Get Dressed Up For Fitness
First and foremost, our gym clothes should be comfortable, and should allow our body to move freely. When we’re going to the gym to lift weights and to sweat, those two factors should be at the top of our list. Similar to our everyday clothing, our success regarding looking good at the gym lies in the simplicity, and understated fashion of what we wear. Let’s face it, the gym is no longer a prison devoted solely to grunting, sweaty people. It is now a place to meet new people, make new friends, and possible business contacts as well. I believe that you don’t have to spend a fortune on gym gear to get the most from your exercise or your predetermined workout sessions. Here are a few simple rules to help the decision process next time you’re shopping for new workout wear.
Follow these amazing tips and you will feel the difference!!
Providing the correct support for your feet can help avoid heels spurs, shin splints and other injuries. First and foremost consider the type of exercise you do-a walking shoe needs a stronger structure than the running shoes. Running shoes has to be more flexible. Try to look at the soles of your old shoes- the wear is the extra guide to where you need extra support. Feet tend to swell when you exercise, as well as in the afternoon, so go for the shoe shopping at the end of the day.
Yoga is more popular than ever, and every month there seems to be another celebrity launching an expensive line of yoga gear. No doubt it looks very stylish, but what you need are clothes that you can forget about. In the middle of your Adho Mukha Svanasana, you don’t want to be tugging at a loose T-shirt that’s slipping down over your face. Choose a soft breathable top that is fitted, but not constricting. Likewise, yoga pants needs to allow movement. Avoid drawstrings as they can be uncomfortable while lying on your stomach.
Down and Dirty:
If you are heading outside to do a boot camp style exercises, you need to be you can comfortable. Firstly you are going to sweat heavily, so stick with natural fabrics so that you can breathe. Secondly there will be ground work, so avoid buckles, press studs and anything that will dig, into your skin. Remember, you will be kicking, jumping and punching around-the last thing you want to do is constantly readjusting your baggy clothing or worrying that everyone in the part can see right up your loose shorts. It can be embarrassing at times.
The Bouncing factor
A good sports bra is must no compromise on that. Inadequate support is not only uncomfortable, but can also result in permanent change to the breast tissue.Compression or shelf bras are fine if you are an A or B cup, but for Cs and above go for a bra with individual encapsulation cups. And always hand wash your bra. It helps extend life of the fabric so you will get less bounce for your money.
So, get up and get dressed up for Fitness!!!
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