Lycra love and twerking. Great to see people having fun and moving! Thanks for the post.
Watch the girls rock in their KEE suits in action in this video clip.
Hand made in London and retailing for around the $100 mark – one of a kind unitard to rock to the gym, dance or bike. These are too cool just to wear at home!
Some uplifting beats, aerobics and unitards – thanks Mon Journal
Mr Motivator & Denise are supporting Quaker’s Two Minute Mover campaign to super start your morning in the time it takes to cook your porridge. To see their fun, 2 minute HIT routines which you can try at home, go to http://www.youtube.com/QuakerOatsUK
Anytime’s a good time to get into lycra. Loving this porridge workout and Mr. Motivators colourful spandex unitard.
Love these leggings and bike pants. The extra pocket is really important. Well done on putting this together. A great article that shows what can be done with a little patience and inspiration. Thanks Frau Fleur for the post and hope to see more soon.
A workout to support your love on all things lycra and Unitard. Thanks Expat Runner for this article. Check out the buns of steel!
I was right. I’m a tight ass. The pain on the outside of my knee experienced when running downhill during the NM Galaxy 15km was (and continues to be caused) by tightness in my buttocks and hips. It’s classic ITB syndrome. I’ve been to physio twice and have been stretched and pummelled which has really helped, and I’m stretching and using a foam roller at home. Hopefully, this will sort the problem out. I doubt I will be able to do the Cyberjaya Half Marathon this coming weekend but I haven’t given up hope yet. Common sense would dictate that I give it a miss. Common what?
Anyway, I’m pretty sure I can pinpoint the origin of this butt problem. I am a victim of my own attempts at strength training. My cross-training was totally lacking despite good intentions and the knowledge that strength training is essential for running injury-free. I’m…
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Custom made onesies in Lycra. Love this style. So many different options to match the top and bottom. Ask for men’s onesies!
1ZEE is active-wear to the power of three: it combines a crop-top, singlet and pants all in one.
This catsuit-effect outfit is versatile and stays in place so that there are no wardrobe malfunctions when you use-it-to-move-it. That means the wearer doesn’t have to worry about tops riding up, pants riding down or underwear showing and can instead focus on the activity at hand.
1ZEE active-suits are made for gym workouts, weights, aerobics, pilates, yoga, rowing, running, dancing – just about any aerobic activity.
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The 1ZEE is designed to be funky and flattering. Customers have the opportunity to express individuality in their design, fit and fabric selection. The current range allows customers to select preferences from various back options, leg lengths, and top styles – such as a rouged front or shirt-front that is looser around the tummy…
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Body Heat (UK) was a popular Aerobics TV and Video series, which Martica Heaner starred in a daily UK fitness show on LIVE TV.
It aired June 1998-Nov 1999; reruns currently airing on UK digital TV.
As you can see from the photo above, there are clear benefits in exercising regularly.
The 1980’s and 1990’s were a time where exercise fashion new no limits.
There were plenty of men and women exercising in lycra and spandex – actually not exercising in lycra (when everyone else was doing so) was frowned upon.
How times have changed, over the past 20 or so years!
Dr. Martica Heaner has written several books and regularly consults on health, fitness and nutrition.
Below are two workout videos, showcasing the aerobic exercises, featuring the attire from the 1980’s and 1990’s.
These workouts commonly feature:
- Bike Shorts & Bras for Women
- Leotards for women and men
In a range of colours and styles.
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