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Get Up, Get out, #Gosportit........comfortable yoga leggings for your #yogafix

     I have to say finding the perfect workout clothing for me seems to be a task more then a pleasure. Certainly it is not because I just don't enjoy shopping THAT much. lol Well obviously losing 10 pounds and a size means it is time to get a new set of workout clothing! Recently I was given a chance to review a pair of Yoga leggings from a company called Go Sport It. First I was very excited because as a woman who is a size 2 and 5'7, it is not really easy to find a good fitting pant. Go Sport It had not only a wide range of sizes, but I also got to select a length!

   When they got here I was really excited to try them on :) it was the day before my birthday so of course it felt like another fun gift haha. My first impression was how soft they were. The material is a thick, high quality material with a bunch of give(no worries I didn't use all that give). Only thing I wish I had done differently is warmed them up a bit! I guess the had been outside in the mail box a while waiting.
   When I got them on I was even more impressed, while the waist was a little higher then I am use to they felt so silky soft, that it was almost like not wearing workout clothing at all! But without the awkward stares at the gym ;) . Now I decided to try out the nifty little pocket built in the front, it is designed to hold anything from your iPod, to your id or money. When I put my iPod inside it did make sense why the waist was a bit higher.

   I can see these being the perfect addition to anyone's workout apparel. I think not only people who enjoy yoga, but runners would really enjoy these. The pocket held my iPod tight and allowed me to continue my activity without the fear of it falling out. I haven't washed them yet, but the stitching seems very secure. I can't wait to get a couple more pairs of these leggings!

**I received these leggings in return for a fair and honest review. All opinions are those of my own and were in no way influenced.*

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