5 Outfits That'll Motivate You To Get Moving

Thanks to the rise of fitness subscription apps and niche workout classes, our options for getting our heart rates up have never been more diverse. Whether we're in the mood to bounce around on a trampoline, Zen out at restorative yoga, or release some office-induced frustrations at the local boxing studio, there's a class to match whatever we're feeling. But with so many different types of workouts at our disposal, cracking the dress code for each can be taxing. And take it from us — one outfit does not fit all.
So, with efficient activewear on the brain, we teamed up with HUE to create no-fail outfits based on some of our go-to workouts. Incorporating the brand's abundance of versatile essentials — like bodysuits and made-to-move leggings with shaping technology — the five looks ahead are as stylish as they are functional (and comfortable). Ready for some major inspo to get moving? Hit the slideshow to check out what we're wearing to crush our next sweat session.
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Dancing Queen

Whether you're into contemporary ballet or hip-hop, the key to any dance class is wearing clothes that won't hold you back when you're getting your groove on. Opt for a comfy, shaping bodysuit, loose track pants, a lightweight jacket (for the commute), and some backless sneakers you can easily kick off when you're ready to bust a move.
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Illustrated by Ariel Davis
HIIT-ing The Ground Running

Anyone who has ever been to a HIIT (high-intensity interval training) class can confirm that it's no joke. Between the serious cardio bursts and strength-training reps, it won't take long for you to get warmed up. For this type of class, pair a cropped sports bra with patterned leggings and a sneaker with extra support, and you'll be raring to go. Just don't forget to pack your H2O.
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Illustrated by Ariel Davis
Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot

For any workout that boasts the word "hot" in the name, less is always best. During your next steamy yoga or Pilates class, wear your favorite sports bra with airy, mesh-paneled leggings and a pair of slip-on sneakers you can easily slide into when it's time to head home.
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Illustrated by Ariel Davis
Running The World

Whether you're into indoor running clubs or you like to dash through the streets solo, your outfit should be ultra-supportive. Wear a reliable sports bra, shaping leggings in a bold print, a sturdy sneaker, a fitness tracker, and a sweatshirt that you'll likely peel off once you hit the half-mile mark.
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Illustrated by Ariel Davis
Taking Care Of Business

Not all cardio comes in the form of sprints and squats. Running around the city checking off your to-dos qualifies as serious exercise, too. For those days when you're literally all over the place, keep your look comfy-casual with fashion-forward leggings, a graphic tee, sneakers, statement outerwear, and a spacious tote to carry all your things.