Tuesday, January 15, 2013

my everyday style: #getyouractiveon

How are your resolutions doing? Have you snapped back from the post-holiday slump yet? I feel like I am definitely on the right track.  I just completed this cleanse and I've been working on 2x a week at the gym.  It's nothing major... but it feels good. I feel like I have a fresh start to 2013 already!

I read an article recently that when they polled women that had been to the gym but hadn't seen physical results yet (like losing marked weight or a pant size)  - they still had better body image.  I'm not looking to make drastic changes to my lifestyle or my body. I just want to FEEL good.  You know? And so far I do!  Every little bit helps!

I especially love my Old Navy workout gear... because like I said last week, I really do think that what you wear to the gym or to workout has an effect on how you feel while you are there.  (as with all clothing, right!?!?).  So I totally encourage you to #getyouractiveon in 2013. This past weekend was so nice so we headed to our local HS to "play" on the bleachers and track as a family.  It was fun... and totally free!

The Old Navy Active line fits amazing with sleek and modern pieces that feel really good on too.  The GoDry moisture-wicking fabric keeps you cool while exercising while the compression technology keeps you all sucked-in in all the right places (if you know what I mean!). And between now and January 16 they are all on major sale (#major!)... so there is nothing stopping you!  These pieces here are so comfy I could wear them all day... the jacket has great hand warmers (perfect for chilly mornings in the pilates studio) and the tank is sleek and sophisticated (it has a really cool back... but it was too cold to take my jacket off!).  The compression leggings are seriously SO comfy for as form fitting as they are. I highly recommend these pieces!

Jacket, Old Navy (c/o)
Tank, Old Navy (c/o)
Leggings, Old Navy (c/o)

This post is sponsored by Old Navy. Check out Old Navy’s Active wear in stores or at oldnavy.com 

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