Floor Sweeping – A New Physical Fitness Craze

by | Dec 30, 2011 | Home And Garden

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Zumba® Fitness may be the latest dance exercise craze taking over the nation, but you can also get a good workout while using a Hoky floor sweeper to clean your home. Since this modern sweeper relies on your physical energy to clean floors and carpets, it can help improve your health in the process. It can also improve the air quality in your home by reducing dust and allergens released into the environment. It does not need electricity or batteries, so it reduces your carbon footprint as well.

Nobody looks forward to vacuuming, especially if it means lugging a heavy and cumbersome machine out of the closet. Then, you have to find an electrical outlet and endure its constant noise from the second you hit the “on” switch. Kids are often frightened, while pets run out of the room due to the loud sound your vacuum makes as it cleans the living room. Fortunately, you can avoid all of this inconvenience by using the new, fully self-powered vacuum, the Hoky Floor Sweeper.

There are numerous workout benefits you can also receive when you switch to an eco-friendly floor sweeper. For example, you can strengthen and tone your arms as you lightly push the sweeper back and forth. You can play your favorite tunes on your Mp3 player and dance your way around the house, attending to your cleaning chores while enjoying a healthy physical activity. You won’t even have to turn up the volume, since there will be no distracting noise from the motor overwhelming everything else around you.

Forget that deep feeling of dread you used to feel whenever you thought of vacuuming. Today’s vacuum is so enjoyable to use that you may even look for specks of dust on the floor as an excuse to use it. The Hoky floor sweeper is everything you expect a 21st century floor sweeper to be – modern, environmentally responsible and a valuable contributor to a healthier lifestyle. Consider purchasing a new sweeper today, not just as a necessity, but as an investment in the environment and your health.

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