Working out is a great way to stay healthy and feel better about yourself. It also helps you keep fit and trim for summer, which is especially important if you’re into athletic personal training or just someone who wants to look good in your bathing suit. If you’re mostly into outdoor fitness training what do you do if the weather isn’t cooperating? What if it’s too cold, raining or snowing outside? You want to keep your momentum to work out but the weather is making it difficult. You need to have a backup plan so you don’t lose momentum on your fitness journey. Time to adapt and stay on track. That’s right.. Time to do a home workout or head to the gym.
Have a Plan for Any Type of Workout
Having a plan for all types of workouts, both indoor and outdoor, can help you avoid missing workouts due to weather and other potential roadblocks. You can still get a great workout no matter what—with plenty of options for how to dress—and get everything out of your session no matter where you end up working out. So let’s take a look at some of my favorite outfits for indoor training…
Finding the Right Outfit For Working Out
So, you’ve decided to work out indoors in the gym or at home. Great! But you need to know the best fitness fashions tips and trends. Chances are you already know about the many benefits of physical activity for your health as well as mental wellness. If you’re working out in a gym or other facility with air conditioning, then it’s important that your clothing be breathable (as opposed to waterproof). You also want something that’s not too tight or restrictive so that your muscles can move freely during exercise and avoid injury. Finally, if possible try not to wear anything 100% cotton (or any fabric made from cotton) because this material absorbs sweat and makes it harder for your body cool itself down during exercise–which could lead to overheating or dehydration.
A Good Pair of Shoes is a Must
If you’re going to be training indoors, a good pair of high quality shoes is a must. Good shoes will help you avoid injury and fatigue. They can also make your workouts more comfortable and enjoyable. Many people wear designer sneakers for workout which, no doubt, is a good option, you can also go for any other footwear according to your taste and workout style!
Some of the top shoe brands do a good job at incorporating both form and function, to make an excellent final product. Unfortunately some brands focus more on their styling and as a result offer inferior products. Ideally, if you can find a pair of workout shoes with a look that speaks to your taste that’s made by a top brand. You can have the best of both worlds: Form and Function!
Bad shoes, on the other hand, can cause real problems. Training sneakers which lack proper support and quality construction can cause pain and injuries to your joints and muscles. The tricky part about bad shoes causing injuries is that it can happen slowly over a relatively long period of time. Low quality training shoes which may look and even feel great could be slowly stressing your joints.
Toe Socks Keep Your Feet Dry
Toe socks come in a variety of styles and thicknesses, but all provide similar benefits: they keep your feet dry (and therefore warmer), prevent blisters from forming on the bottom of your feet, protect against athlete’s foot and other fungal infections caused by dampness or moisture buildup under sweaty socks/shoes/sandals etc., help prevent calluses from forming on top surfaces such as toes and heels due to friction against hard surfaces over long periods of time (think treadmill running).
Running Shorts & Sports Bra
Running shorts and a sports bra are the ultimate combo for indoor training. Gym shorts are light, breathable, and allow you to move freely in all directions–which is crucial when you’re working out on an exercise machine or treadmill. You won’t be restricted by your clothing when you have these on!
The other piece of this outfit is a sports bra: it’s important for women because it helps keep boobs from bouncing all over the place while running or doing any other kind of cardio exercise (like jumping jacks). Plus, wearing one under a shirt gives us some much-needed support without being too obvious about it! Some people prefer working out with nothing but their sports bras on; others like wearing them under their T-shirts so they have extra coverage at home or work if needed.
Try Loose Clothing for Total Comfort
When you’re training indoors, it’s important to stay comfortable. That means wearing loose clothing that will keep you warm and help you breathe. Loose clothing is also less likely to restrict your movements or be difficult to put on or take off.
Loose Layers Make it Easy to Acclimate
Loose layers are more comfortable than tight ones. They allow you to take things off or put them back on as you need them, which makes for a better workout experience in general. You can take off layers when you get too hot and add them when you get cold, making sure that your body stays at an ideal temperature throughout the session.
Running Pants, Long Sleeve Shirt
Wearing a long-sleeved shirt will help keep you warm, but it’s important to wear layers. You can remove the shirt as you warm up and still stay warm in your running pants.
Running Pants and Tee Shirt
If your gym is closed or just too busy at the time you want to workout you can exercise at home. Jogging pants and a tee shirt may not be your go-to gym outfit but for an in-home workout this could be perfect.
You don’t need to wear a sports bra or compression shorts for home workouts, chances are nobody will see you. You’re just doing living room or garage workout, after all!
- Wear running pants with a T-shirt. This is the most basic outfit you can wear during indoor training and it will keep you warm during winter, cool during summer (if you’re lucky enough to have AC), or just right in between seasons.
- Wear leggings with an old college sweatshirt over them if the weather isn’t changing much throughout the day but it feels like it might rain at some point–you’ll stay dry even if there are leaks in your building’s roof!
Yoga Pants and Tank Top
Yoga pants and a tank top are comfortable and easy to wear, which makes them the perfect outfit for indoor training. You can also wear a long-sleeved shirt over the tank top if it’s cold outside. For example, if you’re going for an early morning run at 6:00 am when it’s still dark out, then put on your running shoes and head outside!
Leggings or Tights Under Shorts
Wear leggings or tights under your shorts for an extra layer of warmth and comfort. You can wear these with or without running pants, yoga pants, etc., depending on the weather conditions outside your home gym or studio.
Wear a Hat or Baseball Cap
You may be used to wearing a hat outdoors when you jog or walk, but not indoors. If you’re ready to set aside countless bands, scrunchies and clips you can sport a baseball cap at your indoor workouts too! A hat will help keep your hair out of your face, and give your workout outfit a more sporty look. A cap is also great for doubling as a sweat band by keeping sweat from dripping straight into your eyes while you’re training hard, especially on cardio days!
Wear a Long Sleeved Jersey
As you’re getting ready for an indoor workout, it’s important to keep your body warm, yet not overheat. You can do this by wearing jerseys with long sleeves under or over your sports bra or tank top. Jerseys are lightweight and easy to move around in, so they won’t feel like a burden on any type of activity. A high quality long sleeve jersey should have moisture wicking technology to keep you dry during your workout.
You should always be comfortable when you’re training. If you’re cold, your body will react by slowing down and conserving energy. This is not what we want! You need to keep moving so that your muscles stay warm and loose, which will make them work harder than ever before.