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Womens Athletic Clothing

"Womens athletic clothing has a lot to accomplish – functional, hard wearing, practical, stylish, sexy, and versatile."


Womens Athletic Clothing 101

by Steve Theunissen

You’re a woman who works out and you’re proud of it. You’ve worked hard to sculpt your body so it’s only natural that you want to present it to its best advantage. You want womens athletic clothing that’s going to look stylish and sexy.

You’re a woman who knows how to sweat. You train at the limit and beyond. You want womens athletic clothing that is functional and hard wearing.

You’re a woman who enjoys the rewards of her labour. You demand to present at your best before, during and after your exercise session. You want womens athletic clothing that will look cool anywhere, anytime.

Womens athletic clothing, then, has a lot to accomplish – functional, hard wearing, practical, stylish, sexy and versatile. To find womens athletic clothing that meets all of those criteria, you’re going to have to do a little digging. Before you do, though, you’d better get up to speed with a little Women’s Athletic Clothing 101.

Womens Athletic Clothing – A Primer

Socks – think all socks are created equal – think again. Socks need to be tried on like shoes to see whivh ones give you the best fit. You don’t want a pair of socks that are going to get soaked when you’re out running in the damp. Choose socks that lined with polar tectum for the proper insulation. Sockettes are functional, sexy and they won’t overheat your lower limbs. So start smart from the ground up with an educated eye when choosing womens athletic clothing footwear.

Sports bras – these items come in a variety of patterns and colors. A sports bra will prevent the annoying problem of slipping straps while exercising. Try on your sports bra in the store and then try a few stretches to see how comfortable it feels while you’re actually exercising. If you don’t get this part of your womens athletic clothing wardrobe right, your exercise sessions are going to be compromised.

T-shirts & singlets – You’ll want to select fabrics that allow your body to breath and pull the moisture away from the body. Look for a garment that is at least 95 % rayon with a lycra / spandex balance. This will provide for breathability while maintaining that extremely soft feel of a garment that moves with you. When it comes to sports tops, there are some top of the line womens athletic clothing product ranges out there.

Pants – Here is where breathability and moisture removal is paramount. You want a product that feels light and comfortable, that allows you to move easily through a full range of motion and that doesn’t require any readjustment at the waistline during exercise. Look for a product with a 90 % cotton / 10 % lycra spandex mix. Go with a roll waist or non-slip drawstring.

Keep these points in mind when shopping for your womens athletic clothing and you’ll be able to get the best out of your work-outs and look fantastic at the same time.



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