In order to reach our highest level of tennis, we work hard for it. We somehow make time in our busy schedules to squeeze in a match. We play even if the conditions are unbearable outside, whether it be freezing or boiling. We play a few minutes longer, though we know it’ll make our bodies ache that much more tomorrow. We go through all these things to be the best we can be on the court, so why should we wear clothes that don’t match up to our level of performance?
Well, it’s time to meet your match. Allow me to introduce to you HelixTech, a fabric that performs as hard as you. It’s Athletic DNA’s latest technology and is featured in the new apparel collections.
Playing tennis on a full stomach isn’t the easiest thing to do, especially after a feast like Thanksgiving. To help ease the pain we put together a list of items that’ll help get you back on the court after feeling like a stuffed turkey.
1. Lightweight Shoes: Your legs already feel like lead after the Thanksgiving meal, the last thing you want to do is put any more weight on your feet.
Men’s adidas adizero CC Feather II
Women’s Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour
Just because Breast Cancer Awareness is only campaigned during the month of October, doesn’t mean you can’t wear Pink Ribbon clothes for the rest of the year to show your support! To kick off my favorite Breast Cancer Awareness outfit I chose the Under Armour Power in Pink Fighter Long-Sleeve. Especially since the weather is starting to cool down, I find myself wearing these comfy long-sleeve crews quite often. They’re perfect for chilly weather workouts. They keep your arms covered from the cold air and they’re not quite as heavy as sweatshirts so you can still move well. With this top in particular, I love the colorblocking raglan sleeves for a little extra style. The Nike Winter Racer Long Sleeve Top and tasc Fall 5K Long Sleeve Top are some notable ones with fun colorblocking to check out as well.