Work it Out! Fitness for Your Style
If you're anything like us, you've definitely got a style down that fits your personality and your lifestyle. With the endless amount of workout options available today, how can you choose what's right for you? If you haven't already solidified which style of yoga is right for you, try matching the workout to your style. After all, half the fun of a good fitness routine is how great it makes you look in your clothes, right??
If you are: A T-Shirt and Jeans Girl
You're a simple, understated type beauty. You like this easy and effortlessly chic. Kickboxing is a great way to work out your arms and thighs, which are definitely the key attributes shown off in your tees and baby blues. Plus, they are a great stress reliever, and a total blast.
If you are: A mini-skirt maven
You love to show off your legs and killer figure in body-hugging style and curve-loving designs. Try a work out that creates a long, lean look like bar method classes or pilates. These keep feminine curves in tact while elongated your muscles so they look gorgeous in bodycon designs. Plus, they'll make your legs look extra long, so you can keep those short skirts in constant rotation in your wardrobe.
Love halter tops and a cute pair of slacks? All about wide-leg pants and a tube top pantsuit? Try yoga. The muscle building workout will give you the same muscle-elongating effect as pilates, but give your arms and extra workout so they look ultra carved in your sleeveless styles. Shoulder, biceps, and chest will all look lean, strong, and gorgeous after a few chattarungas! (You'll know what those are after your first class, trust us!)
If you are: All About Maxis
Try: Cardio Blasts
If your closet is fully of beautiful boho maxi dresses and full length skirts, try a workout that kills your core with tons of cardio. Running or swimming are great ways to maximize your waist fat burning potential while also giving your other muscles lots of opportunity to strengthen. Since little is shown of your figure in floor length designs, whittling the waist will help increase the goddess-like femininity of these frocks. Plus, they will help build up the muscles along your spine and shoulders (yes, even running) so you'll give yourself a statuesque look. Hate running or getting your hair wet? Try power walking, and be sure to focus on keeping your shoulders back with good posture!
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