ultimate workout swag

ultimate workout swag

Emma Beckstrom, Staff Writer

 

The do’s and don’ts of athletic apparel according to students across campus.

“What do you like to see Paly athletes working out in?”

 

The boys say girls should wear… 

Anything that they are comfortable in: yoga pants, shorts, t-shirts, whatever allows them to actually work out and 

not just dress up” –Tory Prati (‘12)

Yoga pants” –B.J. Boyd (‘12)

Neon shirts. They’re flashy and make you stand out” –Bret Pinsker (‘13)

SpandexKeller Chryst (‘14)

“Earn your swag” –Josh Totte (‘14)

Short-shorts and a normal t-shirt” –Sean Harvey (‘13)

Leggings accentuate the curvesKenny Rapaport (‘14)

[When I see a girl wearing a black sports bra, I think] she’s classy; she’s got her head on straight. Neon colors take away from the outfit, black is classicAndrew Sternfield (‘14)

Baggy clothes look awkward; keep it tight and clean” –Nelson Perla-Ward (‘15)

Don’t bedazzle. This isn’t a fashion show here; we’re trying to get buff- no crystals” –Levi Schoeben (‘14)

 

Lindsay Black ('12) sports some ultimate sports swag. She is a basketball player at Paly

The girls say boys should wear… 

Shirtless…but only if they have a six-pack, nothing less” -Olivia Maggi (‘13)

High socks and wife-beaters. No awkward ankle socks” –Olivia Cornfield (‘13)

“Bro-tanks” Victoria Tse (‘12)

Power Balance bracelets” –Sophie Parker (‘13)

Shirtless…but only if they have a six-pack, nothing less” -Olivia Maggi (‘13)

Under Armour or Nike sleeveless shirts because they show off muscles” –Kimmie Flather (‘12)

Cut-off t-shirts” –Abbey Kinnaman (‘13)

High socks and wife-beaters. No awkward ankle socks” –Olivia Cornfield (‘13)

It’s all about doubling up the elites for extra sock swag” –Emilee Osagiede (‘12)