For the yoga practitioner, there’s nothing worse than practicing yoga in an uncomfortable piece of clothing. So how to choose a suitable yoga suit is particularly important. Today I'm going to give you some tips for choosing a yoga outfit.
Fabric-- comfort, breathability, and flexibility
Depending on the type of yoga you practice, you may sweat a little or a lot. Therefore, the fabric of your yoga suit must be breathable. If the fabric is not breathable and does not absorb sweat, it is very harmful to the body.
Tank tops, shirts with cutouts, and yoga pants with mesh pockets will all improve breathability and venting. Avoid cotton, which holds moisture, makes you feel hot and damp, then leaves you prone to chafing or getting chilled when class winds down.
Nylon is the most popular yoga suit fabric on the market, which has a very prominent performance both in wearability and elasticity. Elastic clothing can avoid the restriction of yoga movement, let the body and mind relax, more quickly into the yoga state.
Style -- short sleeves/vest + professional yoga pants
A tight, stretchy, short-sleeved top or tank top is a surefire way to practice yoga. No matter how you twist, turn back, or stand on your head, you'll be able to focus and show off your body. Choose yoga clothing to stretch freely with limbs, the whole body does not feel bound is accurate.
Professional yoga pants can make it easier to see the muscle line, state, and direction, more achieve the training effect. If you wear pants that are too baggy, you won't know if your knees are overstretched or if your calf muscles are rotating in alignment.
Remember to always follow any special care tips on the tags of apparel. Properly caring for yoga wear preserves the look, style, and shape of the garments ensuring everyday favorites will look great even after many wears and washes.