I have a semi-strict dress code when it comes to working out--do you? Shirt: not too loose, not too tight, not too short. Stomach: covered. Shorts: OK, but let's not get crazy-short (so uncomfy when you're spinning or doing squats!). So let's just say AnnaLynne McCord's volleyball outfit does not adhere to code.
Lexi Petronis, Glamour Magazine
Photo courtesy of Pacific Coast News
Courtesy of Pacific Coast News Strictly speaking, AnnaLynne may not have been working out working out in this volleyball game--it very likely could have just been one of those just-playing-around sorts of beach games, which I totally get. Still, the pic made me think about our own personal comfort levels in what we wear while working out. Would I play any sort of jumping-around sport--even just a random pickup game--wearing a bikini? That would be a no. You?
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I'm all for someone wearing whatever they feel is comfiest while they're exercising. In fact, two days ago I passed by a guy who was jogging wearing nothing but shorts. OK, and shoes. It was 100 degrees outside, and I actually felt a pang of jealousy that men can just whip off their shirts when they want to.
So if someone feels comfy wearing a sports bra and teensy shorts, awesome. Go for it! I wouldn't personally do it--I've done the "naked dance" in front of the mirror after a shower often enough to know that I feel happier when my jiggly parts have at least a little bit of coverage.
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Uh, please tell me you've done the naked dance? What's the bare minimum amount of clothing you'll wear during a workout?
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