A FITNESS pro has opened the eyes of her followers to the rights and wrongs of workout leggings.
She demonstrated her “stretch test” that prevents women from buying and wearing the wrong workout pants.
She addressed her followers with “saggy” leggings they constantly adjust.
According to Cassey, workout pants are supposed to fit snugly on your hips and legs. If they’re not, there’s a problem.
“When you’re working out, your leggings should not be saggy in your crotch and your booty,” she proclaimed.
“And should definitely not be sliding down. The truth is not all legging are created equal.”
But Cassey does have a trick that helps you avoid the wrong ones: “the stretch and recovery test.”
First, she pulled out a long tape measure and lined the top of the leggings next to it.
She pulled “vigorously” for 30 seconds on either side of the waist.
The bad ones will grow and expand at the top when you do this, but the good pairs shouldn’t move at all.
If the leggings don’t stretch, they will stay on your body.
Cassey wore the good pair on a run for two hours and the bottoms “barely moved down.”
The innovative woman designed $60 “Supersculpt” leggings for her brand PopFlex.
Excited shoppers were pleased to learn Cassey’s tip and find her creation.
“Everything about this is a yes. I’ve been on the site window shopping. Hoping to get a few leggings eventually. They seem so durable which is awesome,” one passionate woman wrote.
Another lady said: “Omg, thank you so much!! She knows the struggle in clothing whilst working out.”
One honest viewer commented: “I thought this was just me. Now I feel better knowing it’s just leggings.”
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