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Reebok Gets Decked Out

Reebok Gets Decked Out

For Immediate Release 12 May 2004


Remember the quintessential aerobics gear of the 1980s - Princess shoes, baggy sweats, a leotard and your trusty Reebok Step? 2005 sees the Reebok Step evolved into a highly versatile new format known as 'Reebok Deck', supported by a range of new fitness equipment and a new exercise strategy that works with the hardware.

The Reebok Deck is the perfect gym partner and an essential part of any exercise regime, offering a dynamic total-body workout. From stretching to cardio to toning and strength training, the Reebok Deck is so versatile it can be used for step training and as an incline / decline weights bench in a single routine. The Reebok Deck is complimented by a complete set of accessories - from dumb bells to a rebounder suspension system to batwing ropes to medicine and exercise balls.

The Reebok Deck is the jewel in the crown of a substantial new range of fitness and exercise equipment from Reebok, that includes a selection of Treadmills and Cross Trainers for the ultimate in home gym systems as well as a complete boxing range launching from July.

About Reebok:

Founded by Joseph William Foster of Bolton, England in 1895, Reebok's heritage originates from the creation of superior running shoes that enabled athletes to outperform their competition. Reebok' core values are based on performance and credibility. This includes products that enhance performance on the field of play as well as creating an exciting, innovative and consumer focused apparel and footwear. The Vector stands for better performance and results in sport and in life. Reebok is stocked through retailers such as Footlocker, Athletes Foot, Rebel, Rowe and Jarman and other sporting stores.


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