Motor Electric Bicycle


Ride comfortably with an comfortable ergonomic fitness saddle.

Track battery life, speed and distance.

With cables internally routed in the bike frame gives it a clean stylish look.

  • 1 x Populo Sport E-Bike
  • 1 x Charging Adapter
  • 1 x 10mm Wrench
  • 1 x 15mm Wrench
  • 1 x 10-In-1 Hex Tool

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Fitness Wear – Dress For Success



How to decide which workout clothing is best, and get the most results to boost your performance. Choosing the right athletic clothing is paramount when starting an exercise agenda. I’m sure that you’ve come across the saying “dress for success“. Well, it also applies to your fitness gear. Obviously, you shouldn’t go out on your daily walk/run wearing dress pants or hard leather This outfit wouldn’t be conducive to that activity. So, “dress for success” holds factual components still in the subject of aerobics, exercising, and any sports activity.  In other words – the clothing you choose influences your performance on the sports field and in the gym. Why wear an outfit that will suppress your purpose of exercising? Hmmm, just doesn’t seem like the right thing to do!!!

 Why you need to be focused on what you are wearing when you go to the gym, or for that run in the morning. It does matter…


Looking Good And Feeling Good On Your Daily Run:

When you are wearing the appropriate gear for your morning run (jogging suit and sneakers made for running), you will be more poised and energetic. The appropriate workout outfit will allow you to be relaxed and focused on the activity at hand. Because you are comfortable, and relaxed; your performance will increase. And, in retrospect; the success to reaching your goal will (in many cases) exceed  your expectations.


Studies in the field of cognition have shown the positive impact of wearing the right clothes for your workplace. Termed en-clothed cognition, this phenomenon extends to sports and fitness too. The boost could be an increase in confidence – if you know you look great – chances are you will act it out too. If you like what you are wearing on your run, there is a greater chance you will want to continue running.

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Peaceful Morning



The morning is the most magical part of the day. The whole world rises, the sun comes up, every flower and tree blossoms, the park is full of people jogging, taking a walk on the beach or walking their dogs. Students go to school, other people go to work or simply start working on their daily tasks. Our first thoughts have a huge impact on our mood and energy for the day. Choose good ones!!!


Psalm 143:8

Let me hear in the morning of your steadfast love, for in you I trust. Make me know the way I should go, for to you I lift up my soul.


Imagine enjoying a little early morning me time, writing a few pages, finishing your coffee before it got cold. Rushing to accomplish tasks is bad for the nervous system and the quality of our day. Instead of reaching for your phone, try a slow mindful exercise. We can’t be sure it would work, but we can really want it too. Such as, turn away from the computer/tablet/smart-phone and sit for a moment noticing the sensations in your mind and body. Let’s start the Rise and Shine challenge with a lot of hope.


Things we can do to create a relaxing start of a day…

  • Create a morning routine. And make it a relaxing one.
  • Prepare the night before.
  • Start the day with a relaxing shower or bath.
  • Get in some morning exercise.
  • Work when it’s quiet.
  • Create a clutter-free environment.
  • Turn off the distractions.

Psalm 18:32-36

“It is God who arms me with strength and makes my way perfect. He makes my feet like the feet of a deer. He enables me to stand on the heights. Trains my hands for battle; my arms can bend a bow of bronze. You give me your shield of victory, and your right hand sustains me; you stoop down to make me great. Broaden the path beneath me, so that my ankles do not turn.”


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New Year Resolutions



The Bible doesn’t mention making resolutions at the beginning of a new year–but it does urge us to examine our lives regularly, and to seek God’s help to become better persons every day.

Some Resolutions to consider

  1. Engage with people more than technology.
  2. Take your soul seriously.
  3. Increase your kindness.
  4. Choose someone to forgive.
  5. In forgiving, include yourself.

Lamentations 3:40.

“Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the Lord”

Every January, millions of people begin their year with New Year’s resolutions. Losing weight, getting organized (my email is a mess), exercising more, eating healthier, and managing finances better are some of the most common resolutions. But what about making spiritual New Year’s resolutions?

We make commitments and tell our friends and family on January 1st, only to give it all up by January 3rd. But as humans, our struggle for consistency goes way beyond resolutions. Making commitments we can’t keep runs all through society, back to Biblical times. In the Bible, James spoke of some people who can teach us a valuable lesson about great intentions that aren’t aligned with God’s will:


Philippians 4:13

“I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.”

John 15:5

“I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.”


If God is the center of your New Year’s resolution, it has chance for success, depending on your commitment to it. If it is God’s will for something to be fulfilled, He will enable you to fulfill it. So, if a resolution is not God honoring and/or is not in agreement in God’s Word, we will not receive God’s help in fulfilling the resolution.


1 Timothy 6:11

As we begin this new year, pause right now and ask God to show you what He wants to do in your life during this coming year. Resolve to grow closer to Christ every day, and with the help of His Holy Spirit to “pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance and gentleness”