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Gym wear is something that we all have in our wardrobes, it’s become one of the biggest trends of 2017 and with this trend, unfortunately, comes the confusion of what benefits us when we are working out. Many of the workout clothing that is out there will offer no real benefit to us and in some cases can actually cause us more harm than good. It’s important to make sure that you check what your clothing can do for your workout.
Thermal technology allows us to keep warm and cool in different workout circumstances and different materials are used for comfort, compression and wicking in order to keep us comfortable and supported during our workouts. There are many CrossFit Clothing UK wide brands that claim to offer support during your workout, but it’s important to always check the label to see the real benefit.
Thermals are designed to keep you warm when you are working out outside - so think of those winter early mornings when you want to go to the gym. Think about the time when you are doing yoga on the grass and get a little bit chilly. Thermals have a waffle knit style which makes them perfect for any outside activity.
Wicking is the technology in your sports clothing which stops you from getting all sweaty and wet when you are working out. There are different things you have to think about when you are working out, and you shouldn’t have to worry about the potential of leaving a sweaty print wherever you are sat when you are working out. This technology keeps you comfortable and dry all workout long.
Workout clothing has advanced to the stage where it is actually able to keep you warm and cool depending on your temperature, which will ensure that you are comfortable at all times. Many different sports brands, such as Totum Fitness, have now began to use this technology, making the clothing fit for near enough any environment.
Athletes and runners need breathable clothing, which will keep them at a nice temperature and will prevent them from overheating or becoming too sweaty.