FitStyle: Two Thumb(holes) Up

When the temps start falling below 60 degrees, I start pulling out the long sleeve running tops to carry me through my daily runs. And when it comes to long sleeve running tops, I have one general requirement; they must have thumbholes. This thumbhole obsession (that sounds a bit naughty?!) started a few years back when my dear sweet husband bought me my first Lululemon shirt for my birthday. Little did he know he was creating an overpriced workout gear monster. Not only are thumbholes incredibly convenient to keep your sleeves from “riding up,” they also provide much needed warmth for chilly hands without the need for bulky gloves (Lululemon’s famed “cuffins” are another great alternative). These workout tops from around the Interwebs get two thumb(holes) up from this cold weather runner.

For all my fellow Queen City runners, the Rock & Read 5K is coming up Saturday, November 3rd and I have a free entry to give away to one lucky runner! This fun 5K benefits the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library system and also includes both a 1 mile Fun Run and a Kids’ Dash. Enjoy music at each mile and mimosas at the finish line! Race entry also includes a brightly colored dri-fit tee and all proceeds benefit the book collections for the library system. Plus I will be running (and maybe even my husband!) so you can join us! Just leave a comment below with your favorite way to workout to enter to win. Entries will be accepted until Friday, October 26th at midnight and winner will be chosen Saturday, October 27th.

4 Responses to FitStyle: Two Thumb(holes) Up

  1. Tiff says:

    Great giveaway! Running doesn't always like me, but I like running. :)

  2. Kathy says:

    Early in the morning!

  3. chrissyhf says:

    I love pushups and running! :-)

  4. Steve says:

    I like to do the elliptical in the mornings!

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