If you've been reading Something Fashion for some time, or you know a little bit about me, you might already know that I'm a sport enthusiast, and a former (but with comeback-soon aspirations) fencer. Now that I'm 100% concentrated on this year's issues and work, you can't even know how much I miss fencing and training with my friends every evening. No matter how tired I might be, or if I had a bad day: sport is what makes me feel better, is what keeps me active and motivated in the mornings if a hard week full of work is coming.
Now that I quitted fencing and as the year goes by I realize how much I need doing something that is not related to classes or work, but more about me and my mind. In fact, a few days ago I came back home almost at 8 o'clock in the evening from a super horrible, exhausting exam, and the only thing I could think about was leaving home again to do some jogging and working out around Valencia. Working out is not only good for keeping fit and in shape, but also helps me boost my self-motivation and see how far I can go. Even if I fail, it's OK, because I tried to and went further than yesterday.
So today I'm pairing with SportZone to give you some really cool ideas to start working out or just keep doing it if you are already into sport. As a woman who has been around lots of sports during all her life (I started swimming when I was barely a baby, then went into tennis, then moved to modern dancing until I finally lost myself with fencing) I think the most valuable tip I can provide you is invest on your sporty clothes, and specially invest on your training shoes. You can't even imagine how important for your health but also for the best performance on what you are doing your shoes are. So are the rest of your clothes: depending on the activity you should choose those materials and shapes which are the most comfortable possible, specially about terms of transpiration among other aspects.
Here I'm giving you some ideas of #sportstyle you could use to work out and rock it!