Bestselling Women's Plus Athletic Shorts in 2020
90 Degree By Reflex Soft Comfy Activewear Lounge Shorts Pockets Drawstring Women - Heather Grey - 2X
- The Soft and Comfy Activewear Lounge Shorts with Pockets for Women by 90 Degree by Reflex are perfect for active women who want comfort and flexibility. Our fabric is made of a specialized polyester/spandex blend that moves with you. The fabric is breathable and also has moisture-wicking technology that keeps you dry. You can go through your most vigorous workout with complete comfort.
- These womens shorts have four way stretch which is ideal for free movement and elasticity. In addition, these yoga shorts have interlocked seams to minimize rubbing and chafing. Also, these womens running shorts have a drawstring to perfectly adjust to your body. Style these womens shorts with our 90 Degree by Reflex Power Flex Open Back Mesh Tank Top for an effortlessly fashionable look!
- 90 Degree by Reflex is a lifestyle brand that prides itself on offering active wear that is high quality but also affordable. We believe your workout clothes should keep up with you during any exercise or activity. From the gym to the street, and lounging in between, Reflex allows you to Relax, Reflect, Rebound.
- We currently offer these athletic shorts in Heather Grey, Heather Charcoal and Heather Navy in sizes X-Small, Small, Medium, Large and X-Large. These comfy women's active shorts are comprised of 96% Polyester and 4% Spandex. Cool wash your yoga shorts with like colors and lay flat to dry.
- While we're confident you'll fall in love with our 90 Degree by Reflex Soft and Comfy Activewear Lounge Shorts with Pockets, they are sold with a 30-day, full-money-back warranty and can be returned no questions asked. Add these workout shorts to your cart by clicking the "Add-to-Cart" button and buy it now. We run out of inventory quickly, so order your womens gym shorts now while colors and styles last!
Just My Size Women's Plus Cotton Jersey Pull-On Shorts - 3X Plus - Black
- Wide, ribbed waistband with adjustable outer drawcord
- Soft, stretch cotton jersey fabric
- Spacious front pockets
- Side slits at hem for extra flexibility
- 7" inseam
Neleus Women's 3 Pack Dry Fit Compression Shorts with Pocket,9005,Black,US XL,EU 2XL
- Ultra-tight, close-fitting and second skin fit; 7" inseam based on size medium
- Sweat-wicking, Dri-FIT fabric help keeps you dry and comfortable
- Designed without pad for a variety of training activities
- One side pocket is big enough to put iphone 6 Plus, and hold it very steady
- Wider elastic waistband for a snug, comfortable fit; Flat seams move smoothly against your skin
Just My Size Women's Plus-Size French Terry Bermuda Short, Black, 2X
- French terry fabric is smooth outside and brushed inside for extra softness
- Wide ribbed waistband with adjustable outer draw cord
- Spacious front pockets
- Tag-free waist
- 10 inch
Just My Size Women's Plus Size Active Woven Run Short, Black, 2X
- Inside adjustable drawstring waist for custom fit
- Mesh side panels
- Inner crepe brief wicks moisture away from your skin
- Convenient hidden key pocket in waistband
- 4 inch
Latuza Women's Cotton Stretchy Lounge Sweat Shorts 2X Plus Gray2
- Made of 95% cotton and 5% spandex, knitted stretch fabric
- 2 side pockets for storage
- Elastic waistband with drawstring for closure
- Machine washable. Do not bleach
Just My Size Women's Plus-Size Stretch Jersey Bike Short, Black, 2X
- Cotton-blend short with stretch featuring tag-free elastic waist
- No pockets
- Classic 9-inch inseam
- Flat-locked non-chafe seams go easy on your skin
Danskin Women's Essentials Bermuda Short, Charcoal Heather, 1X
- Bermuda short in stretch cotton featuring ribbed drawcord waistband and slanted front pockets with rib trim
- Inseam: 10"
FIRM ABS Women's Summer Elastic Waist Breathable Outline Active Shorts Black XXL
- Lightweight and breathable and elastic, high,fold over waistband; 1-2inch inseam
- Thick and NOT SEE THROUGH and with a lining to prevent any inappropriate show
- It doesn't show a difference in color between dry and wet spots and moisture management technology , dry quickly
- It is easy to clean and last for many times with consistent use and had no shrinking
- Due to monitor settings and monitor pixel definition,we cannot guarantee the color that you see will be exact from the actual color of the product
Columbia Women's Plus Size Sandy River Short, Black, 1X x 6
- Omni-shade UPF 30 sun protection
- Quick dry
- Interior draw cord
- Hand pockets
- Zip-closed security pocket
Fit for Me by Fruit of the Loom Women's Plus Size Mesh Knit Short, Black/Teal Lagoon, 2X
- Great active shorts for keeping cool
- Stretchy and breathable fabric
- Relaxed-fit knit shorts
- Drawstring waist and 6" inseam
- Tagless for extra comfort
Baleaf Women's 7" Active Fitness Yoga Running Shorts Pocket Grey Size L
- Engineered with functional fabric, these versatile, breathable and lightweight shorts are designed to wick away moisture and dry quickly for added comfort while you train
- Wide elastic waistband provides a comfortable, natural fit
- Back pocket is available for small items, like keys, bank card, etc.
- Reflective elements for high visibility in low light
- Designed without pad for a variety of training activities and skin-friendly, specially white color is perfect for wearing under sport skirts or shorts like tennis, basketball to cut down on chafing all day
Charmleaks Women's swim bottoms Swim Bottoms Swim Shorts Swim Trunks Bottoms Size, 16, Black(fulfilled By Amazon)
- Medium waist solid swim bottom give slight tummy control
- Front lined. Fabric: 82% Nylon 18% Spandex
- Quick-drying, breathable and fabric provides comfortable wear
- Perfect to match with any tankini/bikini/rashguard/crop/tops
- UPF fabrication tankini shorts protects your skin by blocking harmful UV
Are Women Sportscasters Credible?
Summary of a new study that finds men sportscasters are more credible than women. Women in the audience are particularly likely to view a woman sportscaster as less credible.
That's the result of a new study published in the latest issue of Communication Research Reports, a publication of the Eastern Communication Association.Two professors from Valdosta State University. Assistant professor Laurence Etling and professor Raymond Young collected the responses of 244 students who listened to an audio sportscast that included sports stories, game scores, and an editorial on the use of steroids in baseball.
One group of 119 (54 men, 65 women) listened to a woman deliver the sportscast. Another group of 125 (54 men, 71 women) listened to the same coverage, but delivered by a male sportscaster.
As expected, men thought the male sportscaster was more authoritative than the woman. Somewhat surprisingly, though, women also thought the male sportscaster was more authoritative. Further, their ratings for the male were even higher than the ratings from the male fans.
To verify their findings, Etling and Young conducted another statistical test, using regression analysis, to see what attitudes were behind the responses. The problem, they discovered, was the sexist attitudes of the respondents.
The researchers concluded that sexism is still alive in the world of sports, at least in terms of sports fans. In spite of an increased number of women in sports broadcasting, "women still face the obstacle of listeners' perceptions that they lack credibility," Etling and Young wrote.
Further, they noted, "the results raise the questions of why they are not considered experts, especially by other women, and what they need to do to establish credibility."
The researchers noted there were limitations with their study. It only looked at an audio sportscast, for example; visual cues might change the results for a television broadcast.
The sample was also limited to college students. Perhaps the results would vary for a more diverse age population.
Further, most of the items in the sportscast concerned male-dominated sports. Perhaps a woman's perspective would have been more respected on coverage of women's sports.
Regardless, the bottom line, they concluded, is that sexist "barriers toward women in sports broadcasting still exist, and it raises the question of when and how . . . women can expect to truly be accepted onto the broadcast playing field."
Etling, Laurence, amp; Young, Raymond (2020). Sexism and the authoritativeness of female sportscasters. Communication Research Reports, 121-130.