Sometimes the right clothes provide just the inspirational kick we need. Your go-to shorts, wicking tee and running shoes will do the trick for most sweaty scenarios—but sometimes it’s best to up your apparel game. Not only will cool clothes give you a confidence boost, wearing workout-specific attire means you’ll be able to spend more time on the task at hand instead of constantly tugging and adjusting clothes. We curated a look for every day of the week, from basics with a twist to the hottest new styles for the studio, pool and even hanging in a hammock.
Allison played field hockey and golf while growing up, but always ran “just for the fun of it.” She completed and won her age group in her very first race, a 5K, when she was 26 so that she would at least know how to pin on her number before running her first marathon a month later. Those two races turned into dozens, from mile long sprints to ultras, running to triathlon with some ski and snowshoe racing mixed in as well. After earning a Boston qualifier and completing her first IRONMAN 140.6, this mother of two is now focused on seeing how much she can better her 3:48 PB marathon time, running the World Marathon Majors (Boston and Tokyo are in the books!) and tackling a 50-miler.