With the summer arriving, it’s right that we talk about working to get the bikini body. Whether you’ve set goals to lose weight tone up or just to get your fitness up, it’s always good to feel comfortable while working but also to look good! Here’s a look at some womens gym clothes that will be trending in 2018.
Sports Bra Tops
It’s not a style for everyone but if you like the idea of working out in your sports bra, you’re in luck, it’s a thing now! You don’t need to use the smallest sports bra either, a lot of companies are designing styled bras that look to be more a top rather than underwear. It’s a great option if you like to work up a sweat and don’t what a clingy top on. Check out some of the more prominent brands too; they offer womens activewear which will match up a sports bra with bottoms.
High Waisted Leggings
A current trend that is ticking all the boxes. High waisted leggings are practical and stylish for strength and cardio training sessions. They offer the wearer and slimmer silhouette while supporting muscles around the leggings and torso during the high impact exercises. The style matches up perfectly with crop tops and sports bras, but you can virtually wear leggings with any type of top your most comfortable in. It’s a popular trend that can be bought in the plain matching colours, or you can add some flair to your gym routine with a printed pair!
Perfect for summer and outdoor training, Short training shorts go well with oversizes tops, vests and again sports bras. It’s always good to multi-task and work on the tan while exercising. You can pretty much match up shorts with any style of top or hoodies, and the current trend includes going for a brighter retro pair and embracing the amateur training style.
One of the best ways to keep up with your performance has now also become a fashion trend. Smartwatches come in all different shapes and sizes so you’ll likely find the perfect match. They offer a more technical style for the gym, and they work as an excellent guide for any outdoor exercises you enjoy, measuring heart rate, distance and time more commonly.
All trends that are easy to get on board with and work amazingly well for good weather outdoor training. The majority of these trends can be partnered up with each other and offer more benefits than just looking good.