It's Too Nice Out To Exercise At The Gym

June 3, 2009 by SHEfinds Editors
shefinds | beauty

We’re in that blissful weather period between rainy and unbearably hot that makes for gorgeous late-spring outdoor workouts. On, we’re showing you the best workout gear for your outdoor run (or brisk walk – that works too).

What To Wear

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Tired of running in those weird cotton shorts/prefer something that covers your behind? Try a GymGirl running skirt – the Classic is now on sale for $10 (down from $58). Lululemon’s Run:Flow Thru Dress ($84) accomplishes the same feat, with the added bonus of looking a little like a sundress.

To get the most out of your summer stroll, tie on a pair of Reebok EasyTones ($100), which have built-in pods to destabalize your foot and encourage increased muscle activation.

Where To Store Your Stuff

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Instead of a fanny pack (ugh), stash your keys, ID, cash, and even an iPod in a Spibelt ($20) – it’s slim enough to hide under a tee, and is my hands-down favorite running accessory right now.

If you’re married to the idea of stashing stuff in your sports bra, the Racktrap ($8) is made for you. It’s a little pocket you stick in your…rack…that keeps keys from leaving an imprint on your chest.

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With a Wellalarm, you can basically wear all of your medical and emergency contact information on your wrist (or around your neck). The jewelry (this bracelet is $150) has a telephone number and URL etched in, where you store emergency info in case you’re injured while you’re out running alone.


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