Spinning Clothes: What to Wear to Spin Class
Spin classes are a fun way to work up a sweat, listen to great music and pedal your way to a healthier you. Before you throw on an old t-shirt and jump into the sadal, it might be time to upgrade your workout clothes. Here are some of our favorites that will help you feel and look your best as you churn out the miles.
A good sports bra can make or break a workout. Support preferences are highly subjective. What you should look for are moisture wicking materials and a cut that doesn't leave you feeling restricted. The hallmark of a great sports bra is not having to think about your sports bra while you're trying to perform.
Leggings offer full coverage that is key when you're in the saddle for 45 minutes to an hour. These leggings from Everlast offer performance compression that's constructed of a breatheable, moisture-wicking fabric to help you keep your cool as you climb hills and race through sprints. Plus, the lattice detailing makes you look as good as you feel.
Cooling Tank Tops
Most spin class studios turn into saunas after the first song is done. Even if you managed to score a bike near the fan, you're going to feel the heat. Tank tops offer plenty of coverage, but let your skin breathe as you sweat. Anything you can do to stay cool will keep you comfortable and let you focus on your perfomance.
Moisture Control Socks
Socks are one of the last things we think about for our workouts, but they can be a game changer. They help to wick away moisture, offer added padding and even provide extra support. Clip shoes are designed to be rigid to handle the rigours of riding, but they're often less than comfortable. Your feet will thank you for taking the time to get a good pair of socks.