AfterShockz Goes Pink


I can be honest and admit when it comes to my headphone game I am usually all about whatever is trendy or in at the moment. That hasn’t worked out so well for me because I’ve ended up spending a whole bunch of money on headphones that fall out while I am trying to “sweat it out” in the gym, are entirely too strong and literally make my eardrums hurt, or were too heavy for an intense workout.  

Then, I met AfterShockz.  I became familiar with their line of headphones via a campaign they are doing with my Sweat Pink fam and I promise you, I get motivated to get up, get out, and get a good workout in simply because hearing the music is finally no longer a chore. You see, the key to a good workout (for me, personally) is the music that I am listening to. Music can shift my mood, make me happy, and give me the surge I need to get in that extra mile.

What stands out about these headphones? More than anything it is the simple and sleek design. At first, I was nervous about how I was going to get these things around all of this hair, but then I realized all of this hair is perfect for this particular design.  My first trial with Aftershokz Trekz Titanium was during staff development at work and I had eight hours of good vibes via my playlist while still being able to clearly hear everything that was going on around me!

These headphones are super lightweight and comfortable and are known as the”the safest alternative to traditional sport headphones and earbuds.” The bone conduction technology and open ear design give you an amazing music experience without having to risk any other conveniences.  You can take calls, be active, sweat, and your headphones will still be secure on your head. It’s like it was made just for athletes and fitness junkies!  

And, guess what!? These limited edition pink phones will not only elevate your fitness experience but, they will also be giving back in a MAJOR way. For every unit sold between now and October 31st, Aftershokz will donate 25% of the proceeds to Bright Pink, a non-profit organization that focuses on breast and ovarian cancer awareness and education.  Ultimately, you can help spread the word by making a purchase and getting #AwareWithPink! Can I count on you to help?

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