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Fitness Apparel

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I love clothes, specially branded clothes. And I have to have a full collection of good workout clothes- some nice T’s, loose comfortable, breathable clothes.

Recently Ed Hardy has been launched in Delhi. And I love their trendy designs.
They are not necessarily fitness apparel, but you can wear their T’s etc as part of cool, chic, casual clothing. And they also have some track pants etc. I like their logo- Love Kills Slowly.

The store also has Christian Audigier. Must say the range is superb. Vibrant colors -which is so very- ME. Prices are bit expensive but the quality is excellent and their products do stand out.

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September 30, 2008 at 5:43 pm

Fitness Apparel

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I love clothes, specially branded clothes. And I have to have a full collection of good workout clothes- some nice T’s, loose comfortable, breathable clothes.

Recently Ed Hardy has been launched in Delhi. And I love their trendy designs.
They are not necessarily fitness apparel, but you can wear their T’s etc as part of cool, chic, casual clothing. And they also have some track pants etc. I like their logo- Love Kills Slowly.

The store also has Christian Audigier. Must say the range is superb. Vibrant colors -which is so very- ME. Prices are bit expensive but the quality is excellent and their products do stand out.

Written by kiransawhney

September 30, 2008 at 5:43 pm

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All exercise clothing should be loose-fitting to permit freedom of movement, and should make the wearer feel comfortable and self-assured.

As a general rule, you should wear lighter clothes than temperatures might indicate. Exercise generates great amounts of body heat. Light-colored clothing that reflects the sun’s rays is cooler in the summer, and dark clothes are warmer in winter. When the weather is very cold, it’s better to wear several layers of light clothing than one or two heavy layers. The extra layers help trap heat, and it’s easy to shed one of them if you become too warm.

In cold weather, and in hot, sunny weather, it’s a good idea to wear something on your head. Wool watch or ski caps are recommended for winter wear, and some form of tennis or sailor’s hat that provides shade and can be soaked in water is good for summer.

Never wear rubberized or plastic clothing. Such garments interfere with the evaporation of perspiration and can cause body temperature to rise to dangerous levels.

The most important item of equipment for the runner is a pair of sturdy, properly-fitting running shoes. Training shoes with heavy, cushioned soles and arch supports are preferable to flimsy sneakers and light racing flats.

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July 23, 2008 at 8:44 am

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workout clothing

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All exercise clothing should be loose-fitting to permit freedom of movement, and should make the wearer feel comfortable and self-assured.

As a general rule, you should wear lighter clothes than temperatures might indicate. Exercise generates great amounts of body heat. Light-colored clothing that reflects the sun’s rays is cooler in the summer, and dark clothes are warmer in winter. When the weather is very cold, it’s better to wear several layers of light clothing than one or two heavy layers. The extra layers help trap heat, and it’s easy to shed one of them if you become too warm.

In cold weather, and in hot, sunny weather, it’s a good idea to wear something on your head. Wool watch or ski caps are recommended for winter wear, and some form of tennis or sailor’s hat that provides shade and can be soaked in water is good for summer.

Never wear rubberized or plastic clothing. Such garments interfere with the evaporation of perspiration and can cause body temperature to rise to dangerous levels.

The most important item of equipment for the runner is a pair of sturdy, properly-fitting running shoes. Training shoes with heavy, cushioned soles and arch supports are preferable to flimsy sneakers and light racing flats.

Written by kiransawhney

July 23, 2008 at 8:44 am

Posted in workout clothing

workout clothing

leave a comment »


All exercise clothing should be loose-fitting to permit freedom of movement, and should make the wearer feel comfortable and self-assured.

As a general rule, you should wear lighter clothes than temperatures might indicate. Exercise generates great amounts of body heat. Light-colored clothing that reflects the sun’s rays is cooler in the summer, and dark clothes are warmer in winter. When the weather is very cold, it’s better to wear several layers of light clothing than one or two heavy layers. The extra layers help trap heat, and it’s easy to shed one of them if you become too warm.

In cold weather, and in hot, sunny weather, it’s a good idea to wear something on your head. Wool watch or ski caps are recommended for winter wear, and some form of tennis or sailor’s hat that provides shade and can be soaked in water is good for summer.

Never wear rubberized or plastic clothing. Such garments interfere with the evaporation of perspiration and can cause body temperature to rise to dangerous levels.

The most important item of equipment for the runner is a pair of sturdy, properly-fitting running shoes. Training shoes with heavy, cushioned soles and arch supports are preferable to flimsy sneakers and light racing flats.

Written by kiransawhney

July 23, 2008 at 8:44 am

Posted in workout clothing