While most experienced athletes know this for sure, many beginners are unaware that the sportswear they wear greatly influences their training performance.
Comfort is the number one priority when exercising. Feeling comfortable in the clothes you are wearing and, above all, knowing that they provide freedom of movement, protection and breathability for your skin is extremely important.
But, to be sure that all of this happens, it is important that you choose your sportswear conscientiously, looking for those designs, materials and technologies that best suit you, your needs and your tastes.
That way you can ensure that every workout is a rewarding experience and that you will enjoy doing it every day.
Some examples of how sportswear makes a difference in training
Although many people take them for granted, or assume they are just an aesthetic addition to their workout ensembles, sneakers are a key piece of the athletic wardrobe.
Wearing sneakers that provide good support and cushioning can make a big difference in your athletic performance.
They can help absorb shock and distribute pressure evenly across your feet, which reduces the impact on your joints and muscles. This can make you feel more comfortable, reduce fatigue and improve your endurance.
At MoM we work with moisture-wicking fabrics when manufacturing our sportswear.
This fabrics are designed to pull sweat away from your skin and evaporate it quickly, keeping you dry and cool during intense physical activity. This can prevent chafing, irritation, and discomfort, which can distract you from your performance.
If you're a cyclist, wearing sportswear with padding (such as shorts) can help reduce pressure on your sit bones and improve comfort during long rides.
Similarly, if you're a weightlifter, wearing clothes that allow for a full range of motion can help you move more efficiently and avoid injuries.