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Headed to the gym for a rigorous workout? You’re not gonna wear that are you? Before you pop on those spandex, lemme holla atchu for a minute!

Here are some do’s and don’t’s in fitness fashion as suggested by www.fitbottomedgirls.com

Do. Wear a top that’s comfortable enough to move around in, whether that’s form-fitting or loose—it really depends on the type of workout you’re doing. A great all-around sleeveless tank that we love for everything from running to yoga is this Athleta Sleeveless Twist Top ($49).

Do: Ask if your gym has a dress code. There are plenty that respectfully request no bare midriffs, no tank tops, etc., and they usually have a pretty good reason. It’s embarrassing to get kicked out of a Zumba class because you’re breaking the rules or making some little old granny uncomfortable

Do: Get properly fitted for a sports bra. The bigger the boob, the bigger the bounce—and the bigger the stares you’ll get if those things are moving more than you are. (Oh, yeah, and it starts to hurt after awhile…) Go to a bra boutique to determine your true bra size, then shop around for a good brand that’ll keep those babies in check.

Don’t: Please, please, please, no more stringer tank tops—for men OR women! We’ll give you several reasons why: 1) We don’t especially want to see a guy’s hairy, sweaty armpits. 2) We’d rather not see the sweat flying from your pits and covering the machines…Especially since, in our experience, the wearers of stringers tend to “forget” to wipe off the machines when they’re done.

Don’t: Wear full makeup to work out. Why? It clogs your pores, trapping sweat and sebum and resulting in breakouts. Plus, who wants to have mascara and blush running down their face at the end of a particularly grueling session of Bikram yoga? Not a good look. Let your skin breathe! (Plus, a gym bunny look says you’re there to pick up a date for Friday night, not to work on your glutes.)

Don’t: Wear pants that are too loose. We’ve seen too many gals (and guys) bite it on the treadmill when they trip on their baggy sweatpants. A snug-hipped pair of Nike Be Strong Dri-Fit Pants will keep your legs cool thanks to the sweat-wicking fabric, but you won’t have to worry about biffing it in front of that cute guy on the elliptical. Conversely, pants tight enough to show off your camel toe are not advised…

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