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Our Favorite High-Tech Workout Tops

Don't sweat it! These high-tech styles will keep you moving in comfort.

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Craft Zero Extreme Concept Top

Extra stretch panels under the arms enhance your range of motion and provide built-in air-conditioning ($75, craft-usa.com).

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Lucy Activewear Workout Tee

This supersoft jersey is moisture wicking ($49, lucy.com).

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Falke Workout Top

The antibacterial odor-resistant fabric stops stink ($45, Steele Fitness, 952-473-8001).

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Athleta Twist Top

No more chafing, thanks to the seamless design ($69, athleta.com).

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Lululemon Athletica Run: Swiftly Top

The body-hugging fit flatters; handy thumbholes prevent sleeves from riding up during your workout ($68, lululemon.com).

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Reebok EA7 Graphic Tee

Look hot but stay cool in an open-back style ($65, reebok.com).

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Patagonia Capilene 3 Midweight Crew Top

Polartec insulation keeps you warm on chilly mornings ($49, patagonia.com).

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, September 2011.

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Besosdelrio wrote:

I've got to wear two sports bra's in order to run hard and jump high. I use one that is similar to a bra and the other one on top looks like a thin strap sports bra. I use regular shirts or tanks because the workout ones are too loose or tight on me. The pants are never an issue, except I hate that you can see sweat marks on the rear and Stuff. What can you do? Just design you own gettup and make it work for you!

9/19/2012 11:26:33 AM Report Abuse
er752784 wrote:

Personally, I like seeing fit & strong women in the magazine as this is the body type I aim for everyday that I work out. One magazine can't be all things to every age, shape, size, fitness level and gender. Perhaps these negative comments (that are everywhere on this site) would be better directed by email to the editor to specifically request a magazine that meets these needs.

2/13/2012 11:00:57 AM Report Abuse
Sacramentodeni wrote:

I know what you mean. Everything is sooo streamlined for the "already fit", and I hope someday to be able to fit into them. there must be something for us bigger gals? I am about a size 16 now or XXL in women or men. 5'6" and 191 LBS. Just dreaming...something to look forward to I guess.

1/3/2012 12:31:59 AM Report Abuse
charlotteross4 wrote:

How about fitness wear for big people? Body hugging wicking clothes I don't want to look like the Michelin guy, but I do work out, run, lift weights, etc.

10/23/2011 03:30:34 PM Report Abuse

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