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Dancers Unite! Workout Leotards Are Back With a Vengeance

Dancers Unite! Leotards Are Back With a Vengeance

leotardsMovies like Dirty Dancing, Fame, and Footloose paved the way for dance-obsessed youth in the '80s. And now with Black Swan, ballet-based Bar Method classes, and butt-busting dance routines with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, we're all falling prey to the dance craze.

Celebrities like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Rihanna have been rocking the leotards for quite some time now — yes, on the stage and off (although I think it's safe to say Lady Gaga is always sporting some sort of leotard-ware). And actresses branch away from my traditional black workout wear, so I can't say I've built up enough courage to wear leotards. And what do you wear with leotards — Lycra shorts like Emmy has on here? Or maybe one of those swimsuit-style onesies?

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Natalie-Love Natalie-Love 5 years
I used to wear them in ballet practice. I'm really tall so I always find they kind-of dug into me where they shouldn't be. And going to the bathroom is a hassle with them. No thank you!
mondaymoos mondaymoos 5 years
I can't imagine wearing tights to put in a serious workout. I'd think it'd be sweaty and icky.
amber512 amber512 5 years
Not for me.
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