I refuse to wear undies to the gym – working out in leggings is uncomfortable but the designer needs to sort it out
A FITNESS bunny has urged a popular gym gear retailer to sort out the material so she could work out with no knickers.
When it comes to working out, you should wear whatever makes you feel your best – and for one woman, Loren Herrera, from the US, that means going commando.
However, fed up of all the creasing and bulging, the gym enthusiast took to TikTok to urge the popular apparel retailer Lululemon to improve their design.
Tagging the brand, Loren wondered: ”Lululemon, why don’t you make a legging that has a little kind of like a pantyliner action […] for us with vaginas?
”Cause listen, I don’t need to be at the gym on the leg press and have gym bros looking at my lady bits.
”And it’s not comfortable,” she moaned in the now-viral video.
”I want it smooth, cupped, supported. But I don’t want it like super thick, you know.
”A little something there would be great. Think like maybe period underwear but not – something like that.
”If it was a little absorbent, that’d be nice too.”
Loren also added: ”Don’t tell me to wear a thong.”
But unfortunately for Loren, the reaction on social media wasn’t the one she had anticipated.
One TikTok fan laughed, sharing their solution to the problem: ”maybe…underwear.”
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Another agreed, adding: ”No one’s looking at your sh*t.”
However, there were also a few of those who shared the same opinion, such as this woman: ”Arguably your best video to date! Lulu needs to get on board.”
”I haven’t had children and would still appreciate the extra support in those leggings,”a second wrote.
”Like seriously not all of us want are stuff out for the world.”
It seems that more and more women are ditching underwear – and TikTok user Alex May (@alex.may_) is no exception, leaving her bras in the past.
She doesn’t care what the naysayers think about this growing trend.
They are way behind the curve and not keeping abreast of trends, as far as she is concerned.
As Alex demonstrates, chest support is not considered a vital item in the underwear department anymore.
A younger generation is leaving their bras in the lingerie drawer – and they may stay there for a while longer.
Alex is feeling liberated and hit back in her video.
Freckled-nosed and with long, fair hair, she wore a striped shoestring vest top and loose trousers – and no bra in sight.
“When they tell me to stop going braless,” she captioned her video with a cheeky grin.
Her fans love her stance.
“I support that,” said one follower.
While another rounded up with: “Please don’t stop.”