Wearing the right clothing can make the difference between an enjoyable workout and an hour of misery, and investing in some stylish workout clothing is the perfect motivation to get you moving. Whether you're hitting the gym, heading for the hills or exercising in the comfort of your own home, clothing makes a difference.
We have enough excuses not to exercise - you shouldn't let workout clothing be one more of them.
Some Gymwear brands create apparel for aesthetically aware athletes that genuinely can enhance performance. For example, one mistake many people make is wearing a cotton T-shirt for their workouts. Instead, a shirt designed to draw sweat away from the body and move it to the outer surface is much more suitable...
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If you're going to be perspiring a lot, make sure your base layer will keep you dry and comfortable. Look for a polyester/ Lycra blend or another synthetic material. These materials keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer—even when wet—and dry quickly. If you prefer natural materials, wool and bamboo exercise shirts naturally wick away moisture, too.
While you might be tempted to hide beneath baggy layers, you will feel more confident and sure of yourself if you wear an outfit that looks good on you and plays up your assets. If you feel good about yourself, you'll be inclined to exercise more often. Crossfit Clothing for example has been proven to improve performance in classes etc.
Consider the activities you do most, and make sure the clothes you buy are comfortable and appropriate for that activity. Most people can't go wrong with fitted workout Capri pants and a fitted performance top, but always try on clothes before you buy—and try a few of your signature workout moves in the dressing room to be sure.
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Crossfit is a brand and trademarked but the term is in wider use in the context here of clothing that is good for exercise variations. To be honest yoga is the only thing that forces women to have a tighter top and coverage where you need it (men too I guess) it's meaning good all round gym and training clothing that would be suitable for all kinds of training.
Makes sense. I haven't been to the gym for a long time but I'm sure a lot of people have regretted not wearing the appropriate gear.
Amazing article, I loved it. The way of your writing is really unique. I want to ask that what should a woman wear during that will feel comfortable and looks good too?