Compression gear has come along way since I bought my first pair of (extremely high-waisted and very unflattering) Skins about a decade ago. But one thing that doesn’t seem to have changed too much is the price – it’s hard to find a pair floating around that won’t set you back upwards of $130. I live in my gym clothes, so on a cost per wear basis I could probably spend my life savings on a pair of tights and still come out ahead, but for many people that’s not the case. Which is why I think some of you will be pretty excited to know that I’ve found somewhere that you can snag a decent pair of compressions for under $70….
So, I don’t want to alarm anyone, but I found another spin class I enjoy… like, really enjoy.
Last weekend a couple of my friends and I made the trek (and I call it a trek because I know I paid at least five tolls) to Bella Vista for a class at Pelotone – Sydney’s Premier Indoor Cycle Studio. And it was totally worth it.
Sometimes, getting your recommended daily intake of water can seem like such a chore. And with soft drink companies and so called ‘healthy drink’ manufacturers spending huge marketing dollars to lure you in, it can be far too easy to cave into that little voice in your head telling you that a bottle of Fanta would go perfectly with your lunch.
According to Statistic Brain (and let’s face it, who wouldn’t believe information coming from a website with a name like that?), the number one New Year’s resolution is ‘lose weight’ and number five is ‘staying fit and healthy’….