What is your sport? Mine has evolved over the years. I began with tennis. Always ran. Added softball, volleyball, basketball, and track & field. Softball landed me a college scholarship. After 4 years, my eligibility was up.
What is my sport, now?
Reebok has reinvented their image recently. I’m a huge fan of the phrase, “The Sport of Fitness”. There are no limitations. No timeline. No categories. Simply you choosing fitness–being an athlete for life. That’s exactly what I want.
The latest mantra from Reebok, “Live With Fire,” is equally awesome. Another phrase that applies to all.
The video depicting this message is quite inspirational: Life doesn’t care what you look like or where you come from…simply join it! It’s only 60 seconds long, so check it out!
The PWR long bra top is a slim-fit, racer-back made from PlayDry material which removes moisture and aids in ventilation.
I love the length! Regular readers know I have to find workout clothing that fits my expanding belly. See?
24 weeks ripe. So, this top fits me well now and will post baby too!
The PWR bootcut pants are equally comfortable with a wide waistband, 4-way stretch fabric and PlayDry material.
The one critique I have on the pants is the inseam length. I’m 5’8″ which isn’t super tall, but I have longer legs and the pants are just a tad short on my build.
How about these shoes?!
The RealFlex Scream 2.0’s have the look, but how about performance?
Cooper and I tested them on one of our runs. *Side note: I’m still running albeit a much slower pace than before, but running nonetheless!
The Screams feel more supportive than the RealFlex Fusions. They are still made with independent, multi-directional flex nodes that move with your foot, naturally. Likewise, they are lightweight but offer a more stable feel for longer distances like tempo runs, 5ks and 10ks.
I’m stoked! My previous running shoes are well past their mileage, so I’m looking forward to using these! I still like the Fusion TR’s for CrossFit, HIIT workouts and teaching.
I feel good teaching in this gear. Confident. That’s very important to me. I want to project a healthy, fit image to my class participants and clients (and of course my readers!) during my pregnancy, and I have to admit that well designed clothing aids in that.
If I don’t feel comfortable in something (think sausage casing) then it’s tough to lead a class while seeing yourself “uncomfortable” in the mirror! Whatever our respective sizes may be, we all should have the chance to feel positive putting on our workout clothing to play our sport.
1. Do you have a sport that defines you right now?
2. How are you “living with fire”?
*FitFluential LLC compensated me for this campaign. All opinions are my own.