In this guide, lets talk about working out and how it can help you become a healthier person. It's not easy, but it's worth it!

Running in the LA heat

Running in LA is hard on a normal day, so just imagine when its hot!  The best way to get around these problems is to run early in the morning or later in the evening when it's cooler outside, and make sure you stay hydrated with plenty of water before, during and after your workout.

Running with a water bottle or two may also be useful if you're planning on going out for more than an hour (or less than 5k). Just remember, it can be difficult finding places to refill your bottles along long stretches without ending up having to carry them around all day!

Another tip: wear light clothing that won't weigh down on your body as much as something heavier would--and make sure not too wear anything too tight since this could cause chafing while running too fast over uneven surfaces such as rocks or tree roots which might poke through thinner fabric material like cotton t-shirts

Sweating while you work out

Sweat is your body's natural defense mechanism, so it's important to understand that when you're sweating, you are working hard. When your body gets hot and starts to sweat, the evaporation of water from your skin cools off blood flowing through capillaries underneath the surface of your skin. This helps prevent overheating.

Because sweat contains salt and other minerals that can cause dehydration if not replaced after exercise (which we'll talk about in a second), it's best to stay hydrated before, during and after any workout session--this means drinking plenty of water throughout the day! Don't forget about those electrolytes either: sports drinks like Gatorade contain potassium chloride which helps replace what was lost through sweating during exercise sessions so they're another good option for staying hydrated between workouts as well as during them if needed

Finding time to work out

  • It's important to work out, and you should make the time for it.

  • There are many ways to do this:

  • You can go to the gym after work or before work. You can go on your lunch break. You can make an appointment with a personal trainer, who will come to your home or office and train with you there. If none of those options work for you, try finding an exercise partner who lives near enough that they can meet up on a regular basis (like once a week) at a local park or gymnasium--and then take turns walking each other's dogs!

Wearing a workout outfit as everyday clothing

When you're wearing your workout clothes like our Signature Sport Leggings all day, you can do things like:

  • Go for a run or a walk around the neighborhood.

  • Ride your bike to work.

  • Take the stairs instead of the elevator to get from floor to floor in your office building (and maybe even take a few minutes to stretch while you're at it).

Working out is worth it, but it can be hard.

Working out can be hard, but it's worth it. Here are some tips to make your workout routine more fun and sustainable:

  • Set goals. If you don't have a goal in mind when you go to the gym, then there's no reason for you to be there! Goals will keep you motivated and focused on what really matters: getting fit!

  • Stay motivated by finding ways of making exercise fun or interesting - maybe try new things like yoga or pilates instead of traditional weight training; these forms of exercise tend to be less intimidating than other options because they focus on flexibility rather than brute strength (which makes them great for beginners). When I was first starting out at the gym I found that taking classes helped me stay focused because there was someone else leading me through what we were doing so I didn't have time think about anything else besides my own movements at first glance anyway..


Working out is worth it, but it can be hard. The main thing to remember is that you are doing this in effort to live a better and longer life. I hope these tips will help you find a way to make it work for you!