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Cover up, compress to invisibility, show it to the whole world. For my own experience, this is the first winter I took running seriously, and therefore invested in some tights. When I first got them I was both intrigued and appalled at my reflection in the mirror. After some pondering, I came to the conclusion that this is a functional garment, not a fashion statement. After a few months of experimentation, I ended up with compression shorts as the base layer, for comfort and function, independent of appearance.
I just like the way it feels better. None of my tights feel right front and back without something underneath to organize how everything aligns. I am not a fan of putting shorts over tights because I think it looks ridiculous, but really, my motto is, whatever works for you is cool. I love wearing my leggings year round. I do wear large sweatshirts or tee shirts for decency!
But, i just the love the comfort of wearing my leggings for comfort and pleasure. Plus, I hate the cutting feelings of blue jeans!
Thank You for you for wise words. You have restored my faith. Thanks Mark — interesting idea. Will have to check that out this winter approaching way too fast! I wear thongs for men to run. I just wish athletic things were made for men. Not wearing anything is too out there for me and also I often stop by at someplace to eat or buy something. And wearing my own undies would reveal the shape. Is it comfortable for you guys? If yes, I might buy a pair or two at a sample sale nearby. I definitely think that going with some athletic compression underwear is the way to go.
I saw some at Target last week for a good price and need to pick some up for this winter. I have wondered the same thing. I wear white compression shorts for running. They are so comfortable. I hate the loo though of wearing shorts over top. To prevent any specific revealing I started wearing thong underwear. Personally, I dress so that I am comfortable running. There are a lot of people who wear a lot less than I do.
Gives thongs a try. They are really rather comfortable. After wearing them to run in, I liked them so much, that I started making them a regular addition to my underwear rotation. In fact, I liked them so much that I only wear bikini briefs and thongs.
I completely got rid of boxers, which are so uncomfortable. Anyway, try thongs under your compression shorts. And no one can really ever tell if you are wearing a thong. Thanks for that Scott! I have been wearing compression shorts under tights this winter and it has been perfect for me. I have never been comfortable with a thong, but definitely think it is worth trying for people … and something I never considered!
Thanks for the suggestion! I can see why a thong would be more similar to briefs or a jock, but without the lines. I wear Papi and N2N thongs, mainly Papi for running. I use the compression shorts under and always have. Great support, but I still have a sizable bulge. Not as much of an issue when running outside I am usually on a trail or subdivision, so I am not running past hoards of people.
The problem lies in the days I do an upper body workout at the gym and then want to go run a few miles afterward outside in the winter. Awkward to say the least. In warmer weather I have lined shorts I use … and when it is colder I wear the heavy running tights that are looser at the waist area. I am out for a run, have everything covered … and that is pretty much it. Thanks … I learn new stuff all the time — no matter how long I run, there is always more to learn! I usually wear compression shorts under because I like the support, not for modesty reasons.
Running, for me is about wearing whatever the runner feels improves their performance and makes them comfortable. I went on a business trip a few weeks ago, forgot to pack shorts, and had to endure the hotel gym in running tights. There were a few people in there and absolutely no one seemed to care one bit. Proof, I think, that this is less of an issue than many people think. I feel like the stigma is quickly fading — I have noticed a shift in what people wear and think these past few years, and I think now it is more a matter of guys feeling comfortable themselves.
I also like the support of compression shorts underneath and now wear them all the time! Thanks for the comment! I would say joggers, but those generally do not make the bulge any less noticeable. This blog reaffirms that thought as I was always curious if anyone really was bothered by it. I think social norms are changing and when working out in the gym recently after a run, it seemed a non issue. Womens to me fit better because of my small stature.
I do not where shorts over them. I think it looks stupid. I do feel a little modest but who cares. True — and a great attitude! I wear compression tights quite often. I do not wear underwear with them. I use to worry about what people thought. That was so lame.
Now I get a lot of compliments from men and women with very few negative looks. I learned to have confidence and not worry about what others think. Confidence is so important, glad you have been able to gain it and stop putting so much power in the hands of others! I wear compression tights without underwear all the time. Day or night, marketing or shopping, running or swimming and at home or in public. Curious if there are actually physical training benefits to running tights for men, compression?
I ran just fine without the metrosexual accoutrement i. This post is a couple of years old now. But anyway, I started wearing leggings a few months ago. Some people consider them tights, but anyway I discovered a few things about them and myself once I started wearing them. One thing is they were very comfortable, so I started wearing them more reguarly. But second, and this might be a little strange coming from a guy, but I think women prefer me in leggings over regular pants.
I think I discovered that I have the kind of legs that look good in leggings. More giddy at times comes to mind. I also tend to see women looking at my legs often these days. That never happened when I was wearning shorts. I also notice that some women will mention something like was I exercising when they first interact with me. I could very well have been exercising in shorts, but that never came up. They prefer just to look or bring it up by asking about exercise.
She used to think my clothes were too baggy and teased me that I looked fat. Mostly in subtle ways, but I think what that student said pretty much summed up what I suspected for awhile now.
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