Winter is the season of getting warm and cozy in our sweatpants and enjoying the holiday festivities around. But that doesn’t mean your workouts need to take a sabbatical until spring. Whether it's a casual run or a yoga class or cycling or even a full fitness workout, you need a workout gear that is different from the activewear you relied on in the spring or summer.
That brings us to the most common question.
Are heavy sweaters or sweatshirts the best option?
The answer is No. The key to withstanding the cold and achieving your fitness goals is wearing lightweight, sweat-wicking materials that are simultaneously breathable and insulating.
In this blog we will tell how to select your winter workout gear along with some recommendations to buy quality wholesale activewear styles.
The key to keeping warm during winter workouts is to properly layer your clothing. Proper layering will regulate your body temperature, keep moisture away from your skin and help you stay warm and dry. Start with the 3 basic layers – base layer, mid layer and outer layer. Each of these layers have specific functions.
This layer is in contact with your skin directly. It wicks moisture and perspiration away from your skin to keep you warm and dry. It is best to opt for something fitted as the base layer. Polypropylene, silk, polyester, Thermax, Thinsulate, and wool are good materials for the base layer.
Here are some recommendations of the best activewear base layer pieces that you can consider as your base layer.
Long sleeve top:
42400L – gildan performance t shirt
PC380LS – long sleeve performance t shirt
LST352 – Tank Tops for Women
ST500 – tank tops for men
LST237 – Fleece Sweatants
Mid Layer/ Insulating Layer
This layer comes over the base layer and keeps you warm by providing insulation. It should be a bit looser than the base layer, but to function properly it needs to maintain contact with the base laye