Use the kybun mat to make housework fun
The soft, springy kybun mat allows you to stand up while carrying out activities that are normally done while sitting down. Whether you’re working on the computer, ironing or watching TV, the kybun mat enables you to exercise without taking up any additional time. The soft, flexible springy mat trains muscles, releases tension and improves posture. Integrate the kybun mat into your everyday routine and discover how much fun exercise can be.
There’s nothing comfier than a kybun shoe
Enjoy walking on air at home with half-open kybun shoes. Kybun shoes weren’t made for walking; you float on a soft, springy, honeycomb of air cushioning. Every step momentarily launches you into a state of weightlessness. kybun shoes take the strain off your back, strengthen your muscles and are kind on your joints. The ideal everyday shoe is made with permeable netting to allow your feet to breath. It is possible to remove and adjust the heel straps, allowing you to wear three different versions for wear and simply slip the shoe on and off.
You can buy your bread rolls in any shop, or you can come to our bakery to buy them. We do things a little differently compared to all the other shops, and that’s why our bread rolls are as good as they are. They may cost a little more, but just like these shoes, you’ll be back for more. Customers come back to buy a bread roll, and I’m going to continue buying and wearing kybun shoes.
One advantage is that you're not as tired in the evening, and don't have such bad knee pain. One disadvantage is that you have to get used to the shoes at the start. At first it's tough, until you've built up the muscles. But at some point it's no longer an issue. In the winter I'll have to try out the shoes with a higher shaft, or the snow will get in the top.
I think it’s important for people who are in the same situation as I was in three weeks ago to know that there is hope. That not all hope is lost just because it takes effort and discomfort to stand in the kitchen and cook, and perhaps not be able to do anything else afterwards. I really believe that if you have painful feet when you’re walking, moving, or going out it’s at least worth a try. The advice you get here is fantastic. I only know the shop in Rüti because it’s near to where I live. They made a huge effort to advise me, to make recommendations, and to help me, and they wouldn’t let me leave until I was 100% sure that I had the right shoe.
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