Wearing the same combination throughout your training routine can be nowhere near beneficial as you may think. Every type of physical activity you involve yourself in, will in some way demand something different from yourself and from what you are wearing.
Variety is key to getting your levels of performance up and adding something different into your workout wardrobe. Below we have listed some stylish workout wear you need for different types of activity you will be doing!
Basketball continues to be one of the major sports in the world and works your body in different ways when practising it.
It is most definitely a sport that continues to look a lot easier than it actually is, especially as the pros make it look so easy. When it comes to your own basketball game, with practice it will pick up however, there are things you will need to look the part.
Look for mesh shorts that come down to the knee and pair it with a jersey or even a plain tee, just to ensure your colours match.
You can finish off your basketball outfit with the classic Nike Jordans or alternatively, look out for thick heeled trainers to help with the constant demands of the game.
You will see a lot of people in a lot of different outfits when they throw around some weights at the gym, however, it does not always mean they are best prepared.
Wearing anything to the gym can seem like a good idea, especially as you are drenched in sweat, however, the reality of it is not so great. Dry fits are always perfect for the gym, especially as it gives your body the opportunity to breathe when it is put through the vigorous process.
With the ever changing trends in fashion, you can easily confuse the ordinary joggers for gym joggers and it will not get you the best results. Look for brands like Under Armour that test their products to ensure that they are perfect when you wear them to the gym.
The same principle should be applied to any outerwear you look into and of course the t-shirt that you wear. Ordinary t-shirts are made from different materials and can often not help your body breathe when you begin to sweat.
No matter what level of football you play at, you should always have some form of football gear.
There are a number of colours you can choose from in regards to football, especially as different brands have taken on the football market. It will help you keep comfortable and will prepare you from any potential collisions there could be in the sport.
Again, there are brands such as Nike, adidas and New Balance that have created dry fit styles and muscle fits helping you breathe and participate in the sports without the need for constant adjustments, making you feel as comfortable as possible.
We finish the selection off with one of the toughest exercises you could possibly do, yoga. Yoga works muscles that you may not have exercised in a very long time.
Whether you are doing it religiously or you are doing for the first time your body and your clothes need to be prepared for what yoga is about to put you through. Yoga is about expression so look for something as comfortable as possible and style to stay away from tighter fits.
The looser the fitting, the more flexible you’ll be. Nike, Reebok and Sweaty Betty all offer different fittings and shapes so that you feel comfortable as you are holding positions for an extended amount of time.
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