Sports Bra

When it comes to working out, motivation plays a big part in your success. But what you wear also matters. Baggy sweats and cotton T-shirts may be comfy, but they can also wreak havoc on your body. Unintentionally revealing tops. Pants that catch on bike gears. Find out how the

Nowadays, the barre method has become a healthy obsession and naturally, fashion has evolved with the fitness craze. We’re talking pretty performance innovations built for the boutique workout, like compression leggings, sports bras with special support, and non slip toe socks to better activate the muscles during each movement.          

Flexibility, relaxation, less stress, even if you’ve never stepped foot in a yoga studio, you’ve probably heard all about the mind-body benefits of a regular yoga practice. It’s true: Getting your “om” on will help fire up your core and hone in on those hard-to-reach stomach, legs and harms muscles. In this simple routine

Workout clothes for women, once relegated to the back of the closet, are moving to the front of the fashion scene. Fitness is having a moment in fashion, where Yoga pants are the new jeans, neon sports bras have become the “it” accessory and long athletic socks are hipper than high heels.

Fitness tank tops with built-in bras have long since evolved from the unsupportive shelf versions you once rocked in middle school. The new crop features a separate yet connected undergarment for ease of movement and seamless dressing. These built in bra tank tops give you the support you need and the convenience

The hardest-working piece of fitness gear in your gym bag? Your sports bra! Research reveals your breasts can move as much as eight inches—up and down, side to side, and forward and backward—as you exercise. That’s why the right support is crucial, luckily, fitness brands have been paying attention. With advances in

If your breasts could talk, they’d probably tell you that they’re not thrilled when they see you lacing up your running shoes. In fact, breast pain is an issue for almost one in three marathon runners, according to a new study published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.