You know we love our Ponya BAMs. The ultimate in multi-function, this tube shaped band of bamboo jersey is silky soft and serves some purposes you might not think of. We’ve already shared some Ponya Tips for using them in more traditional ways, including wearing one as a wrist band, over your hair for protection and warmth, and as a face covering. But it doesn’t stop there!
This blog will cover three ways to use your BAM that don’t involve wearing one on your head or over your hair. As trail use is rising and more people are opting for outdoor adventures, these tips may come in handy on your next outing.
The hot and humid days are upon us, those days where you can wring out every single piece of clothing you have on as soon as you finish a run, down to your socks. This time of year, keeping cool becomes a top priority for everyone. For athletes, this becomes even more important, and staying hydrated and in the shade isn’t always enough. And sometimes the shade seems non-existent.
While admittedly nothing will make you completely comfortable being active in the heat, any little bit helps. Our customers have 3 ways to make the most of our Bamboo Terry-Lined Sweatband’s thermo-regulating power.
We all know the feeling. You open the door to step outside and the air immediately starts clinging to you, any breeze feels like a hair dryer just turned on you and is out for revenge. You feel heavier somehow and get sapped as soon as you start getting active. Lunchtime runs or walks don’t get done, and by the time evening rolls around, it still feels like an oven out.
The earlier you get out to start, the more demoralizing the humidity can be. Let’s face it, we all expect it to be somewhat comfortable before dawn, but humidity doesn’t care. We at Ponya Bands have tried all sorts of tricks over the years to beat the humidity. This post will cover our three favorite tips for exercising on those high humidity days.