of the living room alone. Using a workout dvd is a rare thing for me. I am happy to have it, but really I don't get to use any of my dvds much. It's nothing personal on Spark. It's just how my life is set up.
So how about you? Have you bought the book? the cookbook? the dvds? What about the Sparkpeople t-shirts, water bottles, or other gear?
Tell us about it! Is it worth it? Do you like it? Is the shipping reasonable? etc.
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