Some of my Nike favorites are on sale! Check it out!

Nike Tech Women’s Running Capris $55 $43.97

Whatever you’ll need on your run…key, license, credit card, a few bucks…yes, I frequently shop and run…tucks safely and flat against your body in a zippered pocket at rear waist.  Mesh panels behind your knees provide ventilation. Plus, an elastic waist with drawcord ensures a custom fit sans crack flash when bending over.

Nike Victory Shape Women’s Sports Bra

$45 $26.97
Basically it’s the amped version of the Nike Pro Victory Compression Sports Bra. Larger busts will appreciate the stabilizers in the straps reducing bounce, but all will appreciate the additional liner (“molded cups”), which ensure no one will know you’ve started your cool down.


NIKE TIGHT FIT Women’s Training Capris $55 (SALE $32.97)

Nike Low-Rise Women’s Running Capris $50 (SALE $29.97)

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Since I’m seeing a lot of inexpensive leggings on sale, I’m gonna go ahead and say: for training, AVOID “LEGGINGS” across all fitness brands. They’re fine for lounging around the house, but the leggings are cheaper than regular training pants because they are both thinner and created of a less desirable composition of fibers for training: 65% or more cotton and only 5% spandex. Superior fabrics like Nike Dry-FIT fabric (87% polyester/13% spandex) and Lululemon Swift (the running line, which also contains a varying, but nevertheless, higher percentage of spandex and polyester) will last longer through tougher, sweatier workouts, maintaining the original shiny look, streamlined shape and compression in desired areas. Note: wash on cool cycle and line dry. Unfortunately, higher composition of cotton in most leggings and Lululemon’s standard Luon fabric lends to pilling and uneven wear in the seat and knee areas.

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