Fitness Fashion 201322:23:00
I decided regardless of situation...if you look good you without a doubt you feel good, and that still applies whilst you're working out. I'm not saying the next time you head to your gym to have a full face of make-up and wear your heels, but I do believe if you feel good in what you wear then you'll work out better.
I decided with the New Year and all the new years resolutions, I'd attempt to inspire the fitness goals by embracing their fashion. There are so many fantastic fitness brands out there creating seriously beautiful items, that are technically flawless for exercising.
I have created some style ideas for 4 of my most favourite ways to keep fit; yoga, running, cycling and aerobics.
Yoga Leggings - Sweaty Betty Kriya Yoga Leggings - £29.00
Sports Bra - Champion Seamless Pink Sports Bra - £30.95
Flip Flops - Accessorize Metallic Bead Seagrass Flip Flops - £12.00
Yoga Mat Bag - Gaiam Zippered Tree of Life Tote Bag - £18.95
Yoga Mat - USA Pro Pink Yoga Mat - £6.99
Yoga Mug - McLaggan Smith Mugs Keep Calm do Yoga - £4.80
Tea - Twinings Pure Camomile 80'S Tea Bags 120G - Groceries - Tesco!
Long Sleeve Running Top - Nike Miler Long Sleeve Running Top - £24.99
Trainers - Nike Free Run + 2 Ext - £124.95
Socks - Hilly Monoskin Supreme Womens Anklet White/Pink -£12.00
Bottle - Sweaty Betty Run Water Bottle - £5.00
Sensor - Nike and Ipod Sensor - £15.97
I have a love hate relationship with running, I love to run when I want to and hate feeling I have to. For example, I'll sometimes wake on a sunny Sunday morning and feel like popping my Ipod on and running, but if I know I've got a half marathon to train for I will hate feeling the pressure. I adore the fact H&M have an affordable sorts range now so those running tights I've chosen are fabulous.