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What's HOT: Wearing stylish micro-fiber workout wear.
What's NOT: Leaving your workout looking like you're ready to enter a wet T-shirt contest.
Los Angeles-based certified personal trainer Josh Love, owner of Joshua Love Fitness
, says "When it comes to fitness wear trends, it seems that less is more, but not necessarily in terms of how much clothing a person is wearing but what fabric said clothing is made of. Cotton
has been kicked to the curb and replaced with micro-fiber fabrics that are lighter, absorb perspiration, and last longer. Some of the latest brands are Lululemon, UnderArmour, Hardtail, Nike Dri Fit,
and Splendid." Save your cotton T-shirts for lazy Sunday afternoons in the hammock.
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