So, can you believe we’re already one month into the new year? How are your resolutions holding up so far? If you made fitness a goal for this year but find it hard to stay on schedule, get some extra motivation with stylish work out clothing from Sweaty Betty. It just always seems easier to get to the gym when you feel confident in what you’re wearing (this is true in all things actually). And who can say they wouldn’t rather throw on some comfortable yoga pants instead of skinny jeans once in awhile?
Shop by activity or key look if you know what you’re looking for at the Sweaty Betty website. Also, be sure to check out their ‘knowledge” feature for helpful information on fabric technology, product testing, and specific guides to things like running shoes and finding the perfect sports bra.
Of course, their yoga clothing is not only useful for practicing yoga but, also comfortable and cute enough for running errands around town. Some of our favorites for doing double duty or if you’re just looking for comfort are the Soul Long Sleeve Yoga Tee $65 and the Karma Yoga Pant $65.
If running is your choice for staying active, choose from comfortable lightweight jackets, tanks, running tights, shorts and sports bras in cute color combinations and prints. We like the Chill Resistor $105 (shown below) for those colder days. It’s even cute and warm enough to wear when you aren’t running.
Another can’t miss item for runners is the Ultra Run Bra $65. It features compression panels with padded shoulder straps. Finally a comfortable sports bra that does its job! Be sure to check out their Bra Guide for help in sizing and types of bras.
Not only does Sweaty Betty outfit you with high-performance clothing, but they also carry all kinds of gear and accessories for workouts, yoga, swimming, running, skiing and more. The Skipping Rope $16 is perfect for a quick little workout when you can’t get to the gym. We can’t wait to try the Blister Resist Socks $25 too! Have fun shopping and getting active!
Disclosure: We have been compensated for this post. Opinions expressed here are our own.