× Food & Drink Home & Living Money Parenting Relationships Style & Beauty Travel Wellness Work/Life Finds MORE FROM HUFFPOST News Politics Entertainment Communities Opinion HuffPost Personal Videos ©2019 Oath Inc. All rights reserved. HuffPost News × The Best Undies For Working Out, According To Women Who Work Out HuffPost Finds Women bare it all in the quest for the perfect gym panty. By Caroline Thompson 01/16/2019 07:30am ET From matching bra and legging sets to sport-specific sneakers and sweatfproof jackets, a regular gym bunny’s closet is full of workout gear that’ll stand up to her most intense sweat session. Just as wellness foodies have their standby kitchen faves , and yoga teachers swear by their favorite yoga pants , workout obsessives also have their go-tos, especially when it comes to gym underwear. Casual gym-goers might throw on the nearest pair of clean … [Read more...] about The Best Undies For Working Out, According To Women Who Work Out
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Getty ImagesManuel Sulzer Dropping temps and the weather that comes with it (snow, freezing rain) doesn’t mean you have to spend those long winter months inside on your trainer every day. Riding outside is possible—and fun—with the right gear. To help motivate you to get on your bike when it’s cold and dark, we’ve put together a list of 30 must-have items that will help you stay warm and seen when commuting or going out for a long training ride. [Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.] View Gallery 30 Photos 1 of 30 Bontrager Ion 200 RT/Flare RT Light Set Because it gets darker earlier in the winter, it’s important to be seen. These lights will make your bike visible from up to 1.25 miles away. You can set them to steady mode or flashing mode right from your cycling computer. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 2 of 30 … [Read more...] about The Cold-Weather Essentials You Need This Winter
By Amy Graff, SFGATE Published 7:59 am PDT, Tuesday, October 30, 2018 FILE PHOTO: Miles Miesnieks, 7, gets a handful of candy with his mom, Silka, from Marie Van Wassenhoven, right, as they Trick-or-Treat on 24th Stree in Noe Valley as the city celebrated Halloween in San Francisco, Calif., on Monday, October 31, 2016. less FILE PHOTO: Miles Miesnieks, 7, gets a handful of candy with his mom, Silka, from Marie Van Wassenhoven, right, as they Trick-or-Treat on 24th Stree in Noe Valley as the city celebrated Halloween in San ... more Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez, The Chronicle Buy photo SAN FRANCISCO–THEMED HALLOWEEN COSTUMESCable Car: "She had some pretty crazy ideas and it’s been super fun making them with her," writes a mom whose daughter picks a different S.F.-themed costume every year. "This year, she wants to be the Painted Ladies and we’re going to do it with color changing LEDs so … [Read more...] about Bay Area Halloween weather forecast: Will you need a coat for trick-or-treating?
DeAsia Paige Detroit Free Press Published 7:24 p.m. UTC Jun 15, 2018 The forecast calls for blistering heat this weekend in metro Detroit, with temperatures in the mid-90s and stifling humidity. That means air conditioners will be running full blast. But what if you don't have air conditioning or it's on the fritz? Here are strategies to cope: First and foremost, stay hydrated Drinking water is the most standard way of keeping cool during extreme temperatures. To avoid dehydration, drinking at least 16 to 20 ounces of water every 10 to 15 minutes that you are outside is recommended. Go fan crazy If you don't have air conditioning, try building a fan fortress in your home. Fans are more known for circulating hot air instead of cooling it, so putting several fans in the different sections of your home to create a cross breeze will help fill the void of not having air conditioning. Visit a cooling center in Detroit Visit a local cooling center. According to the city of … [Read more...] about No air conditioning? How to stay cool this weekend in metro Detroit
Your feet are one of the most important contact points with your bike, and the right shoes can make a big difference in your performance—and enjoyment—when riding. Whether you’re upgrading your old favorites or searching for your first pair, you won’t regret taking the time to find a pair that fits well, and suites the type of riding you plan to do. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below RELATED: The Most Comfortable Shoes to Slip on After a Hard WorkoutA good fit means snug, but not tight. Go too loose and you’ll sacrifice energy during every pedal stroke; too tight and you’ll risk cutting off circulation. If you’re shopping online, it helps to come armed with knowledge of both your European and American sizes, which you can often cross reference on the retailer’s sizing chart to pinpoint the size that will work best for you.Here’s how to take care of your new kicks when they get wet: Advertisement - Continue Reading Below When … [Read more...] about The 20 Best Cycling Shoes of the Year