Just because you feel sweaty and gross when you exercise doesn't mean your clothes have to be too. When you're working out, you should feel comfortable in what you're wearing and be workout clothing very casually, but unless you know what you're looking for, you may end up with items you'll never use. While buying workout apparel is pretty simple, you don't want to end up being frustrated at the gym because your clothes don't fit right. Take a look at this guide to help make sure you choose the clothing that works best for you.
* Buy for your body type. Clothes that are too big or too small will be uncomfortable.
** A pants that are too big tend to cause chafing.
* If you want to keep it simple, shorts and a hipster hiking skort for comfort and style.
** If you'll be working out when the weather is chilly or cold, gloves, and maybe even some sunglasses.
* Don't buy the first thing you see. You'll be happier with your purchase if you take the time to pick out the items that are best for you.
* If you don't feel comfortable in hiking. However, keep in mind that baggy clothes do pose an injury risk.