Bestselling Girls' Workout & Training Skirts & Skorts in 2023
Baleaf Women's Active Athletic Skort Lightweight Skirt with Pockets for Running Tennis Golf Workout Deep Pink Size S
- Moisture Transport System - wicks away sweat quickly to keep you dry and cool
- Secure & comfortable two layer - skirt outer and shorts inner, you can enjoy your sports without worries. double layer triangle shaped gusset avoids riding up & pinching, enhances your range of motion
- Wide elastic waistband & internal drawcord - adjustable and comfortable to wear, and hidden pocket for personal belongings
- Headphone cable hole & mesh pockets - headphone cable hole for easy access headphones, pocket on each leg of comfortably compressive mesh short stows your essentials, like 4.7'' phones, keys, etc.
- Reflective details - remain visible in low-light conditions
Skirt Sports Women's Gym Girl Ultra Skirt, Black, Medium
UDIY Skirted Leggings - Women's Running Skirts Casual Gym Tennis Skort with Leggings
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- SOFT & MOISTURE-WICKING - This women skirt leggings are made from lycraspadex and cotton, quick drying, moisture-wicking and breathable.
- LEGGINGS + SKIRT - Skirt with full length leggings versatile and popular, and non see through.
- LEASTIC WAISTBAND - Wide elastic wasitband, strentch and adjustable, comfotable fit, provide you a maximum comfort.
- Perfect for running, gym workouts, yoga, riding or other any indoor and outdoors activities or just as usual wear.
Skirt Sports Women’s Lotta Breeze Capri Skirt, Skirted Capri Leggings, Made with Moisture-Wicking Breathable Material and Hidden Pocket, Black/Persevere Print, Medium
Skort with Pockets, Skorts Women Tennis Skorts for Women with Pockets (Medium)
Cityoung Women's Golf Pleated Flat Skort with Pockets m,White
- TWO LAYERS. Shorts inner and skirt outer. NO SEE THROUGH.
- CARRY ESSENTIALS EASILY. With two pockets in both sides pocket, small outdoor accessories, tennis balls can be easily held.
- WIDE WAISTBAND, elastic and comfortable to wear, displays waistline well.
- Pleated design and fashionable colors, stylish and energetic for all seasons and various occasions.
- Lightly wash in cold water and hang to dry.
Tennis Skirt Women's for Performance Training Golf Gym & Running
Cityoung Women's Yoga Capris Tennis Skirt with Leggings XXL Navy
- LEGGINGS + SKIRT. Skirt with 3/4 length leggings, fashionable colors available and non see through.
- WIDE ELASTIC WAISTBAND, elastic and comfortable to wear, fits waistline well.
- SOFT & QUICK DRY. Made from polyester and spandex. Breathable and moisture wicking.
- Perfect choice for both casual dates and rough workouts. (Yoga, Running, Gym Fitness, Dance, etc.)
- We rise ONE SIZE UP because this skirt runs large. Eg. If you usually wear size M, you should order Medium(Tag S) for this skirt.
Skirt Sports Women's Tough Girl Skirt, Black, Small
- Built-in pants with boot cut
- Two pockets - one on each leg
- Non-chafing flat lock stitching
- Performance fabrics
- Celebrating modern women - founded by a professional triathlete, Skirt Sports creates cute, flattering, high-performance sportswear and running Apparel that truly celebrates real, modern women
Skirt Sports Women's Jette Skirt with Athletic Shorts, Black, Small
- FAST + FEMME WORKOUT SKORT - Short, lightweight, UPF 50+, pleated and liberatingly fast, the Women's Jette Skirt is smartly designed and super technical, with an undeniably cute and feminine look.
- MOISTURE-WICKING + BREATHABLE - Lightweight, moisture-wicking and breathable, polyester and spandex blend fabrics give you compression in the built-in shorts, and lightness in the skirt. Perfect for running, tennis, cycling, gym workouts, golf, outdoors, hiking, and any fitness activity.
- FIT MEETS FUNCTION - Two front pleats, wide and corded waistband, back-paneled stitching, 4"-inseam shorts, and 12" front, 13" back skirt give you a perfect silhouette, no matter what your body type is. Two pockets on shorts and one hidden key pocket hold your phone, small outdoor accessories, gels, tennis balls, golf balls, and items while day hiking, cycling or running.
- EASY HEADPHONE ACCESS - Get in the groove with the built-in Sonic Music Port, right on the side of the skorts. Just pocket your music player, plug in, wind up through the port, and get going.
- CELEBRATE TODAY'S WOMAN - Founded by a professional triathlete, Skirt Sports creates cute, flattering, high-performance sportswear and activewear that truly celebrates today's real woman.
Skirt Sports Women's Happy Girl Skirt, Long Running Skirt with Shorts, Made with Moisture-Wicking Breathable Material and Hidden Pockets, Clarity Print, Large
- Longer, more modest Skirt Sport skort loved by women of all body types
- Lightweight, moisture-wicking skirt fabric; comfortably compressive mesh fabric keeps shorties in place
- Three pockets; one on each leg and a zippered pocket in back
- Sonic Music Port for easy headphone access
- Comfortable elastic waistband
Cityoung Women's Athletic Gym Tennis Skirt with Shorts Running Skort (S,Zebra Stripe)
- Two layer, short inner and skirt outer. NO SEE THROUGH.
- There's a small pocket on waistband for small change, cards, or keys. CARRY ESSENTIALS EASILY.
- Wide elastic waistband, adjustable and comfortable to wear. Promises you comfy moving and stays up even after long workouts.
- Moisture wicking material keeps you stay cool. Suitable for running, tennis, golf, gym workouts, fitness.
- We strongly suggest you order one size UP because this skirt runs small according to most customers' feedbacks. If you have any questions about the size details, please feel free to contact us. We are always standing by to assist you.
Skirt Sports Women's Hover Skirt, Black, Medium
Prevent Osteoporosis with Bone-Building Beverages, Foods, and Weight Training
The article focuses on bone-building beverages, foods and weight-bearing activities such as weight training to prevent osteoporosis in teens and adults
A Powerful Combo For Youths And Adults To Prevent Osteoporosis
How often do we hear of an elderly relative falling down and breaking a hip or arm and immediately think that their injury was because of their age and weak bone mass. While such injuries from osteoporosis, the dreaded bone-thinning disease, are generally associated as coming late in life and an inevitable consequence of advancing age, broken bones can occur among youths and middle-age adults as well due to brittle bones. Brittle bones begin early in life from insufficient calcium and vitamin D, and/or lack of weight-bearing exercise. And although osteoporosis affects women more than men, men are also prone to this debilitating disease. Both male and female teen-agers should start taking positive steps now to reduce their risk of osteoporosis later in life by following these guidelines:
Lift Weights To Boost Muscle And Bone Mass
Teen-agers should take advantage of their school weight rooms and do weight training exercises not only for sports conditioning or to improve their physiques and figures, but lift for strong bones and avoid osteoporosis down the road. Unfortunately, weight training to prevent both osteoporosis and injury outside the gym often takes a back seat to building muscle size for sports, bodybuilding competitions, or improving one's physique or figure. And even though resistance exercises not only strengthen muscles and tendons but also promote bone health, is the average teenage bodybuilder or weight training enthusiast more interested in acquiring stronger bones or more intent on achieving muscle definition and looking great on the beach? Strengthening bones in addition to strengthening muscles should merit equal importance. And lifting weights benefits all age groups - from the teen-ager who needs strength and size for certain sports to the senior citizen who can build stronger legs and gain upper body strength and not rely on a cane or wheelchair. Yes, weight training is a wonderful form of weight-bearing exercise, as is walking, running, dancing, and most sports, but it is only one form of protection against osteoporosis. Researchers say that a calcium-rich diet (see bone building meals and beverages for youths at the end of this article) and getting ample amounts of vitamin D through dietary sources and from regular exposure to sunlight are two other overlooked components toward preventing osteoporosis, that sadly has become too prevalent in our society. The American Chiropractic Association reported back in 1999 that an estimated 20 million American women suffer from osteoporosis and one in two women and one in eight men will suffer from an osteoporosis-related fracture in his or her lifetime.How Weight-Bearing Activities Can Prevent Osteoporosis
It's never too early to start on a weight-bearing exercise program to strengthen bones and prevent osteoporosis. Fitness columnist Stephanie Oakes of USA Weekend magazine (September 22, 2002) says that weight-bearing exercises "work directly on the bones in the lower spine, hips and legs to help reduce mineral loss, which can cause compression fractures in the spine and contribute to osteoporosis. Try to do weight-bearing activity every day." She also emphasizes weight training. "Regular weight training helps preserve and build bone density. Putting stress on the bones during physical activity encourages them to increase their calcium content, making them stronger, denser and less prone to injury."Nutrition's Role In Preventing Bone Loss
In addition to weight-bearing exercise, nutrition also plays a key role in deterring osteoporosis. Foods high in calcium, magnesium, boron and vitamin D are bone-building choices. Calcium-rich foods include yogurt, cheese, broccoli, leafy green vegetables (collard, kale, mustard, turnip greens), tofu, oranges, white beans, almonds, and canned fish such as sardines, salmon and mackerel. Fortified dairy products and canned fish also provide vitamin D (also known as the "sunshine vitamin" since exposing skin to sunlight creates vitamin D) that is necessary for normal bone growth and development, according to registered dietician Susan M. Kleiner, Ph.D., author of Power Eating (Human Kinetics, Inc., 1998). Fruits and nuts contain boron, an important trace mineral that helps the body retain calcium, according to nutrition columnist and author Jean Carper (Food - Your Miracle Medicine, HarperCollins, 1993). Magnesium, a mineral that promotes calcium absorption, according to Kleiner, is found in nuts, legumes, whole grains, seafood and dark green vegetables.
Bone-building beverages include milk, which is rich in calcium and vitamin D, calcium-fortified orange juice, and black tea. The July 2000 issue of Health magazine reported a study of English women over 65 who drank one to six cups of tea daily had denser bones than those who avoided tea. Teens should stick with milk (unless they are lactose intolerant) and calcium-fortified orange juice as their main bone-building beverages, although a cup of tea now and then does not have to be restricted to adults but can benefit the bone health of teens as well. Recent studies also show that wine and beer (other adult beverages) when consumed in moderation with meals (one glass per day with a meal), may enhance bone health. A Wall Street Journal article (August 13, 2002) cited Dr. Norman D. Kaplan, a professor of internal medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas: "New evidence also suggests that beer, because of mechanisms that are not all clearly understood, may help increase bone density, thus decreasing risk of fractures." And, according to Jean Carper who cites Judith Gavaler, Ph.D., associate research professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, "Surprisingly, a beer, a shot of hard liquor, a glass of wine or other alcoholic beverage imbibed every other day, can raise estrogen levels in older women, possibly alleviating menopausal problems, as well as warding off heart disease and osteoporosis." Alcohol is a two-edged sword, however. When consumed in moderation, as stated earlier, it may benefit the bones (three to six drinks weekly boosted estrogen levels in postmenopausal women, helping prevent osteoporosis, according to Carper). "Larger doses of alcohol, however, do not boost estrogen further and can be very harmful to your bones as well as to the rest of your health. There's evidence excessive alcohol intake fosters osteoporosis by directly attacking and destroying bone cells," says Carper. So, a word to the wise: Teens should avoid alcohol, period, even though studies have shown how beer and wine in moderation benefit both bone and heart health.
In summary, weight training and other weight-bearing activities are magnificent for enhancing teen bone health, and, coupled with a calcium and vitamin D-rich diet, osteoporosis can be prevented. And weight training should not be looked at as merely a means to build lean muscle mass, but also as an excellent way to boost bone density and deter osteoporosis. It is also important to note that this debilitating bone disease does not only strike the elderly. No age group is exempt from osteoporosis. However, by following a program that incorporates resistance exercise (lifting weights), and other weight-bearing activities such as running, basketball, regular brisk walks; getting daily exposure to sunlight (only 15 to 30 minutes a day provides enough vitamin D according to researchers); and consuming foods high in calcium, bones grow stronger and the risk of osteoporosis shrinks.
James Carpentier is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a licensed massage therapist in New Jersey. His articles have appeared in several health and fitness publications.