What kind of workout clothing do you prefer?
Almost all of my workout clothes are c9 by Champion from Target. Nothing too fancy and since I was hoping to lose weight (I’ve already had to buy next size down in pants) I didn’t want anything too expensive. I have exactly enough to get through a week’s worth of workouts and a washing machine.
Most were purchased when Target was having a sale or when items were clearanced. A few of the stores around me have been remodeled to add fresh food. I noticed they rearrange the store, make departments temporarily smaller and merchandise is clearanced more frequently so any time I visit a store, I swing through the fitness clothing. Since it is the change of seasons in the Midwest, the clothing is changing too so some of the shorts and short-sleeve and tanks are marked down. It appears the colors I like (black) are not often available on the website otherwise I wouldn’t find it too hard to rack up $50 worth to get free shipping.
Occasionally, I check TJ Maxx and Marshalls because they have the regular Champion clothing line for prices often better than Target.
I used to not wear the fitted pants because I was very self conscious and because someone made a comment about Axl Rose’s bicycle shorts (mine are not white!). Then, I had one of several gym mishaps in which try to picture me wearing the loose yoga pants. The toe of my left foot snagged the leg of my right pant while doing some HIIT moves and took me down. Then, in spinning I wore sweatpant-type shorts and after a few rounds of jumps and having to adjust my shorts so I wasn’t mooning the people behind me, I understood why everyone else wore fitted bottoms.
In short, you need to dress how you’re most comfortable, the way that makes you want to put those clothes on and do your workout.
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