The Right Bra


Thursday 4 April 2019

The coming of Spring isn’t just about nature coming back to life, longer days, and the sweet smell of blossoms in the air. The warmer temperatures mean its times to come out of the fitness centers and gyms and return to the outdoors where running belongs. This ever-popular sport is complemented by other activities that can move outdoors, such as yoga or cross-fit. The question is, how are you going to prepare for the new season? What piece of clothing is most important for exercising outside?

Being active is natural, but sports can put a strain on the body, either in terms of positions, feelings, or physiological performance. Your clothing should therefore help you feel as comfortable as possible while you put in the work. In the outdoors, this also means handling shifts in temperature and weather. Activewear needs to fit perfectly and don’t be afraid of tight-fitting clothes. Functional apparel removes moisture from the skin and provides better heat insulation, while compression apparel helps improve the blood flow to the muscles.

The Right Bra is a Must

Although the bra is usually the least visible part of the exercise outfit, it is absolutely essential. Don’t skim on your sports bra. Determine what sport you are going to use it for and then chose the right type of support. Less supportive bras are appropriate for low-impact activities like yoga and Pilates, while highly-supportive ones are for more intensive sports like running or tennis. You can find high-quality sports bras on offer at ADIDAS or Nike.



Don’t Be Afraid of Colors

Allow yourself a bit of creativity with your activewear and indulge your playfulness in a myriad of colors and patterns that you can mix and match to express yourself. Not only that, but runners can also make themselves more visible to drivers this way. Remember, the more expressive the color, the more joy you’ll have from your exercise.


Not a Single Step Without the Right Shoes

Choosing the right shoes sounds easy enough, but the opposite is actually true. In order to avoid your whole body feeling sore, you need to put the right shoes on your feet. They should be made out of a solid material that is resilient while also being flexible to prevent the shoes from limiting your movement. You should also remember that each type of sport requires a different type of shoe. Deeper treads with greater surfaces are appropriate for natural surfaces, while smoother and harder terrain takes a smoother outer sole.