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Talkinpeace Tue 18-Jun-13 17:23:37

scarily, the tighter fitting the stuff is, the more comfortable you'll feel once you get going - there is NOTHING worse than having a t shirt flap up unexpectedly when you are trying to do something!

3/4 length yogapants are a really good bet
and wear something that is very loose under the arms - to avoid excessive sweat making you feel self concious

BsshBossh Tue 18-Jun-13 13:56:03

Simply Be have a good plus-size range:

Woodenpeg Tue 18-Jun-13 10:20:33

3 qtr lenght bottoms... TU, Asda or on line? Good luck

MiconiumHappens Mon 17-Jun-13 18:54:44

Yoga pants?

They are baggy so not like leggings but don't gather in at the bottom like joggers.

OTTMummA Mon 17-Jun-13 18:51:19

So I'm seriously obese and have been refered to the gym by my gp through a pathways scheme.
I had my first consultation on Thursday and my next one is this Thursday where I will need to go through my exercise plan with an instructor.

Problem is that I haven't worn gym type clothes for at least 10yrs!
I have bought some trainers today and trainer socks a few plain cotton tops from Evans but not sure what to wear on my bottom half.
Leggings are a no no as they are pretty much like tights, but I don't want to wear full length jogging bottoms which is all they had in Evans today.
I am size 24/26 on my bottom half and want to be comfortable when exercising.

Any tips, advice welcome.


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