Oh, so you’re the overachieving type who likes to sign up for more than one fitness class in a day? Impressive! Besides feeling like a total cardio dance party in the dark, spinning is a great change of pace from the treadmill or elliptical. When combined with a quick pilates session — on a mat or traditional machine alike — you have yourself a well-rounded workout.
In this case, you’ll need to stay in an outfit that’s ultra moisture-wicking to help you dry off between classes. Consider lightweight, breezy fabrics your BFFs when choosing your top, bra, and bottoms. For spin class, it’s smart to have an insulated water bottle with you at all times. This will keep your water icy cold, even when the temperatures spike and the mirrors start to fog up. For pilates (or barre, if you’re into that instead), have a pair of grippy socks on-hand that’ll help you hold your position. Complete your ensemble with a pair of cushioned shoes to stay supported before, between, and after your workouts.