Here at YourTango, we always love to come up with new ways to improve the health of our love lives. That's why we're always looking for ways to challenge ourselves, physically and mentally.
The Glam Media/Under Armour event we attended on Oct. 2 was the perfect opportunity to do just that! We attended a sweat-heavy exercise class, learned about Under Armour's #WhatsBeautiful contest, and got outfitted in the latest gear by Under Armour, like our favorite, the pictured UA Spine RPM Running Shoe. These running shoes, according to the Under Armour folks, deliver "the sturdiness of a stability shoe with the weightlessness of a distance shoe" — so true! Finally, we got to enjoy delicious sushi.
Our gear, which also included a turquoise tank, leggings and two different sports bras, came in the UA Shatter Tote, which is the most practical gym bag we've ever carried: It even includes a specially lined, heat-safe pocket that can store your flatiron or hair dryer without risking damage to your beauty gear.
We have to say, all this gear made us feel pretty fab about sweating like crazy for over an hour. You wouldn't think working out can make you feel attractive — but it was quite the opposite! Click through our photo gallery to see some photos from the event, and get inspiration for your love life.
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Under Armour Women set out to redefine the female athlete by creating What's Beautiful, a program that encourages women to share their fitness journeys and receive motivation, free gear, and support from Under Armour along the way.
The Under Armour What's Beautiful community is growing by the minute and the women in the challenge are seriously bringing it. Check them out! Set your own goal. Crush it. And the 10 women with the most epic journeys will win a trip to Florida to the Under Armour Women's Camp Sweat where you will train with the best.
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Under Armour via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Under Armour.